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Gallery: World No Tobacco Day

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  1. An Indian man smokes 'bidi', a small hand-rolled cigarette on the eve of " No Tobacco Day'' in Allahabad, India. Photo: AP
  2. A cigarette vendor smokes as he takes part in a rally against World No Tobacco Day, in Jakarta May 31, 2012. Dozens of cigarette vendors protested against the World Health Organization-designated World No Tobacco Day. Photo: Reuters
  3. A cigarette vendor holds a cigarette as he takes part in a rally against World No Tobacco Day, in Jakarta May 31, 2012. Dozens of cigarette vendors protested against the World Health Organization-designated World No Tobacco Day. Photo: Reuters
  4. Young activists, wearing masks and holding black balloons, take part in a flash mob against smoking to mark the World No Tobacco Day in central Krasnoyarsk. Participants addressed passers-by and urged them to refuse smoking. Photo: Reuters
  5. Activists dressed as cigarettes and ghosts stage a campaign marking the World No Tobacco Day in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: AP
  6. A man walks by activists dressed as cigarettes staging a campaign marking the World No Tobacco Day in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: AP
  7. An activist carries mock tobacco boxes attached with a picture of diseased lungs to stage a campaign marking the World No Tobacco Day in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: AP
  8. Activists perform during a campaign marking the World No Tobacco Day in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: AP
 

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