Dahr interviewed by The Real News says “that though some journalists avoid linking weather patterns to climate change, global warming still exists.
“Humanitarian Crisis Intensifies in Fallujah as Iraqi Gov’t Accused of Killing Over 100 Civilians” “A new report by Truthout has revealed doctors, residents and non-governmental organization workers in the city of Fallujah are accusing the Iraqi government of war crimes and crimes against humanity in its ongoing attack against the city. According to one account,
Dahr appeared on Al Jazeera’s Listening Post May 4, 2013, “Iraq: ‘Disciplining’ the Media.” We assess the country’s factionalised media as Nouri al-Maliki’s government shuts down 10 satellite TV stations. aljazeera.com/programmes/listeningpost/2013/05/20135410111714964.html Dahr’s interview begins at 2:09.
“Ten Years Later, U.S. Has Left Iraq With Mass Displacement & Epidemic of Birth Defects, Cancers”
“Dahr Jamail Returns to Iraq to Find Rampant Torture and a Failed State Living in ‘Utter Devastation’”
Gulf Oil Spill: BP Execs Escape Punishment as Fallout from Disaster Continues to Impact Sea Life “Two years since the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history, we look at its impact on the Gulf of Mexico’s residents and wildlife even as no BP officials have faced criminal prosecution for the disaster. Eleven workers died
While some ailing local residents and clean-up workers have settled with BP, others have filed class-action suits. Two years after the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, local residents and clean-up workers say they have developed serious illnesses. Those affected blame a combination of the five million barrels of oil spilled
“Two years after the disaster, scientists and fishermen say they are seeing a disturbing amount of mutated sea life. Inside Story speaks with guests: Riki Ott, J Bennett Johnston, and Dahr Jamail.” The beginning of this video includes the Gulf seafood deformities report posted previously. Guest interviews begin about 5 minutes into the video.
Nearly two years after BP’s oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, fishermen and scientists say things are getting worse. New Orleans, LA – Hundreds of thousands of people living along the US Gulf Coast have hung their economic lives on lawsuits against BP. Fishermen, in particular, are seeing their way of life threatened with