Friday, February 4, 2000

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  • Michael Moore

    Republicans George W. Bush and John McCain spent yesterday promoting their military and foreign policies in South Carolina, which has become the new battleground for the presidential rivals as they head for the February 19 primary there. [includes rush transcript]

  • As the US Continues Bombing Iraq, Activist Is On Hunger Strike Protesting Economic Sanctions

    Western planes bombed Iraq yesterday for the second time this week amidst US accusations that Baghdad is rebuilding weapons destroyed by the US and British planes. Baghdad said that the planes had bombed civilian targets. [includes rush transcript]

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