3/28/2009 10:07:00 μ.μ.

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G20 protest: Thousands march for 'jobs, justice and climate'


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Police estimate crowd numbers in London at 35,000, which would exceed organisers' hopes

Tracy McVeigh, Paul Lewis and Alok Jha


Demonstrators attend the Put People First march through central London, beginning several days of protest surrounding the G20 summit. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters


2 Responses to "G20 protest: Thousands march for 'jobs, justice and climate'"
grsail said :
29 Μαρτίου 2009 - 12:17 π.μ.
"crowd numbers in London at 35,000" !

That is like 0,4% of London's population ... WOW !!!!

If we take in to account that many of the protesters were not London's inhabitants but just 'guests', we conclude that the whole city was in the streets!!

Maybe my friend this is the revolution !
[ please do not worry, we did not miss it; the revolution will be … televised …] :-))
29 Μαρτίου 2009 - 12:38 π.μ.
please,think about this crowd number...
all this demostratet people is not
just from london.....
but they comes around from Europe
and New World...!!!!!
Ιt's a realy proud number between
these crowd timelles/crise...!

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