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Democracy Now – September 25, 2014

No Charges in Ohio Police Killing of John Crawford as Wal-Mart Video Contradicts 911 Caller Account; Exclusive: Freed After Hunger Strike, Egyptian Journalist in U.S. to Campaign for Jailed Colleagues; Listen to the People, Not the Polluters: Kumi Naidoo of Greenpeace on the Global Climate Uprising.

Headlines
September 25, 2014

    U.S.-Led Bombing Targets ISIS Oil Refineries in Syria; Civilians Killed in Aleppo Strike
    Obama Urges Global Support for Offensive on “Network of Death”
    British, Iran Leaders Meet; U.K. Lawmakers to Vote on Joining Anti-ISIS Strikes
    U.N. Security Council Approves Measure Targeting Flow of Foreign Fighters
    Sierra Leone Quarantines One-Third of Population after Searches Find New Cases
    No Charges for Ohio Police Officer Who Shot John Crawford; Justice Dept. to Review Case
    U.S. Reaches Half-Billion-Dollar Settlement with Navajo Nation
    FBI: U.S. Mass Shootings Double in 14 Years
    Snowden, McKibben Among Recipients of “Alternative Nobel” Right Livelihood Awards

 

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