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On April 19th in San Francisco, activists, protesting what they called moves by U.S. and British petroleum corporations to take greater control of Iraq's oil, staged a mock celebration which began at a downtown Chevron station. In front of a banner reading "Mission (Nearly) Accomplished/ Iraq Oil Theft Law," anti-war protestors wearing facemasks of oil company executives took turns explaining to the assembled press why they were toasting the impending passage of a law in Iraq's parliament that would "liberate" the country's oil to British and U.S. companies.
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