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Sunday, March 28, 1999 Published at 06:26 GMT


World: Europe

Picture gallery: Global protests



Demonstrators across Europe and the United States have made their feelings known about the Nato bombing of Yugoslavia in a series of protests.


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A Polish immigrant in Boston compares US intervention in Europe to the days of Soviet domination.


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Chicago's Albanian community voices their support for the Nato action.


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"Clinton - a second Hitler" reads a placard outside Nato HQ in Brussels


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More than 1,000 people opposed to the bombings demonstrate outside London's Whitehall government buildings.


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Communist flags at an anti-Nato demonstration outside the US embassy in Moscow, which is still spattered with ink from previous protests.


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"Peace without Nato" reads a banner at a demonstration in Stuttgart, Germany.


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Over 2,000 demonstrators, mostly Serbs, take to the streets in Nicosia, Cyprus.





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