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18 March 2010

Stories from 18 March 2010

South Africa: What are your rights when stopped at a roadblock?

Nigeria: The State of the Union

Egypt: And the IslamOnline strike continues

The IslamOnline employees sit-in continues in Cairo, Egypt, after 250 employees were given their notice. The disgruntled employees are livestreaming, blogging and using Twitter to broadcast their plight. Mohamed El...

South Korea: Ohmynews feeling

China: The first case of naked government

Russia: Authorities Shut Down File Sharing Service

Uganda: LGBT activist to speak in NY

Peru: The Pardon of José Enrique Crousillat

Former Peruvian television businessman José Enrique Crousillat had been serving a jail sentence for accepting bribes, when he was granted a pardon by President Alan García for humanitarian reasons, and...

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