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    French politicos say “Give Snowden asylum”

    Free Speech Radio News radio spot, 3 July, 2013

    Europe continues to steam over the latest allegations of American spying on EU officials, amid growing demands to postpone US– EU trade talks slated to begin on Monday. Meanwhile, French political parties on both the left and right are calling for fugitive American whistleblower Edward Snowden to be offered asylum in France. FSRN’s Liam Moriarty has more.

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    EU proposes new nuclear safety regs

    Free Speech Radio News radio spot, 14 June, 2013

    After the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in 2011, regulators in the European Union ordered stress tests be done on Europe’s 132 nuclear reactors. Today, the EU has issued strengthened regulations based on those tests. But anti-nuclear activists say the new rules will do little to reduce the chances of a Fukushima-type meltdown occurring on the continent. From France, FSRN’s Liam Moriarty has more.

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    Traffic on Washington state roadways at 10-year low

    KPLU-FM (Seattle, WA, USA) radio spot, 29 May, 2013

    It may not feel like it when you’re in your car, but figures from the state Department of Transportation show there’s less traffic on Washington’s roads than at any time in the last 10 years. KPLU’s Liam Moriarty explains …

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    Eagles chase herons from Seattle's largest colony

    KPLU-FM (Seattle, WA, USA) radio spot, 13 May, 2013

    The great blue heron is one of Washington’s most iconic birds. So is the bald eagle. Now, it seems eagle attacks on heron nests are driving herons to abandon the largest colony in Seattle. And volunteers are asking local residents to help them figure out where the herons have gone. More from KPLU’s Liam Moriarty …

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