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· August, 2010

Stories about Human Rights from August, 2010

26 August 2010

Malawi: Bloggers discuss freedom of speech and 2014 election

Malawian bloggers are currently discussing the nomination of Malawian president's brother as the ruling party presidential candidate for 2014 elections and recent arrest of a Presbyterian senior pastor Rev Levi...

Russia: Noize MC's New Song

Northern Cyprus: Rihanna's Concert

Hungary: More on Béla Biszku's Case

Guyana: Domestic Violence

China: Prostitution, Reality, Hypocrisy and Human Lives

What good does punishing women involved in the sex trade do when the gangs, corporations, and clients are left largely untouched?

25 August 2010

Iran: Blogger May Face Charge of ‘Waging War Against God’

There is a growing concern that Shiva Nazar Ahari, a jailed human rights activist and blogger may be charged with moharbeh (waging war against God/enmity against God) in an upcoming...

India: The Security Of Electronic Voting Machines

India: Deadly Journalism

Sri Lanka: Protesting Animal Slaughter

Mexico: What About the Dead Women of Juárez?

Cuba: Additional Releases

Russia: Bloggers Accuse Pro-Kremlin Youth Leader in Minor Abuse

China: Fujian Netizen, Fan Yanqiong, Released from Prison

The last of the Fujian 3 netizens still in prison, Fan Yanqiong, was quietly released today on medical parole with nearly a year remaining on her sentence. Watch He Yang's...

23 August 2010

Chile: 33 Trapped Miners Are Alive

33 miners trapped inside a collapsed copper and gold mine in northern Chile confirmed on a small note that all of them are alive inside a shelter, thus revitalizing search...

Guinea Bissau: Videos about Water Scarcity

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