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Democracy Now! – December 30, 2013

Orwellian or a Blunt Tool?: Conflicting Rulings on NSA Spying Set Up Likely Supreme Court Showdown; Glenn Greenwald: The NSA Can “Literally Watch Every Keystroke You Make”; Jobless Benefits Cut For 1.3 Million, Despite Highest Long-term Unemployment Since World War II.

Headlines
December 30, 2013

    Opposition Activists: Over 500 Killed in Syrian Attacks on Aleppo
    31 Dead in Twin Russian Suicide Attacks
    Crisis Feared as 100,000 Seek Refuge in Central African Republic Capital
    Regional Leaders Set Deadline for Talks in South Sudan
    Judge Upholds NSA’s Bulk Collection of Phone Data
    Report: Secretive NSA Unit Hacks Into Computers, Intercepts Packages
    Jobless Benefits Expire for 1.3 Million Americans
    Healthcare Enrollment Jumps in December
    Egypt Faces Violence, Protests After Anti-Brotherhood Crackdown
    4 Al Jazeera Journalists Detained in Cairo
    Saudi Arabia Grants $3 Billion in Aid to Lebanese Military
    Thousands Protest Relocation of U.S. Military Base on Okinawa
    U.S. Intel Warns of Afghan Collapse Without Security Pact
    Anti-Polio Health Worker Shot Dead in Pakistan

 

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