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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – June 6, 2004

Setting aside differences over the Iraq war, U.S. President George W.
Bush and French President Jacques Chirac said leaders today had a duty to honor the values the soldiers died for by defending the cause of freedom and democracy together.

The funeral for former president Reagan is set for Friday — a day that’s being declared a national day of mourning. Reagan died yesterday at 93.

Today in San Francisco, a celebration of Israel’s 56th anniversary was met with loud opposition outside of San Francisco’s baseball park

The biotech industry launches its 13th Annual Conference today in San Francisco. GMO activists will protest throughout the four-day meeting

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