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Thousands Rally on Anniversary of Invasion of Iraq
WASHINGTON - Thousands of protesters - many directing their anger squarely at President Barack Obama - marched through the nation's capital Saturday to urge immediate withdrawal of troops from Iraq and Afghanistan. At least eight people, including activist Cindy Sheehan, were arrested by U.S. Park...
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250 Rally at West Point for End of Afghan War
WEST POINT — More than 250 people held a candlelight vigil outside the U.S. Military Academy on Tuesday night to protest President Barack Obama's decision to escalate the 8-year-old war in Afghanistan. The protest was held shortly before Obama announced that the United States would send 30,000 more...
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US Braced for Surge of Protest Over War in Afghanistan
The conflict in Afghanistan used to be called the 'forgotten war'. But with the number of soldiers dying there outstripping casualties in Iraq, support – for the fighting and for President Obama – is melting away
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American Antiwar Movement Plans an Autumn Campaign Against Policies on Afghanistan
A restive antiwar movement, largely dormant since the election of Barack Obama , is preparing a nationwide campaign this fall to challenge the administration’s policies on Afghanistan. Anticipating a Pentagon request for more troops there, antiwar leaders have engaged in a flurry of meetings to...
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Soldier Seeking Asylum: 'I Want to Be Able to Atone'
Elsa Rassbach interviews André Shepherd, a U.S. soldier applying for asylum in Germany
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Senator Kerry's Panel to Call Afghanistan Veterans
No counterparts to the young Kerry at war hearing
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Antiwar Groups Fear Barack Obama May Create Hawkish Cabinet
Activists note that most of the candidates for top security posts voted for the 2002 resolution authorizing President Bush to invade Iraq or otherwise supported launching the war.
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Hofstra Anti-War Protesters Plead Not Guilty
HEMPSTEAD, New York - A group of Iraq war veterans and their supporters who were arrested outside last month's third presidential debate at Hofstra University pleaded not guilty Monday to disorderly conduct. The 15 defendants, including 10 veterans, came to Nassau First District Court in Hempstead...
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Iraq War Protesters Gather Near Hofstra On Debate Day
HEMPSTEAD, New York - A series of Iraq war protests throughout the day culminated with the arrest of 15 people on disorderly conduct charges at the gates of Hofstra University. The largest crowd, about 350 people, carrying signs and shouting slogans, gathered outside the gates at 5:30 p.m. and...
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Book Exposes Iraq Occupation Through US Soldiers' Eyes
"We Blew Her To Pieces"
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