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· February, 2008

Stories about Freedom of Speech from February, 2008

Serbia, Kosovo, U.S.: Diaspora Serbs

Russia: Election Roundup

Serbia, Kosovo: Lack of Trust

Serbia: Window For Slovenian Embassy

China: Chongqing's Pride

Zhang Xiaozhou's soccer game report has hurt Chongqing citizens’ pride. Students, representatives of people congress, and newspapers editors protested against the report and demanded the authority to punish the reporter....

Serbia: “Ray of Light in Tough Times”

Iranian web editor arrested for criticizing Khomeini’s grandson

Africa: Is Chinese influence eroding press freedom?

The BBC posted an interview with head of Reporters Without Borders Leonard Vincent commenting on the decline of press freedom in Africa over the past year. Ugandan blogger, Ugandan Insomniac,...

China: Thoughts and debates on the name-calling professor

The start was in fact very simple. In 2007, Professor Zhong Hua at Sichuan Normal University issued an article entitled Cultural Studies and the Lost of Literary Theory in the...

Poland: Giertych's Fear of Feminism

Serbia: Where is Facebook's Belgrade?

Egypt: Praying against Mubarak in the Metro

From an offer to give up a seat at the metro, to an impromptu protest against Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak. Eman Abdurahman brings us the story from Egypt.

Morocco: Blogger Quits

Kosovo, Serbia: A Roundup

Poland, U.K.: Football and Anti-Semitism

Estonia: National Identity

Czech Republic, Slovakia: 60 Years Since Communist Takeover

Russia, Ukraine: February 23

Russia: Lev Ponomarev; Solovetskiy Stone

Russia, U.S.: The New York Times’ Russian LJ

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