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Democracy Now – March 25, 2015

My Lai Revisited: 47 Years Later, Seymour Hersh Travels to Vietnam Site of U.S. Massacre He Exposed; Private Prisons for Immigrant Families Grow Despite Court Ruling Against “Detention as Deterrence.”

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March 25, 2015

U.S. Delays Afghan Withdrawal Through Year’s End; Drone War to Continue Thousands Protest Mob Killing of Afghan Woman in Kabul Houthi Rebels Advance on Aden; Saudi Arabia Moves Weaponry Near Border Study: U.S. Wars Have Left Over 1 Million Dead in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan Obama Will “Evaluate Honestly” Approach to Mideast Peace After Netanyahu’s 2-State Rejection Obama: Iran Nuclear Deal Would Be “Good Agreement” World Social Forum Opens in Tunis with Solidarity March over Museum Attack
Lone Mississippi Abortion Clinic Vandalized Overnight Top Museums Urged to Drop Ties with Fossil Fuel Industry Funders

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