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UPDATED: 14:39, October 29, 2006
Anti-war protest in Hollywood calls for end to Iraq war
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About 1,200 people, including antiwar activist Cindy Sheehan and some movie actors, staged a demonstration Saturday outside the CNN office in Hollywood to call for an end to the war in Iraq and protest the network's coverage of the Bush administration.

Protestors carried red signs in the shape of stop signs that read "Stop Bush." many of them in colorful clothing, calling on the Bush administration to bring U.S. troops home from Iraq and other countries.

The troops were victims of American imperialism, they said, urging the government to start focusing on the welfare of people in the country.

"The two weeks before the election really is when people go to vote, and there's nowhere on the ballot for people to vote against the war and it directly affects the people here in the