Thousands travel to Dublin from across the country to protest against plans for an invasion of Iraq.

An estimated 100,000 people took to the streets of Dublin to demonstrate against British and American plans for an invasion of Iraq. The protest in Dublin was one of hundreds that took place in major cities around the world against a war in Iraq.

Reporter Orla O'Donnell speaks to Irish and Iraqi people taking part in the Dublin march who explain their reasons for taking part in the protest.

Just think we have to do something. Very ordinary people just want to say no to war.

An RTÉ News report broadcast on 15 February 2003. The reporter is Orla O'Donnell.