Cinquième femme assassinée en Azerbaïdjan en 10 jours

Nargiz Mustafayeva a été assassinée le dimanche 25 juilletUne capture d’écran d’un reportage de la télévision Meydan sur le féminicide en Azerbaïdjan. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] Cet article a été publié pour la première fois sur OC Media le 27 juillet 2021. Une version éditée est … Continue reading “Cinquième femme assassinée en Azerbaïdjan en 10 jours”

In Turkey, continuing forest fires are destroying livelihoods

The first fire was reported on July 28Originally published on Global VoicesA fire breaking out, from Pixabay. As of August 2, a total of 125 forest fires are raging through 21 provinces of Turkey. The first fire was reported on July 28. So far, the death toll has reached 8 people, including two firefighters. While the official cause of the fires … Continue reading “In Turkey, continuing forest fires are destroying livelihoods”

In Georgia, a book with stories to empower women written by men garners criticism

The backlash increased after one author was accused of sexual harassmentOriginally published on Global Voices“Books HD” by Abee5 is licensed under CC BY 2.0 “Love yourself,” a book featuring 13 women’s stories about the stigma they have faced over body image, may have been rooted in good intentions, but its publishers are being accused of tone-deafness … Continue reading “In Georgia, a book with stories to empower women written by men garners criticism”

Belarusian sprinter sent home from Olympics by Belarusian officials says she will ask for asylum

The sprinter had earlier criticised her coaches on InstagramOriginally published on Global VoicesBelarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya speaks to police at Tokyo’s Haneda airport on August 1, 2021. Screenshot from online video by Reuters. Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, a Belarusian athlete competing in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, was reportedly sent home against her will by Belarusian officials after … Continue reading “Belarusian sprinter sent home from Olympics by Belarusian officials says she will ask for asylum”

#Lawan protest demands the resignation of Malaysian prime minister over pandemic response

Hundreds gathered for the protest, despite threats of arrestsOriginally published on Global VoicesActivists hold a sit-in protest during the #Lawan rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Photo from Twitter post of Centre for Independent Journalism Hundreds of activists marched in Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur on July 31 to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin … Continue reading “#Lawan protest demands the resignation of Malaysian prime minister over pandemic response”

“One, Two, Three!” Jamaicans thrilled by their women sprinters’ Olympic run

‘Flo Jo’s’ 1988 Olympic record broken with a time of 10.61 secondsOriginally published on Global VoicesFlag of Jamaica; public domain via Wikimedia Commons After a somewhat anxious week as a COVID-19 “third wave” appeared to be gaining momentum, the Tokyo Olympics were a welcome distraction for many Jamaicans feeling oppressed by tightened curfew hours. Jamaicans’ interest … Continue reading ““One, Two, Three!” Jamaicans thrilled by their women sprinters’ Olympic run”

Who’s trying to silence the fearless voice of Sri Lankan journalist Tharindu Jayawardhana?

Threats followed reporting on probe into the 2019 Easter Sunday killingsOriginally published on Global VoicesTharindu Jayawardhana. Image from Groundviews via IFJ. This post by human rights activist Ruki Fernando originally appeared in Groundviews, an award-winning citizen media website in Sri Lanka. An edited version is published here as part of a content-sharing agreement with Global … Continue reading “Who’s trying to silence the fearless voice of Sri Lankan journalist Tharindu Jayawardhana?”

In the face of elite tourism projects, the Barbuda Warbler isn’t the only one that might lose its home

The UNHCR has expressed concernOriginally published on Global VoicesThe endemic and vulnerable Barbuda Warbler (Setophaga subita). Photo by Jeff Gerbracht, used with permission. On the evening of September 5, 2017, the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda sat nervously waiting for the arrival of Hurricane Irma. When Irma hit, Barbuda, the smaller of the two … Continue reading “In the face of elite tourism projects, the Barbuda Warbler isn’t the only one that might lose its home”

Weak public consultation approach draws questions about plans to ‘revitalise’ beloved Trinidad park

‘True consultation involves stakeholder participation’Originally published on Global VoicesScreenshot of Nelson Mandela Park in Port of Spain, Trinidad, taken from Google Earth. Over the past few weeks, the Trinidad and Tobago Society of Planners (TTSP) and the Trinidad and Tobago Institute of Architects (TTIA) have been drawing public attention to the government’s urban revitalisation plans … Continue reading “Weak public consultation approach draws questions about plans to ‘revitalise’ beloved Trinidad park”

How a swimming pool became Puerto Rico’s symbol of climate change and corruption

Protestors have camped on the pool’s construction site for weeksOriginally published on Global VoicesProtesters in the municipality of Rincón on the western coast of Puerto Rico have established a permanent presence at the construction site of a swimming pool that is being rebuilt after hurricane Maria destroyed it in 2017. Opponents of the construction say … Continue reading “How a swimming pool became Puerto Rico’s symbol of climate change and corruption”

In North Macedonia, some young people manage to build successful businesses during the Covid-19 crisis

The pandemic spurs entrepreneurship among Macedonian youthOriginally published on Global VoicesDarko Milevski, Teona Mango and Goran Bakrevski. Photo by Meta.mk, used with permission. This story was originally published by Meta.mk as part of its ongoing coverage of issues related to Generation Z. An edited version is republished here under a content-sharing agreement between Global Voices and Metamorphosis Foundation.  During … Continue reading “In North Macedonia, some young people manage to build successful businesses during the Covid-19 crisis”

The Georgian Dream Party withdraws from EU-brokered deal with opposition

Opposition and civil society claim the decision was politicalOriginally published on Global Voices“E. Rinkēvičs meets with the Speaker of the Georgian Parliament Irakli Kobahidze” by Latvian Foreign Ministry is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 This article was first published on OC Media. An edited version is republished on Global Voices under a content partnership agreement. Georgia has … Continue reading “The Georgian Dream Party withdraws from EU-brokered deal with opposition”

La série “Yasuke” de Netflix offre une nouvelle perspective sur l’histoire et les liens actuels des Africains au Japon

Les Africains représentent actuellement 0,01 % de la population japonaiseUn défilé de mode kimono nippo-africain se déroulant lors de l’événement culturel «Africa Japan Night » célébrant le 10e anniversaire du Fonds-en-dépôt japonais pour l’Afrique et les pays les moins avancés (PMA). Droit d’auteur : OMPI. Photo : Violaine Martin. Ce travail est sous licence Creative … Continue reading “La série “Yasuke” de Netflix offre une nouvelle perspective sur l’histoire et les liens actuels des Africains au Japon”

Violence against women is on the rise in Mexico. How do Mexicans perceive it?

A national poll may have some answers.Originally published on Global VoicesImage inspired by the performance protest led by Elina Chauvet in Mexico City, where red shoes were used to represent the absence of women. Illustration: Giovana Fleck/Global Voices In Mexico, femicides increased by 137 percent between 2015 and 2020, with the government only formally tracking … Continue reading “Violence against women is on the rise in Mexico. How do Mexicans perceive it?”

Iranian state comes down hard on protests over ‘Thirsty Khuzestan’

Amnesty International says at least eight people killed in crackdownOriginally published on Global VoicesCartoon by Germany-based Iranian cartoonist Assad Binakhahi. Used with Permission. Demonstrations have erupted across several cities in Iran’s richest province of Khuzestan since July 15, as a months-long drought in the southwest region drove the people to accuse the authorities of mismanaging water resources, both for drinking and … Continue reading “Iranian state comes down hard on protests over ‘Thirsty Khuzestan’”

The essence of LeRoy Clarke, Trinidad and Tobago’s master artist who died this week

‘His [was] a life of extreme self-consciousness’Originally published on Global VoicesA Prophetic Flaming Forest by LeRoy Clarke, 2003. Photo courtesy The Lloyd Best Institute of the Caribbean, used with permission. By Sunity Maharaj Editor’s Note: On the morning of July 27, 31 years to the day that Trinidad and Tobago faced an attempted coup d’etat, the … Continue reading “The essence of LeRoy Clarke, Trinidad and Tobago’s master artist who died this week”

Armenia and Azerbaijan exchange accusations in renewed clashes

Armenia and Azerbaijan blamed each other over renewed fightingOriginally published on Global VoicesA screenshot taken from the documentary film, “In the Shadow of War: Voices from Nagorno-Karabakh,” courtesy of OC Media Armenia and Azerbaijan exchanged fire on July 28, resulting in the deadliest clash since a Russia-brokered ceasefire ended the 44-day war between Armenia and Azerbaijan … Continue reading “Armenia and Azerbaijan exchange accusations in renewed clashes”

L’image de feuilles de marijuana sur une boisson énergisante lance le débat au Mozambique

La canette est décorée d’une feuille de cannabis sativaIl semblerait que l’emballage de cette boisson représente une image de l’herbe Cannabis sativa, ce qui, selon la législation mozambicaine, encouragerait la consommation de ce type de stupéfiants interdits. Image : Illustration/Giovana Fleck/Global Voices [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en portugais, ndlt.] … Continue reading “L’image de feuilles de marijuana sur une boisson énergisante lance le débat au Mozambique”

“Istanbul is the new cool” claims Turkey’s Ministry of Tourism and Culture, though not everyone agrees

New promo video Istanbul the New Cool prompts criticism.Originally published on Global VoicesA screenshot from Istanbul’s new tourism video. Taken from GoTurkiye website featuring the video. Beautiful models enjoying popular street food, a traceur racing on the rooftop of the Grand Bazaar, a ferry ride with seagulls and beautiful models, Turkish tea and sweets, street … Continue reading ““Istanbul is the new cool” claims Turkey’s Ministry of Tourism and Culture, though not everyone agrees”

The Georgian Dream Party’s anti-media crusade continues

Journalists continue to face harassment and attacks from government officialsOriginally published on Global VoicesAnti-Pride protesters threaten an OC Media reporter. Photo by Mariam Nikuradze, OC Media. Used with permission. This article was first published on OC Media. An edited version is republished here under a content partnership agreement. In Georgia, independent journalists continue to face harassment and … Continue reading “The Georgian Dream Party’s anti-media crusade continues”

Journalist working remotely in Barbados shares her experience of street harassment

[Harassment] ‘is a widespread and ubiquitous issue’Originally published on Global VoicesSet among the tall palms and lush vegetation of Barbados’ South Coast, United Nations House is illuminated in an orange glow to draw attention to the issue of gender-based violence, as part of the annual commemoration of the 16 Days of Activism and the International … Continue reading “Journalist working remotely in Barbados shares her experience of street harassment”

Bermudians are ‘bursting with pride’ as triathlete Flora Duffy brings home the country’s first Olympic gold

‘What a fantastic ‘golden’ performance from start to finish’Originally published on Global VoicesBermuda’s Flora Duffy leads a pack of elite triathletes at the 2012 Edmonton ITU Triathlon World Cup. Photo by Sangudo on Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. The Caribbean island of Bermuda officially has its first-ever gold medal at the Olympic Games, thanks to the … Continue reading “Bermudians are ‘bursting with pride’ as triathlete Flora Duffy brings home the country’s first Olympic gold”

Indonesia faces criticism for lack of financial support amid lockdowns

A slowed economy plus COVID-19 restrictions have created financial hardshipOriginally published on Global VoicesIndonesian President Joko Widodo announces the extension of Indonesia’s PPKM COVID-19 restrictions. Screenshot taken from ABC’s video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehMcN9VcuuQ Indonesia is facing a “COVID-19 tsunami” that is affecting families throughout the archipelago. While all of Southeast Asia has seen an uptick in cases … Continue reading “Indonesia faces criticism for lack of financial support amid lockdowns”

Filipino weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz makes history for winning the Philippines’ first ever Olympic gold medal

She was trolled in 2019 after seeking financial help for her Olympics preparationOriginally published on Global VoicesA screenshot from local news coverage by ANC News. Weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz inspired Filipinos all over the world by winning the Philippines’ first-ever Olympic gold medal. Diaz took first place in the Weightlifting Women’s 55-kilogram category group A during … Continue reading “Filipino weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz makes history for winning the Philippines’ first ever Olympic gold medal”

Community support is vital to women athletes: Kosovo alpinist Uta Ibrahimi

GV talked to Uta Ibrahimi about her mountaineering lifeOriginally published on Global VoicesUta Ibrahimi. Photo used with her permission. Uta Ibrahimi, an alpinist from Kosovo, is the first ethnic Albanian woman to climb Mount Everest, which she did on 22 May 2017. Afterwards, she climbed Manaslu, Cho-Oyu, Lhotse and Gasherbrum, making her officially the first woman from the Balkans to summit … Continue reading “Community support is vital to women athletes: Kosovo alpinist Uta Ibrahimi”

Fifth woman murdered in Azerbaijan in 10 days

Nargiz Mustafayeva was killed on Sunday, July 25Originally published on Global VoicesA screenshot taken from a Meydan TV report about femicide in Azerbaijan. This article was first published on OC Media. An edited version is republished on Global Voices under a content partnership agreement. Nargiz Mustafayeva, a resident of the central Barda District, was strangled to death on … Continue reading “Fifth woman murdered in Azerbaijan in 10 days”

LGBTQI+ community celebrates the first legal same-sex partnership in Montenegro

Seaside city of Budva welcomes two young women’s civic unionOriginally published on Global VoicesMontenego has came a long way since the  2013 SeaSide Pride in Budva, the first pride parade in the country. Photo by LGBTQ+ Forum Progres, CC BY-NC-SA. The first same-sex life partnership in Montenegro was registered in Budva, a city on the … Continue reading “LGBTQI+ community celebrates the first legal same-sex partnership in Montenegro”

Inde : la langue odia en traduction chez Google et Microsoft

D’autres initiatives communautaires open source sont en cours d’élaborationCollage composé de couvertures d’ouvrages en odia. Image via Flickr par Erin Mclaughlin. Issue de l’ensemble Flickr Odia Book Covers, sous licence CC-BY 2.0. L’article original a été publié en août 2020. Sauf indication contraire, les liens de l’article renvoient vers des pages en anglais. Cette année, Google et … Continue reading “Inde : la langue odia en traduction chez Google et Microsoft”

Afghan refugees flood into Turkey as USA announces final troop withdrawal

Afghan refugees enter Turkey as USA withdrawal comes into effectOriginally published on Global VoicesA screenshot captured from BBC News video, titled “Afgan göçmenler anlatıyor: Türkiye’ye neden ve nasıl geliyorlar?” American president Joe Biden announced in a June 8th speech at the White House, that American troops would withdraw from Afghanistan by August 31, after 20 years of occupation … Continue reading “Afghan refugees flood into Turkey as USA announces final troop withdrawal”

Hong Kong hands down first guilty sentence on terrorism and inciting secession charges under national security law

The convicted protester Tong Ying-kit could face life in prisonOriginally published on Global VoicesThe popular protest slogan ‘Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of Our Times’. Photo by May James of the Hong Kong Free Press. Used under a content partnership agreement. Tong Ying-kit, aged 24, the first protester charged under Hong Kong’s 2020 National Security Law … Continue reading “Hong Kong hands down first guilty sentence on terrorism and inciting secession charges under national security law”

Angola’s government launches a campaign to end the use of anabolic body modification

Campaigners hope to raise awareness about the dangers of “jarda”Originally published on Global VoicesDue to an increase in deaths and complications from the use of medications and aesthetic procedures that alter the structure of the body, the Angolan government decided to launch a campaign to educate and sensitize the population. Image: Giovana Fleck/Global Voices Julieta … Continue reading “Angola’s government launches a campaign to end the use of anabolic body modification”

L’art de rue engagé devient pratique courante au Kazakhstan

La « guerre du mur » continue à AlmatyLa dernière itération de la peinture murale avant qu’elle soit effacée. Capture d’écran de la chaîne YouTube de Radio Azattyk Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens de cet article renvoient vers des pages en anglais. Un graffiti au pochoir reprenant de vieilles photos de l’ancien président a … Continue reading “L’art de rue engagé devient pratique courante au Kazakhstan”

Pakistani woman cricketer Nida Dar faces sexism from a former cricketer

Former cricketer Abdul Razzaq makes sexist remarks about Nida DarOriginally published on Global VoicesScreenshot from the interview of Abdul Razzaq and Nida Dar from the YouTube version of the G Sarkar with Nauman Ijaz show. Fair use. Cricket is the most popular game in Pakistan and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is trying to grow … Continue reading “Pakistani woman cricketer Nida Dar faces sexism from a former cricketer”

Hong Kong Pro-Beijing camp finds fault with Olympic badminton player’s black outfit

Black is a politically sensitive color in Hong KongOriginally published on Global VoicesAngus Ng’s Instagram statement on July 25. In Hong Kong, the hottest topic about the Tokoyo 2020 Olympic Games in recent days hasn’t been the intense competitions or tight victories, but rather, about badminton player Angus Ng Ka-Long’s monochrome black outfit.  Photos of … Continue reading “Hong Kong Pro-Beijing camp finds fault with Olympic badminton player’s black outfit”

Cubans want more than just the lifting of the US blockade

We also want medicine, food, freedom and democracyOriginally published on Global VoicesHavana street, by Pedro Szekely/Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) This article was written anonymously by an author in Cuba, using the fictitious name of “Luis Rodriguez.” As many Cubans were resting in their homes on Sunday morning, July 11, a mass protest took place in the town of … Continue reading “Cubans want more than just the lifting of the US blockade”

Russian internet censor blocks Team Navalny websites

The state designated Navalny’s movement and campaign networks as “extremist organizations”Originally published on Global VoicesA screenshot from globalcheck.net showing the accessibility of navalny.com in the past 24 hours up to 16:20 GMT+1 (18:20 Moscow time) on July 26, 2021. A sharp drop in accessibility can be observed around 9:00 GMT+1 (11:00 Moscow time). Roskomnadzor, the … Continue reading “Russian internet censor blocks Team Navalny websites”

L’Inde pleure la disparition de Dilip Kumar, le «roi de la tragédie» de Bollywood

Il était célèbre pour ses rôles d’amant éploréL’acteur Dilip Kumar avec son épouse, l’actrice Saira Banu, en 2011. Image via Wikipédia par Bollywood Hungama; sous licence CC BY 3.0. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] De nombreuses personnes en Inde sont attristées par la disparition de l’un des … Continue reading “L’Inde pleure la disparition de Dilip Kumar, le «roi de la tragédie» de Bollywood”

Samoa’s first female prime minister takes helm three months after former leader refused to concede defeat

A court ruling ended the impasse on Samoa’s political leadershipOriginally published on Global VoicesSamoa’s new Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata’afa. Source: Screenshot from YouTube video uploaded byTalamua Media Fiame Naomi Mata’afa will be Samoa’s first female prime minister after the country’s Court of Appeal released a ruling on July 23 acknowledging her victory in the … Continue reading “Samoa’s first female prime minister takes helm three months after former leader refused to concede defeat”

Une boîte de pastels pour aborder les questions raciales et identitaires : entretien avec la chercheuse Gladis Kaercher

Une idée simple et concrète pour sensibiliser les enfantsGladis Kaercher sur la scène de TEDxFronteiras en 2018. Capture d’écran de YouTube. Cet article fait partie du dossier spécial de Global Voices intitulé « Femmes de Science ». Vous pouvez lire d’autres entretiens menés auprès de femmes dans les carrières universitaires, comme celui réalisé avec Patricia Castillo. [Sauf … Continue reading “Une boîte de pastels pour aborder les questions raciales et identitaires : entretien avec la chercheuse Gladis Kaercher”

Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui who was killed in Afghanistan remembered and honoured online

Social media was flooded by obituaries and tributes to SiddiquiOriginally published on Global VoicesDanish Siddiqui speaking at TEDxGateway in 2010. Screenshot via YouTube channel TEDx Talks. Fair use. Acclaimed Indian and Pulitzer Prize winner Danish Siddiqui was killed in Afghanistan on the 13th of July, 2021. He was on an assignment, embedded with a convoy … Continue reading “Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui who was killed in Afghanistan remembered and honoured online”

Fresh clashes on Nakhchivan border

The clashes, reportedly began late on July 19Originally published on Global VoicesYeraskh-Heydarabad-map-OC_Media This article was first published on OC Media. An edited version is republished here under a content partnership agreement. A number of clashes took place in the vicinity of the Armenian village of Yeraskh and the Azerbaijani village of Heydarabad, reportedly beginning late Monday, July … Continue reading “Fresh clashes on Nakhchivan border”

Government announces new media regulations that could further constrain freedom of expression in Turkey

New measures underway to regulate foreign funded media and misinformation.Originally published on Global VoicesJournalism not a crime. Screenshot from a YouTube video taken from AFP report from May 3, 2017. The banner in Turkish “Journalism  – not a crime.” A number of government statements issued last week in Turkey signal a further decline in media … Continue reading “Government announces new media regulations that could further constrain freedom of expression in Turkey”

The French government’s U-turn on regional languages

Could immersive education in minority languages be in fact outlawed? Originally published on Global VoicesScreenshot of a YouTube video showing protests in the Basque Country in support of immersive teaching France’s language policy has long placed French as the only “language of the Republic” and has ignored or even banned the use of more than 20 minority … Continue reading “The French government’s U-turn on regional languages”

In Azerbaijan’s capital, taxi drivers are now engaging in a generational war around technology

Nearly a thousand drivers in Baku have been boycotting taxi apps.Originally published on Global VoicesScreenshot from the original video. The following story was originally published by Chaikhana.media and is republished by Global Voices under a partnership agreement. Afgan Maharramov, 54, has been driving a taxi on the central streets of Baku for nearly 20 years. … Continue reading “In Azerbaijan’s capital, taxi drivers are now engaging in a generational war around technology”

Depuis Cuba, par VPN

WhatsApp, Telegram et Signal bloqués pour entraver l’organisation de manifestationsManifestations à La Havane, Cuba, le 11 juillet 2021. Photo par Periodismo de Barrio. Cet article est signé Geisy Guia Delis. Il est initialement paru sur le site d’information cubain Periodismo de Barrio et a été adapté au format de Global Voices. J’ai pu voir la … Continue reading “Depuis Cuba, par VPN”

Pour les Nigérians, les réseaux sociaux sont devenus un outil vital qu’il leur faut à présent défendre

Notre agitation sur les plateformes numériques effraie les régimes oppressifsDes jeunes prenant un selfie. Image prise par Iwaria, février 2021, libre de droits. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] Le mouvement #EndSARS de l’année dernière contre les violences policières, l’interdiction cette année de Twitter et des manifestations … Continue reading “Pour les Nigérians, les réseaux sociaux sont devenus un outil vital qu’il leur faut à présent défendre”

In Colombia, ‘yatules’ are the Misak people’s pantry and pharmacy

Misak people preserve an agricultural practice learned from their ancestorsOriginally published on Global VoicesPhoto of Mamá Adriana Velasco and her mother, Mamá Ascensión in Silvia, Guambía reserve, Colombia. Photo taken by the author. The Indigenous Misak people call themselves sons and daughters of water and rainbows. They are known for their traditional agricultural practices known as yatules, family … Continue reading “In Colombia, ‘yatules’ are the Misak people’s pantry and pharmacy”

Accès refusé : les coûts sociaux et économiques du blocage de Twitter au Nigeria

Le Nigeria perd 250 000 $ pour chaque heure d’inaccessibilité de TwitterDe jeunes Nigérians discutent du contenu d’une page Web ouverte sur un smartphone. Image de James Moore200 via Wikimedia Commons, 27 mars 2021, sous licence CC BY-SA 4.0. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens mènent vers des pages web en anglais, ndt.] De nombreux … Continue reading “Accès refusé : les coûts sociaux et économiques du blocage de Twitter au Nigeria”

L’enseignement en ligne à la traîne au Kirghizistan : les écoles ne sont pas connectées

Des difficultés d’accès insolubles pour le momentEnseignement en ligne. Une petite fille travaille sur un ordinateur portable. Photo par shixart1985, sous licence CC BY 2.0. [Sauf mention contraire, tous les liens renvoient vers des pages web en russe, ndt.] Les élèves de toutes les écoles du Kirghizistan suivent les cours à la maison depuis début … Continue reading “L’enseignement en ligne à la traîne au Kirghizistan : les écoles ne sont pas connectées”

Global investigation reveals Pegasus Project identified in Azerbaijan and elsewhere

Authorities in Azerbaijan have refrained from making any statementsOriginally published on Global Voiceshttps://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Code_on_computer_monitor_(Unsplash).jpg Days after a global investigation titled the Pegasus Project exposed how an intrusive software, called Pegasus, was used to target journalists, rights defenders, activists, and political leaders across the world, one country that utilized this technology has remained quiet. Authorities in Azerbaijan have so … Continue reading “Global investigation reveals Pegasus Project identified in Azerbaijan and elsewhere”