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Democracy Now! – July 18, 2013

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Glenn Greenwald: Growing Backlash Against NSA Spying Shows Why U.S. Wants to Silence Edward Snowden; On His 95th Birthday, the Story of Nelson Mandela’s Struggle Told Outside His Old Soweto Home; “I Live to Sing”: Black Opera Students Excel at Formerly White School in Post-Apartheid South Africa.

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July 18, 2013

    NSA: Phone, Internet Spying Extends Far Beyond Direct Targets
    17 Detained Protesting Zimmerman Acquittal Near Los Angeles
    Appeals Court Strikes Down Injunction Against Indefinite Detention in NDAA
    Obama Admin Wins Court Order to Continue Genital Searches at Guantánamo Bay
    Al-Qaeda in Yemen Confirms U.S. Drone Strike Killed Top Leader
    Mandela Makes “Dramatic Progress” as World Marks 95th Birthday
    Tens of Thousands of Morsi Supporters, Opponents Rally in Egypt
    Israel OKs New Settlements in Occupied West Bank
    Kerry: Israel Should “Look Hard” at 2002 Arab Peace Offer
    European Union Cuts Ties to Israeli Settlements
    Poisoned Meals Kill 25 Children in India
    Panama Calls in U.N. Security Council over Seized North Korean Ship From Cuba
    Britain Legalizes Same Sex-Marriage Beginning in 2014
    U.N. Nominee Samantha Power Blasts World Body on Syria Inaction, Israel