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· July, 2007

Stories about Labor from July, 2007

Latvia: U.S. Visa Humiliation

China: Citywide taxi strike

It seems the ten thousand taxi drivers in one Chinese city have all gone on strike, bloggers are making this much clear. Local media appears not to be reporting on...

Philippines: I am not Plastic

Israel: No Fun for Palestinian Children

Cuba: Castro's Keynote Speech

Iran:International support for two jailed worker activists

China: Hiding Up The Shirtless Migrant Workers?

Hong Kong: Union Organizer Arrested

Nepal: The Gulf for Nepalis

Czech Republic: Ukrainian Kids Abandoned

Latvia: Latvians in Ireland

Arabeyes: Online Democracy, Water Conservation and Crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood Activists

This week's Arabic translation has good and bad news. On the good side is a pioneering scheme by Jordan to publish draft laws online and give people the chance to...

Jordan: Challenging Women

Russia: Complications of Residence Permit System

South Korea: New Labour Law

China: An anti-slavery law for China?

Arabeyes: A Protest for Every Citizen, Al Qaeda and Iranian Provocation

Locked doors at a university campus, daily demonstrations on busy main roads, an article attacking Bahrain in an Iranian newspaper, Al Qaeda's attacks in North Africa and the death of...

Jordan: Little Black Box

Hong Kong: Rubbish Collection Container

Russia: The “BAMers”

Russian photographer Oleg Klimov is on a work trip across Russia and has been on the road since June 23. Read his sketch on the Baikal-Amur Mainline: once "the construction...

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