The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 19, 2004

President Bush warns against what he calls signs of weakness or retreat as he marks the one year anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq

Iraqi resistance fighters mark the day with rocket or mortar fire at U.S. occupation headquarters.. In San Francisco, hundreds march through the streets in protest

The Army drops all charges against Moslem Chaplain James Yee who was initially investigated on charges of espionage at Guantanamo Naval base

Hundreds of outnumbered pro-Taliban and Al Qaeda fighters face withering attacks by Pakistani troops on the Afghan border — thousands of civilians flee the fighting

The voting has begun in Taiwan, where the President escapes an assassination attempt with a bullet wound to the stomach.. Salvadoran voters go to the polls Sunday

State Attorney General Bill Lockyer says federal officials should weight potential terrorism risks before approving a storage facility for radioactive waste at the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Reactor

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