Will the increased number of women at the Olympic Games influence the global equality?

But it shouldn’t be only about the female athletes. Only 17% of decision making positions in the Olympic sport bodies are held by women.
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The gay marriages will be legal in France from 2013

Was this announcement expected with the new Socialist government? Would you say it will meet some real opposition within the French society?

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Sticker Lady: Is Singapore changing?

You can find a big headlines in international press like  – Sticker Lady tests Singapore leaders.

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Tony Nicklinson’s story: Could euthanasia be lawful in some cases in the UK?

A Hight Court will decide if Tony Nicklinson has the right to die.

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Global poll: One in four thinks that the free enterprise system needs to be replaced

GlobeScan Chairman Doug Miller commented: The broad and deepening sense of economic unfairness seen in this poll will continue to shape the political agenda in many countries and fuel further protests.

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Inaki Urdangarin: The damage is done

There are indications that The Duke of Palma, Inaki Undangarin was involved in a corruption behavior and he appears in court today.

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Ireland: The debate on abortions reopens on 20th anniversary of the X case

More about the X case. (from Wikipedia)

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Saudi blogger likely faces a severe punishment for tweets about the Prophet Mohammed

Hazma Kashgari even faces a possible death sentence.

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China’s one-child policy in Year of the Dragon

We can expect a birth jump in Year of the Dragon.

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Mexico: Drug cartels vs social networks and media

If social networks and media could help to topple long-standing regimes, why not the cartels?

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