Protests broke out in more than 70 cities in the United States: no war against Iran and withdrawal from the Middle East

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 Protests broke out in more than 70 cities in the United States: no war against Iran and withdrawal from the Middle East


According to reports, a large number of protesters gathered in New Yorks Times Square, holding anti war slogans such as no war and the United States withdraws from Iraq, calling on the United States to withdraw its troops from Iraq and end the war against Iran.

In Washington, D.C., protesters packed Lafayette Park across from the White House, carrying signs that read the United States withdraws from the Middle East, dont start war or sanction Iran, and stop bombing Iraq, chanting there is no peace without justice.

On the same day, more than 70 cities including Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle held protests. The demonstrations were sponsored by the answer coalition, an American anti war organization, which was formed after the September 11 attacks.

In the early morning of January 3, U.S. drones launched an air strike on Iraqs Baghdad International Airport, killing several people, including the commander of Irans special forces, Kasim Sulaimani. The U.S. Defense Department said President trump ordered the attack on Sulaimani.

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