Letters and Politics

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – April 3, 2004

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Spain’s Interior Minister says three suspects in the Madrid Railway bombings blew themselves up in a building while surrounded by police

More than a hundred people gather in front of the U.N. Plaza in San Francisco to demand that China stop persecuting spiritual, religious, and political groups

Two community groups – one in Arizona and the other in East Palo Alto – unite in protest against the Romic Environmental Technologies Corporation, which runs hazardous waste facilities

Nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu submits a formal request to renounce his Israeli citizenship

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