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Democracy Now! – December 18, 2013

Geneva Talks “Already Dead” as Syria Faces Unprecedented Humanitarian Crisis, Imploding Opposition; Patrick Cockburn: U.S. Turns Blind Eye as Saudis Fund Jihadists in Syrian Conflict; Patrick Cockburn: U.S. Turns Blind Eye as Saudis Fund Jihadists in Syrian Conflict; Debate: Is Academic Group’s Boycott of Israel a Victory or Setback for Justice in Middle East?

Headlines
December 18, 2013

    South Sudan Violence Leaves Up to 500 Dead
    6 U.S. Troops Killed in Afghan Crash
    Senate Intel Committee Seeks Release of Internal CIA Report on Torture
    Snowden Offers Assistance to Brazil in NSA Spying Probe, Seeks Asylum
    House Intel Chair Asks EU to Cancel Snowden Testimony
    Tech Execs Meet With Obama on Surveillance
    Ukraine, Russia Agree on $15 Billion Bailout
    2 Dead in Shooting at Nevada Medical Center
    India Seeks U.S. Apology for Diplomat’s Arrest; Embassy Barriers Removed
    D.C. Council Approves $11.50/Hour Minimum Wage for 2016
    Navy Investigator Pleads Guilty in Corruption Case
    Bridge Closures Prompt Claims of Political Retaliation by Christie Appointees
    16 Arrested Blocking Tar Sands Shipment in Oregon

 

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