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13 March 2012

Stories from 13 March 2012

Tunisia: The New Phase of Social Media

The use of social media has grown popular during the days of the Tunisian revolution in early January 2011. Today, netizens and politicians maintain a presence online to reach target...

Bhutan: The Indian Currency Crunch

Syria: Campaign to Stop One Year of Bloodshed

To mark the first anniversary of the violence accompanying the Syrian revolution, which started on March 15, 2011, a campaign is being launched to mount a global call on world...

Iran: ‘May God bring bread to empty tables’

Iran: The sanctions are resulting in inflation

Iran: Wednesday Feast with crackers and fireworks

Iran: The 4th enemy of Internet

Singapore: “Blackest Month for Bloggers”

Cuba: Preparing for the Pope

Cuba: Dual Citizenship

South Korea: Guidelines for Stopping Jeju Naval Base Constructions

Barbados: Media Ownership

Singapore: Keeping Internet Safe

Unemployment Woes of Young Singaporeans

Korea: Criticisms Mount against China for Repatriating North Korean Defectors

Singapore's Last Fishing Village

Trinidad & Tobago: Bagoo Raid Raises Question of Press Freedom

Just over a month ago, the offices of Newsday, one of Trinidad and Tobago's daily newspapers, were raided by the police. They were looking for information and sources related to...

Intercontinental Cry Will Launch Spanish Edition

Brazil: Citizens Say No to Aquarium in Fortaleza

France: Why Celebrated Film ‘The Artist’ Isn't Such a Hit at Home

In February 2012, French and world cinema history was made after five Oscars were awarded to the film 'The Artist' and its leading actor Jean Dujardin. But despite winning Oscars,...

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