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Khat trade in Ethipoia and lack of transparency of CSIS

by Scott Price

April 19th 2013 Warning Shots
Human rights Activist Ali Saeed live in studio to talk about KHAT, which is a natural stimulate that is a significant part of the Ethiopian economy. Later on in the show we will also Toronto based freelance reporter and investigative researcher Tim Groves on to talk about CSIS, the lack of oversight of it and how CSIS uses Canadian Citizens private information.

Program info
1:07 show starts
6:38-news briefs
10:48-musical break- Antibalas
15:00-interivew with Ali Saeed on Khat
23:01- Musical break- Antibalas
28:51- Interview with Tim Groves on CSIS
48:41-announcement
49:22-musical break- Antibalas
54:26- closing out of show

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I am a History student studying at the University of Winnipeg, studying African history and Oral history. I also volunteer at CKUW a community and campus radio station based in Winnipeg. I produce a weekly one hour international news show.

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