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· November, 2009

Stories about Law from November, 2009

Trinidad & Tobago: Responsible Drinking

Trinidad & Tobago: Loss of Mind?

China and Japan: Feng Zhenghu at Narita airport

Shanghai human rights activist Feng Zhenhu has been living and waiting in the hall of Japan's Narita airport since November 4 when he was barred from entering his own country...

Bahamas: “F” on Crime

Barbados, Guyana: Doctor Complicit?

Guyana: Dreaming of the Caribbean

Poland: Online Campaigning for the Rights of Employees

Sylwia Presley writes about the plight of and online campaigning by a group Polish citizens who work for IKEA via another, smaller, company called Solid Security: they claim to be...

Malawi: Should there be a Sex Workers Bill

Puerto Rico: Hate Crime Against Gay Teenager Causes Outrage

A horrendous murder has been committed against a gay teenager in Puerto Rico. The LGBT community has demanded that the crime be prosecuted under the Hate Crime Law. Bloggers react...

China and U.S.A: IPR Theft

Poland: Anonymous Blogger to Write About a Daily Tabloid

An anonymous journalist who used to work for a Polish daily tabloid called Fakt, started a new blog, BrukowiecStory ("TabloidStory" in English), in which he wants to write the truth...

Bangladesh: The Long Awaited Verdict

Disturbing Images Blogged on alleged Timor Assassin

Trinidad & Tobago: Social Media Crimefighting

Jamaica: Defence Against the Defence Force

Western Sahara: Aminatou Haidar Deported

Aminatou Haidar is a leading activist for independence of the Western Sahara (from Morocco). On Friday, November 13 when, upon returning to Laayoune (a city in the Western Sahara region),...

Barbados, Jamaica: Corruption Perception

Japan: Artist and morality

South Korea: Dual nationality

Poland: Creators of “Polish Rapidshare” Arrested

Earlier this month, the Polish police arrested creators and owners of OdSiebie.com service. The portal, which is currently down, was a clone of Rapidshare, and since its day one in...

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