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Democracy Now! – July 2, 2012

After Election, Mexico Poised for Return of PRI — And Continuation of Deadly U.S.-Fueled Drug War; Kenneth Chamberlain’s Family Files Suit After White Plains Police Evade Charges for Slaying, Slurs.

Headlines
July 2, 2012

    PRI Candidate Claims Victory in Mexico Vote
    Morsi Takes Oath of Office in Egypt
    U.S. Drone Attack Kills 8 in Pakistan
    Report: U.S. Firms Lobbying for Drone Sales Abroad
    Record-Setting Heat Wave in Eastern U.S.
    Thousands Protest Resumption of Nuclear Power in Japan
    Protests in Hong Kong as New Leader Sworn In
    Dozens Killed in Syria as Diplomats Call for Transition
    UNESCO Issues World Heritage Protection for Bethlehem, Church of the Nativity
    EU Enacts New Sanctions on Iran
    Barclays Chair Resigns over Rate Fixing
    Protesters March Against Wal-Mart in L.A.


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