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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – April 4, 2005

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Military documents indicate CIA interrogations may have played a role in the deaths of several Iraqi prisoners… The ACLU calls for immediate action by the U.N. Commission on Human Rights to address the abuse and torture of prisoners by the U.S. in Iraq

Energy giant Chevron Texaco is preparing to buy its smaller rival Unocal in a 16.4 billion dollar deal, as oil prices continue to rise…

A state appeals court upholds the state’s domestic partner law which gives registered partners many of the same rights and protections of marriage.

California nurses and other critics of Governor Schwarzenegger promise thousands will turn out for an evening rally in San Francisco tomorrow to protest his appearance at a fundraising event.

Oakland’s city attorney warns council members that allowing pesticides on public land could open the city to lawsuits

Thousands of mourners wait for hours to file past the coffin of Pope John Paul the Second..

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