Anti-Kriegs-Proteste in Südkorea

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In Südkorea ist es nach der Ankündigung 3000 Soldaten in den Irak zu verlegen zu heftign Protesten gekommen. Südkorea würde dann das drittgrößte Kontingent in der US-geführten Koalition stellen. Hier der AFP-Bericht:

Anti-war demonstrators have scuffled with riot police near the office of President Roh Moo-Hyun to protest the dispatch of South Korean troops to Iraq, witnesses said.
The scuffles erupted on Tuesday when riot police blocked about 200 slogan-chanting protesters from marching close to the presidential compound in central Seoul. Demonstrators shouting "Down with (President) Roh Moo-Hyun" pushed and kicked police who pushed them back using plastic shields.

Similar scuffles erupted earlier in the day when hundreds of riot police erected a barricade with buses to block 500 activists and students from entering a military airport at the southern outskirts of Seoul.

Dozens of students unfolded a banner reading "Scrap S Korea-US alliance" on top of the police buses as their colleagues wrestled with riot police at the gate of the airport.

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