Stop Imperialism – Episode 64

April 26, 2013 at 1:44 AM
Animal carcasses lie on the ground, killed by what residents said was a chemical weapon attack on Tuesday, in Khan al-Assal area near the northern city of Aleppo, March 23, 2013. REUTERS/George Ourfalian

 

IN TODAY’S EPISODE:

1.  United States

 us Boston bombing suspect cites U.S. wars as motivation, officials say
Martial law in Boston: American democracy in shambles
Canadian government unveils “terror plot” as it adopts draconian new law
New report on torture, extraordinary rendition
The money helping CISPA through Congress
CISPA’s immunity provision would allow corporate hacking
Segment Start: 00 h 11 min 08 sec
Segment End: 00 h 48 min 22 sec

2. Syria

 syria_80 Syria govt. forces clear more areas around Homs
Qatar faces backlash among rebel groups in Syria
Syria censures EU plan to buy oil from militants
Kerry tells NATO to prepare for Syrian chemical weapons
Crossing Obama’s “red line” on Syria will require concrete proof
Israel accuses Syria of using chemical weapons against rebels
Testimony reveals Hagel-Kerry rift on Syria
Russia warns EU not to lift Syria arms ban, UK keeps pushing
Pacific Fleet naval force to enter Mediterranean Sea in mid-May
Segment Start: 00h 49 min 14 sec
Segment End: 01h 16 min 58 sec

3. Venezuela

 Venezuela The United States shows its contempt for Venezuelan democracy
Claims of fraud in Venezuela: The fake evidence of Henrique Capriles
Venezuela’s Maduro announces “new cycle of the revolution”
Segment Start: 01 h 18 min 12 sec
Segment End: 01 h 40 min 30 sec

4. Libya

 libya Car bomb targets French embassy in Libya, wounding 3 and reflecting deepening lawlessness
Libya deposits $2 bln in Egypt cbank from investments
The IMF releases its latest economic forecasts – Libya good in short term, but needs reform in long term
Libya probe into pipelines blast points to sabotage
Libya to build 11 stadiums for 2017 Africa Cup of Nations
Segment Start: 01 h 43 min 17 sec
Segment End: 01 h 58 min 00 sec

5. Nigeria

 nigeria It’s Nigeria, Chad, Niger operation – army
Nigeria Christians threaten religious war
Nigeria signs deals to sell power assets in big drive to privatise
Segment Start: 01 h 59 min 44 sec
Segment End: 02 h 13 min 25 sec

6. U.S. Labor

 us At least 100 dead in latest Bangladesh garment disaster
FedEx signs new $10.5 billion contract with USPS
Proposed bill would end 40-hour work week
Fruits and vegetables, but no health guarantees
NPR attacks disability, bolsters ‘new consensus’ against welfare
Mortgage relief checks go out, only to bounce
Segment Start: 02 h 14 min 49 sec
Segment End: 02 h 39 min 33 sec

7. Under the Radar

Under Radar Former AFRICOM chief at Senate hearing: Using word ‘drone’ fuels Al Qaeda propaganda
OVL, OIL may buy India energy ticket to Myanmar
Malaria remains endemic in Democratic Republic of Congo
Ecuador leader on drug war: We provide the dead, the U.S. the noses
Family farmer and allies converge on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange to mark La Via Campesina’s International Day of Peasant Struggle
UnFreedom Day in Cape Town
Segment Start: 02 h 41 min 55 sec
Segment End: 02 h 57 min 26 sec

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