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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 19, 2004

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A joint U.S. Iraq raid on one of the most important Sunni mosques in the
country leaves at least four dead inside the sanctuary …it’s not clear
what the objective of the attack was…

In an unprecedented move several NATO members forbid their own officers
assigned to the alliance’s two command centers to participate in a collective
training mission in Iraq

More than 20-thousand people in the streets of Santiago Chile protesting the
Iraq war, president Bush’s visit there, and the Asian-Pacific economic
cooperation summit

Thousands of opposition Iranians rally in Washington D.C. calling on the
Bush administration to take a hard line against the government of Iran as it
did with Iraq

In Venezuela the prosecutor of the backers of the country’s 2002 coup is
assassinated…

Negotiations resume in San Francisco’s hotel labor dispute.. .and a one day
Strike is planned at 14 Sutter hospitals in Northern California

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