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· January, 2010

Stories about Law from January, 2010

Ukraine: UK Ambassador's Ukrainian Vocabulary

Serbia, Russia: Author Awarded for Book on Ratko Mladić

Belarus: LGBT Issues

Tajikistan: Judges seek to silence press

Serbia: “No” to NATO

Russia: CJR Piece on the Media

Russia: Opposition Blogger Finally Gets Permission To Leave Country

Trinidad & Tobago: iThink, therefore iPad

Haiti: The Politics of Recovery

The last thing that Haiti needs as it faces the monumental task of recovering from the earthquake that devastated Port-au-Prince and its environs on January 12 is a lack of...

Nigeria: Uzoma Okere wins court case against the army

Bangladesh: A Trial Ends After 34 Years – Closure At Last?

Bangladesh authorities executed five ex-army officers for their role in the 1975 assassination of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman - the country's independence leader and its first President. Bloggers share their reactions...

Russia: Political Dossier Web Site Shut Down

China: Threatened by American Internet censorship

Reactions from Chinese programmers to's decision to follow American law and block users from several countries include suggestions for how to work around American censorship of the global Internet.

Belarus: Politics and Economy Update

Russia: Draft Law to Limit Daytime Access to Explicit Online Content

Russia: Lyudmila Alexeyeva; “Zhivago's Children”

Bermuda: “How did we get here?”

China: Animal cruelty law

Trinidad & Tobago: Crime Rate

Sri Lanka: Election Irregularities

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