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· August, 2010

Stories about Law from August, 2010

Hungary: More on Béla Biszku's Case

Trinidad & Tobago: Crime & Punishment

Guyana: Domestic Violence

Hungary: Foreign Media on Orbán's Government

Russia: Kaliningrad Politics

Taiwan: Call for legal community to speak out

China: Prostitution, Reality, Hypocrisy and Human Lives

What good does punishing women involved in the sex trade do when the gangs, corporations, and clients are left largely untouched?

India: The Security Of Electronic Voting Machines

India: Deadly Journalism

Sri Lanka: Protesting Animal Slaughter

Trinidad & Tobago: CoP

Russia: Bloggers Accuse Pro-Kremlin Youth Leader in Minor Abuse

China: Fujian Netizen, Fan Yanqiong, Released from Prison

The last of the Fujian 3 netizens still in prison, Fan Yanqiong, was quietly released today on medical parole with nearly a year remaining on her sentence. Watch He Yang's...

Hong Kong and the Philippines: The uncovered truth of the 823 tragedy

Pakistan: Muslim Women And Non-Muslim Men

Lebanon: Giving Palestinian Refugees the Right to Work

Lebanon is home to over 400,000 Palestinian refugees, who are not allowed to own property, cannot access the health care system, and need a special permit to leave their refugee...

Trinidad & Tobago: Unique Deal

Jamaica: Policing Style

China: Death Sentence Given To Ex-Police Internet Supervisory Department Head

China: Riot police beat up Henan football fans

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