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    First Antiwar march drew 100,000/Primera marcha antiguerra:100,000 By Frontlines correspondent MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - Police declared the crowd at around ten
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      First Antiwar march drew 100,000/Primera marcha antiguerra:100,000
      By Frontlines correspondent

      MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - Police declared the crowd at around ten thousand
      but have also conceded that it the largest march in about thirty years.
      In fact, the demonstration had more than 100,000 people

      The crowd is shoulder to shoulder from Trades Hall in the north of the
      city to the Art Centre in the south (about ten city blocks) and is
      spilling into side streets.

      This is the first march of the hundreds planned for the period between
      14-16 of February around the wrold against Bush's War Party.
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      MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - La policia declare que la multitude tenia unos
      10,000, pero admitio que era la marcha mas grande de los ultimos 30
      años. En realidad, los participantes sumaban unos 100,000.

      La multitud, espalda con espalda ocupaba un tramo de la ciudad de 10
      cuadras, desde el Trades may al norte hasta el Centro de las Artes en el
      sur.

      Esta es la primera marcha de las cientos que se realizaran entre el 14 y
      el 16 de Febrero en todo el mundo contra la guerra de Bush.

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