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21 July 2017

Stories from 21 July 2017

Russia's Parliament Went on a Censorship Binge Today

RuNet EchoAdvox

The Kremlin is cracking down on online anonymity. Again.

Brazil’s First Indigenous Online Radio Station Uses Digital Media to Promote Native Languages and Communities

Rising Voices

Rádio Yandê uses technology to shred stereotypes and misconceptions about Brazil’s native communities.

Kyrgyzstan Blocks Archive.org on ‘Extremism’ Grounds

Advox

Russia also moved to block the website and its popular 'Wayback Machine' two years ago.

With China Now the Top Market for Initial Public Offerings, One Economist Fears for Ordinary Investors

"To be honest, the Chinese stock market has become the tool of the state to make money."

Lebanese Government Bans All Protests Right Before a Syrian Refugee Solidarity Sit-In

Advox

Activists called for a protest after four Syrian refugees died while in the custody of the Lebanese army.

Between Worlds: The Complicated Life of a Young Japanese Returnee

The Bridge

'We said "sorry" in Japanese, to which she replied, “Oh, you're Japanese? Then always speak Japanese, you foreigner!”'

Three Decades After Dictatorship, Theater Aids the Search for Identity and Truth in Argentina

"There are already two generations that do not know their identity, we do not want to witness a third."

Luxury Lifestyle of the Congolese President's Entourage Attracts Attention of French Investigators

"Between 2008 and 2011, several tens of millions of euros from the Congolese public purse are thought to have passed through offshore companies."

Thai Academics to Be Summoned by Military for Raising ‘Anti-Junta Placards’ at an International Conference

The Thai Academic Network for Civil Rights reminded authorities that the country's constitution does not forbid people from holding up placards.

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