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Democracy Now! – July 1, 2013

Sharif Abdel Kouddous: Millions Protesting Morsi Show Egyptian Revolution Still Going Strong; Was Benghazi Killing of Ambassador Stevens, 3 Others “Blowback” for Secret U.S. Assassinations?

Headlines
July 1, 2013

    Millions Protest in Egypt for Morsi’s Resignation
    NSA Leaks: U.S. Spied on European Union, Embassies
    NSA Spying Targets European Countries
    Correa Says Snowden’s Fate in Russian Hands After Call From Biden
    Assange: U.S. Pressure Won’t Stop Snowden Leaks
    Pentagon Blocks Access to Guardian Website Articles on NSA
    Same-Sex Marriages Resume in California
    Same-Sex Couple Granted First Green Card Post-DOMA
    19 Firefighters Killed in Arizona Amidst Scorching Heat
    Obama Launches Energy Initiative in South Africa; Mandela Remains Critical
    Kerry Claims Progress on Mideast Peace Talks

 

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