Thousands march against war in central London

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November 20, 2010 18:52

 
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LONDON — A thousands-strong protest spearheaded by military families has descended on central London to demonstrate against the war in Afghanistan.

The Stop the War Coalition says that 10,000 people marched through the British capital in a protest against the war, which is stretching into its 10th year.

Britain is the second-largest source of military manpower for the NATO-led mission in Afghanistan, which is grappling with Taliban rebels as it tries to stabilize the country's government.

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