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1 October 2012

Stories from 1 October 2012

Bulgaria: “Are You a Terrorist?”

Peru: Monoculture Puts Iquitos Water at Risk

In this third and final post about the water problem in the city of Iquitos we focus on monocultures in the Nanay River and the controversy this issue causes between...

Amazon: Improving Public’s Perception of the Forest

Peru: “Get out of here, King of Jordan”

Burkina Faso: Architect Innovates with Sustainable Primary School

Paraguay: Implications of ISPs’ Block of Fake News Website

Spain: ‘Carne Cruda’ Cancellation Stirs Debate on Censorship

Fears of state censorship and declining freedom of expression rise as the influential, political satire programme 'Carne Cruda' found itself unexpectedly cancelled from national radio.

Former FIFA Official Corruption Case – Blogger Asked to Reveal Sources

The ongoing case of corruption claims against former FIFA Vice-President and Asian Football Confederation President Mohammed bin Hammam, has led to a Singapore Court ordering former journalist and blogger James...

Madagascar & Reunion: Maraina, The First Opera from the Indian Ocean

Iran: Gmail Gets Unblocked

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