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22 July 2011

Stories from 22 July 2011

South Korea: Women-Only Subway Car Meets Strong Opposition

As the subway sexual harassment is on the rise, especially during rush hours and late nights, Seoul city government has decided to launch women-only subway compartment to cut down the...

Sri Lanka: Anti-Government Websites Will Be Blocked

Sri Lanka: Double Standards

India: Being A Muslim In Mumbai After The Terrorist Attacks

Bangladesh: Popular Theatre For Social Change

India: Resolving The Mumbai Potholes Problem

Haiti: Wikileaks & Fr. Jean-Juste

Cuba: “The Lion of the East” Passes On

Barbados: Still Waiting on Integrity Legislation

Bermuda: Nickels & Defecit

Jamaica: Suspect Charged in BMW Murder

Malawi: Malawi On The Brink

Africa: Start-Up Cafe Africa launched

Malawi: Majority Not Happy To Be Called Satans

Zambia: Football Icon's Facebook Account Faked

Kalusha Bwalya is probably one of the most recognised Zambian faces because of his outstanding achievements in football. However, when it comes to Facebook, it is difficult to tell whether...

Georgia: Diversity in motion

Russia: “Double-Entry Bookkeeping” in Moscow State University

Ecuador: President Correa Wins Libel Case

Guatemala: Femicides During and After the War

El Salvador: Educating About ‘Machismo’

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