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· September, 2008

Stories about Law from September, 2008

Slovakia: Hungarian Minority

Belarus: The Election

India: Plagiarism continues in MSM

Belarus: Greens fight for gay rights

China: Imprison for Faking Tiger

Egypt: Kidnapped Tourists Freed

Nineteen people, including foreign tourists, kidnapped in Egypt 10 days ago have been freed. Egyptian bloggers react.

Japan: The psychology of prostitution, and why it should be legalized

Trinidad & Tobago: Spiraling Murder Rate

Liberia: Update from Liberia's Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Blogger of the Week: Sami Ben Gharbia

This week's Blogger of the Week is none other than Global Voices Advocacy Director Sami Ben Gharbia, known for his dedication to the fight against oppression and censorship. Sami is...

Morocco: Schools Closing

Jamaica: Child Missing

Bangladesh: Bangla blogs are keeping Rahela alive

On 19th August 2004, a nineteen year old garment factory worker in Savar, Dhaka Bangladesh was mugged, gang raped, viciously slashed and then left to die in the thickety Jahangir...

Russophone Bloggers Discuss the U.S. Presidential Candidates

Last week, Israel-based LJ user avva asked his Russophone readers - some of whom are eligible to vote in the upcoming U.S. election - whether they supported Barack Obama or...

Jordan: An Illustrated Accident

Jordan: Think before you Fire

Mexico: Age of Terrorism

Jamaica, Senegal: Wife Beater

Japan: Prosecutors want 1.5 years for bulletin board comment

Russia: Sakhalin Salmon

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