On these pages we summarize more extensive Global Voices coverage of major news events through blogs and citizen media worldwide. If you have suggestions for new special coverage pages, please email us.
With trash piling in capital city Beirut's streets, Lebanon is witnessing its largest protest in recent history as tens of thousands are gathering to tell their government: “you stink.”
A series of interviews with Iranian “bridge figures” who are passionate about explaining their often misunderstood country to the world.
Leaked audio recordings seem to confirm long-held suspicions of government corruption in Macedonia.
RuNet Echo presents this big data and infographics project explaining how Russians and Ukrainians talk about their presidents, Vladimir Putin and Petro Poroshenko, on Twitter.
Three months into the Saudi-led war in the Arab world's poorest country, 8 out of 10 Yemenis are in need of humanitarian assistance.
The whistleblowing site has released documents that offer insight into the Saudi government's dealings in the region.
While Nepal is still struggling to grasp the quake's impact, people on the ground are trying to broaden the media's focus beyond stories of loss.
The Cuban and US governments have announced a historic thaw in relations. Global Voices is making sure the world hears what Cuban citizens have to say about it.
Police have cleared the sit-in sites, but protesters haven't given up their demand that China allow the city to hold free elections in 2017.