Drugs cartels are silencing the Mexican press. More and more Mexican newspapers are deciding to stop reporting crime news. And drugs cartels are increasingly succeeding in influencing the editorial line of the Mexican media.
A commission set up to investigate the sexual abuse of children by the Roman Catholic Church in the Netherlands has said that tens of thousands of girls were physically, psychologically and sexually abused between 1945 and 1985.
Social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook played critical roles during the Arab Spring. Can Weibo, the world’s most popular social network, play a similar role in promoting democracy in China?
By Michael Anti
27-year-old Boukary Sangaré is the son of Malian guest workers in Ivory Coast. Life for immigrants in Ivory Coast worsened as the country became increasingly xenophobic following the death of, the nation’s founder in 1993.