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PHOTO GALLERY: International Labour Day

International Labour Day
Garment workers shout during a march on the streets (Cambodia) ( Reuters)
Labour Day protest
Children wearing hats with slogans display a banner as they join other protesters, mostly workers Philippines. (AP)
South Korean workers protest on Labour Day
South Korean workers (AP)
Labourers in Nepal on May Day
Labourers take rest as they work at a brick factory (Nepal) (AP)
May Day rally in Indonesia
Workers march during a May Day rally in Jakarta, Indonesia (AP)
Workers march in Turkey on Labour Day
Workers carry a wreath of carnations (Turkey) (AP)
Serbian workers march on Labour Day
A woman holds the old Yugoslav flag with the communist five-point star (Serbia) (AP)
International Workers Day rally in Zimbabwe
A woman dances during an International Workers Day rally in Harare, (Zimbabwe) (Photo: AP)
May Day demonstration on Labour Day in Spain
Protesters take part in a May Day demonstration on Labour Day (Spain) (Reuters)
Protesters and workers union leaders display banner in Spain
General Workers Union (UGT) leader Candido Mendez and Ignacio Fernandez Toxo, leader of Comisiones Obreras (Spain) (Reuters)

Workers and labour unions around the world take the streets to mark Labour Day, also known as May Day, with marches and calls for higher pay and better working conditions

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