PITTSBURGH (KDKA)–Demonstrators took to the streets in Pittsburgh and around the country to protest the Trump administration’s assassination of a top Iranian military leader and decision to send thousands of soldiers to the Middle East.
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The protestors are demanding the U.S. withdraw all troops from Iraq and end what it fears will become a war on Iran.
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About 100 people gathered at Schenley Plaza in Oakland Saturday afternoon. Some were holding signs saying “No War in Iran” and “Out of Iraq.”
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The Pittsburgh Day of Action was hosted by ANSWER Pittsburgh, the Answer Coalition, CODEPINK and others.