Latest Protests against the Iraq War Stories
Political protesters in Washington Monday got in some last licks at President George W Bush, throwing shoes at an inflatable effigy of the outgoing president.
Text of report by Iraqi government-controlled Al-Iraqiyah TV on 21 August [Full text of joint news conference by US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari in Baghdad - live] [Zebari; speaking in English, transcribed from English; in progress] - with the prime minister was positive.
By QASSIM ABDUL-ZAHRA By Qassim Abdul-Zahra and Robert Burns The Associated Press BAGHDAD Iraqi and U.S. negotiators have completed a draft security agreement that would see American troops leave Iraqi cities as soon as June 30, Iraqi and American officials told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
[News conference by Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari in Baghdad - live] Iraqi TV station Al-Iraqiyah TV at 0815 gmt on 2 July carries live from Baghdad a 45-minute news conference by Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari.
CRAWFORD, Texas (Reuters) - Cindy Sheehan, who gained international attention a year ago for protesting the Iraq war, returned to the town near President George W. Bush's ranch on Sunday to resume her protest.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea will try to make civilian protesters stand court martial if they trespass on a planned site for a new U.S. military base and attack soldiers deployed there to clear the area, officials said on Monday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Granny Peace Brigade waved canes in triumph and sang "God Help America" on Thursday after a New York judge found 18 grandmothers innocent of disorderly conduct for protesting the war in Iraq.
LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will face protests against the Iraq war when British counterpart Jack Straw takes her on a tour of his northern English constituency on Saturday, organizers said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Dozens of U.S. anti-war protesters were arrested on Monday in demonstrations marking the third anniversary of the Iraq war, while others denounced President George W. Bush during an appearance in Cleveland.
By David Clarke LONDON (Reuters) - At least 14,000 anti-war protesters marched through London on Saturday, three years after the invasion of Iraq, calling for U.S. and British troops to pull out. Some marchers held placards bearing a photograph of U.S. President George W.