The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 16, 2004

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As Spanish mourners fill a Madrid cathedral remembering the 200 people killed in an attack believed linked to Al Qaeda, President Bush urges Spain to keep its small occupation force in Iraq.. the new Prim Minister has pledged to withdraw Spanish troops

Another deadly day in Iraq.. Seven people reported killed, including 2 European engineers working on a water project

Anti-war groups plan to mark the one year anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq with more than 250 actions in this country alone

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez offers refuge to ousted Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide.. Chavez says he doesn’t recognize the new U.S. backed interim government in Haiti.. and neither does Jamaica, at least for now

An Israeli helicopter strike in Gaza kills two Palestinians and wounds 14 – including a 2 year old girl

Alameda County Supervisors with a unanimous vote oppposing the U.S.A. Patriot Act

Former President Clinton leads an effort to raise ten million dollars for John Kerry in just ten days

A new Bush campaign ad charges that John Kerry has turned his back on U.S. soldiers in Iraq

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