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10 December 2012

Stories from 10 December 2012

Remembering the Short-Lived Crimean People’s Republic

Colombia: Cali Organises Its Third Barcamp

On Monday, December 17, the third edition of Barcamp Cali -a Free Culture event organised in the city of Cali, Colombia- will take place. The event has created a buzz...

Iran's Diplomatic Missions Under Attack

Iran's diplomatic missions have been under attack around the world in recent weeks by Iranians and Afghans, for different reasons. The actions sparked a hot debate within the Iranian blogosphere,...

Bulgarian PM Takes a Nap at Nobel Peace Prize Event

Interview with Maksim Kononenko: Russian Non-Oppositionist Blogging

RuNet Echo

Kononenko is widely considered to be one of the RuNet’s pioneers, and has worked as a publicist, a columnist, a programmer, and a television host, among other things. He is...

Searching for Bissau-Guinean Journalist who Disappeared in Angola

Setback in President Chávez's Health Creates Uncertainty in Venezuela

Iran: Tehran Launches Own YouTube

‘Public Hunger Strike’ in Saudi Arabia for Imprisoned Activist Al-Bajady

Saudi human rights activist Mohammad al-Bajady has been getting much attention in the Saudi Twittershare in the last few weeks. Al-Bajady is one of the co-founders of the Saudi Civil...

Tropical Storm Pablo Leaves Trail of Devastation in Southern Philippines

Tropical storm Pablo (international name: Bopha) left a trail of destruction in various parts of the southern Philippine islands of Mindanao, Leyte, Cebu, and Negros after entering the country last...

Bahrain: Mahazza Village Still Under Siege

For almost a month in Bahrain, the village of Mahazza in Sitra has been under a security siege by the country's Interior Ministry. With the absence of free media in...

Russian eDemocracy: There and Back Again

RuNet Echo

Just like last winter, Russia's opposition leaders are involved in negotiations with Moscow city authorities to determine where an upcoming rally will take place. This time, however, they are asking...

Uzbek Theater Stages a Multicultural Play

Photos from 1962 of Mainland Refugees Fleeing Famine to Hong Kong

The Struggle of 15-Year-Old Hukou Protester in China

Taiwan is Sick: Student Protesters Tell the Minister of Education

As the Hong Kong based media group, Next Media Ltd., announced its decision to leave the Taiwan market, the stranglehold of media monopoly in Taiwan threatens to become more severe....

‘The Economist’ Accused of Hacking by Bangladesh's War Crimes Tribunal

The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) is an ongoing tribunal in Bangladesh that was set up to investigate and provide justice regarding the war crimes during the Bangladesh Liberation War of...

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