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· July, 2011

Stories about Law from July, 2011

United Arab Emirates: Adjournment of Blogger Ahmed Mansour's Tria

Practicing legal profession in Vietnam

China: Journalist Beaten by Police for Reporting on Riot

U.S.A., Japan: The US Declares War On The Japanese Mafia

Ukraine: Timoshenko Facing the Law

Kenya: Facebook Should Unfriend John Mwau

A Kenyan blogger, Daudi Were, has raised an interesting question about whether the U.S. government will be willing to enforce the Kingpin Act against Facebook for apparently doing business with...

El Salvador: National Assembly Repeals Decree 743 Requiring Unanimity on Constitutional Court

Bangladesh: Indigenous or Not Indigenous, That Is The Question

In recent months many Bangladeshi indigenous people have taken the streets holding meetings, human chains and rallies, demanding constitutional recognition of their identity. Bloggers also voice their opinions on this...

Haiti: Martelly's Promises

Cuba: Call for Justice in Death of Teen

Ukraine: Timoshenko Case Turning Sour

The Balkans: Trials of Ratko Mladić and Goran Hadžić

EU, Poland: Airport Body Scanners; Shaminder Puri's Case

Belarus: Schengen Visa=Guilty

Belarus: Overview of Political and Economic Situation

Bermuda: Waiting in Vain for PATI

Jamaica: Unimpressed with Minaj

Russia: Policeman that Promised to “Rob and Kill” Dismissed

China: Chengguan kill handicapped street vendor in daylight

Russia: Megafon/Yandex Text Message Leak

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