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· June, 2006

Stories about Human Rights from June, 2006

Nepal: Story of an Internally Displaced Citizen of Nepal

UN Human Rights Council & Presidential Election

Several bloggers wrote about the presence of Saeed Mortazavi, Tehran chief prosecutor, in the Iranian delegation to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. A few bloggers tried to find...

Poland: Hungary In 1956 Vs Iraq Now

Serbia: Football and the EU

Russia: Ethnic Chinese in the Soviet Union

Barbados: New drivers’ licences

Ethiopia: Make tryanny history

Syrian Blogsphere in a Week

To start off with a rather hot topic, it's politics, with Ammar Abdulhamid asking THE question… How Secure Is the Assads Regime, Really? To many observers of Syrian affairs, especially...

China: Four months later

Indonesia Growing Good Blogs, Hatemails and Asia Blog Awards

Indonesia blogosphere this last two years has witnessed the growing and heartening development of good blogging and quality bloggers to cheer about. This, for most reason, due to the emergence...

Uzbekistan: Longer Andijon Video

Uzbekistan: German Prosecution

Hungary: George W. Bush Visit

Hungary: New Foreign Minister and Human Rights

The Balkans: Comment on Srebrenica

China: Revolution’s victims’ stories blogged, not forgotten (2/4)

Chinese blogger-journalist Ran Yunfei (冉云飞) has spent a large part of his life researching the stories of those painted, purged and persecuted as right wing elements during China's Cultural Revolution;...

Alaa Is Free

Award-winning Egyptian blogger and activist Alaa Seif al-Islam Abd al-Fattah walked out of Omraniya police station late this afternoon after spending 46 days in detention for attending a May 7...

Peace March from Seoul to Daechuri

Egypt: Rights lawyer remembered

Russia: Comparing the Chechen War to Iraq

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