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· October, 2010

Stories about Law from October, 2010

Vietnam: Analysis on blog arrests

Pakistan: Who’s perception is this?

South Africa: South Africans end week of “secrecy bill” protests

CEE: IKEA

Cuba: Restricted Access

Bahamas: Set a Better Example

Cuba: Standard of Living

Barbados: Another Fire

Guyana: Just Say “Hell, No”!

Saudi Arabia: A Genie for your Thought!

Russia: Blogger Navalny Tries to Prove That Fighting Regime is Fun

One of the most prominent Russian bloggers that use the Internet for fighting corruption in Russia, Alexey Navalny, gives interview to "RuNet Echo" He contemplates if the blogosphere can have...

Haiti: Upcoming Elections

Ecuador: Seeking Those Responsible for September 30 Uprising

After almost one month since the September 30 police strike, things in Ecuador have calmed down; but investigations to determine who is responsible for the uprising have continued, and Ecuadorians...

Haiti: MINUSTAH

Bahamas: The Time Is Now

Bangladesh: Land Grab And Protests

In Rupganj, Bangladesh land-owners protested acquiring of land for an army housing project and they clashed with the security forces leaving 50 people injured and one dead. Bloggers react angrily.

Chile: Natividad Llanquileo, voice of the Mapuche hunger strike

Natividad Llanquileo was the spokesperson of the Mapuche prisoners that were on hunger strike for more than 80 days; she is 26 years old and a law student. Media from...

Trinidad & Tobago: “Anansi Antics”

Brazil: changes made to digital crimes bill

Kazakhstan: Fake repatrates scandal

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