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Tuesday - Greece Mine Follow, Stonehenge Study, Prison Mental Health

Highlights Include:Part One:* Greece Mine Follow. A Canadian mining company in Greece responds to complaints raised by thousands of protesters.* Stonehenge Study. Research suggests Stonehenge was first and foremost a communal cemetery.Part Two:* NWT Devolution Follow. A First Nation chief explains why he isn't behind NWT's move to get provincial powers.* Iron Dome Researcher. An MIT professor doubts Israel's claims...
Highlights Include:

Part One:

* Greece Mine Follow. A Canadian mining company in Greece responds to complaints raised by thousands of protesters.
* Stonehenge Study. Research suggests Stonehenge was first and foremost a communal cemetery.

Part Two:

* NWT Devolution Follow. A First Nation chief explains why he isn't behind NWT's move to get provincial powers.
* Iron Dome Researcher. An MIT professor doubts Israel's claims about the accuracy of its U-S-funded missile shield. 

Part Three:

* Prison Mental Health. A critic says planned restrictions on inmates found not criminally responsible are too punitive.
* Falklands Plebescite. Not "si", but "yes." Falkland Islanders vote overwhelmingly in favour of staying British.

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