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· March, 2009

Stories about Law from March, 2009

Ukraine: Yushchenko's Constitution Proposal

Russia: Igor Sechin in WSJ

Cambodia: Evidence at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

Former Khmer Rouge rebels doubt there will be sufficient evidence to convict the five leaders waiting to stand trial at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal. Because the events occurred 30 years...

Pakistan: Tehreek-e-Taliban Claimed Responsibility

Haiti, U.S.A.: Immigration Reform

Cuba, Trinidad & Tobago: At the Summit

Puerto Rico: Murder Rate

Morocco: Different Names, Same Story

Despite outward progress, Morocco has faced a number of setbacks for press freedom over the past few years. Most recently, it was reported that Ali Anouzla and Jamal Boudouma, managing...

Macedonia: Student Protest Ends in Violence

Recently, the Macedonian government decided to build an Orthodox church with public financing on the main square of Skopje, a decision that the citizens of the city disapproved of. On...

Cambodia: Trial begins for Khmer Rouge leader

The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia began the first public hearing of Kaing Guek Eav, known as Duch. During the Khmer Rouge regime, Duch headed the infamous Tuol...

Afghanistan: Scandal with the Attorney General

Ukraine: Relations With Russia and Romania

Sri Lanka: Rain Water Harvesting Now Law

Trinidad & Tobago: Shouter Baptist Liberation

Barbados: Animal Cruelty

Paraguay: Ten Years Since Vice-President Argaña was Assassinated

Russia: The Oligarchs’ “Debt-Go-Round”

Russia, Italy: Putin's Namesake Arrested For Shoplifting

Poland: Justice System

Latvia: Data Inspectorate vs Penguin Movement

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