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3 Feb, 2015 07:14

Gladiator games, India’s corporate nuke takeover & honoring fallen journalists

Abby Martin discusses a new report outlining how the EU suppressed crucial information about the dangers of certain chemicals in pesticides. How the Super Bowl promotes the ideals of military intervention and allows the NFL to fleece tax payers for millions of dollars. Vijay Prashad, professor of international studies at Trinity College, talks about President Obama’s recent trip to India to advance and nuclear treaty, as well as other economic issues impacting Indian citizens. Sam Sacks, of the District Sentinel, talks about Loretta Lynch, the new nominee for US attorney-general. Finally, an ode to the many journalists that have been killed or imprisoned around the world for their reporting.

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