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Democracy Now – September 15, 2014

Is There a Diplomatic Solution to ISIS Crisis? U.S. Could Turn to Aid, Arms Embargo & Engaging Foes; Who Pays the Pro-War Pundits? Conflicts of Interest Exposed for TV Guests Backing Military Action; Underestimated and Ignored, Growing Ebola Epidemic Requires Unprecedented Global Mobilization.

Headlines
September 15, 2014

    U.S. Claims Arab League Role for Anti-ISIS Strikes
    White House Cites Iraq War Resolution for ISIS Strikes
    Islamic State Beheads U.K. Aid Worker in New Video
    U.S. Triples Estimate of ISIS Fighters
    Obama Met with Prominent Journalists Ahead of ISIS Speech
    Syrian Gov’t Airstrikes Reportedly Killed Dozens Outside Damascus
    Israeli Intelligence Vets Refuse to Spy on Palestinians
    Sweden Elects Center-Left Coalition in Anti-Austerity Vote; Far-Right Makes Gains
    Prominent Egyptian Activist Freed on Bail
    New NFL Abuse Claim Emerges as Commissioner Faces Calls to Resign
    Obama Admin Invokes State-Secrets Privilege to Dismiss Private Lawsuit
    “Django Unchained” Actress Accuses LAPD of Racial Profiling
    Cuba Sends Health Workers for Ebola Effort; Obama to Unveil U.S. Plan

 

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