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June, 2012

Stories from June, 2012

Benin: Introducing the African School of Economics

Trinidad & Tobago: The Architect of our Public Spaces

Trinidad & Tobago: For all the Daughters

Jamaica: Guts & Glory in Olympic Trials

Cuba: Clicking Towards the Future

Havana's recently concluded Festival Clic, which was designed to discuss Internet and Society in Cuba, has got several bloggers talking about technology and the role it can play in the...

Mouth-watering Recipes and Pictures from Turkmen Cuisine

Colombia: When the Dead Belong to the Upper-Class

Tajikistan: Is There ‘National Unity’ in the Country?

Tajikistan: The Role of Intellectuals in Running a Country

Moldova, Transnistria, Gagauzia: “Get to Know Your Neighbor”

Russia: A Mobile Service to Connect Passengers & Drivers

The mobile navigation service Yeehay! saves time and money finding and ordering taxis, and it benefits the ecologies of smog-polluted Russian cities by bringing together passengers and drivers who otherwise...

Nigeria: Senate President Challenged to name Boko Haram Sponsors

Ecuador: #LoxaEsMas, Ideas that Generate Change

#LoxaEsMas ("Loja is more") is an initiative that intends to create new ways to report problems in Loja, Ecuador, by using technology as the main tool. This initiative also strives...

Armenia: Intolerant Society

China:Famous School Teacher Harassed Boys

China: Support for ObamaCare

Pakistan: Who Killed Pashto Singer Ghazala Javed?

Ghazala Jawad, a charismatic Pashto singer was gunned down in the city of Peshwar. Mystery shrouds the identity of her real killers. Was this an honor killing by her ex-husband,...

Egypt: Assault on Women in Tahrir Square

Journalist Natasha Smith narrates her ordeal of suffering mass sexual assault while heading to Tahrir Square to join the celebrations in a post titled “Please God. Please make it stop,”...

Mexico: Presidential Candidates Wind Up Their Election Campaigns

A collection of some of the thoughts and observations of Mexican citizens on Twitter and the blogosphere, regarding the end of the presidential campaign period and the approaching election day,...

Mali: Timeline and Video of the War between MLNA and Ansar Dine in Gao

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