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Democracy Now! – March 30, 2011

“Prescription for Survival”: A Debate on the Future of Nuclear Energy Between Anti-Coal Advocate George Monbiot and Anti-Nuclear Activist Dr. Helen Caldicott; Haitians Deported from the U.S. Held in “Absolutely Horrific” Conditions; Haitians Face Imminent Eviction from Displaced Persons Camps; Sharif Abdel Kouddous Transitions from Democracy Now! Senior Producer to Middle East Correspondent.

Today’s Headlines

    * Gaddafi Forces Advance on Ras Lanuf
    * NATO Agrees to Continue Air Raids in Libya
    * Obama: U.S. Could Arm Libyan Rebels
    * NATO Commander: Troops Could Enter Libya
    * Libyan Woman Who Alleged Gaddafi’s Forces of Rape Remains Missing Following Arrest
    * Japan to Decommission 4 Stricken Reactors
    * 53 Killed in Iraq Attack; U.S. Forces Deployed
    * Assad Accepts Resignation of Syrian Government
    * Wisconsin Judge Reissues Order Freezing Anti-Union Law
    * Ohio House to Vote on Anti-Union Bill
    * Supreme Court Hears Walmart Sex Discrimination Case
    * U.S. to Accept Green Card Bids from Same-Sex Couples
    * Gbagbo Forces Accused of Mass Killings in Abidjan
    * BP Execs Could Face Manslaughter Charges


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