Flashpoints

Flashpoints – December 12, 2006

At least sixty Iraqis killed in Baghdad today as hundreds more die across the country, we’ll talk with our special correspondent Dahr Jamail about the current unraveling in Iraq and specifically how women’s rights have plummeted since the U.S-led invasion began; also, Patricia Isasa, a survivor of torture during Argentina’s so-called "Dirty War" describes what happened to her in three concentration camps and how she eventually tracked her torturers down and sent them to prison; and the Knight Report.

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