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Scoop Images: Mayday All Around The World

Images from mayday actions in London, Yugoslavia, Poland, Spain and the USA. More images will be published of the global actions as they come available.

The following pictures are sourced from INFOSHOP: http://www.infoshop.org/mayday2000_news.htmland INDYMEDIA: http://www.indymedia.org/


YUGOSLAVIA: Members of the anti-government student organization Otpor (Resistance), arrive in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac, greeted by local members, for a joint Mayday celebration and demonstration against President Slobodan Milosevic's regime, in Kragujevac, 140 kilometers (85 miles) southeast of Belgrade


LONDON: Mac Attack In Central London


LONDON: Big Ben and Anti-capitalist flags


LONDON: Guerilla Gardeners In Parliament Square


POLAND: Young members of the Polish Socialist Party demonstrate in Warsaw Monday, May 1, 2000, during leftist observances of International Labor Day. Once a communist-sponsored holiday, now left-wing and anti-authoritarian parties organize May Day Celebrations demanding more jobs and better government protection for the poor.


MADRID: Thousands of demonstrators holding banners and shouting slogans participate in the May Day march in downtown Madrid, Monday. Spanish unions staged their traditional rally, demanding more security at work.


SPRINGFIELD ILLINOIS: Child protestors dressed as birds.

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