The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 14, 2004

The U.S. offensive against Fallujah is apparently winding down, and Iraqi’s
prime minister claims the rebels in Fallujah have been defeated…

Gunfire breaks out at a memorial for the late Palestinian president Yasser
Arafat… the apparent target, former prime minister Mahmood Abass, is
unhurt…

A regional summit on the conflict in Ivory Coast recommends an immediate
arms embargo. ..

Iran tells the United Nations it’s suspending its nuclear enrichment
program,

Climate scientists warn that the artic regions could be drastically altered
by global warming. . . polar bears are among the species in greatest danger…

Nearly two weeks after the election, the mayor’s race in San Diego is
still undecided…

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