Stories from 12 April 2016
A Breakdown of the Current Version of Brazil's Cybercrimes Bill
Following criticism, the Commission made some changes to the most controversial elements of the legislation. But a battle still lies ahead.
There's Nothing Orthodox About the Way These Russian Priests Get Around
Prosecutors in Nizhny Novgorod are investigating a curious helicopter landing that took place on a highway outside the city. The case involves dashcam footage and men dressed as priests.
Mexico’s ‘Feminist Library’ Aims to Offer Women Something New
With more than 9,000 followers, the "Library" defends responsible modes for disseminating information and provides a space for discussion and interaction for those concerned with gender equality.
Colorful Rickshaw Paintings Protest Violence Against Women in Bangladesh
"We hope that words will thus roam around places and find their ways into people’s thought, leading us to a better tomorrow."
Tajikistan and Iran: Bound by a Shared Heritage, Torn by a Shared Mistrust
Relations between the two countries appear back on track after a winter of discontent. Or are they?
Australia’s ‘Stop the Clock’ Movement Fights to Keep Foreign Aid From Falling to Historic Lows
Should cuts to foreign aid go ahead in May as planned, Australian aid would dip to its lowest level since records began in 1960.