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Friday, September 10, 1999

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  • Allan Nairn Reports from East Timor

    Today, Democracy Now! departs from its usual reporting of the headlines to bring you a report on the latest events in East Timor. Immediately before today’s broadcast, host Amy Goodman had the opportunity to speak with journalist Allan Nairn, who is in the United Nations compound in Dili. [includes rush transcript]

  • Mumia 911

    On Saturday, September 11th, artists around the country will participate in Mumia 911, a National Day of Art to Stop the Execution of Mumia Abu Jamal. Tomorrow, artists will create and perform works, hold concerts, shows and exhibits, and dedicate their events to the award-winning death row journalist and political prisoner. Events and performances will be held in various parts of the country, in places such as Seattle, Boston, New York, Las Vegas and Hawaii, and in places around the world such as Berlin, Tasmania and Barcelona.

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