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· August, 2011

Stories about Law from August, 2011

Costa Rica: Bloggers on Anti-Tobacco Law

China: 77-year-old female kneels down, naked, in front of courthouse to protest land grab

India: Reaction To The Kashmir Mass Graves

India: Acid Survivor Denied Access To Mumbai College

Cuba: Sixth Sunday vs. Women

Trinidad & Tobago: Missed Opportunity re: Teen Video?

Trinidad & Tobago: Saving a Life

Cuba: Las Damas & the Archbishop

Trinidad & Tobago: Thoughts on the SoE

Trinidad & Tobago: The “Granny Quilla” Video

Ecuador: Journalist Sentenced to Prison for Defamation Flees Country

South Korea: Pop Music Censorship Meets with Strong Opposition

More than 2,600 South Korean pop songs have been censored in the past two years for their "hazardous" lyrics. One entertainment agency, however, filed a lawsuit against the government that...

Cameroon: Deeply homophobic laws

Pakistan: Praying For Shahbaz Taseer

Shahbaz Taseer, the son of slain Punjab Governor Salman Taseer, was kidnapped in the broad day light in Lahore. Many Pakistani netizens are sharing their shock and are joining in...

Lebanon: New Internet Prices

Bangladesh: Medical Negligence Go Unpunished

Cuba: Woman Evicted

Trinidad & Tobago: “The Real Reason” for SoETT

Barbados: Wait & See for SoETT

Jamaica: Disrespecting Garvey

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