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· May, 2008

Stories about Law from May, 2008

Russia: Medvedev and 1999 Apartment Bombings

Brazil: PeBodyCount joins Brazilian Disarmament Network

Ukraine, Russia: Personae Non Gratae

On May 12, Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov was declared persona non grata in Ukraine, following his calls for Russia to take ownership of Sevastopol, a Ukrainian Black Sea naval port....

Thailand: Websites closed for “talking” about monarchy

Singapore blogger dares Lee Kuan Yew to sue him

Puerto Rico, U.S.A.: Imagine That Conversation

Bangladesh: Compromised Media

Ever since Bangladesh was put under a state of emergency by an interim government supported by the military it was a testing time for Bangladesh media. The credibility of Bangladesh’s...

Japan and U.S: Jurisdiction Agreement

Bahamas: Social Breakdown?

Trinidad and Tobago: Shame

Romania: Corruption

Bulgaria: Stoev's Murder and Anonymous Blogging

Greece: Macedonian Party

Kosovo: “Failure to Get More Recognitions”

Egypt: Torture Acceptable

China: Chinese Red Cross on corruption watch

Bloggers continue to monitor earthquake corruption, as they wait for the truth to come out as to why so many school buildings collapsed so easily in this month's massive earthquake....

Bangladesh: A cartoonist and the state

Guyana: Copyright Laws

China: No Corruption in Building Schools

India: Homosexuality and the Law

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