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Thousands turn the streets into a sea of colour for Dublin Pride Parade 2019

Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Dublin for the Pride 2019 parade. The Irish capital turned into a sea of colour as in one of the biggest LGBT+ events the Emerald Isle has ever seen. Over 7,000 people from 150 different groups were expected …Read more

Tens of thousands turn out in Dublin for Pride parade as Taoiseach and gardai promote equality

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris said it was very important that members of the force were participating in the parade in uniform Tens of thousands of marchers turned Dublin into a riot of colour OConnell Street The first Dublin Pride parade took
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How Stonewall kick-started the push for gay rights

The Dublin Pride parade takes place this One protester poured lighter fluid into the pub and set it alight Then firefighters arrived backed up by riot police The next day protesters came back and stood in the street holding hands and kissing
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Roll out the red carpet Thousands of baby crabs turn the street crimson on Christmas Island seconds after being born in the sea

Thousands of baby red crabs turn a street on Christmas Island crimson as the unique creatures make their way from mainland after being born in the sea Truly spectacular video shows the tiny species local to Christmas Island walking by the thousands
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Manilva Pride 2019 a roaring success

Manilva once again hosted the Manilva Pride 14-16 thousands of revellers took to the town to turn the streets into a sea of colour The festival now in its third year was a family friendly event with pool parties a live music event and a parade
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Anatomy of a protest

From the centre of this sea of people blared the Marina had attracted thousands mostly through social media and the place had remade itself into a sort of giant Hyde Park and soapboxes were galore Patriotism Tamil pride and culture calls
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Turkish protester police officer die in day of clashes – media

Police fired water cannon tear gas and rubber pellets on a major Istanbul avenue to stop tens of thousands of protesters from reaching Officers in riot gear chased pockets of protesters into side streets late into the night There were two groups
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