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BUSH BRITAIN PALACE
RTR74MC
November 17, 2003
Lindis Percy (2L), a lone anti-war protestor, is taken away by British
police after mounting a two-hour...
London, UK
BRITISH POLICE REMOVE A LONE ANTI-WAR PROTESTOR WHO CLIMBED THE GATES
OF BUCKINGHAM PALACE.
Lindis Percy (2L), a lone anti-war protestor, is taken away by British
police after mounting a two-hour long protest on top of the gates of
Buckingham Palace whilst holding an upside-down U.S. flag with the
inscription "Elizabeth Windsor and Co we don't want him here", November
17, 2003. The woman, wearing a fluorescent waistcoat, dodged tight
security to scale the six-metre high wrought iron gates on the eve of
U.S. President's George W. Bush's state visit to Britain. REUTERS/David
Bebber

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