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Democracy Now! – November 20, 2013

As Poor Countries Walk Out of Climate Talks, Venezuela Calls on Industrial Nations to Take Action; U.N. Defends Banning Three Youth Activists While Allowing Fossil Fuel Firms To Sponsor Climate Talks; “Finance Climate Action, Not Fossil Fuel Subsidies”: Activists Blast Priorities of Biggest Polluters; Filipino Climate Chief: “It Feel Like We Are Negotiating on Who Is To Live and Who Is To Die”; As 17 of Arctic 30 Granted Bail, Greenpeace Chief Calls Fossil Fuel CEOs “The Real Hooligans.”

November 20, 2013

    Iran Nuclear Talks Resume in Geneva; Senators Delay Sanctions Vote
    Afghanistan Seeks U.S. Apology in Long-Term Security Pact
    U.S. Drone Strike Kills 3 in Yemen; CIA Confirms Child Death
    28 Killed, Dozens Wounded in Iraq Bombings
    Hundreds Protest Military Rule in Egypt
    NSA Unlawfully Shared Intel With Gov’t Agencies
    Indonesia Recalls Ambassador to Australia over NSA Spying
    Justice Dept. Finalizes $13 Billion Settlement with JPMorgan
    Report Warned Obama Admin of Health Site’s Use of Contractors
    Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Texas Abortion Ban
    Albuquerque Voters Reject 20-Week Abortion Ban
    Senate GOP Blocks 3rd Straight Judicial Nominee
    Republican Rep. Henry Radel Arrested for Cocaine Possession
    U.S. Official: No Indictment of WikiLeaks Founder “So Far”
    Zimmerman Arrested For Aggravated Assault; Freed on Bail, Ordered to Give Up Weapons
    “Manufacturing Consent” Director Peter Wintonick Dead at 60


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