May 1 marks International Workers' Day, better known as May Day.
Protests and peaceful rallies have become a part of this day, especially with the rise of social and economic turmoil worldwide in recent years; however, each country's citizens don't necessarily celebrate the day the same way.
Here's a glimpse at several May Day protests.
A supporter of the ruling Sandinista party wears a T-shirt with an image of the late Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez during May Day celebrations in Managua.Photo: ReutersWorkers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions march past during a May Day rally in central Seoul.Photo: ReutersLebanese leftist activists wave Lebanese and communist flags as they march during a demonstration to mark Labour Day, or May Day, along a street in Beirut, May 1, 2013.Photo: ReutersWorkers and union members hold banners and flags during the traditional Labour May Day march with French unions in Marseille.Photo: ReutersA boy chant slogans as he holds a tool during a demonstration to mark Labour Day, or May Day, organized by Lebanese leftist activists in Beirut.Photo: ReutersPeople listen to a speech during a May Day protest against high living costs and immigration policies in Singapore.Photo: Reuters/Edgar SuSupporters of the Bulgarian Socialist Party shout slogans during a rally marking May Day, or Labour Day, in central Sofia, May 1, 2013.Photo: ReutersA woman holds a Greek flag with a smaller Cypriot flag attached to it during a May Day rally in front of the parliament in Athens, May 1, 2013.Photo: ReutersA man attends a rally to mark Labour Day, or May Day, in Tbilisi.Photo: Reuters/David MdzinarishviliA street performer sits next to a banner during a May Day demonstration on Labour Day in Seville.Photo: ReutersA supporter of Democratic National Alliance opposition party wears mask of India's PM Singh as he holds puppet of Sri Lanka's President Rajapaksa at May Day rally march in Colombo.Photo: ReutersSupporters of the Democratic National Alliance opposition party march at a May Day rally in Colombo.Photo: ReutersAn African immigrant holds hands with a Greek protester in solidarity during a May Day rally in front of the parliament in Athens' Syntagma square.Photo: ReutersProtesters take part in a May Day demonstration on Labour Day in Malaga, Andalusia, SpainPhoto: ReutersRiot police walk through a cloud of tear gas as they clash with May Day protesters trying to break through barricades to reach the city's main square in central Istanbul.Photo: ReutersA May Day protester holds a placard, a mask and tear gas canisters during clashes with riot police in central Istanbul.Photo: ReutersPolice officers watch supporters and members of the far-right National Democratic Party as they march during a demonstration on May Day in Berlin.Photo: Reuters/Fabrizio Bensch
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