In this edition: the blogosphere expresses its indignation as Ali Bongo’s election has been confirmed by the Gabonese Constitutional Court. Three moths later, new documents testify to the violence of the Xinjiang riots.
In this edition: The attack by the Pakistani Taliban on the army in Rawalpindi arouses reaction from the local blogosphere; American Indians use the net to denounce racism and discrimination; and American star, Miley Cyrus bids farewell to Twitter.
In this edition : Ankara and Erevan's agreement generates a wave of protests on the Armenian web ; the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Barack Obama causes many reactions ; and the steps of a stair case transformed into piano keys.
In this edition: Net users in Guinea mobilise against the military junta; the debate over whether to punish Roman Polanski rages online; and images of Anne Frank are broadcast via a new Youtube channel.
In this edition: In Greece net users welcome the socialist victory at the legislative elections; the Presidential election campaign in Mozambique is in full swing online; and France’s first lady launches her own website.
In this edition: Brazil is at fever pitch. Following the 2014 Football World Cup, the country will now also host the 2016 Olympic Games. Thousands of Cariocas are celebrating Brazil’s nomination. And the net echoes this jubilation.
Today on the Net: The Web comments upon the violent earthquakes that have shaken Indonesia; the blogosphere prepares for Blog Action Day on October 15; and Sting campaigns online to save tropical forests.
In this edition: Chinese Web users are all abuzz ahead of the 60th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China; the celebrations contrast with the sombre mood in France where a wave of suicides at France Telecom has generated strong reactions.
Today on the Web: The web reacts to violent clashes in Yemen, the blogosphere talks about the terrible flooding in the wake of tropical storm Ketsana; and paintball fans recreate a portrait of Marilyn Monroe on a giant canvas.
In this edition: in Peru, anti-terrorism mobilisation is alive and kicking; Web users react to the election of Bulgaria's Irina Bokova at the head of UNESCO; a mother sea lion and her calf cause an online buzz