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Flashpoints – May 27, 2004

A report from the ground in occupied Baghdad, as our correspondent continues his investigation into the accounts of torture; a conversation with the director of “Hidden in Plain Sight,” an unflinching look at the nature and consequences of US policy in Latin America via the School of the Americas; we’ll be featuring an excerpt of … Continued


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Flashpoints – May 26, 2004

An analysis of the recent slaughter in Rafah with our correspondent, who nearly escaped death over the weekend; a conversation with Samuel Huntington, the author of a controversial book on American identity; and Greg Palast, with Dennis Bernstein and Jello Biafra, deconstruct the Bush policy and the plan for the next election steal.


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Flashpoints – May 25, 2004

An on the ground report from occupied Baghdad, where our special correspondent investigates more torture accounts at Abu Ghraib; fasters at the California capitol steps see the dawn of a sixteenth day hunger strike for education reform; part two of our series on the making of the feature film Alcatraz: The Occupation; and Daniel Ellsberg … Continued


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Flashpoints – May 24, 2004

An on the ground report from occupied Baghdad as our special correspondent investigates what happened at the scene of the wedding massacre; we go to Nablus in the occupied West Bank, where the Israeli colonizing forces continue their genocidal rampage; a look at Ahmed Chalabi and the US policy of installing puppet leaders; and a … Continued


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Flashpoints – May 19, 2004

We continue to focus on the ongoing genocide of the people inside the Gaza strip, where today Israeli helicopters fired on peaceful demonstrators, murdering ten children; an interview with Congressman Charles Rangle on his push for impeaching war criminal Donald Rumsfeld; and the Knight Report.


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Flashpoints – May 18, 2004

we go to Port-au-Prince, where Flashpoints special correspondent Kevin Pina witnessed the killing of peaceful demonstrators; a report from Rafah refugee camp, which is under unbelievable siege and where the situation is worsening by the minute; an on the ground report from occupied Baghdad; and the Knight Report.


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Flashpoints – May 17, 2004

We go to occupied Baghdad where our special correspondent met with Iraqi government officials and witnessed more US attacks on holy sites; a look at Donald Rumsfeld the impeachable war criminal; the education hunger strikers in Oakland continue their battle against the Governator; a conversation with Gore Vidal and Laura Flanders on the eve of … Continued


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Flashpoints – May 14, 2004

A report from Rafah refugee camp where Israeli apache helicopters are slaughtering civilians in a continued rampage; the United States attacks holy sites in Najaf, we’ll have a report from our special correspondent on the ground in Baghdad; Robert Fisk contextualizes the current occupations in the Middle East; and a speech by Dr. Mustafa Barghouti … Continued