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Hundreds protest in Waikiki as APEC leaders meet

November 14, 2011 • Business


Anti-APEC protesters march down Kalakaua Ave. towards Waikiki, Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011 in Honolulu. The APEC Summit is being held in Oahu this weekend. A few hundred protesters marched in the demonstration. (AP Photo/ Marco Garcia)

HONOLULU (AP) — A few hundred protesters marched on Waikiki Saturday as leaders of Pacific Rim nations gathered for a summit to discuss free trade agreements and other issues.

People pounded on drums and chanted slogans as they peacefully walked on sidewalks from a Honolulu park to reach the center of Waikiki.

They stopped at the edge of a fence blocking off a security zone protecting delegates to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting. President Barack Login to read more

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