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Democracy Now! – July 2, 2013

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WikiLeaks Blasts U.S. for Leaving Snowden “Stateless” as NSA Leaker Withdraws Asylum Bid in Russia; Obama Admin Faces Diplomatic Uproar as Massive Surveillance of EU Governments, Citizens Exposed; U.S.-Backed Chadian Dictator Hissène Habré Faces War Crimes Trial in Historic Win for His Victims.

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July 2, 2013

    Egyptian Military Gives President Morsi 48-Hour Ultimatum
    Afghanistan: NATO Supply Firm Hit by Fatal Suicide Attack
    Edward Snowden: Obama Admin “Is Afraid of an Informed, Angry Public”
    Snowden Withdraws Russian Asylum Bid, Submits Pleas to Other Countries
    Obama Downplays Reports of U.S. Spying on Europeans
    Intelligence Chief James Clapper Admits Making False Statements About Spying
    Bradley Manning Prosecution Draws to a Close
    Manning Supporters March in San Francisco’s LGBT Pride Parade
    Report: Border Guards Rejecting Syrian Refugees
    Texas: Thousands Protest at Capitol as Republicans Revive Anti-Abortion Bill
    Key U.S. Student Loan Rate Doubles
    Vatican Bank Execs Resign amid Growing Financial Scandal
    Lawyers Sue over “Grotesque” Force-Feeding of Guantánamo Prisoners
    Military Report: Guantánamo Prisoner Adnan Latif Overdosed on Anti-Psychotic Pills