Chaotic images of rioting, violence and looting were posted to social media from all over the globe on Tuesday as anarchists celebrated May Day, or International Workers’ Day.
Violence broke out in France, Sweden, Honduras, Greece, Turkey and many other places as police clashed with the anarchists.
— Enough is Enough! (@enough14) May 1, 2018
— Jeff Ernst (@jeffgernst) May 1, 2018
— th1an1 (@th1an1) May 1, 2018
1º de Maio no Erdoganistão, que proibiu comemorar o dia na praça Taksim, em Istambul: dezenas de pessoas presas pela polícia turca, ao tentarem chegar ao tradicional local de protestos. #MayDay #1Maio #1Mayo pic.twitter.com/sVTH7vWw8t
— ubique (@PersonalEscrito) May 1, 2018
The annual marches began in 1886 when more than 300,000 people in the United States ditched work to protest in favor of an eight-hour work day, a battle that had began two years earlier.
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