Lebanese and Palestinian journalists lay their cameras on the ground of the Martyrs Square in Sidon, in solidarity with the Gaza journalists killed by Israeli attacks. (Mohammed Zaatari/ The Daily Star)
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Lebanese and Palestinian journalists demonstrated Thursday in Martyrs' Square, Sidon, in an act of solidarity with the journalists killed in the recent Israeli attacks on Gaza.The activists and journalists gathered to express their grief for the death of six Palestinian journalists so far, and to condemn the Israeli attacks on civilians and reporters in Gaza. Journalists stood for a moment of silence over the deaths of their fellow reporters, laying their cameras on the ground.
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