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14 September 2011

Stories from 14 September 2011

Trinidad & Tobago: A Sleeping Giant?

Cuba: Released/Re-arrested

Bahamas: Convicted Child Molester May Walk

Guyana: Hidden Waterfall

Trinidad & Tobago: Looking Forward to Film Festival

Puerto Rico: Tuning In to a New Voice For Political Satire

En Serio is a new political satire program broadcast on TV and through the web. It’s inspired mainly by successful American political satire shows, and the team of hosts and...

Mexico: Protest Calls Attention to Slain Journalists [Video]

Honduras: Recent Cables Released by WikiLeaks

Paraguay: Indigenous Peoples Fighting to Save Their Ancestral Home

Palestine: Twitter Debate on the Statehood

Tunisia: Bloggers for Parliament

Colombia: “New York Hurts More”

Mexico: Mexico City Mayor and His Online Interaction with Citizens

Marcelo Luis Ebrard Casaubon is the mayor of the Federal District (Mexico City), headquarters of the union powers and capital city of the United Mexican States. He is becoming known...

Brazil: Floods Hit Santa Catarina State Again

Intense rains over the state of Santa Catarina in Brazil’s South Region have once again caused floods in several cities. Since September 8, floods, flash floods and landslides have hit...

Bhutan: Copyright And The Right To Translate

Russia: Prosecutor General Calls For Control Over Social Networks

Iran: Protest Art to Save Lake Urmia

Protesters took to the streets again on Monday in Ardabil, in Iran's Azarbaijan's region, to demand that the Iranian government save Lake Urmia, one of the world's largest salt water...

India: Open Letter to The British Parliament On Kashmir

China: WikiLeaks Misreading Leads to Online ‘Spy’ Hunt

The release of unredacted United States (US) diplomatic cables since late August 2011 by WikiLeaks, has resulted in an online witch hunt in China. The word "informant" in the documents...

China: Chinese blaze new paths in Africa

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