Monday, July 17, 2006

  • Israel Bombardment of Lebanon Enters Sixth Day, Hezbollah Strikes Haifa

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    Israel’s bombardment of Lebanon has entered its sixth day and the Lebanese death toll has now topped 150: almost all of them civilians. Meanwhile, Hezbollah is continuing to fire rockets at northern Israel. On Sunday, a missile hit Haifa, Israel’s third largest city. The Israeli death toll since now stands at around 24. We go to Lebanon to get a report. [includes rush transcript]

  • Hezbollah, the United States and the Context Behind Israel’s Offensive on Lebanon

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    As Israeli warplanes continue to bomb Lebanon and Hezbollah fires rockets into northern Israel we get context on the crisis with two analysts: As’ad AbuKhalil, a Lebanese professor of political science at California State University and Chris Hedges, a senior fellow at The Nation Institute and the former Middle East bureau chief for The New York Times. [includes rush transcript]

  • Lopez Obrador Leads Over 1.1 Million Supporters in Mexico City to Call for Presidential Vote Recount

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    In Mexico, over 1.1 million people rallied on Sunday in Mexico City to demand a full recount in the country’s contested presidential election. Presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador called on the crowd to commit acts of peaceful civil resistance to force a recount. [includes rush transcript]

  • Putin Dismisses Bush’s Call For Russia to Follow Iraqi Model of "Democracy"

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    Leaders of the world’s industrialized nations gathered for the annual G8 meeting in Moscow this weekend. On Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Bush gave a joint news conference that highlighted their differences over Israel’s actions in Lebanon, the state of Russian democracy and Iraq. [includes rush transcript]

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