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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 27, 2004

A trio of European states tells Iran that if it won’t agree by Monday to
freeze parts of its atomic program, the European union would not stop moves
to seek sanctions against Tehran. . .

Ukraine’s parliament calls the contentious November 21st presidential
election there invalid. the declaration bolsters supporters of liberal
challenger Victor Yushenko

Kellia Ramares reports on a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution
that would allow foreign-born citizens to become president of the United States.. The inspiration for the change is to allow Austrian-born California
governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to run for the office…

Dozens of Tibetans hold a vigil in downtown Berkeley to stop the
execution of their religious leader in Tibet…

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