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8 June 2011

Stories from 8 June 2011

Trinidad & Tobago: There's an App for that!

Peru: Congress Approves 10 Year Moratorium for Genetically Modified Seeds

Trinidad & Tobago: Taking Action vs. CL Financial

Bermuda: The Issue of Independence

Haiti: Rains Continue

Jamaica: Garvey's Reach

Brazil: Jokes About Rape and the Limit of Humor

Rafinha Bastos, a famous Brazilian stand-up comedian, has raised significant controversy by declaring in a show that women who claim they have been raped are often ugly and should be...

Mexico: Journalists’ Deaths Go Unpunished

El Salvador: The Impact of Dollarization, 10 Years Later

Guatemala: Social Networks and Political Platforms

Russia: Microsoft Representative ‘Would Be Glad’ To Provide FSB with Skype Source Code

Taiwan: Kidnapped Fisherman Killed by U.S. Navy

Macedonia: More Anti-Police Brutality Rallies Planned

Brazil: Firefighters from Rio on Strike for Wages

Azerbaijan: Conditional Freedom

China: Panda Diplomacy

China: How To Investigate A Chinese Company

South Korea: Protests Against High Tuition Intensify

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