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10 December 2013

Daily archive · 9 posts

Stories from 10 December 2013

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Ukrainian TV Show Angers Tajiks

A popular Ukrainian travel series has recently aired an episode about Tajikistan. Many Tajikistanis then turned to social media to curse the video.

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The Caucasus Network: Grozny Blogger, Ali Suleymanov

RuNet Echo

A 28-year-old Chechnya native, Ali Suleymanov, "Archidesigner," spent most of his adulthood in the Moscow region, where he studied and later worked as exterior designer.

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Italian Newspapers Mistakenly Call Nelson Mandela ‘Father of Apartheid’

Mandela was, in fact, instrumental in the dismantling of apartheid, South Africa's system of racial discrimination.

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Bogotá Mayor Dismissed, Barred from Politics Over Imperfect Trash Collection

Colombia's Inspector General dismissed Bogota's Mayor Gustavo Petro and banned him from public office for 15 years, alleging Petro's mismanagement of a new public rubbish collection system.

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Prison for Homeless Man Carrying Cleaning Products During Protests in Brazil

Authorities accused the man in Rio of carrying the ingredients for a molotov cocktail, though many dispute the claim.

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The Caucasus Network: Special Forces Blogger, Hard Ingush

RuNet Echo

Based in Ingushetia, Hard Ingush claims to be an officer in the Special Forces. In the last couple of years, he has led the North Caucasus’ blogosphere.

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Introducing the Blogosphere of Russia’s North Caucasus

RuNet Echo

Our new study explores the people and culture of the blogospheres of Chechnya, Ingushetia, Dagestan, Kabardino-Balkaria, and Ossetia.

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“Digital Hooligans” from Iran Attack Messi's Facebook

Iranians posted a flood of nasty comments on the Facebook page of the Argentinian footballer ahead of the World Cup.

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Mandela: Friend of Timor Leste and Indonesian Batik Fashion Icon

Nelson Mandela played an important role in the independence struggle of Timor Leste; and he is recognized as the most popular endorser of batik, a traditional Indonesian shirt.

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