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Democracy Now! – February 21, 2013

Sharif Abdel Kouddous: 2 Years into Uprising, Bahrain Feels Like a “Nation Under Occupation”; An Interrogation Center at Yale? Proposed Pentagon Special Ops Training Facility Sparks Protests; Sequestration: What do the Automatic Spending Cuts Mean for the Poor, Unemployed and Children?; Bowman v. Monsanto: Indiana Farmer’s Supreme Court Challenge to Corporate Control of Food Supply.

February 21, 2013

    Sen. Graham Reveals Toll of 4,700 in U.S. Drone War
    Obama Admin Withholding Drone Memos, Seeking to Appease GOP on Benghazi
    Pentagon Notifies Staffers of Sequestration Furloughs
    Kerry: Spending Cuts Under Sequestration Threaten U.S. Diplomacy
    Car Bombing Kills 31 in Syrian Capital
    U.N.: Afghan Civilian Casualties See First Decline in 6 Years
    HRW: Mexican Forces Tied to At Least 150 Disappearances in Drug War
    Report: Obama Settles on Picks for EPA, Energy Dept.
    Virginia Lawmakers Approve Strict Voter ID Bill
    FBI Probes Insider Trading in Heinz Deal
    Jesse Jackson Jr. Pleads Guilty in Corruption Case
    Pentagon Investigates Controversial Interview of Navy SEAL Who Killed bin Laden
    “5 Broken Cameras” Director Emat Burnat, Michael Moore Discuss LAX Incident


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