Feb 03, 2016

Headlines for February 03, 2016 | Democracy Now!

Case of Sexually Transmitted Zika Virus Reported in Texas; Clinton Wins 0.2% Victory in Iowa; Sanders Sweeps Young Voters; Protesters Launch Global Actions Against TPP Signing in New Zealand; Bangladesh: 6,000 Workers Narrowly Avoid Fire at Sweater Factory; Pakistan: 2 Workers Killed Protesting Privatization of Airline; U.S. Seeks to Quadruple Military Budget for Europe, Citing "Russian...

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