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Democracy Now! – April 8, 2013

“The Kissinger Cables”: Three Years After “Collateral Murder,” WikiLeaks Explores U.S. Diplomacy; celandic Lawmaker Birgitta Jónsdóttir on Challenging Gov’t Secrecy from Twitter to Bradley Manning; Margaret Thatcher (1925-2013): Tariq Ali on Late British PM’s Legacy From Austerity to Apartheid.

Headlines
April 8, 2013

    U.S. Strike Kills 11 Children in Afghanistan
    5 Americans Killed in Afghan Attacks
    U.S. Delays Missile Test, Citing North Korea
    Iran Claims “Good Progress” in Nuclear Talks
    Federal Judge Strikes Down Age Limit on Morning-After Pill
    U.S. Posts Net Gain of 88,000 Jobs in March
    GOP Senator Welcomes Obama Social Security Cuts, Sanders Vows Opposition
    Report: U.S. Killed Militant to Win Pakistani Approval of Drone War
    Activists Protest Drone Warfare at Military Firms
    Georgia High Schoolers Challenge Segregrated Prom
    “Occupy the Department of Education” Convenes in D.C.
    Daniel McGowan Released After Arrest Under Outlawed Statute
    Comedian Dick Gregory Launches Hunger Fast for Lynne Stewart
    Documentary Filmmaker Les Blank Dies at 77

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