Stories from 3 November 2017
Boukary Konaté traveled to regions of Mali far away from the capital to train the younger generations in the basics of blogging and safeguarding their culture.
"What does it say about....Indonesia when a politician can continue to act with impunity, while somebody who spreads a meme about him gets arrested?"
Some 300 brides from the country's Khatlon region complained of abuse from their mothers-in-law in the first nine months of 2017.
"It's important to remember that during Cervantes' time in position, impunity in cases of attacks against #FreedomOfExpression was constant"
The data analysis company that helped Donald Trump's campaign claim victory in the US is working with Kenya's ruling party.
China's Twitter Community Is Polarized Over Corruption Allegations by Fugitive Billionaire Guo Wengui
"When struggling with the CCP, one has to be cunning and wise -- borrowing power from one authority to crack down on the other one."
United Arab Emirates: Seven Months After Completing His Sentence, Blogger Osama Al-Najjar Remains in Prison
Osama Al-Najjar was arrested in 2014 for tweeting in support of his imprisoned father.
The viral social media campaign "All the Bowling Ladies" was not enough to save the Melbourne lawn bowls club from a hostile local council vote.
Kezarovski spent the better part of three years as political prisoner, under conditions tantamount to torture.