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Democracy Now! – September 21, 2012

Remembering Troy Davis: Questions Remain over Whether Georgia Executed Innocent Man One Year Ago; Troy Davis One Year Later: Execution Fuels National Movement to Abolish Death Penalty; As Italy Sentences 23 CIA Agents in Rendition Case, Obama Refuses To Prosecute Anyone For Torture.

Headlines
September 21, 2012

    1 Dead in Pakistan as Anti-Film, French Cartoon Protests Continue to Sweep Through the Middle East
    U.S. Diplomat Visits Libya in Wake of Ambassador’s Death
    Somalia: Journalists Among 15 Killed in Suicide Bombings
    Syria: Scores Killed Amid Rising Violence; U.S. Condemns Iran’s Support for Syrian Gov’t
    Panetta: Surge Troops Withdrawn from Afghanistan
    Former Afghan Commander Tapped to Lead U.S. Military in Africa
    Palestinian Activist to End Hunger Strike Amid Hopes for Release
    Brown, Warren Spar over Economy in Debate for Massachusetts Senate Seat
    Obama Questioned over Failure to Pass Immigration Reform
    Romney Vows Not to “Round Up People Around the Country and Deport Them”
    Romney Campaign Co-Chair Resigns to Lobby for Wall Street
    Australian Official Condemns “Cranks and Crazies” in GOP
    Quebec Gov’t Cancels Tuition Hike That Sparked Mass Protests

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