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Thousands Rally Against Hate Crimes in London

Thousands gathered in London Friday night to rally against the sudden surge of antigay hate crimes in the area, including the recent murder of 62-year-old Ian Baynham, who was en route to a club for a night on the town when he was attacked.

Reports the BBC News: "Family and friends and thousands of gay, lesbian and transgender people turned out to mourn Ian Baynham, 62. Tributes were also paid to trainee Pc James Parkes, who suffered skull fractures after an attack in Liverpool. Rows of candles spelt out "No to Hate" and speeches took place before a two-minutes silence at 2100."

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