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7 August 2009

Stories from 7 August 2009

Egyptian Blogger Harassed at Cairo Airport (Again!)

Hungary, Ukraine: Illegal Stem Cell Therapy

Last week, four people were arrested in Hungary on suspicion of giving illegal stem cell treatments, some of which were carried out in hotel rooms and private homes around the...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Cost of Propaganda

Guyana, Barbados: Barbadians First

Trinidad & Tobago: The Spin Factor

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Economic Outlook

Bermuda: Addressing Inequality

India: Violation Of Human Rights

Pakistan: The Death Of Baitullah Mehsud

Japan: Reactions to the Japanese tourist rip-off in Italy

Japanese tourists in Rome are said to have diminished in the last period. Not only the economic crisis but also the bad service that Italian restaurants and hotels provide to...

Bangladesh: Social Status And Definition Of Sexuality

Bangladesh, India: Protesting The TipaiMukh Dam

Fake eggs in Myanmar

Brunei retirement age now at 60

China: Prostitutes more trustworthy than government officials

A startling result of an online survey of more than 3,376 people published by Insight China magazine reveals that China's prostitutes are considered by some to be more trustworthy than...

Myanmar: Buddhists Outraged by Actor's Photo

A controversial photo of a Burmese actor and his friends wearing saffron robes was posted on a popular Burmese blog, creating a severe outrage within the Burmese Buddhist community. GV...

Alex Castro: A liberal, libertarian and libertine Brazilian blogger

In this interview, Brazilian blogger Alex Castro talks about blogs, the prisons which enslave the human soul how he escaped them to live as a libertarian, and of course, about...

Iran: Free Abtahi Campaign

Georgia: Blogger reportedly targetted by Facebook, Twitter attack

Iran: “Ahmadinejad a phenomenal politician”

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