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13 December 2012

Stories from 13 December 2012

Presenting the Balkan Minorities

Students Rally All Over Hungary to Save Tuition-Free Education

In Hungary, the once free-for-all education system has always been a subject of heated debates. This week, the debates have grown into student protests that are taking place all over the...

Meet Global Voices Contributor – Janet Gunter

Global Voices in Spanish editor Juan Arellano interviews GV contributor and world traveller Janet Gunter, on her work in our community and on various projects.

Egypt: Graffiti Over Presidential Palace Walls

It seems like the revolutionary spirit is galvanized in Egypt, thanks to President Mohammed Morsy's power grab. Photographer Jonathan Rashad, who has been actively using his camera to document major...

Global Voices and the Power of We

To kick off this year's fundraising campaign, a behind-the-scenes look at how the 700-plus members of our diverse, global and entirely virtual community pull together stories. This holiday season, please...

Latin America: Top 5 News Stories from 2012

Bhutan's Journey From Monarchy To Democracy

China's ‘Luxury Disease’ Extends to Lavish Government Buildings

Lavish government buildings is nothing new in China, however, nothing can be compared to the new government building in Jinan, capital of East China's Shandong Province. According to media reports...

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