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10 August 2011

Stories from 10 August 2011

Ethiopia: Let's Code for Ethiopia

Nigeria: Did Halima Abubakar Deserve Award for Best Actress?

Sudan/South Sudan: Can the Issue of Ngok Dinka Citizenship be Resolved?

Sudan: Coup Against Public Liberties

Liberia: Visiting a Country of Many Firsts in Africa

Haiti: Jobs Needed for Progress

Cuba: Nyad's Failed Attempt

Russia: New Decrees Push for More Government Openness Online

Trinidad & Tobago: A Patriot Passes On

Cuba: Bloggers Comment on Attacks vs. Activists

Trinidad & Tobago: Apple App Access

Colombia: Head Coach of National Football Team Resigns Over Scandal

MENA: Can a Hashtag Spread Hatred?

Over the past few days, more than 250,000 Israelis have protested in the streets of Tel Aviv and other cities over the rising costs of housing and food. Tarek Amr...

Israel: Protests for Social Justice Sweep the Country

What started as a local protest against the skyrocketing housing market in Tel-Aviv has escalated into the largest public uprising that the state of Israel has ever witnessed. The movement...

Lebanon: Royal Air Force Uses Beirut Scene to Recruit

Egypt: The Unspoken Languages of the Streets

We as humans have a unique ability to communicate via spoken languages. However in a crowded and loud city like Cairo, we sometimes need more than spoken languages to communicate....

China: Discount train ticket for the disabled

China: Rural migrant workers self-bury protest

Chile: Demonstrators Thwart Hooded Violent Protestors

Chilean students protesting for educational reforms have been rallying since April and in the process have been forcefully controlled with water cannons and tear gas. A recent video has shown...

South Korea: Severe Rains and Storms, Evidence of Climate Change?

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