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Protesters on day of Honduras election 2009
Frieda Werden, Gilda Velazquez | Perspectives from people harmed by the coup and Hillary Clinton
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John Pilger | At present, it is a war of propaganda, of lies and distraction, but this can change instantaneously with the first mistaken order, the first missile.
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Redeye Collective | Boko Haram rose to prominence last year when they kidnapped 276 schoolgirls. They now control large areas of northeastern Nigeria. Ajamu Baraka says this rise is linked to the NATO attack on Libya.
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Redeye Collective | Noam Chomsky, Michael Moore, Oliver Stone and over a hundred others have signed a statement of support for local residents in their decision to refuse a new military base in Okinawa.
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Mel Watkins | Obama's ambivalence and Putin's truculence and candour have created an opening for diplomacy to do what seemed impossible only days ago.
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Medea Benjamin | There is little time left to stop this new, mad rush to war. At both the Senate and House hearings, officials mentioned that their constituents were overwhelmingly opposed to intervention.
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Jon Queally | New poll numbers show that the American public simply doesn't want to wage war against Syria.
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Derrick O'Keefe | If only we could prorogue the war machine.
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Sarah Lazare | Policy experts and peace advocates caution against a rush towards intervention, arguing there is no military solution to Syria's humanitarian crisis.
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Tom Hayden | The United States and Canadian governments cannot maintain any global credibility if they support this dictatorship.
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Turkish protests continue
This Week on Media Mornings | This Week on Media Mornings is a weekly independent Canadian and global news hour, featuring the top headlines and commentators from the past week.
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Sarah Marusek | Many thousands of Palestinians mobilized on Friday, June 7 in a Global March to Jerusalem to draw attention to the continued violations against East Jerusalem and its people.