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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – April 6, 2004


One of the bloodiest days of fighting in Iraq since President Bush declared major combat over.. At least 13 American soldiers are killed.. A dozen of them marines in Ramadi.. Dozens of Iraqis are slain, many of them non-combatants, including women and children as occupation forces battle Sunni insurgents west of Baghdad and Shiite militants in the South.. In Washington the Bush Administration suggests more troops may be sent in

A class action lawsuit filed against the Federal Government’s no-fly list that’s keeping law-abiding Americans off commercial aircraft.. The plaintiffs range from a college student to a female member of the military to a retired minister

Another lawsuit against the Transportation Security Administration.. A baggage screener at the Oakland Airport claims he was fired for union organizing activity

San Francisco State University floats the prospect of eliminating its School of Engineering to help close its 14 million dollar budget deficit

Shell Oil planning to shut down a profitable refinery in Bakersfield.. Activists are calling on the State Attorney General to intervene

Somber commemorations of the 10th anniversary of the massive genocide in Rwanda.. Between a half million to a million people were killed


Jake&Papa feat. DUBB & Karina Pasian
Leave Me
The MANuscript
Mac Reem feat. Mr. Perkins
Top Speed
OuttaTown Fame
Closed Casket
Tha President feat. Mac Heem
Finessin And Flexin
Tha President feat. Smurf Hicks
Money On Schedule
Tha Presidident feat. Pooh Hef
No For An Answer
It Is What It Is
Fetticeni Feast'n
Coco Butta
Jules Jones
I Don't Wanna Know Your Name
Jules Jones feat. M. Dot Brando
Can We Go On
OuttaTown EQ
King Reegz
You Know I Do
King Reegz feat. Big Mack
What It This
Nu Munni Ent.
Around The World
Nu Munni
Wat You Ask For
J Luv feat. Little Larry
Inside You
Lem APB feat. Spitboi
See Me
Haters Can't Wait
Shmave Doe feat. San Quinn

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