A woman holds a portrait of Helmin Wiels as she takes part in a protest event on May 11, 2013, in Rotterdam, in honor of the late popular leader of Curacao's largest political party who was shot dead on May 5. Approximately 300 people took part in the gathering. Gunmen on May 5 fired at least six shots at Helmin Wiels, 54, as he was having an afternoon drink with friends at a beach about three kilometres (1.6 miles) southeast of Willemstad. Wiels was the leader of Curacao's largest political party, Pueblo Soberano and was an outspoken supporter of full independence for Curacao, an autonomous island which still partly falls under control of the Netherlands. AFP PHOTO / ANP / JERRY LAMPEN ***Netherlands out*** (Photo credit should read JERRY LAMPEN/AFP/Getty Images)
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