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Global Climate March - Madrid, Spain ...
Madrid
By Daniel Stemler
29 Nov 2015

Thousands of protesters marched through the center of Madrid (Spain) during the Global Climate March on Sunday. The protest aimed to draw attention to climate change and force world leaders to implement serious actions against climate change on the '2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference' (COP21) in Paris.
In Spain, the protests were organized by Alliance for the Climate, a coalition of more than 400 organizations including Greenpeace. The coalition organized several climate change marches in different Spanish cities. Apart from Madrid, there were protests in Barcelona, Valencia, Bilbao, Zaragoza, Valladolid, A Coruña, Pamplona, Murcia etc.
Worldwild there were more than 2000 Climate Marches on 29 November.

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Greek Anti-Austerity Protest
Athens, Greece
By Nicola Zolin
13 Jul 2015

Anti-austerity protests swept through Athens the day after Greek Prime Minister Tsipras signed a framework deal set out by Eurozone leaders - a deal he said he "didn't believe in, but that was necessary for the future of the country." Experts, including representatives of the IMF, acknowledged that the deal was in many ways worse than the deal Mr. Tsipras set before the Greek people in a referendum.

Two days after the protests, the Greek parlaiment approved the deal, keeping Greece in the Eurozone, but passing reforms many consider draconian for a country already exhausted with austerity and rising unemployment.

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Greek Anti-Austerity Protest 06
Athens
By Nicola Zolin
10 Jul 2015

KKE and worker unions members protesting against the possible deal in Syntagma square

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Greek Anti-Austerity Protest 07
Athens
By Nicola Zolin
10 Jul 2015

Leader of the Greek Communist Party (KKE) Dimitris Koutsoubas

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Quds Day Demonstration, Bahrain
Abu Seba
By MazenMahdi
10 Jul 2015

Shiite Bahrainis march in Abu Seba village, north of Manama, following morning prayers to mark Quds Day which is being observed under the slogan “Quds, the compass of the revolutionary”.

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Greek Anti-Austerity Protest 01
Athens
By Nicola Zolin
10 Jul 2015

KKE and worker unions members protesting against the possible deal in Syntagma square

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Greek Anti-Austerity Protest 02
Athens
By Nicola Zolin
10 Jul 2015

KKE and worker unions members protesting against the possible deal in Syntagma square

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Greek Anti-Austerity Protest 03
Athens
By Nicola Zolin
10 Jul 2015

Speaker shouting slogan against the possible deal in Syntagma square

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Greek Anti-Austerity Protest 04
Athens
By Nicola Zolin
10 Jul 2015

Protesters in Syntagma Square outside Greek Parliament Building.

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Greek Anti-Austerity Protest 05
Athens
By Nicola Zolin
10 Jul 2015

KKE and worker unions members protesting against the possible deal in Syntagma square

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Yezidis Demand Return of Loved Ones H...
Dohuk
By rsoufi
15 Apr 2015

Kurdish Yezidi refugees in the Sharya camp near Dohuk in Iraqi Kurdistan took part in protest against the continued detention of their community members by ISIS. The protest was part of a campaign launched by the Yezidi Lalesh Cultural Center and other organizations. These protests coincided with the Yezidi New Year, also known as "Holy Wednesday", which is celebrated on the first Wednesday of April. Thousands of colored balloons carrying written heart-felt messages were released during the sit-in. The refugees wrote “My wish is to celebrate the holiday with my mother,” and “Our holiday is your return” among other slogans.

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Inside the Last Rebel Bastion of Homs
Homs, Syria
By Mohannad
27 Oct 2014

Hay al-Waer, Homs, Syria
October 27, 2014

Children and adults in the besieged suburb of Hay al-Waer, one of the last neighborhoods in Homs to remain under opposition control, show their defiance in the face of aerial bombardment and deprivation. Children hold signs sending messages of peace to the world and adults express their frustration at what they feel is their abandonment at the hands of the international community. Their messages emphasize a disdain for violence and the desire for education and a better, more peaceful world.

Shot List:

00:00 – 00:06
Pan left movement shows two young girls running around near partially destroyed houses.

00:07 – 00:12

Medium shot shows the same girls playing with a cat.

00:13— 00:47

A small number of civilians stand on both sides of the road. Children wearing colored paper hats hold cardboard banners.

The banners, written in Arabic, read:

“The Civil Assembly in Homs – the Administrative Committee; Freedom Race; Hay al-Waer.” “UN Security Council Resolution 2153 ?????” “Our children are without shelter, without protection.” “Together we build international civilization” (written in English). “For the price of a rocket, build a school, a hospital or an orphanage.”

00:33 – 01:46

More young children stand on the roadside holding protest banners. The banners read:

“We are being killed with the weapons of the regime, 'Halesh' [a derogatory term for Hezbollah that echoes Daesh, the Arabic acronym for ISIS] and the [US-lead international] coalition.”

“In our concentration camp, we love life.”

“We still stand together, we get our freedom” (written in English).

“For the price of a bullet, buy a pen.”

“Our children are the children of humanity – don’t forget” (written in English).

02:22 – 02:47

Pan right movement shows partially destroyed buildings in the distance.

03:21 – 03:32
Pan right movement inside a house shows heavy destruction. Rubble and wrecked furniture cover the floor.

03:33 – 03:46
Pan right movement inside a house shows a hole in the wall and torn curtains.

Interviews

00:48 – 01:32 (Two men, Arabic):

“This is where the airplane bombed this morning. This building is full of civilians, from top to bottom. They are all refugees.

Look at the rabbits – even rabbits were not safe from Bashar al-Assad! He killed them all.”

The same man holds dead rabbits by the ears, saying sarcastically:

“These were carrying weapons and standing on the frontline.”

Another man holds two other dead rabbits:

“Oh dear Lord! This is a mother and her offspring.”

He goes on, mocking the regime’s propaganda about fighters receiving aid from foreign countries:
“This one is from Qatar, and this one from Saudi Arabia – they sent them to us. Arab countries will also send us chicks, but they still haven’t arrived.”

The cameraman replies sarcastically: “The [rabbits’] mother is from Turkey.”

01:47 – 02:21 (Man, Arabic. Intermittent shelling can be heard in the background.)

“We have been under siege in Hay al-Waer for more than a year. The Prophet, peace be upon him, migrated only once. We migrated three times; the first time we left Khalidiya [a neighborhood in Homs], the second time we were displaced from al-Jazira al-Sabi’a and the third time from al-Jazira al-Sadisa after we were bombed by warplanes today.

We call upon Muslims – we call upon God first and then Muslims – and say that we are under siege here in Hay al-Waer. We do not have a grain of salt. You have to understand this – not even a grain of salt. We hope for help from God first and then Muslims.”

02:48 – 03:20 (Man, Arabic. A Heavily destroyed building can be seen in the background)

“We have been under siege for a year and a half. The Assad regime is following a policy of starvation and bombing that Israel uses. [The regime] is laying siege on the refugees in Hay al-Waer. It bombed us with explosive barrels and missiles. There is no doubt that [the regime] is implementing an Israeli policy. Israel used to bomb refugees in Gaza and other areas with explosive barrels. We are tired of calling upon the world to help us, because no one is doing anything for us.”

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North Korea in Black and White 021
By Ulrik Pedersen
04 Jun 2014

cyclist and pedestrians along the Taedong River. With not enough fuel most people have to walk or take a bicycle. Pyongyang, North Korea.

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Protests on Rabaa al-Adawiya
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
29 Aug 2013

Supporters of Mohammed Morsi demonstrating on Rabaa al-Adawiya in Cairo, Egypt after Friday prayers on August, 30th 2013.

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Protests in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
29 Aug 2013

Supporters of Mohammed Morsi demonstrating on Rabaa al-Adawiya in Cairo, Egypt after Friday prayers on August, 30th 2013.

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Aftermath in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
28 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Student Protests
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Student Protests
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Aftermath in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Supporters of Mohammed Morsi demonstrating on Rabaa al-Adawiya in Cairo, Egypt after Friday prayers on August, 30th 2013.

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Aftermath in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Protests in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Syndicate of Journalists
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Pro Morsi
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Supporters of Mohammed Morsi demonstrating in front of Abu Bakr Seddik Mosque at Alhegaz Square in Cairo, Egypt after the Friday prayers.

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Student Protests
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Tahir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
26 Aug 2013

Only remains of tents are left on Tahir Square in Cairo, Egypt.

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Aftermath in Cairo
Egypt, Cairo
By Daniel Van Moll
25 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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The Choice of Democracy, Kafranbel
Kafranbel, Syria
By Mais Istanbuli
14 Apr 2013

Every week, Ahmad Jalal, a young dentist in the city of Kafranabel, Syria makes controversial drawings about the Syrian regime, its allies, and the international community. Each drawing is a protest against the international community's declarations about Syria, or a denunciation of human rights abuses committed by the Syrian regime. Every week a banner is also made and echos the messages found in the drawings.

Unknown before the beginning of the Syrian revolution in 2011, Kafranbel is a small city that has become an icon of the Syrian uprising. Located in the Idlib region of North-Western Syria, in a zone controlled by the Free Syrian Army's Knights of the law brigade, this small city is now becoming known for its caricatures and banners.

The text on the caricatures and banners of Kafranabel is written in English in order to "reach the international public opinion more that the governments, as [the governments] have never done something for us since the beginning of the revolution", Ahmad Jalal says. Ahmad Jalal also tries to use the caricatures as a way to promote Syrian unity. Some drawings and messages have been dedicated, for instance, to Qamishli, a predominantly Kurdish city in the north-east of the country which is under the control of the PYD, a Kurdish independence party. After two years of revolution and war, Kafranbel is trying to lead the fight against sectarianism and is fast becoming a model for the rest of the Syrian population opposed to the regime, but keeping hope for a unified Syria.

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Kafranbel, the choice of democracy (1...
Kafranbel, Syria
By Marie
14 Apr 2013

In front of the Kafranbelmedia center, caricatures of the drawer Ahmad Jalal which are brandished during the Friday demonstrations. Widely released through social networks, Kafranbel caricatures have become famous all over Syria.

Devant le centre des medias, les caricatures du dessinateur Ahmad Jalal brandies durant les manifestations du vendredi. Largement diffusées par les réseaux sociaux, les caricatures de Kafranbel sont devenues célèbres aux quatre coins de la Syrie.

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Civilian State
Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
29 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 27,2012
Protesters in Tahrir SQ,celebrating the revolution.
The signs say: "civilian (state)"

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Civil State
Tahrir SQ, Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
29 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 27,2012
Protesters in Tahrir SQ,celebrating the revolution.
The signs say: "civilian (state)"

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Protecting the Revolution
Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
29 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 27, 2012
Protesters in Tahrir SQ, celebrating the January 25 revolution.
The sign says: "Egyptian people succeeded in foiling an attempt to kill the Revolution"

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All Together in Tahrir SQ
Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
29 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 27, 2012
Protesters in Tahrir SQ celebrating the January 25 revolution.
The sign says : "Civilian state"

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Purge the Egyptian Judiciary
Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
29 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 27, 2012
A protester in Tahrir SQ celebrating the January 25 revolution.
The sign says: "Purge the Egyptian judiciary. No to deceiving the Egyptian people.
The next president scarecrow. Military Council, be careful"

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Families in Tahrir SQ: Revolution Con...
Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
29 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 27, 2012
A protester with his daughter in Tahrir SQ celebrating January 25 revolution.
The daughter sign says : "Blood of martyrs is integrity. The revolution continues, continues."
The father signs says: "They are saying it's revolution feast so I'm here to celebrate."

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Down Military Rule
Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
29 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 27, 2012

Protesters in Tahrir SQ celebrating the revolution and holding placards saying: "I lost my hair because of all I saw during the past year. Leave and maybe my hair will grow back."

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Families of Martyrs Call for Justice
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
10 Jan 2012

January 10, 2012 - Cairo

Families of martyrs outside of the police academy call for the death penalty for Mubarak, calling him a "traitor."

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مظاهره عابدين
Cairo, Egypt
By media.eda
27 Oct 2010

القوي السياسيه المصريه تتظاهر امام قصر عابدين ضد التوريث