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Tuesday, November 18, 2003

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  • Report: U.S. Casualties From Iraq War Top 9,000

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    We speak with UPI’s Mark Benjamin who reveals that new Pentagon data puts the number of U.S. casualties since the beginning of the Iraq invasion–including troops killed, wounded or evacuated due to injury or illness — at over 9,000, a significant increase over earlier estimates. [Includes transcript]

  • London in a State of "Virtual Siege" Ahead of Bush State Visit to UK

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    Tens of thousands of demonstrators are expected to take to the streets of London in protest at Bush’s visit where some 14,000 police officers are on duty. We go to London to speak with a Telegraph reporter as well as an organizer with the Stop the War Coalition. [Includes transcript]

  • FTAA Protesters Say Miami Police Violating 1st Amendment Rights

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    More than 20,000 protesters are expected to descend on Miami where trade ministers from 34 Caribbean and Latin American countries are convening for free trade talks. We go to Miami to host a debate between the Miami Police Department and the ACLU and we hear from Public Citizen’s Lori Wallach. [Includes transcript]