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Democracy Now! – December 5, 2011

Thousands March at U.N. Climate Summit in Durban to Demand Climate Justice; South Africa Arrests, Deports Greenpeace Activists After Attempted High Stakes Banner Hang; Greenpeace Director Kumi Naidoo, From Anti-Apartheid Activist to Leading Voice for Climate Justice; The Road to Durban: Tracking Global Warming’s Devastating Impact Across the African Continent.

TODAY’S HEADLINES

    Global Emissions Climbed Record 5.9% in 2010
    Thousands Stage Climate Justice March at Durban Climate Talks
    Official Unemployment Rate Hits Lowest Mark Since March 2009
    Police Arrest 31 at Occupy D.C.
    Italy Austerity Measure Raises Retirement Age, Taxes
    Iran Claims Downing of U.S. Drone
    Thousands Protest U.S. Trade Deal in Seoul
    White House Renews Military Spending Bill Veto Threat Over Indefinite Detention
    Report: DEA Laundered Drug Money to Target Cartels
    Bradley Manning Attorneys Accuse U.S. of Withholding Key Evidence

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