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28 September 2011

Stories from 28 September 2011

Puerto Rico: Online Forum for Good Dads

U.S. Virgin Islands: Shaken Up

Cuba: 14 on Trial for Girl's Death

Trinidad & Tobago: Black Power Documentary

Cuba: Female Prisoner on Hunger Strike

Barbados: Fire Service Hot on Social Media

Kuwait: After Three Months in Prison, Court Releases Twitter User

Kuwaiti Twitter user Nasser Abul has been released from prison after serving three months for insulting the Bahraini and Saudi regimes. Netizens react after his release.

Zambia: Netizens Start Countdown to 90 Day Change Promise

Zambia’s new President, Michael Sata, has promised to transform the nation in 90 days including putting more money into people’s pockets. Expectant netizens have started the countdown; a group called...

New Caledonia: From Paris to Nouméa in a Microlight Plane

Bolivia: Videos of Vigil in Support of TIPNIS Marchers

El Salvador: Youth Participation in Elections

Mali: Senegal and Mali Final Expected in Afrobasket Women 2011

Philippines: Creative Protests During Campus Strikes

Last week's nationwide campus strikes in the Philippines against education budget cuts saw the lively and creative integration of online tools to mobilize thousands to fight for the right to...

China: Shanghai Metro Crash Injures More Than 200

East Timor: Tasi Mane Petroleum Infrastructure Project

A local Non-Government Organization, La'o Hamutuk, has set-up a special website page to gather information, monitor project updates, and document the resistance of a community to East Timor’s Tasi Mane...

China: Xinjiang’s Most Popular Song

Recreating China Map into Maga

China: A rejected entry permit to Hong Kong

China: Why do rumors explode in China?

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