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Students take part in a march on the first day of a three-day nationwide education strike to protest changes in the system for university degrees in central Madrid

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  • Man carries a dog in a bag as he watches performers during the "Night of Theatres" cultural event to mark World Theatre Day in Madrid
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    • Man carries a dog in a bag as he watches performers during the "Night of Theatres" cultural event to mark World Theatre Day in Madrid
  • Children toss a toy in the shape of a bat as part of a performance by the Coscorron theatre company during the "Night of Theatres" cultural event to mark World Theatre Day in Madrid
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    • Children toss a toy in the shape of a bat as part of a performance by the Coscorron theatre company during the "Night of Theatres" cultural event to mark World Theatre Day in Madrid
  • Child reacts as he is approached by a giant puppet as part of a performance by the Efimer theatre company during the "Night of Theatres" cultural event to mark World Theatre Day in Madrid
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    • Child reacts as he is approached by a giant puppet as part of a performance by the Efimer theatre company during the "Night of Theatres" cultural event to mark World Theatre Day in Madrid
  • Child reacts as she is approached by a giant puppet as part of a performance by the Efimer theatre company during the "Night of Theatres" cultural event to mark World Theatre Day in Madrid
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    • Child reacts as she is approached by a giant puppet as part of a performance by the Efimer theatre company during the "Night of Theatres" cultural event to mark World Theatre Day in Madrid
  • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
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    • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
  • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
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    • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
  • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
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    • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
  • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
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    • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
  • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
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    • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
  • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
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    • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
  • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
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    • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
  • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
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    • Protesters, with their mouths taped, stage a protest against the Spanish government's new security law, known as "Ley Mordaza" ("Gag Law"), in central Madrid
  • A man stands near a Spanish flag flying at half-mast in Madrid
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    • A man stands near a Spanish flag flying at half-mast in Madrid
  • A Spanish flag flies at half-mast in Madrid
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    • A Spanish flag flies at half-mast in Madrid
  • A teenager sits near a Spanish flag flying at half-mast in Madrid
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    • A teenager sits near a Spanish flag flying at half-mast in Madrid
  • A man walks past a Spanish flag flying at half-mast in Madrid
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    • A man walks past a Spanish flag flying at half-mast in Madrid
  • A man walks past a Spanish flag flying at half-mast in Madrid
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    • A man walks past a Spanish flag flying at half-mast in Madrid
  • A teenager sits near a Spanish flag flying at half-mast in Madrid
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    • A teenager sits near a Spanish flag flying at half-mast in Madrid
  • Students take part in a march on the first day of a three-day nationwide education strike to protest changes in the system for university degrees in central Madrid
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    • Students take part in a march on the first day of a three-day nationwide education strike to protest changes in the system for university degrees in central Madrid
  • A dog wearing a t-shirt that reads "Public education for all" is pictured during a march on the first day of a three-day nationwide education strike to protest changes in the system for university degrees in central Madrid
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    • A dog wearing a t-shirt that reads "Public education for all" is pictured during a march on the first day of a three-day nationwide education strike to protest changes in the system for university degrees in central Madrid
  • Students take part in a march on the first day of a three-day nationwide education strike to protest changes in the system for university degrees in central Madrid
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    • Students take part in a march on the first day of a three-day nationwide education strike to protest changes in the system for university degrees in central Madrid
  • Students look at a poster of "The Descent from the Cross" by Flemish painter Rogier van der Weyden outside Madrid's Prado Museum
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    • Students look at a poster of "The Descent from the Cross" by Flemish painter Rogier van der Weyden outside Madrid's Prado Museum
  • A woman looks at "The Crucifixion" by Flemish painter Rogier van der Weyden during the media preview of the exhibition "Rogier van der Weyden" at Madrid's Prado Museum
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    • A woman looks at "The Crucifixion" by Flemish painter Rogier van der Weyden during the media preview of the exhibition "Rogier van der Weyden" at Madrid's Prado Museum
  • A man looks at "The Descent from the Cross" by Flemish painter Rogier van der Weyden during the media preview of the exhibition "Rogier van der Weyden" at Madrid's Prado Museum
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    • A man looks at "The Descent from the Cross" by Flemish painter Rogier van der Weyden during the media preview of the exhibition "Rogier van der Weyden" at Madrid's Prado Museum
  • A man looks at "The Seven Sacraments Triptych" by Flemish painter Rogier van der Weyden during the press presentation of the exhibition "Rogier van der Weyden" at Madrid's Prado Museum
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    • A man looks at "The Seven Sacraments Triptych" by Flemish painter Rogier van der Weyden during the press presentation of the exhibition "Rogier van der Weyden" at Madrid's Prado Museum

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