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April 14, 2021 29 min

Independent journalist and author Nicolas J. S. Davies: UN Now Engaged in Negotiations in Afghanistan to End America's Longest War 

People For the American Way's Marge Baker: Voter Suppression Opponents Enlist Support from Major U.S. Corporations

Kings Bay Plowshares anti-nuclear activist Mark Colville: Last of Kings Bay Plowshares Anti-Nuclear Weapons Protesters Receives 21-Month Prison Sentence

Bob Nixon's Under-reported News Summary
 - Israel's 1st trial of a prime minister begins
 - Number of billionaires grew 30 percent during pandemic
- Dangers of factionalism among Democratic Socialists of America

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