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.
A series of interviews with Iranian “bridge figures” who are passionate about explaining their often misunderstood country to the world.
“Americans have found themselves in such a tricky situation that I’ve even started to feel a little bit sorry for them.”
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.
The game has touched on issues of censorship, politics and religion in countries like Iran, Japan, China and Russia.
The 2016 Summer Olympic Games weren't just a story of winning and losing in sport.
The government, the judiciary and police forces have taken no significant measures to deter extremists from targeting bloggers and publishers.
There are more Internet users in Russia than any other European country, yet no detailed guides available to guide non-Russian speakers—until now.
More than 211,000 people have arrived by sea in 2016. About 70% of them come from Syria, Afghanistan or Iraq.
Millions of farmers are now without their livelihoods, exacerbating poverty and food insecurity in rural areas.
At least 140 peaceful protesters have died since the demonstrations began.