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Reporters Without Borders protests against crackdown on media in Syria
Reporters Without Borders protests against crackdown on media in Syria | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanReporters Without Borders activists gathered outside the Syrian embassy in Paris at 11 a.m. today, World Press Freedom Day, to protest against the Syrian government’s crackdown on the media.
 
Friday 15 April 2010 - Gaza outraged at Italian brother’s murder
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Friday 15 April 2010 - Gaza outraged at Italian brother’s murder | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanGaza woke up shell-shocked on Friday when 36-year-old Italian activist and writer, Vittorio Arrigoni, was found murdered hours after he was kidnapped by a radical Salafist group.
 
Syria, a Revolution with no images
Syria, a Revolution with no images | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanEven if given much less media coverage, the current events in Syria are not less dramatic than the revolutions in Tunisia and in Egypt. To date, more than a hundred civilians have been killed, victims of Bashar al-Assad’s repressive regime.
 
Reflections on the Arab Revolution
Reflections on the Arab Revolution | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanYears from now, academics and policy wonks will still be studying the events of the Arab winter/spring 2011. After everything has been written, will the image drawn be able to reflect what we have witnessed and experienced?
 
Berlusconism, ‘Padania’, inequalities: should we celebrate 150 years of Italy?
Berlusconism, ‘Padania’, inequalities: should we celebrate 150 years of Italy? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOn the 17th March 1861, Victor-Emmanuel II was proclaimed king of Italy. 150 years later, the Italian government decided to make the 17th of March a public holiday.
 
Free at last ???
Free at last ??? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe question that was imposing itself after the Egyptian revolution was how can artists and cultural operators continue doing what they were doing when the entire environment and premise upon which they have based their work on, has entirely changed?
 
Libya – the price of freedom
Libya – the price of freedom | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanEurope should now show the courage to reverse the "high stability, little democracy" equation, that has worked for many years. The military response to the Libyan uprising and the police force repression in countries such as Tunisia, Egypt or Yemen should not be placed on the same level.
 
Some Comments on the ‘Egyptian Revolution’ 2011 (ARI)
Some Comments on the ‘Egyptian Revolution’ 2011 (ARI) | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanDespite the uncertainties of the political future following the fall of Mubarak, the so-called ‘Egyptian Revolution’, led by the country’s middle-class urban youth, has led to sweeping social and cultural changes that constitute the main asset for a transition towards a more democratic regime.
 
Authorities impose news blackout on crackdown in Deraa
Authorities impose news blackout on crackdown in Deraa | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanReporters Without Borders strongly condemns the censorship that the Syrian authorities have imposed on national and foreign news media seeking to cover events in the southern city of Deraa.
 
Libya awakens
Libya awakens | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe world has refused to see Gaddafi at his bloodiest. Libyans were tortured, executed and others “disappeared” as they were critical of the regime. Individuals, defectors, activists, journalists and organisations have been ringing the alarm for decades, but nobody listened.
 

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