Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Monday, August 18

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Visit to watch the daily independent, global news hour. Watch this summary of top news headlines from the U.S. and around the world on Monday, August 18, 2014. Visit the Democracy Now! website to read the complete transcript, search the vast news archive, and to make a donation to support our daily, non-profit news program.

In this video, you’ll learn about these top news headlines:

Autopsy: Michael Brown Shot 6 Times, Twice in Head

Missouri Governor Orders National Guard into Ferguson as Protests Flare

Ferguson Police Stoke Anger with Release of Unrelated Shoplifting Video

Kurdish Forces Advance as U.S. Launches Most Strikes of Northern Iraq Bombing Campaign

Iraqi Officials: ISIL Executed Yazidis Who Refused Conversion

Syrian Gov’t Renews Airstrikes on ISIL

Group: ISIL Kills over 700 Tribal Members in Eastern Syria

Netanyahu Says Israel Prepared to Renew Assault as Ceasefire Deadline Looms

Thousands Take Part in Largest Israeli Peace Rally Since Gaza Assault

Protesters Block Israeli Ship from Docking in Oakland

Ebola Patients Flee Liberia Clinic after Crowds Attack

Russia: Agreement on Aid Convoy to Ukraine, None over Ceasefire

Assange Confirms Plans to Leave Ecuadorean Embassy in London

Texas Gov. Perry Vows to Fight Charges of Abuse of Power, Coercion

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