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· December, 2007

Stories about Protest from December, 2007

Armenia: Another Blogger Outraged at Azerbaijan Event

The Balkans: Fighting Genocide Deniers

The Balkans: A Blogroll, Sort Of

Macau: March for democracy and end to corruption

Cambodia: Monks Stopped From Petitioning

Bloggers outside and inside Cambodia are discussing the violent dispersal of monks who wanted to petition Vietnamese Embassy in Phnom Penh for unfair detainment of a Cambodian monk and Vietnam's...

Armenia: Media Protest

Japan: The battle of HCV victims

Stories about tainted blood products are nothing new in Japan. In the 1980s, patients with hemophilia contracted HIV from tainted blood products, the result negligence on the part of the...

Russia, Moldova: Interview With Natalia Morar

Bolivia: Two Regions, Two Documents

December 15 marked a pivotal day in Bolivia, when two regions celebrated their newly created documents. In La Paz, members of the ruling party formally presented a controversial Constitution. On...

The Politics of Cleaning Up Dakar

Georgia: Media Ownership

Russia, Moldova: Natalia Morar's Expulsion

Soviet History: 1963 Race Rally

Armenia: Protest Highlights Blogging

Bahrain: Demonstrator Dies

South Korea: Civil Organization to Expel All Illegal Aliens

Japan: Final Report on Internet Regulation

The idea that a country boasting one of the world's most active net cultures would attempt to regulate online content within its borders may appear to some as infeasible. But...

China: Bullog's top stories of 2007

Is it top ten year-end list time yet? Bullog International blogger Song Shinan gives us eight choices [zh] in a vote for blog story of the year at Bullog, the...

Russia, Belarus: Putin's Visit

Philippines: Jeepney Drivers Launch Strike

Jeepney drivers in many parts of the Philippines did not ply their routes today to protest oil price increases which they branded as “unwarranted”, “unchecked” and “oppressive”. A Jeepney in...

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