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​500,000 homeless in Gaza, Afghan insider attack & tracking ‘terrorists’

Abby Martin on classified documents released by the Intercept showing how nearly half of the US government's official watch list of "known or suspected terrorists" aren’t affiliated with any organized group. The latest on the Gaza conflict, with mounting pressure on Israel as the death toll continues to rise. The treatment of teens in American prisons and the appalling state of juvenile facilities. RT’s Anastasia Churkina talks about a recent attack in Afghanistan that claimed the life of US Army Major General Harold Greene. The 50th Anniversary of the Gulf of Tonkin incident, and a few of the most absurd pretexts for war in modern history. Finally, author and journalist David Seaman discusses the growing popularity of Bitcoin, as well as Gaza and President Obama’s comments on America’s use of torture on terror suspects.

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