November 2004

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The following events occurred in November 2004:

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  • Swiss voters overwhelmingly approve government proposals to permit research using stem cells of human embryos. (BBC)
  • An explosion in a coal mine in the Chinese central province of Shaanxi leaves 187 men trapped underground. Official figures show 4,153 mining accident deaths in the last nine months, while 119 miners are still missing from a November 20 iron mine fire in Hebei. (BBC) (Xinhua) (Xinhua)
  • Conflict in Iraq: 42 primarily Shi'a parties release a statement saying a postponement of elections would be illegal. The U.S. military reports a U.S. soldier is killed by a roadside bomb in Duluiya north of Baghdad and that troops discover 17 more corpses in Mosul, raising the number found to at least 50 in two weeks. Hospital officials in Ramadi say two people are killed and three wounded when U.S. troops fire on suspected insurgents. (Reuters) (BBC)
  • 2004 Ukrainian presidential election:
    • Russia intimates that its opposition to fresh elections might not be unshakable. (BBC)
    • The Donetsk regional council is to hold a referendum on 5 December on giving the region the status of a republic within Ukraine. (BBC)
  • An oil tanker, the Athos 1, leaks approximately 30,000 US gallons (100 m3) of crude oil into the Delaware River in the eastern United States while pulling into a Citgo oil refinery. The Coast Guard closes part of the river to commercial traffic while cleanup begins. (Reuters)

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