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13 November 2012

Stories from 13 November 2012

From Bosnia to Mecca: “A Pilgrimage on Foot”

“Self-Defence is No Offence”: Nigerian Student on Trial in Ukraine

Sri Lanka: The Trouble In Putting A Child Into A Local School

The Present Status Of Maternal Mortality In Bangladesh

Blogging the Earthquake's Aftermath from Huitán, Guatemala

Rising Voices

The blog for the community library Mi Nuevo Mundo (My new world) from the Huitán village has been sharing photos and reports of the aftermath of the 7.4-magnitude earthquake that...

Assault of Female Radio DJ Ignites Zimbabwe Gender Violence Debate

The assault of a popular radio DJ by her boyfriend has ignited debate about violence against women in Zimbabwe. The pictures showing her swollen face were both praised and condemned...

US Presidential Election Resonates in Zimbabwe

The just-ended United States election has got Zimbabweans excited as they face their own elections next year. Citizens are marveling at the speed the election results were announced, how presidential...

Blogging Contest Focuses on Child Development

Arab World: What will Change with Obama's Re-Election?

Barack Obama has won a second term as US President but how does he fare among netizens across the Arab world? Here's a snippet of the conversation on Twitter following...

At the Edge of the Stone Forest of Bemaraha in Madagascar

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