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7 December 2011

Stories from 7 December 2011

India: Photo Essay On Kumara Shasthi

Bangladesh: E-Asia 2001 Concluded

Bangladesh: The Mystic Lalon

Pakistan: Veena Malik's Latest Controversy Causes Social Media Uproar

The queen of controversy, Pakistani actress Veena Malik, stirred up a new commotion when male lifestyle magazine FHM India published her nude picture on the cover page. The image has...

Libya: #OccupyTripoli Protests Against Carrying Weapons

Libyans took to the streets of the capital Tripoli today, to demonstrate against carrying weapons. They gathered at the famous Martyr's Square, formerly known as Green Square. Many Twitter users...

Latin America: Social Networks Bring Recognition to Primary Recyclers

Using various social media, primary recyclers of Latin America, also known as pepenadores, cartoneros, buzos (waste pickers) or simply recyclers, have joined together in search of social inclusion and formal...

Sudan: A View From Blue Nile

Tanzania: Tanzania@50: What do we have to show for it?

Russia: Second Day of Post-Election Protests

RuNet Echo

The intrigue of the second day of post-election protests has centered around several major events: court appearances by bloggers Ilya Yashin and Alexey Navalny, a protest demonstration at Triumfalnaya Square,...

Tanzania: Blog It: Tanzania at 50

Mozambique: Reasons for Silence of Private TV Channel on Election Day

Syria: Getting Rid of Assad is the Easy Part

Guyana: Police Versus Protesters

A new president has taken his place at the helm of Guyanese government following the country's recent general elections, but while the incumbent party got re-elected, it also lost its...

Japan: 311 in a Visual Anthropology Class

Cuba: Housing Backlog

Cuba: Reggaeton Hit ‘Chupi Chupi’ Denounced by Authorities

Over the past two weeks, reggaeton artist Osmani “La Voz” García’s popular hit 'Chupi Chupi' has begun stirring more than just the hips of partygoers on Havana’s Malecón. Cuban Minister...

Trinidad & Tobago: Making Sorrel

Cuba: Members of “Group of 75″ Re-arrested

Bermuda: The UK's Vision

Bolivia: Santa Cruz's Recurring Road Blocks

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