OSAKA — Around 500 people marched through the city here Wednesday evening to voice their opposition to the possible use of violence by the U.S. during its likely retaliation for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.

Demonstrators in the Peace Walk event, organized by a group of young people, called on the U.S. not to answer violence with violence. They also called on the Japanese government not to support any U.S. military action that may bring more violence.

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