Pro-Palestinian activists protest outside Brown's office in London

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August 25, 2009 16:58

 
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Hundreds of Pro-Palestinian demonstrators gathered outside British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's London office on Tuesday, to protest his meeting with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. According to reports, the crowds were protesting 'the occupation,' waving PLO flags, and signs reading 'Stop the siege on Gaza,' 'Free Palestine,' and 'Stop Israel.' The protesters attempted to block the road outside Brown's office, and police detained a number of people for questioning.

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