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They 'Will Lie, Trick, and Deceive': Jailed CIA Whistleblower's Advice to Snowden 3.7.2013 CommonDreams.org Headlines
John Kiriakou (Photo: Jacquelyn Martin / AP) Former CIA officer John Kiriakou—currently serving a 30-month sentence for blowing the whistle on the systemic use of torture within the agency—penned a public letter of support and advice for Edward Snowden from his Loretto, Pennsylvania prison cell. read ...
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Jailed CIA Whistleblower Reaches Out to Snowden 3.7.2013 CommonDreams.org Headlines
John Kiriakou (Photo: Jacquelyn Martin / AP) Former CIA officer John Kiriakou—currently serving a 30-month sentence for blowing the whistle on the systemic use of torture within the agency—penned a public letter of support and advice for Edward Snowden from his Loretto, Pennsylvania prison cell. read ...
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Headlines for July 3, 2013 3.7.2013 Democracy Now!
Morsi Rejects Army Ultimatum as Deadline Nears, U.S. Drone Strike Kills 17 in Pakistan, Bolivian Plane Grounded, Searched in Austria over Snowden Rumors, Kerry, Lavrov Discuss Snowden at Brunei Summit, Ecuador: Listening Device Found in London Embassy, 45 Killed in Iraq Bombings, Activists Say Dozens Killed in Syria; U.S., Russia Remain Apart on Peace Conference, White House Delays Key Obamacare Requirement for Employers, Arizona Fire Partially Contained; Mourners Honor Dead Firefighters, Service Workers Stage One-Day Strike in D.C., Anti-Bank Protester Acquitted for Chalk Slogans in San Diego; Activist Detained in Pennsylvania, Study: Pilotless Drones Kill 10 Times More Civilians in Afghanistan, Military Prosecutors Wrap Case Against Bradley Manning With Closed Testimony
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Headlines for July 2, 2013 2.7.2013 Democracy Now!
Headlines for July 2, 2013
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How You [and President Obama] Can Close Guantanamo Prison 2.7.2013 Commondreams.org Views
Medea Benjamin

(Photo: Witness Against Torture)Yesterday, July 1, marked the first day in office for Clifford Sloan, newly appointed Guantanamo closure envoy.

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Headlines for July 1, 2013 1.7.2013 Democracy Now!
Millions Protest in Egypt for Morsi's Resignation, NSA Leaks: U.S. Spied on European Union, Embassies, NSA Spying Targets European Countries, Correa Says Snowden's Fate in Russian Hands After Call From Biden, Assange: U.S. Pressure Won't Stop Snowden Leaks, Pentagon Blocks Access to Guardian Website Articles on NSA, Same-Sex Marriages Resume in California, Same-Sex Couple Granted First Green Card Post-DOMA, 19 Firefighters Killed in Arizona Amidst Scorching Heat, Obama Launches Energy Initiative in South Africa; Mandela Remains Critical, Kerry Claims Progress on Mideast Peace Talks, Ohio Gov. Signs Budget Bill With Anti-Abortion Measures Intact, Thousands to Rally at Texas Capitol as Lawmakers Revive Anti-Abortion Effort, Federal Judge Blocks Alabama Anti-Abortion Law
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Obama To Announce Ambitious Africa Initiative 30.6.2013 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
BY NEDRA PICKLER & JULIE PACE, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) -- President Barack Obama on Sunday will announce a new initiative...
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South Africans Slam US "Plunder" and "Atrocities" as Obama Arrives 28.6.2013 CommonDreams.org Headlines
Protesters carry placards as they protest against the visit of U.S. President Barack Obama in Pretoria, June 28, 2013.(Photo: Siphiwe Sibeko/ Reuters) "No You Can't!" was the cry as hundreds of South Africans marched on the US Embassy in the capital city of Pretoria Friday in protest of visiting United States President Barack Obama. read ...
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Headlines for June 28, 2013 28.6.2013 Democracy Now!
Senate Approves Landmark Immigration Bill After Border Amendment Draws GOP Support, NSA Swept Up Mass Internet "Metadata" Until 2011, Ecuador Renounces Trade Benefits After U.S. Questions Ties Over Snowden Case, Obama Plays Down Snowden Extradition Bid, Report: Snowden Derided Gov't Leaks in 2009 Chat, Retired U.S. General Under Investigation for Stuxnet Leaks, Syrian Exile Group Says Toll Exceeds 100,000, Obama Heads to South Africa; Mandela Remains Critical But Stable, Boston Suspect Charged With 30 Counts, Could Face Execution, Texas Gov. Perry Launches Personal Attack on Senator Behind Filibuster, Ohio Lawmakers Approve Anti-Choice Budget Bill Amidst Protests, U.S. Suspends Bangladesh Trade Benefits over Worker Safety, Israel Announces New Settlement Construction During Kerry Visit, Congress to Miss Deadline to Avert Doubling of Student Loan Rates
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Headlines for June 27, 2013 27.6.2013 Democracy Now!
Supreme Court Advances Marriage Equality with Rulings Against DOMA, Prop 8, Immigration Judge Stops Deportation Hearing Minutes After DOMA Ruling, California to Resume Same-Sex Marriages Following Supreme Court Decision, Ecuador Faces U.S. Pressure on Snowden Asylum Bid, Obama Kicks Off Africa Trip in Senegal, South African President Cancels Trip as Mandela's Condition Worsens, Senate Approves Border Amendment; Immigrant Rights Advocates, Mexico Voice Protests, Texas Executes 500th Death Row Prisoner, Citing Supreme Court Ruling, Judge Dismisses Iraq Torture Suit Against CACI, New York City Council Approves Landmark NYPD Oversight, Report: 4 CIA Officers Involved in NYPD Spying, CodePink Activists Arrested for Guantánamo Protest at White House, Friend Recounts Trayvon Martin's Last Phone Call at Zimmerman Murder Trial
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Texas Executes 500th Inmate 27.6.2013 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) -- Texas marked a solemn moment in criminal justice Wednesday evening, executing its 500th inmate since it resumed carrying out capital punishment...
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Headlines for June 26, 2013 26.6.2013 Democracy Now!
Supreme Court Strikes Down Key Section of Voting Rights Act, Obama Unveils Climate Plan, Ties Keystone Decision To Carbon Impact, Putin: Russia Won't Hand Over Snowden to U.S., U.S., Russia Fail to Agree on Syria Conference, Mandela in Critical Condition as Obama Leaves for Africa Trip, Texas Anti-Abortion Bill Fails After Marathon Filibuster, Protest, 120 Arrested in North Carolina's Largest "Moral Monday" Yet; Right-Wing Group Profiles Protesters, Dem Rep. Ed Markey Wins Massachusetts Senate Election, Gov't Denies Compassionate Release to Jailed Civil Rights Attorney Lynn Stewart
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Manning Trial Testimony Resumes As Courtroom Closures Are Eyed 26.6.2013 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
FORT MEADE, Md. -- Prosecutors in the court-martial of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning are preparing for the trial's first courtroom closures to protect classified evidence....
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Military Sex Assault Victim: 'If I Had To Do This Over Again, I Would Live In Silent Misery' 26.6.2013 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
Michelle Ten Eyck, a civilian employee at Fort Bliss, Texas, underwent months of physical and psychological trauma at the hands of an Army coworker before...
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Headlines for June 25, 2013 25.6.2013 Democracy Now!
Headlines for June 25, 2013
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Starving for Justice: US Hunger Strikers and Human Rights Activists Rally on Wednesday, June 26 at White House To Demand Closure of Guantanamo Prison Camp 25.6.2013 Commondreams.org Newswire

Weeks past President Obama’s speech announcing his renewed intention to close Guantanamo, human rights activists — including three US military veterans on open-ended fasts in solidarity with hunger striking Guantanamo detainees — will stage dramatic protests on Wednesday, June 26th at the White House calling on the President to turn his promise into action. 

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Headlines for June 24, 2013 24.6.2013 Democracy Now!
Headlines for June 24, 2013
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Meet The People Risking Their Lives To Bring Justice To Mexico 23.6.2013 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
MONTERREY, Mexico — Rosa González cannot shake the memory of the state investigator who was too afraid of reprisals to take a full report, the...
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In Yemen, Most Al Qaeda can be Captured, but Killing is Easier 23.6.2013 Commondreams.org Views
Ann Wright Protesters loyal to the Shi'ite al-Houthi rebel group burn an effigy of a U.S. aircraft during a demonstration to protest against what they say is U.S. interference in Yemen, including drone strikes, after their weekly Friday prayers in the Old Sanaa city April 12, 2013 (Reuters / Khaled Abdullah) read ...
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Headlines for June 21, 2013 21.6.2013 Democracy Now!
Leaked Docs Detail Broad Guidelines for NSA Retention of Private Info, Report: Skype Developed Program to Abet Gov't Spying; Ex-Facebook Exec at NSA, WikiLeaks Associate: Plane Ready to Bring Snowden to Iceland, U.S. Investigating Private Firm that Cleared Snowden, House Defeats Farm Aid Bill with Radical Food Stamp Cuts, GOP Senators Propose Doubling of Border Guards in Immigration Bill, 1 Million Rally Across Brazil as Protests Mount, Flooding Kills 150 in Northern India, Report: Global Warming Will Devastate the World's Poor, Study: 1 in 3 Women Worldwide Assaulted by Partner, U.S. Drone Strike Killed 10-Year-Old in Yemen, Gitmo Doctors Reject Call to End Force-Feeding of Hunger-Striking Prisoners, Jury Selection Concludes in Zimmerman Trial, Opening Statements Begin Next Week, FBI Denies Investigation of Late Journalist Michael Hastings, Gay "Conversion" Ministry Apologizes, Disbands, Hunger Strikers Demand Reversal of Philadelphia School Layoffs
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