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| August 12, 2014

Gaza behind the headlines

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Today on rabble radio, we feature a couple of interviews which provide some of the background behind the headlines about the attack on Gaza.

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| August 6, 2014

River Run 2014: Public forum with Grassy Narrows

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A group of people from Grassy Narrows spoke at a public forum about the current conditions on their reserve and demanded action on mercury pollution.

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Indie Inside: Karl Sanden

Karl Sanden grew up playing music in the Thompson River Valley, and he spent most of his childhood years in Kamloops, B.C. Along with his brother and sister, he frittered away his afternoons practicing the piano throughout his elementary and high school years. After leaving music behind for several years, he now devotes much of his spare time to studying the accordion and mandolin, and hopes one day to pursue music full-time.

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Jim Manly on Gaza, Canadian politics and the 'right to protect'

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The Conservatives have become more and more unbalanced in their support for extremist Israeli actions, and opposition parties, fearing a Zionist reaction, have also been thrown off balance.

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What are the health and ecosystem impacts of the tar sands in Fort Chipewyan?

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#DailyGRRR! host Rachel Avery speaks with Stephane McLachlan, the lead researcher of a study released this week about the health and ecosystem impacts of the tar sands in Fort Chipewyan.

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Israel accused of war crimes in UK Parliament across party lines

Here are highlights from a UK parliamentary debate in which MPs variously accused Israel of war crimes, disproportionate violence, ruining peace negotiations by building illegal settlements, running the world's largest outdoor prison, collective punishment,and attacking water supplies, hospitals, supply centres and all manner of other civilian targets.

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| July 19, 2014
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