The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 11, 2005

A House of Representatives committee holds a hearing on government secrecy — there are more government documents hidden from public view now than there were at the height of the cold war

British lawmakers approve a new anti-terrorism law — the prevention of terrorism act allows the government to order house arrests and impose curfews and electronic tagging on suspects without trial

The Bush Administration wants to cut in half the number of people being held prisoner at the Guantanamo Bay naval station

The nation of Spain marks the first anniversary of the Al-Qaeda attack that killed 191 and wounded more than fifteen hundred….

Haiti’s former prime minister Yvon Neptune hospitalized….he’s been on a hunger strike for 19 days protesting his detention without trial

A Santa Clara county superior court judge orders three independent on-line reporters to divulge confidential sources in a lawsuit brought by Apple Computer

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