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3 November 2011

Stories from 3 November 2011

Colombia: Lleras Law Sinks in Congress

Philippines: Calls for Peace in Mindanao

Renewed fighting between government troops and secessionist Moro rebels in the southern Philippine regions of Mindanao has led to more calls for peace from various quarters. The escalation of war...

Russia:, Popular Semi-Independent Portal Launches English Version

Trinidad & Tobago: Anya Win!

Cuba: Dengue Outbreak?

Trinidad & Tobago: Towards Civic Journalism

Puerto Rico: Media Coverage of Women's Basketball Gold Medal

Bloggers celebrate Puerto Rico's Women's Basketball Team gold medal in the Pan American Games and declare this an opportunity to rethink Puerto Rican attitudes toward women athletes.

Cuba: Dissident Detentions

Puerto Rico: Money Bags

Cuba: Church & State

France: Satirical Magazine's Office Burnt Down After Mocking Sharia

During the night of November 2, the Paris head office of satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo was attacked and burnt down. This happened on the same day an issue of...

Kyrgyzstan: First-ever peaceful president transition

Turkmenistan: Hack heaven

Kyrgyzstan: President-elect vows to close U.S. military base by 2014

South Korea: Anti-FTA Protesters Hit with Water Cannons

South Korea: One out of Eight Pro-NK Sites Operated by Kids

North Korea : Infographic on North Korea's Military Obsession

Nicaragua to Host 2012 Debian Conference

Peru: Speaking out Against Media Sensationalism

Kazakhstan: Blasts Spark New Fears Over the Rise of Extremism

Early in the morning of October 31, two blasts occurred in the downtown district of Atyrau, the major city in Western Kazakhstan and the unofficial "oil capital" of the Central...

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