A year in review

Lèse majesté is the crime of violating majesty, an offense against the dignity of a reigning sovereign or against a state. In October 2007 a 47-year-old man was fined 400 € for lèse majesté in The Netherlands when he called Queen Beatrix a “whore” and described several sexual acts he would like to perform on her to a police officer.
За сто лет ничего не изменилось.

Feuding Korean clans end 400-year fight over graves
After nearly 400 years, a few killings and scorned pleas from a king, two powerful clans have settled one of the longest-standing feuds in Korean history, over ancestral burial grounds.

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