Protestors Take to London's Streets 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.
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Protestors Take to London's Streets

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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.