US anti-war activists protest

Support of Washington's huge troop deployment in Afghanistan is beginning to waiver.

    Even before Washington announced the deployment of more troops to Afghanistan, US public support for the war was at an all time low.

    Anti-war activists say the decision to send more troops will leave many Americans disappointed.

    But Al Jazeera's Sebastian Walker reports that though there have only been limited protests so far, the public mood is changing.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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