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1 September 2011

Stories from 1 September 2011

Bangladesh: Overcrowded Trains

India: Tablet PCs For The Members Of Parliament

India: The State Of The Iron And Steel Industry

Jamaica: Block on Ad for Acceptance of Gay Family Members

Jamaican broadcasters are refusing to publish a public service ad produced by The Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-sexuals and Gays (J-FLAG) encouraging Jamaicans to accept homosexual family members. In this...

Ethiopia: Tsegay’s Historical Plays Published

Global Voices Podcast 3: Ripple Effects of the Arab Uprisings

In this edition of the Global Voices Podcast you can hear about the ripple effect of the Arab uprisings, find out what it is to be a digital mentor, and...

Ethiopia: The Internet Service Provider Which Does Not Use Internet

Kenya: The Terrible Truth About Kenyan Drivers

Mexico: Fighting Drug Trafficking With ‘Magic Wands’

Nicaragua: Blog Carnival to Focus on Migration

Mexico: ‘Twitter Terrorists’ Face up to 30 Years in Jail

Chile: Mapuche Youth in Ercilla Reach Agreement with Regional Government

Trinidad & Tobago: Debate on SoE Tomorrow

Mozambique: Remembering the Bread Riots With Video

Bahamas: Bethel on Theatre

Dominica: Decriminalising Marijuana

Trinidad & Tobago: Alice Yard Turns 5

Cuba: Distorted Voices

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Ramazan and Bajram in Sarajevo

Nepal: Will The New Prime Minister Be Any Different?

Nepal has had three prime ministers in last four years and the promised new Constitution is nowhere near completion. Senior Maoist leader Dr. Baburam Bhattarai was sworn in as Nepal's...

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