2015-04-15 20:16:36

Uprising with Sonali - April 15, 2015

Iraq's Haider Al Abadi visits the United States for the first time as Prime Minister. We'll examine the state of US-Iraq relations. And, as the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide approaches, we'll find out why there is still so much political reluctance among elites to acknowledge that the genocide happened. Finally, Nestle's water bottling operation in California in the face of a crippling drought, has activists up in arms – we'll turn to the Courage Campaign. 

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