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Photo-Essay 2: NZ Marches Against US War Machine

Photo-Essay 2: New Zealand Marches Against US War Machine

Thousands of people took to the streets of Auckland, and hundreds more in Wellington, Dunedin and other centres today as part of an International Day Of Action called to protest against the invasion and occupation of Iraq by USA-UK-Australian soldiers. Scoop reports…

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Scoop Photo-Essay Reportage - Thousands of people took to the streets of Auckland, and hundreds more in Wellington, Dunedin and other centres today as part of an International Day Of Action…
- Photo-Essay 1: NZ Marches Against US War Machine
- Photo-Essay 3: NZ Marches Against US War Machine


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