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May Day protests around the world

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Protests and pro-labour marches cropped up across the globe May 1 to mark May Day and keep alive the tradition's rich history of standing up for workers' rights.

Fernando Llano / The Canadian Press

An opposition demonstrator with her face painted colours of the Venezuelan flag listens to a speech during a May Day march in Caracas. Pro-government and opposition workers measured forces in the streets of the capital with separate marches that took place to commemorate the first of May — all in the midst of political and economic crisis prevailing in the country.

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