People holding photos showing open seas attend a solidarity march for the rights of refugees on February 27, 2016 in Brussels, claining "Safe Passage Now" for migrants and refugees in the European Union. AFP / Belga / Nicolas Maeterlinck
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Brandishing banners demanding "safe passage now" for migrants, some 3,000 marchers attended a rally in Brussels in support of people fleeing conflict and persecution, police said, while smaller demonstrations drew hundreds in Paris and other European cities.Several rallies were held across Germany, a magnet for many of those seeking a new life in Europe, while a Belgian group of associations said on its website that some 100 cities across Europe and beyond were holding marches in support of migrants.
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