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A week's worth of KPFA news reports covering many world events including: Bombing of U.S. Marines show - suspect is a marine, US command reports B52 bombing; Italy -- cabinet resigns; Londonderry report; Arab conference -- Egypt‚Äòs Nasser on Pilots, Israel, and Americans; State Department denies jets for Israel -- ‚still under consideration‚; Turkey and America control of NATO facilities; FBI arrests a Soviet man in Seattle, Washington who is accused of espionage; Nixon says U.S. will stop producing biological toxins; Young Lords forced to leave Newark, New Jersey struck school -- by the police; Denver, Colorado 40 school buses bombed; racist jukebox songs; Repression Inquiry at Pauley Ballroom -- Police agents infiltration; Chicago trial; UC Berkeley students and supporters organize to demand the abolition of college tuition; LA school desegregation -- ACLU lawsuit against the district; North Carolina will not give any funds for bussing; raid on Black Panther Party headquarters. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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