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10 July 2011

Stories from 10 July 2011

Ukraine: “Mouth-Watering” Market Photos

Ukraine: Hutsul Photo Archive Online

Poland: Smoking and the Effects of Smoking Ban

U.K.: Polish Poetry on the Tube

Hungary: A Review of News Coverage

Dominican Republic: Gender Equality?

Dominican Republic: On Sacredness

Argentine Songwriter Facundo Cabral Murdered in Guatemala

On Saturday July 9 the renowned songwriter Facundo Cabral, whose career was characterised by songs that acted as a vehicle for his messages, was murdered in Guatemala. Moved by his...

Macedonia: First All-Women Hacker Night

Brazil: Report Reveals Unsustainable Practices of Biofuel Industry

Though biofuel has been acclaimed as the best exit for the world’s struggle for energy resource and a 'green' alternative which can reduce carbon emission, a recent study by the...

India: Private And Public Cloud

South Sudan: Free At Last!

Africa has a new nation: the Republic of South Sudan. South Sudan held a referendum on January 9, 2011, on whether or not it should remain a part of Sudan....

Ukraine, Belarus: Monuments to Holocaust Victims

Maldives: Workshops On Citizen Journalism

Japan: A Fukushima Poet Tweets His Verses

Since the March 11 Japan earthquake and tsunami disaster, Ryoichi Wago, a poet from Fukushima city, has been experimenting with a new form of poetry. He expresses his feelings about...