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8 July 2011

Stories from 8 July 2011

Russia: Tribute to Dmitry Prigov

Ukraine: Pension Reform; Multiple Voting by MPs

Honduras: Truth Commission Concludes Overthrow of Zelaya was a Coup

El Salvador: Police Raid Organization for At-Risk Youth

Kenya: e-Goverment Movement

Ghana: On the Proliferation of Grassroots Pressure Groups

South Africa: Introducing Rapper Prinston

South Sudan: A New Journey Begins

Russia: Parnas; Prokhorov; Tandem

Russia: “Nashi” Spokeswoman's Homophobic Text

Russia: Review of Anna Melikian's “Rusalka”

Ukraine: Changes to Disability Laws

Trinidad & Tobago: New Media; New Politics

Caribbean: Indigenous News

Trinidad & Tobago: The Need for Culture in Education

Portugal: Getting Funded by the Crowd

Brazil: #ForaMicarla as Protest Against Corruption in Natal

Egypt: Why July 8?

Egyptians are back in full force in Tahrir Square, the epicenter of their revolution, once again today. But why are they still demonstrating now that their revolution is over, Mubarak...

Cuba: Political Opposition

Guyana: A Future for Film

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