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3 January 2011

Stories from 3 January 2011

Cuba: Las Charangas de Bejucal

Jamaica: broken dreams

Latin America: Homicide Rates Show Several Countries “More Dangerous than Mexico”

Sri Lanka: Homegrown Reconciliation Process

Tunisia: Anonymous vs Ammar – Who Wins the Battle of Censorship?

The Tunisian censor, commonly known as Ammar, continues to wreak havoc on activists' account, in a country that has been witnessing a wave of protests since the middle of December....

India: Differences Between An Indian MBA And A Foreign MBA Education

Russia: Ushahidi Project Adresses Problems of Russian Winter

Ghana: Ghana 2010 – My Top 10 Memories

Puerto Rico: Students Use Social Media

South Africa: Starting 2011 without illegal Africans

Kenya: Farewell Kenya's “Wikileaks”

Sudan: Countdown to Southern Sudan Referendum

Southern Sudan will hold a referendum on whether or not it should remain as a part of Sudan on 9 January 2011. It is most likely that Africa's largest country...

Puerto Rico: Stolen Art

Colombia: Videobloggers Recorded 1 Video Per Day in 2010

Several Colombian videobloggers took on the challenge of making one video per day during 2010. While not all finished, it is important to recognize the effort made by those who...

Football revival in Indonesia

Despite losing to Malaysia in the finals of the ASEAN Football Federation Cup, Indonesia's football team still has a reason to celebrate. Because of their victories in the competition, nationalism...

Paraguay: The Start of The Bicentennial Celebration

China: Microblogs and Smoldering Change

Hong Kong: Chinese patriot Szeto Wah passes away

China: Rejected disabled passenger demanded compensation

Southeast Asia: Review of 2010

Here are the top stories in the Southeast Asia region in 2010 as reported by the Southeast Asia team of Global Voices.