Our special correspondent Lyn Duff in Haiti visits a penitentiary where journalists are being detained; an update on the massive march against war and occupation tomorrow in San Francisco; we take a look at the torture of prisoners in Mexican jails in an in-depth discussion with John Ross; the Block Report with JR and Rashida … Continued
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An on-the-ground report from occupied Baghdad as our special correspondent visits people tortured by US forces; a discussion on the devestation inside the West Bank in occupied Palestine; a look at the dire situation in Congo and the humanitarian crisis erupting in Sudan; Flashpoints associate producer Solange Echeverria reports from Sacramento at a rally for … Continued
A look at the political situation in occupied Iraq and the region with Asad Abu-Khalil; We get ready to march against the wars and occupations in Iraq, Palestine and Afghanistan, this coming Saturday; An update on the California hunger strikers in their 24th day of protest; A mini documentary entitled Concrete Smothers Sky, a look … Continued
An on-the-ground report from the Gaza Strip where Israeli colonizers continue to fire missles and destroy homes; Lyn Duff in Haiti talks about the children who are targeted by the US-supported death squads because of their work with the youth-run radio station; Vice-president Dick Cheney orchestrated the Halliburton contract and lied about it; we’ll have … Continued
A special Memorial Day broadcast presentation of "Iraq: One Year of Occupation and Resistance" by Aaron Glance and produced by Free Speech Radio News.
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; well be featuring an excerpt of … Continued
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.
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
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
The Israeli occupying forces continue their attack on Rafah, we go back for an on the ground report from the besieged city; a closer look at Bushs renewed assault on Cuba with updates on the trial of the Cuban Five; and part one in a series on the making of the feature film Alcatraz: The … Continued