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Democracy Now! – January 30, 2014

From Al Jazeera on Trial to Bloggers Behind Bars, Army-Run Egypt Sees Growing “Silencing of Dissent”; Sharif Abdel Kouddous: 3 Years After Revolution, Egypt Faces Deadly Polarization & Growing Militancy; Debate: Is Ukraine’s Opposition a Democratic Movement or a Force of Right-Wing Extremism?

Headlines
January 30, 2014

    House OKs Farm Bill With $8.6 Billion in Food Stamp Cuts
    Study: Fair Minimum Wage Double Obama-Backed $10.10
    Clapper Calls on Snowden & “Accomplices” to Return Stolen Docs
    Snowden Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
    Leak: NSA Spied on Foreign Governments Around 2009 Climate Summit
    Holder: Bulk Collection Constitutional, But Will Be Reformed
    Terror Suspect Challenges Evidence Collected by NSA
    U.N. Envoy: “Ice is Breaking Slowly” in Syria Peace Talks
    European Union to Expand Cuba Ties
    CIA Paid Polish Intel $15 Million for Secret Prison
    Marine Faces Re-Trial for 2006 Haditha Killing
    Missouri Executes Death Row Prisoner After Brief Stay
    New York Congressmember Apologizes After Threatening Reporter on Camera

 

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