Chicago braces for largest anti-NATO protest


By James B. Kelleher | CHICAGO (Reuters) – Chicago police trying to keep the peace during the NATO summit may face their biggest test on Sunday when thousands of demonstrators were expected to march near the site where leaders of the military alliance

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More than a thousand protesters have flooded downtown Chicago on the second day of demonstrations against the upcoming NATO summit. A few skirmishes took place with police using batons on activists.

Thousands of protesters took to Chicago's streets ahead of the NATO summit due to kick off there on Sunday. National Nurses United teamed up with trade unions and the Occupy movement to form a mass rally in the Windy

I'd like to make a suggestion to President Obama, Tom Morello bellowed to the capacity crowd gathered for the National Nurses United rally at Chicago.

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