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    • Supporters of the Iraqi Communist Party chant slogans during an International Worker's Day, or Labour Day, rally in Baghdad.
    • Labor rights activists shout while holding signs reading "Forbid Temporary Worker Services" during a rally for labor rights on international Labor Day in Taipei, Taiwan.
    • Protesters set fire to an effigy of Philippine President Benigno Aquino during a May Day rally near the presidential palace in Manila.
    • Members and supporters of the Lithuanian social democratic party and trade unionists take part in a May Day parade in Vilnius.
    • Protester shield themselves from police during a May Day demonstration in Istanbul, Turkey.
    • A riot police officer fires tear gas to push back protesters during a May Day demonstration in Istanbul, Turkey.
    • A Turkish protestor wearing a gas mask and a hard hat takes cover during clashes with riot police who prevent demonstrators from reaching Taksim Square in Istanbul for a May Day rally.
    • German policemen use pepper spray against left-wing protesters during May Day demonstrations in Rostock.
    • Ignacio Fernandez Toxo (2nd L) and Candido Mendez (2nd R), general secretaries of Spain's leading trade unions CCOO and UGT, march as they are flanked by Basque CCOO and UGT leaders Unai Sordo (L) and Raul Arza during May Day celebrations in Bilbao.

    May Day Rallies Worldwide

    Published May 01, 2014

    Across the globe, people flocked the streets on May 1 to celebrate International Labor Day, or May Day.


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