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Protest songs from Azerbaijan

We follow Egypt's voters online as they tweet and post their election experience for all to see. Meanwhile, Western media focuses on women and the democratic process, as veiled voters hold up their inky fingers on front pages around the globe. Azerbaijan prepares for the Eurovision song contest, while human rights activists in the country draw attention to forced evictions in the capital, Baku.

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2014-04-17 Freedom of the press

Algerian election: Bouteflika votes in wheelchair

The image that has dominated social media of today's Algerian election is ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika casting his vote in a wheelchair. Derision of the president on...

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2014-04-17 Freedom of the press

Algeria's media: a mixture of censorship and free speech

On the eve of Algeria's Presidential election, we take a look at the media landscape of the North Afrian country. Censorship is widely practised, in particular on television news...

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2014-04-15 Silvio Berlusconi

Pornography without borders is key benefit of EU, says French MEP

When asked what a key benefit of the EU is, many would answer "peace in our time" but few would think of easier access to porn as a top bonus. The latter argument has been made...

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2014-04-14 mediawatch

Russian media propaganda over Ukraine

Forbes.com points out a blatant example of propaganda on Russian television regarding events in Ukraine. We see an actor playing three different roles in tv news coverage across...

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2014-04-11 YouTube

Irish priest rocks You Tube with 'Hallelujah'

In this edition, we look at a viral video of a singing priest. Ireland's Ray Kelly does wonders singing Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' at a wedding ceremony. He has had more than...

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