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5 May 2014

Stories from 5 May 2014

Caribbean Joins Fight to #BringBackOurGirls

Trinidad & Tobago: Good vs. Evil

Dissecting the Dead in Odessa

RuNet Echo

Vladimir Golyshev's text on the Odessan tragedy is an excellent representation of pro-Maidan bias, and it's worth reading as a typical case of how Kiev’s allies understand last week's tragedy.

Silence Will Not Solve Trinidad & Tobago's Crime Problem

Trinidad and Tobago is still reeling from news of prominent attorney Dana Seetahal's death, but one blogger thinks the time for impotent outrage has long gone.

A Poet Opens Her Eyes In the Metropolis: Juana M. Ramos in New York City

"This huge urban centre, New York, opened up my eyes and made me look at myself, also multiplied, in conceiving myself as Salvadorian, Central American, Latin American."

The Rise and Fall of Bengal’s Textile Empire

PHOTOS: Protesters in Taiwan Turn Barbed-Wire Barricades Into Art

Police set up numerous chevaux de frise around government buildings to prevent anti-nuclear protesters from gathering. In response, Taiwanese have created what some have dubbed a contemporary street art exhibition.

Retaking the Streets of Puerto Rico…On a Bicycle

In some urban areas of Puerto Rico, more and more people choose to leave their cars in favor of cycling.

#BringBackOurGirls: Statement from Concerned Nigerian Bloggers

China President Xi Jinping's Xinjian Tour

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