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Tuesday, 29 June, 1999, 14:31 GMT 15:31 UK
In pictures: Ocalan verdict
The death sentence of Turkish rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan was widely welcomed in Turkey, but Kurds across Europe took to the streets to demonstrate.

Suleyman Aldag, whose relative was killed in fighting with the PKK, wants the death sentence carried out

Relatives of soldiers killed by the PKK have been gathering. More than 30,000 people have been killed in the conflict

About 1,000 Ocalan supporters protest at the Place de la Concorde in Paris
There is concern that the verdict could trigger anti-Turkish violence across Europe

Protesters gather in Rome in front of the Turkish embassy. Security has been tightened at many US and Turkish embassies

Kurdish demonstrators march down London's Oxford Street

Kurds of all ages joined a protest against the verdict in Cyprus

About 1,500 anti-Turkish demonstrators in Moscow chant ""Free Ocalan" and "Turkey is a terrorist"

Kurds in the German city of Bonn show their feelings. Germany has a large Kurdish population

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