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US Senator Urges Burma to Free Political Prisoners

U.S. Senator John McCain, ending a three-day visit to Burma, called on the government to free its more than 2,000 political prisoners and quickly implement democratic reforms. McCain told a news conference Friday that it was clear from his meetings

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The Top Three Countries That Censor The Internet

Even though recent times have wavered my reliance in The United States Federal Government, I am still glad I live here. We still have the freedom (for now) to hold open discussions on the internet through blogs, social networks, etc.

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Top 10 Countries That Censor The Internet

Top 10 Countries That Censor The Internet

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#16. US Presidents Charged with Crimes Against Humanity as Universal Jurisdiction Dies in Spain

In October 2009, under great pressure from the United States, the government of Spain decided to limit its own jurisdiction in cases of genocide and crimes against humanity, thus closing one of the last windows of accountability for the most

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