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9 November 2011

Stories from 9 November 2011

Czech Republic: Open Source Initiative to Visualize State Budget

Colombia: Online Petition Calls for Resignation of Minister of Education

Colombia: President Santos Proposes Removal of Reform to Law 30 if Students Lift Strike

Liberia: For the Liberiaphiles

Malawi: Women in Prison

Guinea-Bissau: Community Radio Launches a New Blog

Cuba: Segregation Sail

Haiti: Cholera Vaccine?

Grenada: On Self-Publishing

Ghana: Shame and Praise Service Providers

Trinidad & Tobago: Final Bailout Formula

Cuba: Encounter with a Fumigator

Global: Replacing Moreno Ocampo at the International Criminal Court

Luis Moreno Ocampo's term as the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court is coming to an end and elections for judges are scheduled for December. The discussions taking place...

South Korea: Online Political Satire Show Draws Millions of Downloads

A hilarious political satire talk show, ‘Na-Ggom-su’, has gone viral in South Korea. The show, which is only available online, is filled with wild jokes and expletives, and mocks the...

Nicaragua: Protesters Denounce Election Fraud

Mexico: Global Voices Contributor Receives Praise for Her Poems and Her Tweets

Bolivia: The UN Development Program's Video Series on Inequality

Global Campaigns in Solidarity with Syria Keep Growing

There has been a global outpouring of initiatives in solidarity with the Syrian people. Social media and older technologies, like the telephone, are being used to let Syrians know that...

Egypt: Global Online Protest Against Military Planned Today

China: On the Rise But Feeling Boxed In

China is surrounded by 85% of the political hotspots in the world, argues one prominent professor, and needs to be free to deal with those and other geopolitical problems it...

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