En aquesta pàgina resumim els fets que reben una cobertura més extensa a Global Voices.
On November 8, 2013 the devastating storm super typhoon Haiyan hit the islands of Central Philippines, caused a tsunami-like surge to kill more than 4000 people in an instant. Thousands more have been stranded in a wasteland that used to be their homes.
Our Special Coverage aims to highlight the faces of strength and survival rising from the deadly conflict that is raging in Syria.
Morsi's one-year reign as the President of Egypt has come to an end. Massive, coordinated protests calling for the senior leader of the Muslim Brotherhood to resign, swept across the country on June 30, 2013. Within three days, the Egyptian military responded by suspending the constitution and appointing an interim replacement for Morsi.
El que va començar com una protesta a Sao Paulo en què un grup s'oposava a l'augment del preu de les tarifes de l'autobús, s'ha convertit en un gran moviment de protesta a tot el Brasil contra la prioritat que el govern dona als preparatius de la Copa del Món del 2014.
This special coverage aims to give a voice to those normal people living with the social, political and financial consequences of Europe's financial bailouts, in Greece, Ireland and Portugal. But the series will not just be about protest – we hope to capture the breadth of reflection and debate that have been provoked in these countries by the bailouts, and feature ideas and alternatives that respond to the difficult times.