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Democracy Now! – January 24, 2014

South Sudan Reaches Ceasefire, But Will Nascent State Survive Oil-Fueled Neo-Colonialism? We Are the Giant: Bahrain’s Top Family of Activists Pays Heavy Price for Challenging US-Backed Gov’t; Romantic Comedy “Obvious Child” Offers Groundbreaking Cinematic Take on Abortion.

Headlines
January 24, 2014

    Congressional Panel: Bulk Collection of Phone Records Illegal
    Holder Rules Out Snowden Clemency, Open to Plea Deal
    South Sudan Rivals Agree to Ceasefire
    Syrian Opposition Refuses Direct Talks With Assad Regime
    5 Killed in Multiple Egypt Bombings Ahead of Uprising Anniversary
    Iranian President Calls for “Constructive Engagement” With U.S., Neighbors
    India’s Top Court Orders Gang Rape Probe
    Study: U.S. Drones Killed Up to 4 Civilians in Pakistan, 29 in Yemen During 2013
    Appeals Court Rules Against Oil Drilling in Chukcki Sea
    Obama Launches Task Force on Campus Sexual Assault
    Virginia Stop Defending Gay Marriage Ban in Court
    Family Seeks New Trial for Black Teen Executed in 1944
    Black Teen Charged After Suffering Genital Injury in Search by Philadelphia Police

 

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