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Protestors Take to London's Streets

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Protestors Take to London's Streets

Protestors Take to London's Streets

Protestors Take to London's Streets

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Tens of thousands of people march through the streets of London Thursday, protesting President Bush's state visit. The demonstration culminated in Trafalgar Square with the toppling of a gold-painted statue of Mr. Bush, meant to echo the removal of a statue of Saddam Hussein in Iraq. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.