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Some 20,000 pairs of shoes were laid out in the Place de la Republique in the French capital to symbolise absent marchers.
No, no--we're going to ring our church bell, we're letting the marchers know we're with them.
SALUTE A statue of a marcher stands in front of a photograph of the famous walk to justice in a civil rights museum in Hayneville, Alabama
MAX commissioned central Alabama artist John Hodges to create the artwork, which features a silhouette of marchers with American flags, as a symbol of the March's impact on state, national and global human rights.
I'm proud to see that the spirit of the original Jarrow marchers is alive and well, and that so many people turned out to stand up for our NHS.
Proposed at the site is a statue of Gandhi inside a pyramid of light followed by a group of the life-size stone sculptures of the 80 fellow marchers.
There was a minor disruption to the protest when a bus driver trying to go through the crowd stepped out and argued with the marchers, but it was quickly resolved and the march continued.
The police fired tear gas to keep the marchers away from the security zone.
He said that Tahirul Qadri has promised that his long marchers would remain peaceful, while the government does not want that any sort of violence takes place.
Speaking in 2008, he said: "Places which had never heard of Jarrow certainly got to know of the town's troubles after the marchers passed through.
In the final 10 minutes, we start to see marchers who are wealthier than average: people who are seven, even eight feet tall.
Young Israeli marchers waving flags and singing songs started gathering outside the Old City from mid-afternoon.