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13 February 2010

Stories from 13 February 2010

Russia: Copy-Paste Online To Become Illegal

Russia: More Prominent Reporters Go Online

Darfur: Youth Keep Crisis in the Spotlight

Though the major conflict has ceased in Darfur, in western Sudan, the continuing instability and ongoing attacks have been particularly harmful for the region's young people. But youth both within...

China: Red snippet campaign

Kazakhstan: About children and president's speech

The bloggers of Kazakhstan were talking about children and the President Nazarbayev's annual address to the nation. The kids topic, probably, aroused from the news about the death of Casey...

Uzbekistan: President Karimov's thoughts about media

Recently President Karimov again mentioned about leading role of mass-media in Uzbekistan. Considering sensitivity of this issue and increasing cases of pressure on independent journalists (i.e. thos who don’t work...

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan: A row on the border

Turkmenistan: Aside of crisis

Uzbekistan: Entry restricted for Kyrgyz citizens

Afghanistan: Prospects for exporting Baghlani Gouda

Macedonia: NGO's Statement on Internet Regulations by the State

Thailand: Ten helpful rules for politicians

Japan: Department Stores-ology

Thailand: Comprehensive water policy

Thailand: Love Care Station

Two Vietnam websites blocked

Pakistan: The Ban On Kyte-flying

Pakistan: Website Blocked AT IP Level

Bangladesh: Jhum Cultivation In The Hill Tracts

India: From ‘The Bangle Man’ To ‘The Bangle Shop’

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