Stories from 10 February 2016
Macedonia's Former Prime Minister Threatens Revenge in Troubling Speech
"There are no hidden messages in Gruevski’s speech. He presented all of his views in the manner of a fierce populist, who will not hesitate in his quest for power"
Ukrainian Artist Kseniya Simonova Shows Kazakhstan Through the Sands of Time
Kseniya Simonova shot to fame as a 'sand animator' after winning Ukraine's Got Talent in 2009.
The YouTube Women: Delivering Hard-Hitting Digital Video Activism
"In Brazil at least, where we have a very communicative culture, it is [...] far easier to persuade someone to watch a video than to read an article."
After Revealing Workplace Sexual Harassment, an Iranian Newscaster Says It's ‘Time to Break Free’
Sheen Shirani has reportedly fled the country after posting evidence on Facebook that her bosses sexually harassed her. The case highlights the precariousness of women's roles in Iran's professional settings.
River Communities in Mexico Still Don't Trust Their Drinking Water Following a Mining Spill
The populations affected by the worst environmental disaster in the history of Mexico obtained an important victory after a judge ordered new studies due to the risk of contaminated water.
Chinese Authorities Pressured a Bangladesh Art Summit Into Censoring a Tibet Exhibit
"The underlying threat to this message is: If you do not comply, we will cut economic ties or otherwise make it difficult for you."
Viewers Complain China’s Spring Festival TV Gala Was Way Too Political This Year
"The New Year's gala this year is awful, I feel like I’ve just watched a daily news broadcast but in gala form."
The Power of Social Media in Uganda's 2016 Elections
"Freedom of expression comes with responsibility to it. There are instances of irresponsible reporting and commenting on social media."