Thousands protest Iraq war, economic globalization


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  • Sunday, 25 Sep 2005

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters flooded Washington on Saturday to stage dual demonstrations against the U.S.-led war in Iraq and economic globalization, and to demand that President George W. Bush bring troops home. 

Anti-war demonstrators marched in London as well, and protests were planned in San Francisco and Los Angeles that called for an end to military action in Iraq nearly 30 months after a U.S.-led invasion ousted Saddam Hussein. 

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