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21 July 2010

Stories from 21 July 2010

Taiwan: Driftwood in Tsengwen Reservoir

Mauritania: Sketching in Mauritania

Could Nigeria become a one-party state?

Mauritius: Wooden sculptures at Caudan

Israel: Conviction of “rape by deceit”

Sabar Kashur, an Arab resident of East Jerusalem, was charged with rape for posing as a Jewish bachelor in order to seduce a woman. He has been convicted to 18...

Poland: From accord to discord

Accessing Facebook in Vietnam

Vietnam: Proposed human rights agenda

Myanmar: Martyr's Day celebration 2010

Russia: Rumours of foreign policy west-turn exaggerated

Russia: Kremlin tweets go English

Russia: Nemtsov – no way!

Poland: Confusing conspiracies

Moldova: Shutting out the world

Latvia: Flexibility of falling finances

Russia: Staying power of penalism

South Korea: Modernizing Traditional Korean Clothes

South Korea: Dog Meat Debate

Information Bridging on the Case of Tibetan Environmentalist Karma Samdrup

The case of Tibetan environmentalist, businessman and philanthropist Karma Samdrup, who was sentenced to 15 years in prison on June 24, 2010 by a court in Xinjiang, has been highly...

Puerto Rico: the CAC games begin

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