US diplomat Rice jeered during tour of England

March 31, 2006 11:41


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US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was greeted by protesters carrying anti-war banners, along with cries of 'war criminal' and 'human rights abuser' as she joined British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw on a tour of northern England on Friday. Rice's planned visit to a Blackburn mosque was canceled Thursday after anti-war protesters planned to heckle her during prayer time, a mosque leader said. A prominent poet and actress pulled out of planned appearances at a Liverpool Philharmonic concert Rice was to attend Friday in protest of US policies. But Rice said she wasn't surprised by the protests, calling it an essential element of a healthy democracy. "People have the right to protest. That's what democracy is all about," she said in Blackburn, with Straw at her side

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