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  Children at the peace march
Pierre, 10, from Devon, persuaded his mum to bring him to the anti-war demo because 'I care so much about stopping war'
1/9 Pierre, 10, persuaded his mum to bring him to the peace demo from Devon because 'I really care about stopping war'
Dominic and Tom, both 9 and from Tonbridge Wells, were a bit scared at first by the noise on the march, but soon found it OK
2/9 'Saddam is evil, but that doesn't mean we should kill millions of people' - Dominic and Tom, both 9 and from Tunbridge Wells
Over a million people joined the anti-war march - including Saeed and Ardan, who couldn't stop blowing their trumpets!
3/9 Over a million people joined the anti-war march - including Saeed and Ardan, who couldn't stop blowing their trumpets!
Annie and Reuben (both 10) got the idea for their Lord of the Rings-inspired poster from an anti-war demo in America
4/9 Annie and Reuben, both 10, took 3 days to create their Lord of the Rings-style poster after seeing one at a demo in America
Aamir, 10, from Nottingham: 'I'm worried that a war could lead to World War 3'
5/9 'I'm worried that a war could lead to World War 3' - Aamir, 10, from Nottingham
'Half a million Iraqi children will die if there's a war' - Osama, 10 and Obada, 13, who both live in London
6/9 'Half a million Iraqi children will die if there's a war' - Osama, 10 and Obada, 13, who both live in London
Nuriye, 10, came from Brighton with her parents and 7-year-old brother Cem
7/9 Nuriye, 10, came from Brighton with her parents and 7-year-old brother Cem because she doesn't want war
Martin, 11, wrote his own anti-war message.  He wished more of his friends had come along to the protest.
8/9 Martin, 11, wrote his own anti-war message. He wished more of his friends had come along to the protest.
'We should sort out Korea first, which is a much bigger threat than Saddam Hussein' - John, Adam, Luke and Jesse from Plymouth
9/9 'We should sort out Korea first, which is a much bigger threat than Saddam Hussein' - John, Adam, Luke and Jesse from Plymouth

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