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Protests over Israel's flotilla raid
 
Thousands of people around the world have held a second day of protests against a deadly Israeli raid on a convoy of aid ships headed to Gaza [AFP]
Demonstrators, such as these activists in Lebanon, have denounced the attack, which left at least 10 people dead [AFP]
Protests have been held across Europe, the Americas, Asia, Australia and the Middle East [AFP]
World leaders and the United Nations have condemned Monday's attack, with Turkey, which is believed to have suffered losses, calling for Israel to be "punished" [AFP]
Demonstrations against the action began on Monday, shortly after news of the raid emerged [Reuters]
In Jakarta, Indonesia, activists demonstrated in front of the US embassy over the attack [EPA]
Jordanian protesters shouted anti-Israeli slogans in Amman, the nation's capital. The information minister called the raid a 'heinous crime' [EPA]
Israelis also held protests on the beach at Ashdod port, calling the military action against the Freedom Flotilla an act of piracy [EPA]
Thousands of people took to the streets in Istanbul, Turkey, with many attempting to storm the Israeli consulate [Reuters]
Palestinian refugees and Lebanese leftist groups rallied in front of the UN building in Beirut [EPA]
Egyptians added their voice to mounting condemnation of the attack, which saw Israeli commandos board six ships heading to Gaza [EPA]
Demonstrations also occurred in the Palestinian territories, such as this one in Ramallah in the West Bank [EPA]
Pro-Palestinian campaigners marching in London spoke of their fears about the fate of British citizens aboard the flotilla [Jaqueline Head]
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