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A rioter attempts to stand facing the tear gas attack,, carrying a rainbow flag.
At Taksim square, a grenade was thrown back at police forces
A football hooligan, wearing a supporting jersey, holds up the Turkish Flag, facing the Water Cannon Tank.
Tear gas clouded Gezi Park during clashes between protesters and police officers. Demonstrations took place beside Taksim Square as citizens protested against the government after a mall project that would take the place of Gezi Park was established. The protests were initially peaceful but ongoing violence has been taking place for over three weeks and continues to escalate in Istanbul, Turkey. June 2013.
Police throw tear gas inside of the Divan Hotel; people are panicking inside.
A demonstrator is injured during the protest
A demonstrator reads the constitution of kenya during the occupy parliament protest
Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.
A demonstrator with the " I Don't Pay" movement flag.
Members of the '" Don't Pay" movement march through the streets of Korinthos carrying yellow
flag's bearing the party's logo.
The '"I Don't Pay" movement stated it will continue to oppose future austerity measures imposed by the Greek goverment and the IMF.
A protester gets angry and has to be calmed by fellow demonstrator
Demonstrator stands strong in front of the Palestinian Authority
A protestor with a big Greek Flag waving in front of the riot policemen calling them traitors and collaborators.
The general fear, expressed through the protestors, is that the privatisation will worsen the low level of security and environmental treatment by the industry.
There is also the fear that the citizens will be forced to pay increased fees in order to have their garbage collected. People are objecting to the governmental plans, due to the existence of the deep economic crisis. They call politicians "traitors," as well as the selfish people that sell out the public property for their own financial gain
A demonstrator holds a sign mocking Jordan's Prime Minister Fayez al-Tarawneh: "Tarawneh: Raises prices. One Vote. Arrests. Media law."
Photos taken in the streets of Cairo during the January 25th revolution.
Harold demonstrates his gas mask, "I once wore one of these for seventy two hours" he said.