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3 September 2014

Stories from 3 September 2014

Fashion Trends in Trinidad's Capital

Murder of Prime Minister's Press Secretary Draws Attention to Rising Crime in the Bahamas

Violent crime in the country has been on the rise. The government, grappling with the problem, has not issued official crime statistics since the middle of last year.

These 8 Ice Bucket Spinoffs Challenge Hunger, War and Politics

From the “Lather Against Ebola” campaign against Ebola in Côte d'Ivoire to the Rubble Bucket Challenge for children in Gaza, people are repurposing the viral phenomenon.

Lesotho Political Crisis Updates on Twitter

Is the Caribbean Education System Dumbing Down Kids?

The Ebola Truth

Was There a Coup in Lesotho?

What Went Into Making Russia's Most Viral Dash Cam Video Ever?

RuNet Echo

The good people of Chelyabinsk—a city whose toughness is legendary in Russian popular culture—have become some of the world’s biggest producers of candid-camera cartoon mayhem.

Looking to Get Away? Do It Patriotically, With Russia's Upcoming Booking.com Clone.

RuNet Echo

As Russia turns inward, the country has sought national alternatives to goods and services that are generally Western-dominated. Moving ahead, Russia faces the dangers of breaking this dependence too quickly.

Surprising Europe, an Open Archive of Stories About Migration

An online platform that brings together African immigrants' stories and videos, unabridged. A project that helps to overcome prejudices and stereotypes and improve people's knowledge about them.

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