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Special Coverage

On these pages we summarize more extensive Global Voices coverage of major news events through blogs and citizen media worldwide. If you have suggestions for new special coverage pages, please email us.

What Is Happening in Venezuela?

Venezuela doesn't have one crisis. It has many crises, and ordinary Venezuelans are suffering the consequences.

Marcell Shehwaro's Dispatches on Syria

In this powerful, award-winning series for Global Voices, Syrian blogger and activist Marcell Shehwaro describes her life in Aleppo, the heart of Syria's armed conflict, and in exile.

Bloggers Under Fire: The Fatal Consequences of Free Thinking in Bangladesh

The government, the judiciary and police forces have taken no significant measures to deter extremists from targeting bloggers and publishers.

Iran, as Told by Iranian Journalists and Writers

A series of interviews with Iranian “bridge figures” who are passionate about explaining their often misunderstood country to the world.

2016 Special Coverage

An archive of Global Voices special coverage pages from 2016.

2015 Special Coverage

An archive of Global Voices special coverage pages from 2015.

2014 Special Coverage

An archive of Global Voices special coverage pages from 2014.

2013 Special Coverage

An archive of Global Voices special coverage pages from 2013.

2012 Special Coverage

An archive of Global Voices special coverage pages from 2012.

2011 Special Coverage

An archive of Global Voices special coverage pages from 2011.

2010 Special Coverage

An archive of Global Voices special coverage pages from 2010.

2009 Special Coverage

An archive of Global Voices special coverage pages from 2009.

2008 Special Coverage

An archive of Global Voices special coverage pages from 2008.

2007 Special Coverage

An archive of Global Voices special coverage pages from 2007

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