The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 17, 2004

A massive car bomb kills 27 people in and near a hotel in the heart of Baghdad.. The blast comes 3 days before the first annivaersary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq

Bay Area anti-war groups announce plans to mark the anniversary of the invasion and occupation.. In Washington, 500 thousand signatures to censure President Bush are presented to Congress

The Spanish Prime Minister Elect intensifies his criticism of the U.S. occupation of Iraq, saying it is turning into a fiasco

At least 7 are dead and 300 injured in the worst clashes between Kosovo Serbs and Albanians in the 4 years since the United Nations assumed administrative control

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger turns aside complaints by county leaders over state appropriation of 1.3 billion dollars in local property taxes, saying they’ll have to tighten their belts,

Why some Central Valley residents call it quits after struggling with unbearable air pollution

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