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20 April 2012

Stories from 20 April 2012

India: Imagining The iWife

Sri Lanka: Monks Calling For Demolition Of A Mosque

Uruguayan Journalism in the Age of Twitter

Kenya: Creating Alternative Initiation Rites to Womanhood without Cutting Girls

Video: Better Aid and Development Discussions Through Islam Crash Course

An ongoing discussion over at the Uncultured Project has been the relationship between the lack of knowledge on what Islam is about and how aid and development organizations relate to...

Tunisia: Neglect of Those Wounded in the Revolution

Tunisians have been expressing their dissatisfaction and anger regarding the government's poor treatment of those wounded during the Tunisian revolution. Some of them have bullets still to be extracted from...

El Salvador: Is Drop in Homicides a Result of a Deal with Gangs?

China and Hong Kong: 2010-2020 Shenzhen Comprehensive Plan

Discussion on the Draft of China's Film Industry Promotion Law

Singapore: Train Breakdowns Becoming Part of Life

Once a symbol of pride and development, Singapore's Mass Rapid Transit trains now come with a warning: ride at your own risk. Four breakdowns and assorted delays over the past...

Bolivia: Questions Over Murder of Indigenous Female Council Member

The murder of Juana Quispe, an indigenous woman and Municipal Council Member, has boosted the demand for the Plurinational Assembly (Bolivia's Parliament) to pass the Law "Against Political Violence and...

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