Russia Crimean action protests held outside Downing Street in London

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Sunday, March 23, 2014

Earlier today, demonstrations and protests were held on Whitehall, London against the Russian action in the Crimea region in the last few weeks. Whitehall is opposite the British Prime Minister David Cameron's residence in Downing Street. Wikinews took some pictures early in the demonstration.

Protests on Whitehall in London demonstrating against the Russian action in Crimea.
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The Flag of Ukraine flying during the protest.
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Banners on display during the protest opposite Prime Minister David Cameron's residence in Downing Street, London. One banner reads: "NATO save Ukraine".
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The sign reads: "Sanctions will harm the city? Silence will kill millions!"
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More posters displaying messages of "Uk and Russian stop the collusion!"
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Passers-by gaze at the demonstration, protests and posters.
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