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25 July 2011

Stories from 25 July 2011

Saudi Arabia Blocks Amnesty International's Website

Argentina: What Irritates Argentinians?

Argentinians and Twitter: a means to express what irritates them. On July 22, the hashtag #irritante (#irritating) became a local trending topic with protests and irritations about politics, traffic, neighbors...

Iran:Remembering Iranian prisoners in Persia, Iowa

Norway: Courtroom Doors Will be Closed

Tajikistan: Minors prohibited from visiting places of religious worship

Afghanistan: How aid ends up financing mansions in Dubai

Inside the Mind of the Norwegian Terrorist

Saudi Arabia: New Anti-Terror Law Crushes Protests

Amnesty International's leaked draft of the new Saudi anti-terror law has prompted a strong reaction to the proposed legislation. Twitter users are using the hashtag #SaudiTerrorLaw to voice their opinions.

China: Dead fishes

China: Death on the High Speed Rail

Bangladesh: Leadership Issues?

India: Insulting A Man By Insulting All Women

India: Should Colleges Make Attendance Voluntary?

Sri Lanka: Northern Local Government Elections