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Syrian Uprising: Helou, Homs Countrys...
Helou
By Abu Usama
22 Feb 2017

This video collection contains various street demonstrations that took place in the Helou district of the Homs countryside between May and August 2011 . 

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Protest in Macedonia: Citizens Came f...
Skopje
By Aleksandra Dukovska
20 Jun 2016

Protest of opposition, members of NGO’s and residents in Skopje with requests to the government and Constitutional Court in Macedonia.

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CoP21 Climate Change Protests in Paris
Paris
By Wind & Way
12 Dec 2015

Footage from the D12 climate justice protest on the last day of CoP21.
Low/distorted audio between the following timecodes:
4:09 - 4:12
4:20 - 5:12
8:32 - 8:52
*Longer versions of the same shots may be available upon request. CoP21 Green Zone as well as People's Climate Summit and Climate Action Zone B-Roll are also available upon request.

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Protesters Defy Pro-Houthi Security F...
Ibb
By Wahib Mashrah
08 Apr 2015

Ibb Province, Yemen
April 8, 2015

Scores of anti-Houthi protesters rallied in various cities of the central Yemeni province of Ibb in support of the Saudi-led operation Decisive Storm, despite the heavy presence of pro-Houthi security province. Video shows demonstrations in various locations and interviews with two protesters who voice their defiance of the Houthis.
Banners signed by the anti-Houthi Refusal Movement carried the inscription: “Ibb is not a prison. Freedom for the kidnapped.” Other banners that surfaced in one of the demonstrations featured the portraits of several people along with the inscription: “Freedom for the kidnapped by the head of security and Houthi militias.”
Other protestors also chanted: “We shall sacrifice our souls and blood for you, Aden,” while carrying banners that read: “Aden is the city of peace; do not kill it.”

SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Unnamed anti-Houthi Protester

“Political activists have not been able to do anything. We will stand against them, even if they bomb us with chemical weapons. We will resist both Ali Abdulllah Saleh and the infidel Houthis.”

SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Unnamed anti-Houthi Protester

“Interviewer: What is your message to those who have been kidnapped by the Houthis? “Protester: Our message is that they [Houthis] will not be able to do anything. They [the kidnapped] shall be freed. You are heroes.”

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Yemeni Houthis Intensify Anti-Governm...
Sana'a
By Yousef Mawry
29 Aug 2014

Sanaa, Yemen
August 29, 2014

Tens of thousands of Yemeni followers of the Shia'a Houthi group, massed in the country's capital Sana'a in a protest calling for the government to reverse a decision on cutting fuel subsidies and resign. The rally is part of an ongoing demonstration that has been going on for over a week and is growing in size. The Houthis are a powerful force in Yemen and have been fighting for years for more representation for their Shia'a sect in the northern part of the majority Sunni nation.

SOUNDBITE : Yemeni Protester (Man, Arabic, 25 sec) 'We are protesting against the government's decision to lift subsidies on oil derivatives, and making it harder to the people to buy petroleum products. We will remain protesting peacefully until our demands are fulfilled, and they will be achieved with God's will (Inchallah)'

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Yemen's Houthis Reignite Calls For Do...
By Yousef Mawry
27 Aug 2014

Sanaa, Yemen
August 27, 2014

Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis once again took to the street of Sana’a to call on the Yemeni government to meet their demands or else they will be forced to upscale anti-government revolutionary activities inside Sana’a in the coming days.

The mass rally comes after the Houthi leader called on his supporter and the Yemeni people to continue the second phase of their peaceful revolution until the government bows to their demands.

Abdullah Abd al-Rahman (protester) These people are coming out in the millions to call for the downfall of this corrupt government and the implementation of the outcomes of the national dialogue conference and to reconsider the lifting of fuel subsidies. The first phase to reach these goals is to assemble peaceful sit-ins on the outskirts of the capital Sana’a. The second phase is to stage massive demonstrations in the streets of Sana’a. The Houth’s leader said yesterday we shall advance into the third phase of the revolution, if the corrupt government does not meet the demands of the Yemeni people.

Umm Isah (Protester) “We came out the women of Sana’a to support our men in this revolution. This is the true revolution against the deadly price hikes and the government. What will the future hold for us and our children? Everyone is in misery because of this inflation, even the fetus in his mother’s stomach is effected by this. I tell president Hadi that he must step now down; we will achieve our demands no matter what they do.

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No Surrender: Impoverished Minority B...
Turkey
By Arianna Pagani
26 May 2014

Istanbul, Turkey 

May 26, 2014

 

On 22 May 2014, 34-year-old Alevi-Turkish protester Ugur Kurt, cleaner and father of one, was killed by Turkish police. He was shot in the head by a stray bullet as the police dispersed a group of demonstrators expressing their grief over the Soma mining distaster that had taken the lives of 301 miners on 13 May 2014. The demonstrators were also protesting the shooting death of 15-year-old Berkin Elvan, killed by a police-fired gas canister during protests in March of that year. Kurt, for his part, was killed outside an Alevi worship sight in the impoverished neighborhood of Okmaydani in Istanbul. 

Following these events, the Chepesi Party, an unrecognized political party comprised mostly of young people, clashed with the police. Members of the party shouted "Katil" (Criminals) at authorities. On the morning of 23 May, a police bus was hit by a Molotov cocktail, causing panic among policemen and leading one of them to fire in the air to disperse protesters. As the day continued, clashes in the neighborhood continued. By nightfall, protesters were taking aim at security cameras. More than 38 were arrested during the night of 26 May.

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Pro-Russian Demonstrators Seize Gover...
donetsk
By RomainCa
06 Apr 2014

Pro-Russian demonstrators have stormed a government building in Donetsk, calling for referendum on joining Russia. People gathered in-front of the state administration building in Donetsk which was surrounded by riot police. Protesters stormed the building after clashing with riot police and breaking through their lines. Protesters destroyed some of the building's offices and hung Russian flags. A few hours after, protesters wearing military clothes, balaclavas, and artisanal weaponry such as baseball bats. More demonstrators arrived at night as reinforcement to erect barricades inside and outside the building, in case of police intervention.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

Anti-government demonstrators' camping tents at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

Demonstrators camp at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

Demonstrators camp at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

A pre-election anti-government demonstration rally in Chinatown.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

A pre-election anti-government demonstration rally in Chinatown.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

A pre-election anti-government demonstration rally in Chinatown.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

A pre-election anti-government demonstration rally in Chinatown.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

A pre-election anti-government demonstration rally in Chinatown.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

A pre-election anti-government demonstration in Chinatown.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

A pre-election anti-government demonstration rally in Chinatown.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

A pre-election anti-government demonstration rally in Chinatown.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

A pre-election anti-government demonstration rally in Chinatown.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

A pre-election anti-government demonstration rally in Chinatown.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

A pre-election anti-government demonstration rally in Chinatown.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

Demonstrator's camp at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

Pre-elections anti-government rally in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

Anti-government demonstrators camp at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

Demonstrators' camp at the Democracy Monument, Bangkok.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

Anti-government protesters camp at Democracy Monument in Bangkok.

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Bangkok Anti-Government Protest
Bangkok, Thailand
By Michael Biach
01 Feb 2014

Anti-government demonstrators camp at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok.