Workshop “Politics on the Web! Political Reporting in Social Media in Cambodia”
DW Akademie is calling for applications for the workshop “Politics on the Web! Political Reporting in Social Media in Cambodia”. It will take place in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from December 5-9, 2016. Find out more in the links below.
Protesters in Iran clashed with police on Saturday, angry at the government over an increase in the price of gas. Traffic blocked roads after a night of demonstrations during which at least one person was killed.
In an unexpected move, China's People's Liberation Army have left their Hong Kong barracks to help the city tidy up after protests. Following Beijing's warnings of restoring order, the intervention left opinions divided.
The Sabarimala temple in southern India is one of the largest Hindu pilgrimage centers in the country. The complex has courted controversy as India's Supreme Court decides whether to lift a ban on women.
Violent incidents marred Sri Lanka's presidential election; gunmen fired at a bus transporting Muslim voters to the polls. This only magnified national security as a top priority for the 16 million eligible voters.
Sri Lankans will elect a new president on Saturday, months after the April attacks jilted confidence in the government. Despite 35 contenders running, the vote will likely be dominated by two prominent candidates.