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· November, 2011

Stories about Law from November, 2011

Malaysia: Netizens React to ‘Peaceful Assembly Bill’

The Malaysian Parliament has approved the Peaceful Assembly Bill which gives police broad powers to control and even ban street assemblies and protests. Activists described the measure as an attack...

Cambodia: Law on Prison Labor

Bermuda: Public Debate about Crime Reduction Methods?

Ukraine: Government Gives In to Pressure, Bans Killing of Stray Dogs

Ukraine: Update on Jailed Ex-PM Yulia Tymoshenko; Donetsk Protests

Cuba: Mariela's Red Light Comment

Barbados: Response to Crime Affecting Tourism?

Latin America: A Conversation with Carolina Botero about Intellectual Property

Juan Arellano chats with Carolina Botero, one of the Latin American representatives of Creative Commons, about intellectual property in the region, how indigenous communities can make use of it, and...

Guyana: Calling Violence Against Women by Name

Trinidad & Tobago: Assassination Claim Red Herring?

Cuba: Entrepreneurship & Home Ownership

Guyana: Election Day

Thailand: Profile of Lese Mejeste Violator

Philippines: City Launches Online Codification of Ordinances

Malaysia: Opposition to Peaceful Assembly Bill

Zambia: Cash Dug Out From Ex-Minister's Farm Shocks Nation

Zambia’s investigative units recently dug out nearly US$ 466,000, buried in the ground at a farm belonging to former minister, Austin Liato. Zambians on various social networking sites have reacted...

South Korea: Judge's Facebook Post Criticizing Free Trade Deal Went under Fire

Russia: “Anti-Gay” Bill Postponed Till Nov. 30

Russia: Siberian Light's This Week in Russia Blogs #1

Bahamas: Male Violence Against Women

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