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21 October 2011

Stories from 21 October 2011

Slovenia: OccupyLjubljana Evolves Into “Boj Za” (“Fight For”)

Czech Republic: Reactions to Qaddafi's Death; Trade Relations With Libya

Bangladesh: Protest Against A New Law For Homeless People

Nepal: Prime Ministers India Visit Draws Attention

South Asia: Reactions on the New Beginning of Libya

After the death of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, people from all over the world are expressing their views on his reign, the way he died and the new beginning it...

Bahamas: Same Old Politics

Trinidad & Tobago: Tweeting for Anya

Cuba: One Week After Pollan's Death

Hong Kong: Why Occupy Central?

A group of activists in Hong Kong have occupied the ground floor of the iconic HSBC building in Central District for almost one week. Their occupation has provided a reflective...

Jamaica: I Think, Therefore I Am

Bolivia: President Says Road Will Not Go Through TIPNIS

Colombia: Businessman Julio Mario Santo Domingo Dies

On October 7, Colombian businessman Julio Mario Santo Domingo Pumarejo, considered one of the richest men in the world by Forbes, died in New York at the age of 87....

Mozambique: Rare photo of President dancing

Colombia: Indigenous Peoples Speak Out Against Hotel Project in Sacred Territory

Brazil: Belo Monte Dam Case Comes to Court

The Brazilian justice system has provided new fuel to the protesting voices against the Belo Monte hydroelectric power plant, after its construction begun in June 2011. A lawsuit filed in...

Sri Lanka: Education Policy Requires Change

Pakistan: Twitter Stories

Oman: Statute of State Amended Following Shura Council Elections

A Royal Decree by the Sultan of Oman has announced amendments giving the Shura (Consultative) and State councils a say in the way the country is run. The laws give...

China: Independent documentary and film

China: Disease of indifference

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