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Democracy Now! – August 16, 2013

Juan González Remembers Pioneering NYC Political Strategist Bill Lynch; NSA Violated Surveillance Rules Thousands of Times, Intercepted All 202 Area Code Calls By Accident; Day of Rage in Cairo: Anti-Coup Groups Hold Massive Protest Marches to Condemn Deadly Crackdown; Ex-State Department Spokesperson P.J. Crowley: The U.S. Should Describe Morsi Ouster As A Coup.

August 16, 2013

    Morsi Supporters Launch “Day of Rage” in Egypt
    Obama Cancels Joint Military Exercise with Egypt
    Report: NSA Frequently Breaks Privacy Rules
    Report: Snowden Began Downloading Files in 2012 While Working at Dell
    Lebanon: 22 Killed in Bomb Blast
    Ban Ki-moon Criticizes Israeli Settlement Growth
    U.S. Sentencing Commission Votes to Review Prison Terms for Drug Offenses
    Syrian Electronic Army Hacks Washington Post Website
    Pentagon Releases New Measures to Address Military Sexual Assault
    Ecuador Drops Plan to Preserve Parts of Amazon from Oil Drilling
    Report: All U.S. Nuclear Reactors Vulnerable to Attack
    Dream Defenders End Occupation of Florida Capitol After 31 Days

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