UK anti-war activists face eviction

Peace camp outside Britain's parliament must be disbanded, court rules.

    Peace demonstrators who have been camping outside the British parliament since May are facing forced eviction on Friday.  

    A court ruled thay are damaging the famous square outside the building, but the activists have no intention of leaving.

    Nadim Baba reports from London,

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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