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1 July 2011

Stories from 1 July 2011

Chile: Massive Protest for Educational Reform

El Salvador: Growing Evidence of ‘Los Zetas’ Infiltrating the Country

Mexico: Reconstruction in Monterrey a Year After Hurricane Alex

#Opandeslibre or When Anonymous Attacked Peru

Last week the people of Anonymous, through their Anonymous Iberoamerica arm, announced their intention to attack Chilean and Peruvian government websites on June 23, allegedly because of the violation of...

Puerto Rico: Blind Justice

Cuba: Chavez’ Illness

Bermuda: Government's Governance

Colombia: Journalist Félix de Bedout Leaves ‘W Radio Colombia’

The departure of journalist Félix de Bedout Molina from W Radio Colombia to work as a news anchor for Univisión in the United States has sparked all kinds of comments...

Global Voices Podcast 1: Who do we believe online?

Say hello to our new podcast! Episode 1: We discuss the Gay Girl in Damascus hoax; listen to sounds from Guinea Bissau; and talk to Firuzeh Shokooh Valle about her...

Morocco: A New Constitution Without Much Reform

Moroccans went to the polls today to vote on reforms on a new constitution offered by King Mohammed VI. Although praised by many analysts and royalists, the reforms on the...

Macedonia: Omertà Exceptions

Armenia: Yerevan Shoe Project

Armenia: Rabiz and Public Diplomacy

Malaysia: Planned Rally Calling for Fair Elections Banned

The monumental 2007 Bersih rally in Malaysia is going to have a sequel. A Bersih 2.0 democracy walk on July 9 has been organized where supporters of the cause for...