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Sri Lanka's communist party holds May Day march in Colombo


Supporters of Sri Lanka's Marxist-Leninist "People's Liberation Front" party hold a rally to mark May Day in Colombo. May Day, which is also known as Labour Day or International Workers' Day, is marked across the world by protests and demonstrations demanding fair pay and better conditions for workers. IMAGES

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