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UK Anti-militarism Newswire Archive
HERE are some photos from Saturdays anti-war demo...
March 20th Demonstration Pictures..
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Photos taken from the main gate protests at Menwith Hill this Friday. Appologies for the poor quality of photos but they were taken with an old camera in poor low light levels, and have been later adjusted for clarity.
I found this excellent antiwar mix, and its free to download and distrabute.
On 20 March 2004, tens of thousands of protesters reminded Tony Blair that the ongoing, illegal war in Iraq has not been forgotten
One year since the Iraq war began, tens of thousands of people gathered in London's Trafalgar Square to remember the year that has been and protest the UK's continuing involvement in the war.
More photos at nyclondon.com
Here there are four photos of people and props at the M20 anti-War demo in London.
Links to reports from around the world.
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'Tony Blair is one of the greatest politicians in the world but...' says the star of McDonalds adverts Chris Eubank.
Photos of the Anti-War march in London, March 20th 2004. (set 2)
Short report on London anti-war march.
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On the anniversary of the start of the war in Iraq, two of our volunteer climbers scaled Big Ben and held a banner, reading 'Time for the truth', under the clockface.
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Menwith Hill Action - Update on arrests, police behaviour, the success of the event and a call for info form those that were there.
Members of allied groups in the Progressive Webgroup Alliance who are unable to attend the "real world" demonstrations are today making their voices heard in an online action, if there is anyone reading this who would like to join the action, please see below from the Progressive Webgroup Alliance mailing list
This is a press release from the Fairford Coach Action.
The police have arrested who knows how many protesters so far, clearing a couple of gates. Some pictures from the continuing protest.
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Six of those arrested at Menwith Hill were taken to Fulford Nick in York. Protesters from the city came to demonstrate for their release.
Global Mobilization Against US Occupation and "Corporate Invasion" of Iraq