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· July, 2007

Stories about Protest from July, 2007

24 July 2007

Thailand: Anti-Coup Protest

Trinidad & Tobago: Medical Board Regulation

Bolivia: Historic Rally in La Paz Provides Opportunity for Journalism 2.0

A mass rally was held in La Paz to support that the Bolivian capital would remain in that city. Estimates place the attendance at close to one million. A few...

El Salvador: Vague Definition of “Attacks on Public Peace”

22 July 2007

Peru: Protests in Pucallpa Against Increased Fuel Tax

The Peruvian government announced that it will no longer provide tax benefits for fuel for residents of the jungle region of Pucallpa, where they claim the cheaper fuel is trafficked...

France: Protest against BNP & Denis Sassou-Nguesso

Angola: Blogging from inside the country (I)

With a total population estimated at just under 16 million, five years after the end of the thirty-year long civil war, the state telecommunications enterprise Angola Telecom’s fixed-line network still...

21 July 2007

Czech Rebublic: Surgical Castration

Bahrain: Does A PlayStation 2 Gun Count As A Weapon?

Bahrain's bloggers have moved on this week to comment on a protest held outside the Iranian Embassy in protest against an editorial by Iranian editor Hossein Shariatmadari, which started that...

China: Dispossessed farmers beaten

The local government wants to build a new administration tower, 240 farmers in Jiangxi province claim, but they don't even have enough to pay us back for the land it...

19 July 2007

Arabeyes: Saudi Women Fight for Men's Rights

Saudi women are grabbing the headlines once again - this time with a protest to demand the freedom of their husbands and kin arrested under 'terrorism' charges, in the conservative...

Iran:Why you do not leave country?

Israel: Gazans Protest Border Closure

Bahrain: Ban Rubber Bullets

Trinidad & Tobago: Helter Smelter