The KPFA Evening News (Weekend)

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 22, 2004

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Outrage and anger after Israel assassinates the founder and spiritual leader of Hamas – Sheik Ahmed Yassin – Hamas vows revenge.. The European Union condemns the killing.. the Bush Administration says it’s deeply troubled

Bush Administration officials heap criticism on former anti terrorism advisor Richard Clarke following publication of his book sharply critical of President Bush’s leadership in the so-called War on Terror

Disability rights activists block the doors to the Department of Health and Human Services to protest policies they say lead to their commitment to nursing facilities

City unions in Richmond charge mismanagement caused the budget shortfall that could result in widespread layoffs

A Kern County judge rules that Central Valley air pollution regulators can downgrade the Valley’s compliance with pollution standards

Defeated Salvadoran Presidential candidate Shafik Handal of the leftist FMLN party accuses the victorious right wing candidate Tony Saca of resorting to lies, fear, and blackmail, to win

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