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· November, 2007

Stories about Freedom of Speech from November, 2007

Syria: Even Amazon is Blocked

Egypt: Activist's Yahoo Account Suspended

Egypt: Seven Years for Murder

Egyptian bloggers this week rejoice over the imprisonment of corrupt police officers, who tortured a carpenter to death. The celebration is all the more special, following the sentencing of men...

China: Fake Confession on Fake Tiger

China: Editor's House Raided by Police

Russia: “Enemies of Russia”=”Enemies of the People”?

Russia: Video Interview With Ludmila Alekseeva

Russia: ‘Civilized’ Falsifying

Russia: Minor Attacks on the Opposition

China: Taxing Post-graduate Student

Czech Republic: Discussion of Actress’ Son's Death Banned

Belarus: Rock Music and the Regime

Russia: Double Standards

Russia: Pre-Election Update

Uzbekistan: Stop Deportation of Asylum Seeker!

“Until this day I believed in freedom of media and its role in civil liberties in this country [Great Britain]. But information I have read today slightly changed my mind”,...

Bolivia: Writing For Indymedia

Egypt: YouTube Disables Activist's Account

A storm is brewing in the Egyptian blogosphere after video hosting site You Tube removed several videos featuring policemen torturing victims from their site. "This is by far the biggest...

Russia: Muslims on the Web

Russia: Kasparov's Hunger Strike

Poland: Kapuściński's Translators

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