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Democracy Now! – December 17, 2013

As Judge Rules NSA Surveillance “Almost Orwellian,” Obama Prepares to Leave Spying Program Intact; The Selling of ADHD: Diagnoses, Prescriptions Soar After 20-Year Marketing Effort by Big Pharma.

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December 17, 2013

    Judge Deals Major Blow to NSA Phone Spying
    Iraq: More Than 70 Killed in Wave of Attacks
    Yemeni Parliament Backs Ban on U.S. Drone Attacks After Deadliest Strike This Year
    U.N. Makes Historic Fund Appeal for Syria
    Report: Polio-Hit Area in Syria Excluded from Vaccine Drive
    U.N.: 1.3 Million at Risk of Hunger in Central African Republic
    Curfew Imposed in South Sudan After Alleged Coup Attempt
    U.S. Repatriates 2 Guantánamo Prisoners to Saudi Arabia
    Group of U.S. Scholars Joins Boycott of Israel
    Kerry Pledges New Aid for Law Enforcement in Asia Trip

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