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Let's Not Ban Mein Kampf

By the end of this year, Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf will fall out of copyright in Germany. This means that anyone will be allowed to legally reproduce the work, causing quite a debate about possible consequences. 448 more words


Censorship, December 21, 2005

This article discusses the present status of free speech in the media of Argentina. After many years of crude censorship most of the media are reluctant to talk openly about other more subtle forms of control of the Press. 252 more words


Kosovo subject to a court hearing for press freedom violation

Justice and the People Campaign three years ago filed a lawsuit in Pristina Municipal Court on behalf of the journalist Vedat Xhymshiti against the Ministry of Interior. 1,811 more words


[Crime & Punishment NEWS] 2 Sentenced In Slaying Of Army Reservist On Ga. Bike Path « CBS Atlanta

ATLANTA, Georgia – A Fulton County District Attorney got two consecutive life sentences plus 15 years each for two Fulton County youths who murdered an Army Reservist in 2013. 20 more words

Review: Waiting for Snow in Havana

Waiting for Snow in Havana
By Carlos Eire
(Free Press, Paperback, 9780743246415, 2004, 390pp.)

The Short of It:

A young boy’s take on Cuba before and after Fidel Castro. 409 more words

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