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 Global Research News Hour 
 Global Research News Hour Episode 212
 Weekly Program
 Patrick Henningsen, Eva Bartlett, Tom Duggan, Michael Welch
 CKUW news  
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As the United Nations and human Rights organizations like Amnesty International ratchet up their criticisms of the Syrian military campaign, and as Turkey conducts its own operations in the Kurdish-occupied Afrin region, the Global Research News Hour radio program separates the facts from the propaganda and outlines the realities concerned members of the public need to focus on if peace is to be restored to the country and the region.
In our fist interview, Canadian independent journalist Eva Bartlett deconstructs the propaganda campaign based on her research and her own on-the-ground reporting from the conflict zone.
Next we hear from British journalist Tom Duggan. He has spent the last four years of his life residing in Damascus and brings us a recent report about the carnage he has witnessed and the role of Western media in abetting the crimes that continue to unfold.
Finally, Patrick Henningsen, founder and editor of 21st Century Wire, brings us his analysis of the actual reasons for America's interest in undermining the Syrian government, the strategies being pursued in the wake of Syrian military victories, and where Turkey, the Kurds, and Israel fit in.
interviews by Michael Welch
Audio quality a little poorer than usual, especially in the Tom Duggan interview.

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