The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – July 8, 2005

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The death toll from the attack on the London transit system rises to 49 but will go still higher……more bodies are trapped deep underground in one subway station……police believe each bomb on the three subway cars weighed less than ten pounds and that at least some had timers

Bay area Muslims leaders denounce the London bombings……they’re joined by catholic and protestant clerics

Increasing evidence that Iraqi soldiers are abusing and torturing suspected insurgents held in Iraqi detention centers

World leaders at the G-8 summit in Scotland unveil a fifty billion dollar package to help lift Africa out of poverty

Philippines president Gloria Arroyo defying increasing demands for her resignation…

And California’s Attorney General goes to court to keep governor Schwarzenegger’s redistricting initiative off the November special election ballot

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