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Monday, September 30, 2002 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: 20,000 Peacefully Protest Against Corporate...
2002-09-30

Over 500,000 Take to the Streets in Europe: Major Protests in London and Rome Condemn War in Iraq

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Up to 400,000 demonstrators joined a peace march through London on Saturday, according to organizers Stop the War coalition and the Muslim Association of Britain, who claimed the show of unity was one of the biggest protests of its kind.

In Rome, 100,000 peace protesters took to the streets on Saturday.

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