Al-Jazeera journalists sentenced to three-year in prison. What does it mean for Egypt?

Egypt gives Al-Jazeera journalists three-year sentence. From your point of view what does this sentence tells us (if anything) about Egypt’s regime? Read few comments.

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European Games: Another tool how to polish Aliyev’s image?

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Anything what the world can do about Raif Badawi prison sentence, lashes?

,,Corporal punishment is unacceptable and contrary to human dignity,” said the statement of the EEAS as Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Court has upheld the sentence of 1,000 lashes and 10 years of imprisonment on blogger Raif Badawi. How do you see this situation, please, would you say that the international community has some leverage (and what kind of, if any) on Riyadh to prevent the punishment? Read few comments.

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International Women’s Day could be happier

According to media reports Vatican, Iran, Russia and other nations resist UN efforts to stop sexual violence against women. The objections are based on the argument about the different cultures and religion.

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2012 Sakharov Prize goes to Nasrin Sotoudeh and Jafar Panahi

Two Iranian imprisoned activists, lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh and film director Jafar Panahi, are this year’s joint winners of the European Parliament Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought. They were chosen by president Martin Schulz and political group leaders.

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Changes in the Muslim world and women’s rights

Experts: The West should listen to the Muslim women.

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Hu Jintao: A lot still needs to be done in China over human rights

What was the Chinese President talking about?

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