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30 July 2008

Stories from 30 July 2008

Italy: A National Registry for Roma People?

Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi's new right wing Cabinet recently launched plans to carry out a national registration of all Roma people in Italy, including fingerprints of all children. Italy...

Serbia: More on Belgrade Rally

Ukraine: EU and NATO

No to Kuwait's New Internet Law

Kuwaiti bloggers are angry at a proposed new Internet Law, which they claim would make their days as free bloggers numbered, after Attorney General Hamad Al Othman announced that a...

Moldova, Ukraine: Floods

Russia: Prostitution To Be Legalised?

Lithuania: President Abstains from Attending Olympics

Russia: An Expat Exodus?

Russia: Military Service Exchanged for Construction Work?

Belarus: Failed States Index

Russia: 30 July in History

China: All shook up by the torch relay

It's a double-edged Olympic torch. Veteran sports journalist Guan Jun shares a short sketch on his Beijing Olympics blog of how disruptive preparations for the torch relay proved to be...

Russia: Evictions in Sochi for 2014 Winter Olympics

Ukraine: Protests Against Image as a “Brothel of Europe”

Russia: Calls for Reinstating Regional Elections

Saudi Arabia: On the move…or not

The journey, not the arrival matters? Two bloggers from Jeddah would disagree. They have both been having problems getting from one place to another: one in Jeddah itself and the...

Syria: Forgotten Prisoners and Real Heros

An Egyptian prisoner is still being held in an Israeli jail, according to reports being posted by bloggers, in the aftermath of the Prisoner swap between Israel and Hezbollah. Razan...

Libya: Beautiful Oasis

South Africa: Introducing Carbon Tax

Barbados: What happened to I'Akobi Tacuma Maloney?

After a young Rastafari man died during a suspicious encounter with Barbados police, Rastafari activists and other Barbadian bloggers used online resources to ask hard questions and campaign for justice.

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