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Democracy Now! – May 5, 2014

Imprisoned Al Jazeera Journalist Details Abu Ghraib Torture & Why He’s Suing U.S. Contractor CACI; 10 Years After Abu Ghraib, Ex-Prisoners Seek Justice in Torture Lawsuit Against U.S. Contractor CACI; “War Criminals Shouldn’t Be Honored”: Rutgers Students Nix Condoleezza Rice From Commencement Speech.

Headlines
May 5, 2014

    Obama Announces Federal Review After “Deeply Troubling” Botched Execution
    U.N.: Oklahoma Execution May Have Violated International Law
    Ukraine Suffers Worst Violence in Month as Conflict Spreads
    Report: U.S. Intelligence Advising Ukrainian Gov’t
    Thousands Feared Dead in Afghan Landslide
    Iraq: Over 750 Killed in April, Deadliest Month This Year
    Nigerian President Seeks Int’l Help for Schoolgirls’ Rescue
    Rallies Pressure Nigerian Gov’t on Kidnapping; Protest Leader Says First Lady Ordered Arrest
    Sinn Fein Leader Released Without Charge Following Questioning for 1972 Murder
    Shooter Kills 3 in Arkansas Days After Release from Mental Health Center
    Spying Tensions Hang over Obama-Merkel White House Meeting
    Biden Suggests Admin May Stop Record Deportations
    House GOP Launches Select Panel on Benghazi

 

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