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Huge Worldwide Protests Demand Iraq Troop Pullout

More than a million antiwar protesters poured into the streets of cities around the globe on Saturday’s anniversary of the invasion of Iraq to demand the withdrawal of U.S.-led troops. From Sydney to Tokyo, from Santiago, Chile, to Madrid, London, New York and San Francisco, demonstrators condemned U.S. policy in Iraq and said they did not believe Iraqis are better off or the world safer because of the war. Journalists estimated that at least a million people streamed through Rome, in probably the biggest single protest. In London, two anti-war protesters evaded security to climb the landmark Big Ben clock tower at the Houses of Parliament, unfurling a banner reading “Time for Truth. Full Story

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