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· June, 2009

Stories about Law from June, 2009

Russia: Another journalist death

Puerto Rico: For Shame!

Jamaica: Hangings to Resume

The Balkans: Agim Ceku

Bangladesh: Sacking Of Army Officers

Ecuador: State Contracts With President's Brother Raise Concerns

Contracts between the state petroleum company and several private companies raised some eyebrows when it was discovered that the brother of current president Rafael Correa was a member of some...

Russia: Crackdown on casinos and gambling

Trinidad & Tobago: Taking Issue

Kyrgyzstan: “Fight Piracy!” Action

Iranian officials ‘crowd-source’ protester identities

Iranian protesters appearing in widely disseminated online photos from the ongoing post-election demonstrations in Iran, are now being targeted on website of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. It shows images...

Russia: Letter to Khodorkovsky

Trinidad & Tobago: Blogging about Crime

Angola: New highway code in action

Discussions around the changes brought by the new Angolan highway code have been taking place on the blogosphere and divided society. On one hand, the new code is seen as...

Trinidad & Tobago: Police Station Murder

Ukraine: MP Viktor Lozynsky's Case

Togo Abolishes Death Penalty

Togo's National Assembly voted on Tuesday to end the death penalty for all crimes, making it the 15th member of the African Union to abolish capital punishment.

Palestine: Fighting For Their Land In The Canadian Courts

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Breaking the Silence

Belarus: Death penalty and Europe

Russia: Views on Events in Iran

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