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PHOTO GALLERY : Protesters around the world rally to support Palestinians against Israeli aggression


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Protesters waving Palestinian flags and shout slogans during a rally in support of Palestinians in downtown Belgrade, Serbia, Wednesday, May 12, 2021. AP
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Demonstrators from a variety of political parties and social movements hold banners and Palestinian flags as they march through the city centre in Cape Town, on May 12, 2021 during a protest against Israeli attacks on Palestinians in Gaza. AFP
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Turkish demonstrators hold a banner reading "Palestinian people who resist will win" during a protest outside the Israeli embassy, in Ankara, on May 12, 2021. AFP
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Supporters of the Pakistani religious group Sunni Tehreek Pakistan chant slogans during a rally to condemn Israel's use of force against the Palestinians, in Karachi, Pakistan, Wednesday, May 12, 2021. AP
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Supporters of Yemen's Shiite Huthi movement gather in solidarity with Palestinians at a mosque in the capital Sanaa on May 12, 2021. AFP
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A protester waves a flag during a protest in solidarity with Palestinians, in Paris, Wednesday, May 12, 2021. AP
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Leader of Tunisia's Popular Front and spokesman of the Tunisian Workers' Party Hamma Hammami (C) and his wife lawyer Radhia Nasraoui shout anti-Israel slogans during a demostration in solidarity with Palestinians in the capital Tunis, on May 11, 2021. AFP
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Protesters shout slogans and wave a flag during a protest in solidarity with Palestinians in Jerusalem, in Rabat, Morocco, Monday, May 10, 2021. AP
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Protesters demanding an end to Israeli aggression against Palestine march in the street in Midtown Manhattan on May 11, 2021 in New York City. AFP
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Thousands take to the streets in capitals around the world to stand with the Palestinians as Israel attacks Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip

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