Mar 24
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Image via Не дай русскому Facebook.
Opponents fight Russia's presence in Ukraine with grassroots sex boycott.
Mar 21
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A Turkish national flag is seen through a broken Twitter logo in this photo illustration made March 21, 2014. (REUTERS/DADO RUVIC)
Following a ban on Twitter, Turks defied government ruling to send a reported 17,000 tweets per minute.
Mar 21
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Afghan reporters are boycotting Taliban coverage after a deadly attack in Kabul that killed journalist Sardar Ahmed. (AFP/ WAKIL KOHSAR)
Reporters announce boycott on coverage of Taliban following deadly attack in Kabul.
Mar 20
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Photo via Twitter user @grantshapps.
UK Conservative Party chairman's tweet invites criticism and satire.
Mar 20
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Images via #notyourstereotype challenge.
Canada's indigenous challenge negative stereotypes.
Mar 20
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Activists dumped a truck load of 8 Million five-centime coins - representing one coin for every person living in Switzerland - at the Federal Square in front of the parliament building in Bern, Switzerland, 04 October 2013. (EPA/PETER KLAUNZER)
Could adopting unconditional basic income end poverty?
Mar 19
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Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan (centre), Government Secretary and Senator Anyim Pius Anyim (left), and conference chairman Justice Idris Kutigi arrive to attend the inauguration of the national conference in Abuja on March 17, 2014. (AFP/STRINGER)
As three-month-long conference begins, scepticism remains over its direction.
Mar 19
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High school students in Israel dress up as Ku Klux Klan members for Purim. (Image via MIZBALA.COM)
Israeli high school students' outfits generate criticism during Jewish holiday.
Mar 19
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#BornHere selfie campaign. Photo via Twitter user @Nasrdin_Dchar.
Politician in the Netherlands sparks online outcry after controversial remarks about immigrants.
Mar 19
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Photo via Flickr user Henrico Prins [Creative Commons]
A referendum will be held to consider changing the country's flag.

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