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Tuesday, August 3, 1999

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  • War and Peace Report

    On Monday, Moscow played host to Milo Djukanovic, the pro-Western president of Montenegro, Serbia’s increasingly reluctant smaller sister republic in Yugoslavia, despite complaints from Belgrade that it had not been consulted. Djukanovic was received warmly by Russian officials including Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov, a chief Kremlin rival.

  • Mumia Press Conference

    The following press conference discusses new revelations in the case of political prisoner and death-row inmate Mumia Abu Jamal. According to Philip Bloch, a former prison volunteer, Abu Jamal confessed the murder of a police officer to him. A letter has surfaced raising serious questions about Bloch’s charges.

  • Mumia Commentary

    At the beginning of every month Democracy Now! airs "All Things Censored," commentaries written by journalist and death row resident Mumia Abu-Jamal, and produced by Noelle Hanrahan. Recordings of Mumia’s voice have been banned by the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and so each month we bring to you notable people recording his new essays.