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Jeremy Scahill Topics

An archive of interviews and reports filed by Democracy Now! correspondent Jeremy Scahill. He is the national security reporter for The Nation magazine. He is the author of the best-selling book, "Blackwater: The Rise of the World’s Most Powerful Mercenary Army." He blogs at TheNation.com.

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  • Last week, Pacifica reporters Jeremy Scahill and Amy Goodman turned down a citation from the Overseas Press Club for the documentary "Drilling and Killing: Chevron and Nigeria’s Oil Dictatorship." They rejected the honor in protest of the Overseas Press Club’s agreement that reporters would not be permitted to ask questions of U.S. special envoy to Yugoslavia Richard Holbrooke, the event’s keynote speaker, despite...
    Apr 27, 1999 | Story
  • Last night, Pacifica reporters Jeremy Scahill and Amy Goodman attended the Overseas Press Club’s 60th anniversary dinner. Our documentary, Drilling and Killing: Chevron and Nigeria’s Oil Dictatorship, was receiving an honorable citation for radio reporting. [includes rush transcript]
    Apr 23, 1999 | Story
  • This past November, Democracy Now! producer Jeremy Scahill traveled to Iraq and spent a few days in Basra, where he had the chance to visit communities and hospitals, and talk to residents in the area, which was heavily hit during the Persian Gulf War. Doctors there told him about a dramatic rise in cancer, birth defects and other illnesses, and attributed this to the use of depleted uranium by the U.S. military. Depleted uranium is used in...
    Dec 21, 1998 | Story
  • Jeremy Scahill discusses the current political climate in Baghdad.
    Nov 25, 1998 | Story
  • Democracy Now! Producer Jeremy Scahill and Anchor Amy Goodman were in Nigeria for the past three weeks. During their trip, they talked to a large cross-section of Nigerians on a wide range of issues. Over these next few weeks, they will be bringing you some of the Voices from the Nigerian Resistance.
    Sep 08, 1998 | Story
  • On Sunday, Democracy Now! producer Jeremy Scahill and I went to the Andrews Air Base where the U.S. Department of Defense was hosting its annual air show. On display was an extensive array of state-of-the-art military technology including the B-1 bomber and the B-52 bomber, which was used most recently to bomb Iraq in 1996.
    May 18, 1998 | Story