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"Face of anti-war movement" says she has lost faith in America and its politicians.
Anti-war campaigners led by Cindy Sheehan have begun a fast outside the White House to demand that US troops leave Iraq.
Cindy Sheehan, the American woman whose son was killed in Iraq and who has spurred the anti-war movement in the US, has been arrested while protesting outside the White House.
Cindy Sheehan, whose son was killed fighting in Iraq and who camped for weeks outside US President George Bush's Texas ranch to protest the war, has brought her message to Washington with rallies and lobbying in advance of a larger demonstration.

Tensions are mounting in the Texas town near US President George Bush's ranch, as a small army of his supporters poured in to challenge demonstrators opposed to the war in Iraq.

A Utah television station is refusing to air an anti-war ad featuring Cindy Sheehan, whose son's death in Iraq prompted a vigil outside President George Bush's Texas ranch.
Hostility has grown against opponents of the Iraq war encamped outside US President George Bush's ranch after a driver mowed down white crosses planted along a road bearing the names of dead US soldiers.

The determined protest by the mother of an American soldier killed in Iraq has given US President George Bush little escape from politics during an August vacation at his beloved Texas ranch.

Hundreds of demonstrators against the war in Iraq have squared of with others rallying in support of President George Bush outside Bush's holiday home in Crawford, Texas.

About 70 anti-war protesters shouting "bring the troops home" from Iraq have gathered near President George Bush's ranch, prompting two White House officials to come out to meet mothers who lost children in combat in Iraq.

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