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Shows featuring George Medina

  • Mass Antiwar Protests in Japan, Fate of Iraq Hostages Remains Unclear Japanprotest
    U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney arrived in Japan to lend support to Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi for keeping troops in Iraq despite threats to execute three Japanese hostages. We go to Tokyo to speak with the international coordinator of Peace Boat, a Japan-based NGO focusing on peace education and advocacy. [Includes rush transcript]
    April 12, 2004 | Story