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3 April 2011

Stories from 3 April 2011

Morocco: Tweet Your Way To Change

The Arab spring has brought about enthusiasm for change. As the walls of fear start crumbling, people feel empowered and start taking matters into their own hands. In Morocco, one...

Pakistan: A Step Towards Decency, If Not Peace

Pakistan: Suicide Bombing By A Teenager

Russia: Another Bolshoi scandal

Azerbaijan: Chaos as Riot Police Intervene in 2 April Protest

Inspired by popular uprising in the Middle East and North Africa as well as continuing the wave of pro-democracy protests in Baku, the last being held on 12 March, the...

Côte d'Ivoire: State Television RTI Possibly Broadcasting from a Mobile Truck

Syria: Two Returned Home Safely, Khaled El Ghayesh Still Missing

Last week, Egyptian-American Muhammad Radwan (known as @battutta on Twitter) was arrested in Syria and accused of spying, as well as of receiving requests from abroad for photos and videos...

Puerto Rico: Controversial Decision on Domestic Violence

Puerto Rico's Supreme Court upheld a decision from a lower court that stated that a victim of domestic violence at the hands of her partner in an adulterous relationship was...

Nigeria: Parliamentary election postponed for a week

Nigeria: Tweeps to follow during Nigeria Elections 2011

It is election time in Nigeria. Parliamentary elections have been postponed until Monday because of organizational problems. Presidential election will be held on 9 April 2011. This is our list...

Iran: Oxford investigates Rafsanjani's case

Interview with Milton Ramírez, Global Voices Contributor

Milton Ramírez is one of the first Latin American collaborators for Global Voices and Global Voices en español. In this little chat, he tells us about his diverse activities, in...

Yale to set up campus in Singapore

Yale University, in cooperation with the National University of Singapore, will set-up the Yale-NUS College which will be Singapore's first liberal arts college. Bloggers debate whether the project will succeed...

Indian Cricket: A Journey Towards Excellence

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