Wikinews:Broadcast/Crawl for April 11, 2005

+ Anti-Japan protests spread to more Chinese cities; Anti-Japan protests continued for a second day in China on Sunday, as an estimated three thousand protesters marched on the Japanese consulate in Guangzhou + Thousands march on Baghdad; Tens of thousands of protesters waving national flags marched in Baghdad, Iraq earlier today on the anniversary of the toppling of Saddam Hussein + Panic in Sumatra; People living on the Indonesian island of Sumatra have fled their homes after an earthquake of magnitude of 6.7 hit the area earlier Sunday. + Las Vegas 'chili finger' woman has history of lawsuits; Anna Ayala, the Las Vegas woman who claims to have found the internationally-renowned "chili finger" at a Wendy's outlet in San Jose, California, has a history of filing lawsuits against other businesses + Israeli president shakes hands with leaders of Syria, Iran at Pope's funeral + FDA recalls "Mama's" brand smoked salmon; threat of contamination with Listeria monocytogenes + Romanian investor kidnapped in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is safe; Dinca had been kidnapped by soldiers dressed as civilians + South African former apartheid party dissolves + Arsenic and Thalidomide may be used to fight cancer; hope as a basis for new treatments, extending the lives of patients with an so-far incurable bone marrow cancer, multiple myeloma + EU accession treaty for Romania published on the Internet + Scientists proudly display oldest crystal on Earth; tiny piece of rock 4.4 billion years old + Wikinews, a free-content news source. visit us online at