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5 November 2012

Stories from 5 November 2012

Website of Popular Burmese Journal Hacked

Bangladesh's ‘Journalist Couple’ Murder Investigation Turns to Farce

More than eight months have passed since the much talked about murder of a journalist couple in Bangladesh. According to the promise of the new Home Minsiter seven suspects were...

Haiti: Hurricanes Hardest on the Poor

Review of the North Korean Airline's New Online Booking

Protest in Trinidad & Tobago over Section 34 Scandal

On Friday, various sectors of the Trinidad and Tobago public participated in a protest march calling for the resignations of Attorney General Anand Ramlogan and Minister of National Security Jack...

A Girl Child Worker from Yemen

Jamaica: Talking about the Gay Issue

A Mauritanian Blogging Week Against Foreign Mining

For a week, Mauritanian bloggers took part in a campaign entitled "Against foreign mining companies." Ahmed Ben Jedou shares with us blog posts and tweets from the campaign, which aimed...

Bahrain: Who Heard the Bomb Blasts and Who are the Victims?

Bahrain officials announced today that two foreign workers have been killed and a third was seriously injured in five separate bomb blasts in the areas Gudaibiya and Adliya, in the...

Portugal: An Open Letter to Germany

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