Army Base Is Site of Protests Marking War Anniversary

Today is the second anniversary of the war in Iraq's beginning. At Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, N.C., peace activists mark the event with protests, workshops and meetings. Activists say they are trying to communicate the message that they are against the war, but support the troops.

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