The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – June 25, 2004

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Another U.S. air raid on Fallujah as jets hit a suspected safehouse of the Islamic militant thought to be behind yesterdays coordinated attacks on Iraqi cities that killed over a hundred. …the U.S. Military today’s raid killed up to 25 insurgents, but Iraqi sources say the only victims were civilians

The Republican chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee unhappy with NATO’s lack of commitment to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. . . . .President
Bush is off to Europe to try to convince NATO to train and arm Iraqi Security forces

The Green Party convention debating who it should back for President …one of its own or the independent candidacy of Ralph Nader… .Nader meanwhile is hit with a complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission

Housing activists in San Francisco charge that a supervisors proposal for budget savings will cripple housing inspections in the city

Good news for public housing residents in the City of Alameda as officials say they’re rescinding the terminations of over a hundred Section 8 vouchers

And the Bay Area’s first ever March for Justice for Transgender People