Flashpoints

Flashpoints – September 14, 2005

We’ll hear from our Haiti correspondent Kevin Pina, who was released without charges after being held behind bars over the weekend; over 114 dead in Iraq after a series of car bombs, and many more killed in a US attack on Tal Afar, we’ll speak with Robert Fisk about the latest slaughter; plus, assessing the environmental catastrophe in New Orleans; as the state of Texas plans to murder another black woman at midnight tonight, activists are mobilized to save the life of Frances Newton; and Laila el-Haddad talks about Palestinians reuniting with their families across the Gaza-Egypt border after decades of separation.

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