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Ford cars set afire in anti-war protest

A dozen cars belonging to a Ford dealership on the outskirts of Rome were set on fire Friday in a protest against war in Iraq, Italian police said. Nobody was injured in the overnight attack against the U.S. automaker, police said. A banner reading “Sabotage the imperialist war” was hung on the gate of the lot where the vehicles were parked. Police also found gloves, a flammable liquid they believe was used to start the blaze and nails scattered on the road leading to the area. Also on Friday, the remains of two Molotov cocktails were found by a Jaguar dealership in Rome, along with the same banner against the war. The devices did not go off, police said, and no vehicles were damaged. Jaguar, the maker of British luxury cars, is owned by Ford. Full Story

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