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22 November 2011

Stories from 22 November 2011

Singapore: Proposed Youth Parliament

Bulgaria: New Protest Against Shale Gas Planned

Trinidad & Tobago: Flood Damage

Cuba: Censoring “El Chupi”

Maldives: Reactions To Defacing Of Monuments

Puerto Rico: Who's Running the Medical School?

Kenya: Life in Dadaab, the World's Largest Refugee Camp

Around 75 percent of all refugees are believed to reside in countries neighboring their own, and this is particularly true in Kenya, where approximately 450,000 people inhabit the world's largest...

Sri Lanka: Mayhem In Parliament

Trinidad & Tobago: The Colman Commission

Barbados: Applauding Anya

Nepal: The Attitude Problem Of The Police

Russia: Digital Oppression Hits Web Forums as Election Approaches

As the Russian parliamentary election comes closer, dispersed attacks on regional discussion boards have turned into a massive wave of digital oppression. Alexey Sidorenko reports on several cases.

Nigeria: Celebrating Nigerian Fashion in Abuja

Ghana: Visual Artist Meets Nicest People on Earth

Global: 1 of 7 Billion Short Film Competition

Mexico: Looking Beyond the Violent Portrait of Ciudad Juárez

Guatemala's Alarming Femicide Statistics

Colombia: Bogota's Ignored Street Art

Yemen: Will Saleh Sign the GCC Deal that the Youth Oppose?

Yemenis have patiently waited ten months too many for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down. Now he says he will sign a GCC brokered deal which transfers power to...

Comparing China and Other Countries

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