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.
After a crucial 5-day pause for humanitarian relief, Saudi Arabia has resumed airstrikes in Yemen against Houthi fighters and their allies.
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.
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.
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.
Global Voices presents “Eastern Ukraine Unfiltered,” a series of interviews with the region's most prolific bloggers, citizen journalists, and social media users.
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.
In late September, 43 students in southern Mexico were returning from a protest when they were ambushed by police and then went missing.
We are paying special attention to conversations around gender equality, and the different ways women and men fight gender injustice around the world.
Musicians and filmmakers worldwide aren't always free to practice their art. This Freemuse-Global Voices series examines how censorship affects them.
Thousands have died in the unprecedented outbreak. Officials are working to contain not only the spread of Ebola, but also the misinformation surrounding the disease.
In this powerful series for Global Voices, Syrian blogger and activist Marcell Shehwaro describes her life in Aleppo, the heart of Syria's armed conflict.
Hundreds of Palestinians have been killed and thousands injured in a massive Israeli offensive against the coastal strip since it was launched on July 8.
The passenger jet is believed to have been brought down by a missile, the Ukrainian government and rebels are trading blame over who is responsible .
Alexander Sodiqov is a father and bright scholar whose writing on Tajik and Central Asian bears the hallmarks of any top political analyst—rigour, insight & impartiality.
As 32 teams duke it out for FIFA glory, we are following the football faithful around the world, as they tweet, photograph and blog their heartbreak and happiness online.
It's been a year since this generation's most famous whistleblower Edward Snowden, lifted the curtain on America's massive global spying machine - what have you done to protect yourself?
What are the traffic issues that move citizens of your country? For this special series, Global Voices authors contributed stories from the streets of their countries.
Protesters stormed and occupied the main legislature's assembly hall after the Island's ruling party pushed a controversial trade bill with China through the Legislative Yuan, without bipartisan discussion.
Food can unites us. Cuisine can define us. And the Internet has made it even easier for us to explore our own identity and tradition through food. A few minutes...
Wifi is practically ubiquitous and the country's Internet speed is one of fastest in the world, so it's no surprise that online platforms host South Korea's most robust discussions on...
Protests in Venezuela are escalating rapidly. What began as a series of student demonstrations in the eastern state of Tachira spread to multiple cities across the country in mid-February after...
Defiant lovers in Central Asia celebrated the holiday despite bans. Singles occupied cinema seats in Shanghai to sabotage Valentine's dates. Our Caribbean team shared some of their favorite love songs....
The Russian Internet has been talking about the 22nd Winter Olympics even before the games began on February 7, 2014.