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3 August 2009

Stories from 3 August 2009

Venezuela: The Proposed Media Crimes Law

The Venezuelan Attorney General presented a bill that would "regulate" freedom of expression and prosecute individuals in the media who are causing a panic or disturbing the peace.

Ghana: Maker Faire Africa blog

Zambia: Do you know about Zambikes?

Bhutan: Ban on Meat Sales, Again

Pakistan: Celebration of Independence Day Via Twitter

Pakistan: A Simple Misunderstanding At Gojra

Pakistan: Justice Served?

On the 31st of July, Friday, a Pakistan court ruled that the previous president of Pakistan, General Pervez Musharraf's actions on 3rd of November, 2007, i.e. declaring an emergency and...

Iran: Anti riot police in Tehran

Iran: Faces of the Protest Movement's Victims

Bahamas, Puerto Rico: Education Failing?

Trinidad & Tobago: Do The Right Thing

Caucasus: An interview with Bart Woord

International Federation of Liberal Youth (IFLRY) Secretary General Bart Woord took time out to speak to Global Voices Online about the role new media can play in the region and...

India: Communal Hypocrisy

Bermuda: The End of Cricket?

Jamaica: Positive Samples

Guyana: Choosing Gladness

Aruba: Quiet Election Season

Bangladesh: Dr. Yunus Meets Madiba

Hong Kong: A 10-dollar coin to pledge against political harassment

During the protests over the demolition of Queen's Pier in 2007, two of the preservation activists Ho Loy and Chu Hoi-dick filed a judicial review (30-7-2007) against the secretary for...

Kyrgyzstan: Presidential Elections Are Over

Tolkun Umaraliev says the opposition candidates claim the election in Kyrgyzstan to be illegal. There is a confusion among media, both local and foreign, that candidates Nazaraliev and Atambaev have...

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