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22 November 2005

Daily archive · 5 posts

Stories from 22 November 2005

Cambodia: Euthanasia Websites, Water Festival, and More

Euthanasia Websites An American citizen who owned websites advocating ‘euthanasia tourism’ in Kampot, a French-era beach town, has been sued by Kampot Province's governor for false information and defamation. “You...

Open letter to all Costa Ricans and Nicaraguans

Dear brethren: During these ominous days for the relations between our peoples, I would like to issue a call to prudence on both sides of our common border. A stupid...

Iranian Blogs: WSIS & Human Rights

Shirin Ebadi, Noble Laureate, was one of speakers in World Summit for Information & Society in Tunisia. According to Ravi(Link in Persian), Mrs. Ebadi spoke about censorship, jailed bloggers and...

Voices from Zimbabwe Plus

Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe took center stage a couple of times at WSIS in Tunis last week. First up was Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's president calling for an end to the use of...

Global Voices wins a Best of the Blogs

Global Voices has won a Best of the Blogs award from Deutsche Welle. We're thrilled to be honored as the jury's choice for the Best Journalistic Blog in English. Other...

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