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Democracy Now – September 30, 2014

Umbrella Revolution: Hong Kong’s Biggest Protests in Decades Challenge China on Political Freedom; As U.S.-Afghanistan Sign Troop Deal, CIA-Backed Warlord Behind Massacre of 2,000 POWs Sworn-In as VP.

Headlines
September 30, 2014

    Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Protesters Defy Police Crackdown
    New Afghan Government Signs Deal to Keep 10,000 U.S. Troops
    Islamic State Releases New Video of British Hostage
    Violence Continues in Eastern Ukraine; 12 Killed
    Report: Over 3,000 Migrants Died in 2014 Trying to Reach Europe
    Spain: Court Suspends Referendum on Catalan Independence
    Mexico: Over 50 Students Missing After Police Violence in Guerrero
    U.S. Judge Holds Argentina in Contempt over Vulture Fund Payments
    White House Intruder Ran Through East Room Before Capture
    Supreme Court Deals Blow to Early Voting in Ohio

 

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