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Democracy Now! (9 am), for February 11, 2008 - 9:00am

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Democracy Now! (9 am) - February 11, 2008

Report: Over 23,000 Business Leaders Working With FBI and Homeland Security; US Embassy in Bolivia Tells Fulbright Scholar and Peace Corps Volunteers to Spy on Venezuelans and Cubans in Bolivia; Report: U.S. Funding Opposition Groups in Bolivia; EXCLUSIVE: Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa on the Lawsuit Against Chevron, Eradicating Foreign Debt and Why He Says "Ecuador is No Longer for Sale".

Today's Headlines

    * Obama Wins 5 out of 5 Weekend Primary and Caucus Contests
    * Clinton Appoints New Campaign Manager
    * Huckabee: States Deserve Election, Not Coronation
    * East Timor President and Peace Prize Winner Wounded in Apparent Coup Attempt
    * Tentative Deal Reached, Writers to Vote to End Strike
    * Military Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty for Six Gitmo Prisoners
    * Another Prominent APA Member Resigns Over Interrogation Policies
    * 53 Iraqis Killed Sunday
    * US Army Sniper Sentenced to 10 Years for Killing Unarmed Iraqi
    * Six Workers Dead Following Sugar Refinery Blast in Georgia

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