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10 June 2011

Stories from 10 June 2011

Bangladesh: Visible Positive Energy

Kuwait: Shia Twitter User Arrested

Kuwaiti Nasser Abul, a young Shia man, has been arrested, allegedly for his posting on micro-blogging site Twitter. This is the first time a Twitter user is held for tweets...

Nepal: Religious Intolerance?

Haiti: Reconstruction Issues

Cuba: Finding Strength For Fariñas

Trinidad & Tobago: iPhone Coming

Jamaica: Rain Review

Cuba: Tamayo's Arrival

Bermuda: Anti-Corruption Laws

Bahamas: The Foreign Vote

Venezuela: Debates on Laws and Identities

May, the month of "Afro-Venezuelan" culture, ended this year with a new law against racial discrimination and a proposal to create a ministry for African descent. The news shot up...

Nicaragua: Citizens of Bluefields March for ‘Dignity and Hope’

Venezuela: How Much Do You Know About Caracas?

Mexico: Tweeting to Save Lives

China: The Machinery of Stability Preservation

Iran: Ministry of Intelligence, Spy and Social networking

Sri Lanka: Protests In Katunayake Free Trade Zone

Earlier this month clashes at the Katunayake Free Trade Zone (FTZ) in Sri Lanka between protesting workers and police claimed the life of an young worker and injured many workers...

Macedonia: Shameless Refusal to Accept Responsibility

North Korea Threatens to Disclose Recordings of Talks with South

In an apparent act of blackmail, North Korea threatened South Korea on Thursday that they would release secret audio recordings from Inter-Korean talks reportedly held on May 9, 2011. The...

Russia: Yuri Budanov Shot to Death in Moscow