Anti-war march in London
Monday, March 21, 2005
Tens of thousands of anti-war protesters marched though London on Saturday to mark the two year anniversary of the . Organisers estimated the number of marchers at over 150,000, however the police put the number at 45,000.
The march started at Hyde park and moved past the American embassy, ending in. The protest was one of a number of demonstrations around the world. Protests took place in , , and the .
The protests had been called by the Anti-war Assembly of the 2005, an annual conference of the alternative globalization movement which took place in , in January 26–31, and were supported by coalitions from all over the world. The London protest was organised by the .
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