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· October, 2009

Stories about Law from October, 2009

Ukraine: Swine Flu (and Some Election Politics)

On Oct. 30, after a few days of alarming reports on an outbreak of respiratory illness in western Ukraine, the first swine flu-related death was confirmed, and PM Tymoshenko ordered...

Maldives: Shariah Law In The Penal Code

Paraguay: Addressing the Growing Security Concerns

The recent kidnapping of a cattle rancher has stirred up debate about who is ultimately responsible for the security concerns and whether the blame placed on President Fernando Lugo is...

Trinidad & Tobago: Death Penalty

Antigua & Barbuda: Ending Gender Violence

Barbados: Key Professions

Guyana: Restorative Justice

South Korea: Foreign gangs

Russia: “Twitter Against Tyrants”

Russia: Riot Police vs “Senior Citizens”

The Balkans: Open Letter to Amnesty International

Slovakia, Hungary: “Linguistic Discontents”

Slovenia, Croatia: Updates on Border Dispute

Uruguay: Two Plebiscites Fail to Pass

On the same day as the Presidential elections in Uruguay, voters did not pass two plebiscites that would have given Uruguayans abroad the right to vote and the annulment of...

Argentina: Victims’ Testimony Against Members of Military Dictatorship

Anguilla: No News is Bad News

Jamaica: Police Corruption

Russia: Khodorkovsky's Case, 6 Years On

The Balkans: Karadzic's Trial; Plavsic’s Release

Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia: “Dumping Grounds for People”

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