Flashpoints

Flashpoints – June 9, 2005

The first shots have been fired in Bolivia as the Congress tries and fails
to convene to choose a new president; plus, the parents of Rachel Corrie,
who was killed by a US-made Caterpillar bulldozer in the Rafah refugee camp
two years ago, in the Flashpoints studio, with members of the Nasrallah
family, whose home Rachel died defending, we’ll talk about the critical
situation in occupied Palestine; and, a Bishop Emeritus from Chiapas, Samuel
Ruiz, discusses the ongoing fight against colonization.

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