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Democracy Now! (7am) - December 22, 2011 at 7:00am
NATO Forced to Admit Airstrikes Killed Dozens of Libyan Civilians, Contradicting Initial Denials; U.S. Admits Fault in Fatal Bombing That Killed 24 Pakistani Troops; With Indefinite Detention Measure, Has Congress Also Expanded Rendition of U.S. Citizens Abroad?; Ariz. Sheriff Joe Arpaio: Mounting..
Democracy Now! (7am) - December 21, 2011 at 7:00am
Bradley Manning’s Defense Strategy on Display as Military Prosecutors Rest Case in Pretrial Hearing; Iraq Combat Veteran Dan Choi Forcibly Ousted, Barred From Bradley Manning Hearing at Ft. Meade; In Exiting Iraq, U.S. Military Discards Trove of Found Documents on 2005 Haditha Massacre of Iraqis...
Democracy Now! (7am) - December 20, 2011 at 7:00am
The Death of Kim Jong-il and the Future of U.S. Relations with the Two Koreas; North Korea’s Human Rights Record Assailed as Nation Prepares for Transition of Power; Police Crackdown on Occupy Wall Street Protesters, Journalists on Movement’s 3-Month Mark; Crippling the Right to Organize: GOP...
Democracy Now! (7am) - December 19, 2011 at 7:00am
Bradley Manning Hearing: Alleged WikiLeaks Whistleblower in Military Court, 19 Months After Arrest; Adrian Lamo, Bradley Manning Informant, Defends Role in Turning in Alleged WikiLeaks Whistleblower; Bradley Manning Faces Life Sentence, While Criminals WikiLeaks Exposed Have Suffered No Consequences
Democracy Now! (7am) - December 14, 2011 at 7:00am
Russia’s Putin Faces Unprecedented Challenge as Tens of Thousands Protest Electoral Fraud; Corzine Grilled Over MF Global Collapse After Witness Suggests Knowledge of Misused Funds; House-Senate Revise Indefinite Detention Bill in Bid to Avoid White House Veto, But Fears Remain; Tawakkul Karman...
Democracy Now! (7am) - December 13, 2011 at 7:00am
Ex-Salt Lake Mayor Rocky Anderson, Former Democrat, Launches Third Party 2012 Bid Against Obama, GOP; Occupy Protesters Join to Shut Down Major Western Ports, Targeting Goldman Sachs; "The Arab People Have Woken Up": Yemeni Activist Tawakkul Karman Accepts Nobel Peace Prize.
Democracy Now! (7am) - December 12, 2011 at 7:00am
Climate Activists: Durban Deal is "Very Weak" Agreement, Lacks "Ambition, Equity, Justice"; "Don’t Kill Africa": Climate Activists Occupy Durban Talks Demanding Binding Emissions Cuts; The Lost Decade: Bolivian Pablo Solón Decries Climate Deal Postponing New Emissions Cuts Until 2020; Leymah Gbowee
Democracy Now! (7am) - December 8, 2011 at 7:00am
Mumia Abu-Jamal Spared Death Penalty After Prosecutors Drop 30-Year Bid for Execution; South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu Calls for Release of Mumia Abu-Jamal; "I’m Scared for My Future": Student Disrupts Speech by U.S. Climate Envoy Todd Stern in Durban; Critics: Rich Polluters—Including U.S...
Democracy Now! (7am) - December 7, 2011 at 7:00am
Hopes Fade for Binding Climate Deal as Durban Summit Enters Final Stages; Canadian Activists Barred From Durban Summit for Protesting Environment Minister; Tuvalu Minister Urges World Leaders to Save Pacific Nations From Rising Seas; Least Developed Countries, Small Island States Face U.S. ...
Democracy Now! (7am) - December 6, 2011 at 7:00am
At Durban Summit, Leading African Activist Calls U.S. Emissions Stance "A Death Sentence for Africa"; Indigenous Activists From Canada Protest Tar Sands Oil at Durban Climate Change Summit; U.S. Focus on China, India Emissions Burdens World’s Poor, Skirts Own Responsibility–Praful Bidwai...
Democracy Now! (7am) - December 5, 2011 at 7:00am
Thousands March at U.N. Climate Summit in Durban to Demand Climate Justice; South Africa Arrests, Deports Greenpeace Activists After Attempted High Stakes Banner Hang; Greenpeace Director Kumi Naidoo, From Anti-Apartheid Activist to Leading Voice for Climate Justice; The Road to Durban: Tracking...
Democracy Now! (7am) - December 1, 2011 at 7:00am
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Takes Early Lead in First Post-Mubarak Elections; Democracy Now! Correspondent Anjali Kamat on Reporting the Revolutions in Egypt and Libya.
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