Marchers stretched more than three miles down Broadway in New York City
"Unofficial estimates put the crowd at 150,000 to 250,000.
"Unilateral action is something the U.S. wants to discourage in the world. The downside is this (war) is setting a precedent, that this is OK," said Fred Wood, a computer scientist from Arlington, Va."
Protests Are Worldwide
Worldwide protest against the US-led war on Iraq shows no sign of abating with many demonstrations planned for today.
Anti-war protests sweep Africa
In the coastal town of Mombasa in Kenya, hundreds of youths marched carrying placards and banners, with messages condemning the United States government and Britain.
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