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17 June 2011

Stories from 17 June 2011

Guyana: Blogging Etiquette

U.S.V.I.: Literary Reflections

Bahamas: On Fixing the Education System

Trinidad and Tobago: Cruz de Mayo

Cuba: To Reach Havana

Macedonia: Gathering Prohibited in a Public Space?

Venezuela's Prison Crisis

Angola: President's Daughter with a Handful of Business

Azerbaijan: Jailed activist's mother detained

Moldova: +1 Vote Campaign Buzz Ahead of Local Elections

Moldova’s capital Chisinau is set to witness another democratic exercise on June 19, when the final round of the local election will decide whether the city will have a liberal...

Cuba: Twitter Users Will Meet for the First Time

The first meeting of Cuban Twitter users was announced by @leunamrguez (Leunam Rodríguez), for July 1st starting at 4pm on central 23rd street and 12 La Habana. The event has...

Ethiopia: Photographer Wins Award

Kenya: This Week in Kenyan Politics

Ecuador: Project Aims to Bring More Green to Guayaquil

Macedonia: Protest Achievements So Far

As more people act upon the awareness that the increasing visibility abroad or among foreigners within Macedonia is an important aspect of the ongoing protests, translations and original tweets/blog posts...

Colombia: Dissatisfaction With TEDx Event in Medellín

China: Mixed Reactions to Communist Party Movie Epic

Beginning of the Great Revival, the epic cinematic tribute to the 90th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), was released in mainland China cinema on June 15, 2011. However,...

Zimbabwe: A Golf Day For Members of Parliament

Africa: First Swahili iPad/iPhone App Released

Pakistan: An Outsider's View