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3 August 2010

Stories from 3 August 2010

Taiwan: KMT undermines media independence

Lebanon: Loving the army

Lebanon: What got them into blogging

Lebanon: Colorful garbabe bins

Honduras: Fines for Not Destroying Mosquito Breeding Grounds

Ecuador: Guayaquil Protest Against Informal Sale of Pets

Morocco: A Benevolent Capitalist?

Bahrain: Towards a Liberal Bahrain

Palestine/Israel: Paul and Peace

Israel: The Razing of Al Araqeeb

Bahrain: Shooting Bats

Morocco: Petitioning for the decriminalisation of homosexuality

Pakistan: Karachi Burns Again

India: Kashmiris In Despairs

Pakistan: Stigma Against The Girl Child

Flood Wreaks Havoc In Pakistan

Some 1.5 million people in Pakistan are affected by the worst flood in the last 80 years, and the death toll has mounted to 1100. While the response of Pakistan's...

South Korea: Samsung, patriots and the iPhone

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS, the world's largest technology company, is based in the Republic of Korea. South Koreans glow with pride when they introduce the company’s products to foreigners, and often criticisms...

South Korea: Personal Information Requirement Halted For the Moment

In South Korea, a deal that could trigger mass personal information leakage was blocked at the last minute by public opposition. As one Korean portal giant’s attempt to gather private...