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19 August 2013

Stories from 19 August 2013

India-Bhutan Friendly Relations: A Reality Check

The Moscow Mayor's Mischievous Viral Marketing

RuNet Echo

Alexey Navalny turns the tables on those harassing him about financing, nationalism, and transparency.

30 Years Ago: Remembering The Anti-Tamil Pogrom And Riots In Sri Lanka

Churches Attacked in Upper Egypt

Saudi Judge to Jailed Activist: You Need a Lawyer? Aren't You a Man?

Umar Al-Saeed is the youngest ACPRA member to face trial and imprisonment for his opinions and activism. He is in jail because he refused to be interrogated without a lawyer.

Guatemalan Indigenous People Hold Peaceful Protests

Can the Movie “Elysium” Explain Immigration Today?

Elysium, a movie set in the year 2155 starring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster, attempts to offer an insight into the U.S. immigration system if comprehensive reform takes place

Kilombo Conference on Africa, Africans and Social Justice

China: Egypt's Bloody Crackdown Brings Back Memories of Tiananmen

PHOTO: Thousands Occupy Taiwan's Ministry of Interior and Paint Their Protest

Thailand Wants to Monitor Conversations on LINE App

The proposal is intended to monitor online threats to national security. LINE has 15 million subscribers in Thailand.

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