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An award winning front-line investigative news magazine focusing on human, civil and workers rights, issues of war and peace, Global Warming, racism and poverty, and other issues. Hosted by Dennis J. Bernstein.
Has Reporters Without Borders become a front group for the US State Department? Well feature a breaking story on right-wing and State department funding of Reporters Without Borders; plus, at least fifty killed and three times as many wounded in northern Iraqi Kurdistan, well speak with Patrick Cockburn of the Independent of London and Aaron … Continued
Helen Caldicott reports from a global UN conference on nuclear proliferation; also, immigrant California governor Schwartzenegger goes pro-vigilante; Iraq and Afghanistan still up in flames as a new government is sworn in; youth voices from Palestine; and the Knight Report.
Haitis imprisoned Prime Minister hangs on by a thread in the fifteenth day of his second hunger strike; meet the Bush familys favorite terrorist; over a hundred people killed in Iraq over the last five days; youth voices from Palestine; and the Knight Report.
US-backed death squads, along with the United Nations, viciously attack and kill nonviolent demonstrators in Haiti, we’ll have a full report from Kevin Pina in Port-au-Prince; plus, we celebrate a hard-won victory in the Pepper Spray trial; a rundown of weekly news featured by the Palestine News Network; part two of an interview with former … Continued
We speak with Camilo Mejia, the first conscientious objector to the current war in Iraq, just released from military prison; well talk about what he witnessed in Iraq and why he is speaking out; plus, former Attorney General Ramsey Clark on why George Bush should be impeached; and Earth Matters looks at the slaughter of … Continued
Torture in the Middle East and in the United States: A grim one-year anniversary of the publication of the Abu Ghraib photos, well assess the situation in Iraq, Afghanistan, Guantanamo, Palestine and the US in the wake of the infamous torture scandal; also, an in-depth look at Palestinian political prisoners and well feature an interview … Continued
19 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, what were still learning about the environmental fallout; plus, an update on the political turmoil sweeping Latin America; Palestinian youth speak out about the current situation in the context of 56 years of oppression; and the Knight Report.
A look at the political situation in Mexico, as over a million protesters hit the streets of Mexico City; plus, well talk about a new report that demands a full independent investigation of Donald Rumsfeld and others in the US Abu Ghraib torture scandal; also, youre being watched: Rumsfelds secret military intelligence operations in Colorado; … Continued
Legendary civil rights attorney Lynne Stewart in our studio talks about her conviction and the state of justice and politics; also, an update on the unraveling situation in Ecuador; the first in a series of pieces from students of the Freedom Radio Project in Palestine; plus, a special Earth Day commemoration; a commentary by Miguel … Continued