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12 November 2011

Stories from 12 November 2011

Poland: Bloggers reactions to Tomasz Lis’ announcement of “Polish Huffington Post”

Poland: Bloggers React to the Death of Popular TV Show Character

India: Aishwarya Rai's Baby and Media Madness

The latest hype in Indian media is the pregnant Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her impending child birth. Twitter users discuss all the rumors, news, controversies and opinions on...

Syria: Virtual Sit-In Garners Global Support

As the uprising in Syria enters its eighth month, activists are getting creative to ensure global attention toward the situation does not cease. An initiative by the Sham News Network...

Italy: Huge celebrations for Berlusconi's resignation

Syria: Arab League Suspends Syria's Membership

The Arab League slapped Syria on the wrist today for killing more than 3,000 of its citizens by suspending its membership from the pan-Arab group, starting on Wednesday. Netizens react...

Bahrain: Are Police Cars Running Over Protesters on Purpose?

Bahrain has long maintained that it was dealing with unrest according to international law. Netizens have, however, been working around the clock to document human rights abuses committed by the...

Italy/Tunisia: Migrants’ Opinions of the Arab Spring

A documentary film, #Revolution, featuring the voices of some African immigrants living in Italy will be part of "Immaginafrica", a festival dedicated to African film-making organised by the University of...

Egypt: Feminist Publishes Nude Photograph to “Express her Freedom”

An Egyptian feminist posted her nude photograph on the internet to express her freedom. Netizens react to the move in this post by Tarek Amr.

Iran: Blast at military base

India: The Perils Of Opulence In The Course Of Development

Nepal: Why Kathmandu's Tribhuvan Airport Is Hated

East Timor: Cries for justice 20 years after massacre

Sri Lanka: Preserving The Covered Bridge in Badulla

Tunisia: Police Violently Disperse Anti-Capitalism Protesters

On November 11, anti-capitalism protesters took to the streets of Tunisia, as part of a global movement called ''Occupy the World on 11.11.11.'' Police used baton, and tear gas to...

Photos of Thailand Flooding

Trinidad & Tobago: Parental Disconnect?

Southeast Asian Games 2011

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