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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 7, 2003

  • Another U.S. Helicopter goes down in Iraq, killing 6. 2 more soldiers are killed in seperate attacks, bringing the U.S. death toll to 32 for the week, the highest since May.
  • A setback for the Bush Administrations Iraq Policy, as Turkey’s planned commitment of troups is scrapped.
  • Sharp Arab reaction to Bush’s call for Democracy throughout the Middle East.
  • The Nation’s Unemployment rate dips, but many of the new jobs are in low-paying or part time positions.
  • A union call to boycott Safeway, which owns supermarkets in Southern California where unions have been on strike for a month.
  • A thousand people at a conference in Madison Wisconsin to launch a media reform movement.

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