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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – April 5, 2004

More than a thousand U.S. troops surround the city of Fallujah in possible preparation for a door to door search for Iraqis who took part in the killings and mutilation of U.S. security contractors last week

In Baghdad U.S. authorities vow to arrest radical Shiite leader Moqtada Al Sadr.. Helicopter gunships fire on a Shiite residential district where Al Sadr’s supporters are concentrated

President Bush says he’ll tell the September 11th commission that his administration lacked the information needed to prevent the attacks

The United Nations Human Rights Commission critisizes Oakland Police for using force against anti-war demonstrators at the Port of Oakland nearly a year ago

As baseball season begins, veteran Oakland Coliseum food workers charge the new corporate food concessionaire wants to slash wages and health benefits the workers have enjoyed for years

Secretary of State Colin Powell visits Haiti, promising tens of millions in aid.. aid which ousted President Aristide had pleaded for in vain

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