Democracy Now

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 15, 2004

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Haitian President Aristide returns to the Carribean – two weeks after his ouster – on his arrival in Jamaica the U.S. backed interim Haitian government suspends ties with Jamaica

Spain’s incoming leader says he will make good on his pre-election pledge to pull Spanish troops out of Iraq – he reprimands President Bush and British Prime Minister Blair saying "You can’t organize a war with lies"

Anti-war protestors march to the White House from Walter Reed Army Medical Center where many wounded soldiers are being treated – urging President Bush to bring the U.S. troops home from Iraq

Thousands rally in Sacramento to save California’s community college system from budgetary ruin

Oakland parents, students, and staff protest what they say is premature demolition of classrooms at a school the state-appointed administrator says will be closed

The first in our series on air pollution in the San Joaquin Valley

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