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Graduating students staged a walkout at Yale University's commencement, protesting the Israeli war in Gaza.

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Yale graduates stage pro-Palestinian walkout of commencement

Scores of graduating students staged a walkout from Yale University’s commencement exercises on Monday, protesting the Israeli war in Gaza, Yale’s financial ties to weapons makers and its response to pro-Palestinian demonstrations on the Ivy League campus. Approximately 150 students left during the ceremony, displaying banners like “Books not bombs” and wearing red gloves symbolizing bloodied hands. Signs also called for dropping charges against 45 people arrested in a crackdown on demonstrations near the campus.

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