The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 24, 2004

Hotel workers are back on the job in San Francisco after a six week long lockout.. .negotiations in the dispute are set to resume next week…

The opposition presidential candidate in Ukraine calls for a general strike
to protest elections he says were marred by massive fraud …the country’s
outgoing president warns Ukraine could slide into civil war…

Israel says it will allow international observers to monitor upcoming
elections to replace Yasser Arafat …but Israel won’t promise to pull
its troops out of the West Bank…

It’s day two of a U.S. led offensive against towns and villages south of
Baghdad …there’s been relatively little resistance to the raids…

The Green party says it’s considering its options following a federal
judge’s refusal to order a recount before the official Ohio presidential
count is finished…

A San Francisco jury acquits a former police officer of felony battery
in the so called “Fajitagate” scandal, but deadlocks on four other
charges. ..the district attorney says he plans a retrial..

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