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Public Address 06/09/04 - The Innocents

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/09/04 - The Innocents

The Innocents | Sep 06, 2004 10:48
Russell Brown's Hard News

The Beslan massacre has unfolded before all our eyes, and we have all thought "how could they kill children like this?" It was ghastly. But what do we then think about the fact that, according to Genocide Watch, Russian forces have slaughtered 50,000 Chechens, many of whom, even...,

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Scratching the vinyl | Sep 06, 2004 09:35
Graham Reid's many things

A DJ came to my house recently. This isn't the kind of thing I would normally admit to, but bear with me. First, he wasn't a DJ in the old sense -- not one of those guys who sells ads and their own egos between "classic" rock on the radio...,

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Any publicity | Sep 06, 2004 09:07
GUEST: David Williams' Dateline London via Sydney

They're clever buggers, those Republicans. They'd never held a convention in New York (till now) and they knew any move to do so would make them the subject of massive demonstrations and ridicule. Even more reason to do so, you can almost hear them say - after all, any publicity...,

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