The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – February 8, 2005

Mahmoud Abbas and Ariel Sharon agree to a ceasefire after four years of Mideast bloodshed…

President Bush campaigns in Detroit for his program of deep cuts in domestic
spending, restructuring Social Security and limiting damage awards…

Union members turn out in San Francisco to.rally against governor
Schwarzenegger’s proposal to do away with mandatory meal breaks..

In Oakland, students, parents and education activists hold an evening
protest of the continued dilapidated condition of schools statewide..

A United Nations aid official says governments are slow to deliver on the aid pledged to tsunami victims

Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice urges European critics of the Bush administration to move beyond their disagreements over the U.S. war on Iraq

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