The fourth day of protests against the government in Romania
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A draft of an emergency ordinance of the Romanian government (to amend the Criminal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure, decriminalizing the abuse of power) and a bill for pardon of detained persons, sparked the anger of people. Sunday gathered … Read More

Protests in Poland against fraud in voting laws and threats on media freedom
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Polish parliament was blocked these days by protesters, helped by opposition, with accusations of fraud in voting laws and threats on media freedom. Demonstrations were also held in several cities in Poland, including protests of environmentalists and miners. The demonstrators … Read More

The third day of violent anti-government protests in Kiev
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Protesters pro European Union continues to throw stones and Molotov cocktails in the police cordons. Police respond with tear gas grenades and rubber bullets. Batkivshchina party leader, Arseny Yatsenyuk, demands end of violence by the police, and the cancellation of … Read More

MySpace between developers and angry users
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MySpace tries to wake up and keep its leader position, by opening its doors to the developers, as did Facebook and many other social networks. Beginning with next week, on February 5, the site will become fully operational with documentation … Read More