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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – February 23, 2004

Ralph Nader says he shares a common goal with Democrats of ousting President Bush from the White House – and rejects charges that he is running as a spoiler in the Presidential Campaign

The Bush Administration sends 50 marines to Haiti to protect the U.S. Embassy – as armed rebels vow to march on the capital within the week

A suicide car bombing targets a police station in Kirkuk, killing 13 Iraqi police officers and wounding 51 people

Palestinians present their case at the World Court against the Israeli barrier in the West Bank, saying it is annexing large areas of Palestinian land.. Israel, the U.S., and the European Union stay away from the hearing

San Francisco’s new minimum wage law takes effect – with a mandatory raise to 8.50 an hour

Closing arguments in the IBM cancer trial in Santa Clara County

The second break-in in 8 days at the home of the Humboldt County District Attorney, who is the target of a recall campaign largely financed by Pacific Lumber

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