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2 February 2011

Stories from 2 February 2011

Honduras: Community Radio in Danger

Ecuador: Chevron Files Lawsuit Against Ecuadorian Plaintiffs

Poland: Reactions to Evacuation of Polish Tourists From Cairo

Sylwia Presley shares tips on what to do if one ends up getting stuck at the Cairo Airport due to political situation in Egypt, and reports on Polish netizens' reactions...

Russia: Blogger Navalny Starts Anticorruption Fundraising

Russia: Perm Blogger On Using LiveJournal as a Political Resource

Russia: Opposition Politician's Facebook Account Suspended

Sri Lanka: State Media to Censor News From Egypt

Pakistan: Another Blasphemy Case

South Asia: Impact Of The Egypt Protests

The news of the recent protests in Egypt is being discussed in the South Asian blogosphere in different perspectives. Many bloggers are watching the developments closely and are updating their...

Egypt: Clashes in Tahrir Square in the Words of Bloggers

Clashes took place in Tahrir Square today between those who are with Mubarak and those who are against him. But the question is, who is really behind all this chaos?

Egypt: The Battle of the Thugs Continues

Protesters continued to battle with waves of government-paid thugs, who entered their ranks, first as pro-Mubarak demonstrators, and waged started a full-fledged attack, with knives, tear gas and Molotov cocktails,...

Haiti: Elections’ Second Round

Bahamas: RIP Marcquel Bethel

Sri Lanka: Boycotting Galle Literary Festival

Bermuda, Guyana: Action of the People

Cuba: Parallels with Egypt

Cuba: Transportation in Reverse

Nepal: Networking Citizen Journalists

Latin America: Drawing Parallels with Egypt

As protests in Egypt continue, Latin American bloggers are drawing historical parallels with similar uprisings in the region and some are wondering: “Could it happen here now?”

Bhutan By Bhutanese

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