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Intensified Security In a Tense Capital

The nation’s capital became a city at war yesterday, as police guarded every major bridge and roadway, war protesters worked hard to disrupt traffic, and residents gathered to watch television reports about the conflict with Iraq — and to remember the military personnel whose lives are on the line. All 3,600 D.C. police officers began working 12-hour shifts, tightening security across the city. Protesters created one early morning traffic jam, at the Key Bridge, and then held scattered demonstrations and marches throughout the day. Some area high school students walked out in protest of the war, while others drilled their teachers about the meaning of the bombings in a faraway country. Full Story

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