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Democracy Now! – February 10, 2011

Striking Egyptian Workers Fuel the Uprising After 10 Years of Labor Organizing; Defying Regime Threats, Thousands of Workers Join Protesters in Tahrir Square; Bush’s Shrinking World: George W. Bush Cancels Europe Trip as Human Rights Lawyers Threaten Legal Action over Torture; Human Rights Attorney Bill Quigley on the U.S. Deportation Death Sentence and the Undermining of Meaningful Elections in Haiti.

Today’s Headlines

    * Thousands of Striking Workers Join Egyptian Uprising
    * Report: Egyptian Army Detaining, Torturing Protesters
    * Freed Protest Organizer Wael Ghonim Rejects Mubarak Regime Talks
    * WikiLeaks Docs: Torture-Linked Egyptian Police Trained in U.S.
    * Firms Planned Attacks on WikiLeaks, Supporters
    * 27 Killed in Pakistan Suicide Bombing
    * Israel Destroys Palestinian Medicine Factory
    * Bernanke Warns of Lengthy Unemployment
    * GOP Proposes $74B in Funding Cuts
    * Heating Assistance Program Faces Funding Reduction
    * CIA Operatives Promoted Despite Roles in Deaths, Rendition
    * Justice Thomas Urged to Recuse Himself from Healthcare Law Cases
    * Doctors: Rep. Giffords Speaks for First Time Since Shooting


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