Monthly Archive: September 2004

September 16, 2004

Download MP3 Headlines (5:00) Annan Says Iraq Invasion Illegal The United Nations Secretary General has come the closest to declaring the U.S. led invasion of Iraq illegal.  Coalition members are criticizing the comments. Anastasia Kershaw...

September 15, 2004

Download MP3 Headlines More Violence in the Occupied West Bank Israeli forces killed an 11-year old girl and at least 10 Palestinian fighters in separate incidents in the occupied West Bank. Laila el-Haddad reports...

September 14, 2004

Download MP3 Headlines Turkey Threatens to Leave Coalition Turkish government officials threaten to take troops out of Iraq if the U.S. military continues to strike at the Turkmen minority in the northern part of...

September 13, 2004

Download MP3 Headlines Outbursts in Iraq Violent outbursts have been spreading throughout Iraq over the past few days with car bombs and helicopter attacks topping the list of incidents. Dozens are reportedly dead and...

September 10, 2004

Download MP3 Headlines Hurricane Ivan Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow Hurricane Ivan is bearing down on the island nation of Jamaica in the southern Caribbean. Some rains and winds have touched the island but the full...

September 09, 2004

Download MP3 Headlines Hurricane Ivan Leaves Grenada Heads for Jamaica Hurricane Ivan is being blamed for the death of 16 people in Grenada. Almost 30 people’s deaths and dozens of injuries are being attributed...

September 08, 2004

Download MP3 Headlines More Kidnappings in Iraq Yesterday in Baghdad four people working for nongovernmental organizations affiliated with the Italian peace movement were kidnapped by a group that has not yet been identified. Nora...

September 07, 2004

Download MP3 Headlines (6:09) A Washington judge ruled today that the state’s 1998 Defense of Marriage Act, which limits marriage to one man and one woman is unconstitutional.  It is the second such victory in...

September 03, 2004

Download MP3 Headlines Job Growth Slow More new jobs were created last month according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Yet the pace is still far off the rate established in the past decade. Jenny...