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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
06 Nov 2013

Protestors link arms before marching towards police lines during a protest against the Amnesty Bill. Despite rising tensions and the fact that many of those attending were prepared for tear gas, there were only limited actual clashes with police.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok, Thailand
By George Henton
06 Nov 2013

A red shirt protestor joins a short lived rally at Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok to put pressure on the Thai courts not to dissolve the ruling party folioing a ruling on proposed constitutional changes.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
06 Nov 2013

Onlookers watch as thousands of anti government protestors gather outside of a department store in central of Bangkok. As the amnesty bill passed through parliament the protests escalated with larger numbers turning out.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
06 Nov 2013

Onlookers watch as thousands of anti government protestors gather outside of a department store in central of Bangkok. As the amnesty bill passed through parliament the protests escalated with larger numbers turning out.

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Protesters return to the streets in T...
Bangkok, Thailand
By George Henton
06 Nov 2013

Riot police were again in large numbers but chose to pull back behind concrete barriers and barbers wires to ensure there were no clashes with protesters.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
06 Nov 2013

Protestors link arms before marching towards police lines during a protest against the Amnesty Bill. Despite rising tensions and the fact that many of those attending were prepared for tear gas, there were only limited actual clashes with police.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok, Thailand
By George Henton
06 Nov 2013

Protestors in Bangkok stage a sit in during an anti government protest against the Amnesty Bill. Despite rising tensions and the fact that many of those attending were prepared for tear gas, there were only limited actual clashes with police.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok, Thailand
By George Henton
06 Nov 2013

Riot police were again in large numbers but chose to pull back behind concrete barriers and barbers wires to ensure there were no clashes with protesters.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
06 Nov 2013

Protestors wave flags before marching towards police lines during a protest against the Amnesty Bill. Despite rising tensions and the fact that many of those attending were prepared for tear gas, there were only limited actual clashes with police.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
05 Nov 2013

Onlookers watch as thousands of anti government protestors march across a junction in the centre of Bangkok. As the amnesty bill passed through parliament the protests escalated with larger numbers turning out.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok, Thailand
By George Henton
26 Oct 2013

Anti government protest rally at a camp site inside Lumpini Park in central Bangkok. The catalyst for the return to mass protests was a controversial amnesty bill being pushed through parliament by the government. Critics argued that the bill, if passed, would paved the way for a return of self exiled ex Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra to the country.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
26 Oct 2013

Anti government protest rally at a camp site inside Lumpini Park in central Bangkok. The catalyst for the return to mass protests was a controversial amnesty bill being pushed through parliament by the government. Critics argued that the bill, if passed, would paved the way for a return of self exiled ex Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra to the country.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
26 Oct 2013

Riot police, with shields defaced by protestors, stand guard at a second protest site near Government House in Bangkok. The protests remained strictly coordinated by its leaders and despite some symbolic pushing riot police by one or two protestors, events passed without any feared violence.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
26 Oct 2013

Former Thai soldier Puu Kaem writes a message, in English, on the shield of a riot police officer.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
26 Oct 2013

Former Thai soldier Puu Kaem prepares to push, on his own, against riot police in an action more symbolic than anything else.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
26 Oct 2013

Former Thai soldier Puu Kaem pushes, on his own, against riot police in an action more symbolic than anything else.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
26 Oct 2013

A protestors is handcuffed by police during anti government protests.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
26 Oct 2013

Former Thai soldier Puu Kaem sits surrounded by police and press after being arrested anti government protests.

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Protesters Return to the Streets in T...
Bangkok , Thailand
By George Henton
26 Oct 2013

Anti government protest rally at a camp site inside Lumpini Park in central Bangkok. The catalyst for the return to mass protests was a controversial amnesty bill being pushed through parliament by the government. Critics argued that the bill, if passed, would paved the way for a return of self exiled ex Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra to the country.

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Protest against violence 7
Durban, Africa
By Elo B
26 Oct 2013

Women hold signs and chant calling to stop violence during a prayer walk organized by the Christ Kingdom Citizens in front of the City Hall in Durban.

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Protest against violence 2
Durban, Africa
By Elo B
26 Oct 2013

Women hold signs and chant calling to stop violence during a prayer walk organized by the Christ Kingdom Citizens in front of the City Hall in Durban.

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Protest against violence 1
Durban, Africa
By Elo B
26 Oct 2013

Women hold signs and chant calling to stop violence during a prayer walk organized by the Christ Kingdom Citizens in front of the City Hall in Durban.

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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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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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Muslim Brotherhood
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 Friday prayers.

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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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Protests in Cairo
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 Friday prayers.

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

Repairs of road and sidewalk on Rabaa al-Adawiya destroyed during the heavy clashes between Morsi supporters and Egyptian military. (Cairo, Egypt)

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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
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
25 Aug 2013

A banner thrown to the ground after protests on Tahir Square in Cairo, Egypt have been dispersed in August 2013.

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Bulgaria 2
Sofia, Bulgaria
By Georgi Kozhuharov
23 Jul 2013

The girl is Silvinya Katcarska and I found her in her apartment in the center of Sofia, where she often spends a lot of time working in front of the computer. She lives with her friend who had a bandaged arm because of an injury during the clash. Silvinya is an assistant producer at a production company. “My daily life consists of working all day and going to these protests at night”, she said. Her motives to go every day to the protests are the brutal appointments. In her words, the government has shown abuse of power. In the night of 23rd July she accuses the MI because of their decision to try and take the deputies away with a bus. She describes the action as insane and thinks that it was bound to lead to conflicts. “Actually, the only thing we did was to stand there refusing to let the deputies leave, and even though it was clear as day that we would block them, they still tried to pass by us, through us, that’s how the conflict started.” Of the frame of that night she said, “You can see that we’ve been pushed back by the policemen, we are just trying to stand our ground and our being there shows our opinions that we are not satisfied, that we want to be heard, that we want a resignation, that we want early elections. Unfortunately, there has been no attempt at communication with the protesters and that makes people angry and prone to more radical means in the form of the blockades, but no one has called for violence, we were just there, standing our ground.

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Bulgaria 11
Sofia, Bulgaria
By Georgi Kozhuharov
23 Jul 2013

This is a scene from one of the first moments the policemen started making way through the blockade of protesters for the bus filled with deputies, on the night of the 40th protest. I chose to find the man who seemed to be shouting at the policemen, because of the strength of his expression.

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Bulgaria 1
Sofia, Bulgaria
By Georgi Kozhuharov
22 Jul 2013

The night of July 23, on the 40th day of the protests in Sofia, Bulgaria. A little after ten o’clock when a bus with deputies and members of parliament tried to get through the live blockade around the parliament, clashes occurred. This girl was trying to stop the policemen that pushed the gathered protesters aside.

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Bulgaria 3
Sofia, Bulgaria
By Georgi Kozhuharov
22 Jul 2013

On the 30th June it was raining cats and dogs but again thousands gathered to protest. This couple was hugging and standing unmoving under a large black umbrella for a long time.