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19 May 2014

Stories from 19 May 2014

What if We Don't Destroy Pirated Books?

39 Ideas to Do on the Internet

Ethiopia: #FreeZone9Bloggers Trending on Tumblr

Not Everything is Cyberbullying in Juvenile Violence

Costs and Benefits of Brazil's World Cup

The Courageous Career of Slain French Photojournalist Camille Lepage

Camille Lepage was killed while covering the conflict in the Central African Republic. As a journalist, she was determined to cover stories in Africa often ignored by western media.

What File Sharing Communities Can Teach Us

Migrants in Times of Crisis

Tens of Thousands Stranded, Serbians Take Flood Relief Into Their Own Hands

As Serbia and Bosnia live through the worst floods the region has seen in 120 years, relief and aid efforts are mostly being led by civilians and civic movements.

Music Collective Beirut Open Stage Launches Online Platform

Climate Warriors of the Island Nation of Kiribati

During my time as a climate activist, Kiribati has always been used as an example of a low-lying Pacific Island country grappling with the effects of climate change.

Stealthily but Publicly, Iranian Women Remove Their Veils Online

Forced for decades to wear headscarves or face arrest, thousands of Iranian women are now sharing photos of themselves unveiled as an act of protest.

Tunisian Activists Call for Revision of Harsh Anti-Marijuana Penalties

Tunisian activists are campaigning for the revision of the country's strict anti-marijuana laws.

Pakistan's Sindh Province Still Wants to Censor WhatsApp, Viber and Skype

Murdered Mayor Case Stir Controversy on Ecuadorian Twitter

A Star Sister of the Sun

18 Advantages of Using WordPress

News Coverage with Drones in El Salvador

Mountain Echoes, a Literary Festival in Bhutan's Mountains

China's Diehard Lawyers

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