Protestors against Italian troops in Iraq will be out on the streets in Rome on Sat 20 March. The march for peace, which is expected to attract a large turn-out, will start at 14.00 from Piazza della Repubblica, near the city's main railway station, (not Piazza Barberini as originally planned) and will wind its way to Circo Massimo. It is estimated that the turn-out will be equal to the peace march in February 2003 when one million demonstrators took to the streets of the capital carrying the distinctive rainbow flag of peace. Public transport to the east of the city will be diverted and the police will be out in force.
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