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· August, 2008

Stories about Law from August, 2008

Egypt: Respecting Traffic Lights

What does people's attitudes towards crossing the road have to do with where their country stands in the world? Egyptian blogger Egyptian in the USA brings us the answer in...

Pakistan: Honor and Murder

Zimbabwe: Dirty Politics

Thailand: People’s coup or putsch?

Since Tuesday, anti-government protesters have invaded Thailand’s Government House demanding the resignation of Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej. The rallyists, estimated to be as low as 3,000 to as high...

Appeal of Singapore-based Burmese patriots

Singapore: Blogger-dissident still in jail

Russia: Putin on CNN

Russia, Georgia: The Balkan Context

Guyana: ‘Fineman’ Killed

Brazil: Digital TV with Digital Rights Managements

Kenya: Reproductive Rights Bill Sparks Abortion Debate

A bill proposed by Kenyan women's rights groups, which would make it easier to have an abortion, has re-sparked the debate about legalizing abortion. The procedure is currently illegal in...

Haiti: Homes Being Destroyed

Barbados, Antigua: Digicel vs. Stanford

Venezuela: Yukpa Indians, Chávez and land disputes

Citizen media videos have been uploaded informing of the situation arising in Venezuela between the Yukpa Indians of the Perijá Mountains, landowners and President Chávez. This dispute over land limits...

South Korea: Leftwing Economist Arrested for Subversion

South Korea: Sex Offender Bracelet

Brazil: The rice war on indigenous land

Jamaica: Athletic Subversion

Haiti: Hurricane Gustav

China: Cop Killer's Case

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