Biafrans Demonstrate 1967

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    No title - Biafran demonstrators march to Downing Street after accusing Britain of not being neutral in Biafra's dispute with Federal Government over independence. London.

    Various shots Biafrans waving banners and flags. C/U of the leader of the demonstration addressing the people. M/S of more banners. Various shots as the demonstrators set off for Downing Street. M/S woman holding banner. M/S as demonstrators come towards camera. M/S as the leader walks over and talks to police officers. C/U's demonstrators hitting drums, sticks and other instruments. M/S and C/U police lined up across Downing Street. M/S as leaders of demonstration present petition at number ten. M/S press photographers. M/S as demonstration leaders leave number ten. L/S as the line of demonstrators move away from camera.

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    01:08:28:00 / 01:09:25:00
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