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Democracy Now! – November 30, 2012

Hundreds of Fast-Food Workers Strike for Living Wage, Inspired by Wal-Mart Strike; U.N. Approval of Palestine as “Non-Member State” Shows Isolation of U.S., Israel Stance on Statehood; Congo Humanitarian Crisis Worsens Amidst Renewed Violence Linked to Rebels Backed by Rwanda; Accused WikiLeaks Whistleblower Bradley Manning Testifies He Thought He Would “Die in Custody.”

November 30, 2012

    U.N. Backs Palestinian Bid for “Non-Member Observer State” Status
    Palestinians Rally to Celebrate New U.N. Status
    Israel, U.S. Blast U.N. Resolution on Palestine
    Bradley Manning Describes Harrowing Prison Conditions in 1st Public Testimony Since 2010 Arrest
    Egypt: Protests Continue as Panel Approves Draft Constitution
    Egyptian President: Decree Granting New Powers Is Temporary
    Syrian Internet Cut Nationwide for a Second Day
    Mexico: Environmentalist Who Challenged Drug Gangs Murdered in Ambush Despite Police Escort
    Peña Nieto Set to Assume Mexican Presidency
    Qatar Court Sentences Poet to Life in Prison
    World’s Youth Call for Urgent Action at U.N. Climate Change Summit
    Report: Gitmo Prisoner Adnan Latif Died of Overdose in Apparent Suicide
    Activist Who Defaced Anti-Muslim Subway Ad: “I’m Proud of What I Did”
    Jailed Activists Start Hunger Strike in Campaign Against Keystone Pipeline
    NYC Fast-Food Workers Stage Historic Walkouts, Rallies to Demand Fair Pay, Union Rights

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