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28 July 2011

Stories from 28 July 2011

Poland: The State of Reading

A few weeks ago, a new social campaign - Reading in Poland - was launched by one of Poland's largest daily newspapers due to the fact that reading rates in...

Equatorial Guinea: Blogging Political Cartoons

Puerto Rico: Blogger's Research on Femicides

Dominican Republic: Bohemian Nights

Puerto Rico: Science and Ethics

Puerto Rico: PR Indie's LAMC Coverage

Puerto Rico: Violence Against Children

Puerto Rico: Bicycle Hang Out

Peru: Reactions to Ollanta Humala's Swearing-In Ceremony

Africa: How Social Conservatives in Africa Use Anti-Globalization Struggle

Zambia: Blogger Thinks Late President Fixed Election Date

Zambia’s President Rupiah Banda on July 28 2011 finally announced September 20 as the election date. There has been debate in the country to have a fixed election date instead...

Africa: First African Demo of Sixth Sense Technology

Haiti: Martelly's Promises

Puerto Rico: Libraries and Reading

Cuba: Call for Justice in Death of Teen

Trinidad & Tobago: National Strike on the Horizon?

Cuba: Differences of Opinion are Healthy

Malawi: A Chronological Account of Protests in Malawi From Afar

Africa: Membership Opens For mLab SA

Bulgaria-Russia: Refinery Shutdown Causes Oil Crisis

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