More than 3,000 protesters, many of them of Greek and Serb origins, rallied yesterday evening in Manhattan in order to voice their opposition to NATO's raids against Yugoslavia. The massive crowd, which was colored by Serb, Greek, Cypriot and Byzantine flags, conducted a march to the New York Times building.
The rally featured the participation of Greek-American leaders, representatives from the Federation of Greek Associations, students from the "Hellenic Front", and officials from the Holy Archbishopry of America.
Adorned with the distinct "target" sign, the protesters chanted "Kosovo is Vietnam", "Quo Vadis USA?", and "You want peace? Don't start war".