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In pictures: Remembering Rabin

Participants of the rally with a candle

Some 200,000 people gathered in Tel Aviv to mark the 10th anniversary of the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

People with candles and a banner for peace at the rally

Many held candles and peace banners in Rabin square, where the Israeli leader was killed by a ultranationalist Jew.

Israeli girls light candles. The writing in Hebrew reads Labour Party.

A big number 10 was made up of candles ahead of the demonstration.

Former US President Bill Clinton addresses the rally

Former US President Bill Clinton later urged the crowd to carry through Rabin's peace initiatives.

Former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres speaks at the rally

Meanwhile, ex-Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres told his young compatriots that "peace is in your hands".

A woman cries during the rally

Many were unable to hold back tears, as the crowd listened to a montage of Rabin's speeches and sang songs in the name of peace.

The Tel Aviv rally

Security at the rally was tight, for fear that Palestinian or Jewish extremists might make it a target for attack.






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