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· February, 2007

Stories about Law from February, 2007

Ukraine: Volodymyr Shcherban

The Balkans: Bloggers Discuss the ICJ Verdict

On Monday, after nearly ten months of deliberation, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) declared that the 1995 Srebrenica Massacre was an act of genocide, but that the pattern of...

Sudan: names of genocide suspects

Madagascar: Expulsions in France questioned

(courtesy of sarkostique) Stemming from ongoing racial tensions and amplified by the riots of last summer, fear of immigrants led the French ministry of homeland security to crack down on...

Cambodia: Banning Ads

Albania: Property Rights

Senegal: Thumbs Down for the Minister of Justice

China: Government study tours questioned

Somewhat related to this recent post, Sichuan province Writer's Association member and Strong China blogger Li Hongzhi looks at a recent decision from the organizational department of the provincial Communist...

India: Quattrocchi in Argentina

Sri Lanka: Saddam and the Sri Lankans

Tunisia, France: How To Wash the Dirty Laundry At Home

Egypt: Has Sadawi Escaped?

Egypt: Kareem Case Appeal Date Set

The Balkans: Reactions to the ICJ's Verdict

Bangladesh: Arrested, now what?

Trinidad & Tobago: Thank a policeman

Bahrain: Political Activisits Released

Free Kareem: Egyptian Bloggers Speak Out

The sentencing of Egyptian blogger Kareem Nabeel Sulaiman to four years in prison for articles he wrote in his personal blog may have come as a shock to many around...

Romania: Claudia Schiffer Banned

Poland: Anti-Euthanasia, Anti-Missile, Anti-Semitism

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