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· September, 2008

Stories about Law from September, 2008

23 September 2008

Kuwait: YouTube Ban Lifted

News about YouTube being blocked in Kuwait hit the headlines yesterday, with bloggers frustrated over what they described as yet another intrusion on freedom of speech in their country. The...

Jordan: Honour Crimes Condoned

Ecuador: The Concern for Citizen Safety

Ecuador's economic difficulties are said to be one of the chief causes of crime around the country. Much of it is caused by the unemployed, who will find alternatives to...

Russia: Svetlana Bakhmina

22 September 2008

Ukraine: MTV and Domestic Violence

Estonia: Top-ranking official in spy scandal

India: Police and politics

Bangladesh: migrant worker rights

Angola: Luxurious flats for the rich, soaring rent for the poor

Land and property speculation in Luanda is one of the causes of the significant increase in housing prices in the Angolan capital. In this article, Clara Onofre investigates how luxury...

21 September 2008

Jordan: A Popular Cafe Shut Down in Ramadan Crackdown

A popular cafe in in the Jordanian capital Amman was shut down by police for serving alcohol and food during Ramadan, among reasons. The action sparked a debate on the...

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