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Thursday November 18, 2010

Posted on November 18, 2010 by Flashpoints

Edmond Mulet Head of the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti

Anti UN protests rock Haiti’s capitol, and protests continue around the country for the fourth day running. Also, Swedish Ambassador confirms the Cholera Strain originated in Nepal. Burmese pro-democracy activists fight to free 2000 political prisoners, we’ll feature an interview with a filmmaker of a new film that documents the struggle.
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Kevina Pina: Haiti Information Project
Jeanne Hallacy: Yayzan Lan, A Film by Jeanne Hallacy and the Democratic Voice of Burma,


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