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· October, 2009

Stories about Law from October, 2009

Ukraine: Interview With A Drug Addict

Hungary: 1956

Hungary: Dual Citizenship

Hungary: Update on ‘Nap-Kelte’ Talk Show

Reunion: Creole becomes second official language

Bangladesh: Sidewalk Bookseller World And Best Sellers

Thailand: New law on rallies

Bahamas: Homosexual Rights

Haiti, D.R.: Escalating Tensions

Czech Republic: Lisbon before court

Bangladesh: Doctors Need To Be Disciplined

Bermuda: PATI Problems

Peru: The Abortion Debate

The abortion debate in Peru has reemerged due to a bill that has been approved in the Special Committee of the Penal Code in the Peruvian Congress, which would decriminalize...

Colombia: Solidarity With Hiperbarrio After Library Robbery

After a robbery of the La Loma Library in Medellín, Colombia, the home of the Hiperbarrio citizen media project, an outpouring of support and solidarity was sent from around the...

Trinidad & Tobago: Trini To The Bone?

Haiti: No Justice?

China: A foreigner’s life in a Beijing jail

Russia: Soviet Legacy and Street Names

A few weeks ago, it seemed as if every single Russian blogger took the time to write something about the re-naming of Anti-Soviet Shish Kebab Restaurant in Moscow, a dissident...

Puerto Rico: Crime Solution?

Russia: Stalin's Grandson vs Novaya Gazeta

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