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Democracy Now! – October 28, 2013

“Stop Watching Us”: As Diplomatic Fallout Grows, Thousands Protest NSA Surveillance in D.C.; Glenn Greenwald: U.S. Spying on Allies Shows “Institutional Obsession” With Surveillance; Glenn Greenwald: Media Venture Will Empower Adversarial Journalism to Hold the Powerful Accountable; While Defenders Cry Foul, JPMorgan Chase’s $13 Billion Banking Settlement a “Screaming Bargain.”

Headlines
October 28, 2013

    Reports: NSA Spying on Germany Began in 2002; Obama Was Briefed in 2010
    Report: NSA Tracked Millions of Phone Calls in Spain
    Thousands March Against NSA Surveillance in D.C.
    Syria Submits Inventory of Chemical Stockpile
    Armed Syrian Rebels Reject Geneva Peace Talks
    66 Killed in Dozens of Iraq Bombings
    Obama Admin Seeks Delay of New Iran Sanctions
    Saudi Women Defy Driving Ban
    Thousands March for Jailed Opposition Activists in Moscow
    Colombian Rebels Free Kidnapped Ex-Marine
    Demolition of Sandy Hook Elementary Underway
    Gunman Kills 4, Self in Phoenix Shooting
    Obama Touts Education Spending in Brooklyn Speech
    Report: North Dakota Failed to Disclose Nearly 300 Oil Spills
    Rock Legend Lou Reed Dies at 71

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