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BTL:Washington Intensifies Verbal Attack on Iran
by Between the Lines
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04 Nov 2007
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1) Washington Intensifies Verbal Attack on Iran
Interview with Reese Erlich, radio journalist and author, conducted by Scott Harris
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2) Regional Iraq War Protests Draw 100,000
Report on Boston's anti-Iraq war protests, one of 11 regional demonstrations on Oct. 29 across the U.S., produced by Melinda Tuhus
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3) Bush/Cheney Succeed in Reviving Imperial Presidency
Interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning, Boston Globe reporter Charlie Savage, conducted by Scott Harris
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4) This week's summary of under-reported news
Compiled by Bob Nixon • Wave of violence in eastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo may have passed, but civilian populations there continue to face high levels of violence from the Congolese Army and rebel troops loyal to dissident Hutu General Lauren Nkunda. • Environmental groups are split over political strategy as the U.S. Senate starts debate over a global warming bill. • Hillary's fundraising machine has attracted some unusual fundraising bedfellows, including those who helped bail out George W. Bush's failing Spectrum oil company as well as those who raised money for rightwing figures like Jesse Helms and Al D'Amato.
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