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Daily Life in Tareq Al-Bab Market in ...
Aleppo, Northwestern Syria
By Antonio-Pampliega
15 Sep 2013

Thousands of people make their daily life in the city of Aleppo.
The most important markets of the city remain open.
Customers flock to buy despite the bombings on different areas of the city.

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Daily Life in Tareq Al-Bab Market in ...
Aleppo, Northwestern Syria
By Antonio-Pampliega
15 Sep 2013

Thousands of people make their daily life in the city of Aleppo.
The most important markets of the city remain open.
Customers flock to buy despite the bombings on different areas of the city.

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Daily Life in Tareq Al-Bab Market in ...
Aleppo, Northwestern Syria
By Antonio-Pampliega
14 Sep 2013

Thousands of people make their daily life in the city of Aleppo.
The most important markets of the city remain open.
Customers flock to buy despite the bombings on different areas of the city.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupation
Athens, Greece
By Mais Istanbuli
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster ERT occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster ERT occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. As a reply to the government, unions went on a 24hour general strike in solidarity with ERT employees.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster ERT occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. As a reply to the government, unions went on a 24hour general strike in solidarity with ERT employees.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster, ERT, occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention. There is no signal broadcasted from the antennas on ERT's headquarters.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster, ERT, occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. ERT's logo seen through a banner.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster, ERT, occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster, ERT, occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster, ERT, occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention. Protesters waved flags and shouted slogans accusing the govenment of a fascist act.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster, ERT, occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention. Pictured a microphone, during speeches about ERT's future.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster, ERT, occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster, ERT, occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention. Pictured, ERT's main entrance.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster, ERT, occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster, ERT, occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster ERT occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention. A placard on ERT's fence reading, "fire PM Samaras, instead of ERT's employees".

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster ERT occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention. An employee is seen watching the crowds gathered to show their solidarity.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster ERT occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention. People shouted slogans requesting the restoring of ERT's signal.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster ERT occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster ERT occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention. Pictured, the control room of one of ERT's studios.

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Greek State Broadcaster Under Occupat...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
18 Jun 2013

Employees at Greek state broadcaster, ERT, occupy the headquarters and keep broadcasting despite the govenrment’s decision to suddenly close down the company. Thousands of citizens showed their solidarity guarding the headquarters from police intervention. Pictured, a man walking in a corridor in ERT's headquarters.

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Argentina retirees made ​​the march 1...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
By Diego Espinosa
09 May 2013

retired in march commemorating the 1100 protests Wednesday were present some of the demonstrators who were on the first gears.

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Argentina retirees made ​​the march 1...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
By Diego Espinosa
09 May 2013

retired in progress against National Congress was held the claim of a wage increase of 82% mobile

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Argentina retirees made ​​the march 1...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
By Diego Espinosa
09 May 2013

retired in progress against National Congress was held the claim of a wage increase of 82% mobile and protest by closing French hospital medical services in Buenos Aires

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Argentina retirees made ​​the march 1...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
By Diego Espinosa
09 May 2013

retired in progress against National Congress was held the claim of a wage increase of 82% mobile and protest by closing French hospital medical services in Buenos Aires, in the march were present retirees who were the first Wednesdays for 22 years

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Retirees March in Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
By Mais Istanbuli
08 May 2013

The day of action is to flag to claim five key points agreed by all organizations:
- Not less than the Minimum Retirement Minimum Living Wage, and this no less than the total basic basket.
- Retrieve the 82% mobile worker wage active in his same position, office or function and the recomposition of all scales according to each employee's work history. - Creation of the National Social Security Institute, which will operate as a public law entity non-state, non-profit, self-sufficiency and economic independence, legal, financial, accounting and administration, managed and administered by the Constitution as representatives of the National retirees, active workers and the state's share. - Standardization of PAMI. Medical-care of retirees with updating all those concepts relating to social benefits, ensuring equitable coverage, effective and timely beneficiaries.
- Home loan for pensioners, 10% (ten percent) of housing units whose construction is financed directly or indirectly, in whole or in part with funds from the National Treasury.

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Argentina retirees made ​​the march 1...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
By Diego Espinosa
08 May 2013

retired in progress against National Congress was held the claim of a wage increase of 82% mobile

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WestTX Stockyards (13 of 14)
Texas, USA
By Cécile Fandos
18 Apr 2013

Les ventes de bétail programmées au lendemain de l'explosion ont été annulées et les lieux réquisitionnés pour l'organisation des points presse.
The livestock sales scheduled for the day after the blast were canceled while the site was requisitioned for press briefings.

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WestTX Waco construction company (10 ...
Texas, USA
By Cécile Fandos
18 Apr 2013

Les entreprises de construction de la ville de Waco voisine sont venues en nombre sécuriser les bâtiments encore sur pied après l'explosion. Débordés, les quelques artisans de la ville ne pouvaient faire face à la demande.
Numerous construction companies of the neighboring city of Waco came to secure the buildings still standing after the explosion. In West, the few craftspersons were overwhelmed and could not face the demand alone.

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Hunger Strike at Telefonica (2 of 8)
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
18 Nov 2012

Five employees of Telefónica (Movistar) are on the 27th day of a hunger strike to protest the dismissal of an employee, demanding reinstatement of the worker, but the company refuses to negotiate. The employee was fired from the company in 2010 after a herniated disc; the company justified his dismissal under the labor reform of Zapatero, that allows a worker to be let go after missing 20% of work hours within a four month period.

The first court stated that the worker appealed the dismissal last year so Andres Marcos Armenteros returned for a few months to Telefónica, but the company turned to the Superior Tribunal of Justice of Catalonia which determined that the worker should be compensated but his readmission is at the discretion of the company.

Marcos Andrés Armenteros con otros cuatro trabajadores de Telefónica (Movistar) están en huelga de hambre desde hace 27 dias en Barcelona en protesta por el despido de uno de ellos y que Telefónica echó por haber presentado varias bajas consecutivas en pocos meses durante año 2010. Los huelguistas reclaman la readmisión del trabajador, mientras que la empresa se niega a negociar.

Fue despedido de la empresa en 2010 tras varias bajas, por una hernia discal, La empresa justificó el despido acogiéndose a la reforma laboral de Zapatero, que permitía echar a un trabajador si faltaba más de un 20% del tiempo dentro de un período de cuatro meses consecutivos.

El primer tribunal al que recurrió el trabajador declaró el año pasado nulo el despido, por lo que Marcos Andrés Armenteros regresó durante unos meses a Telefónica, pero la empresa recurrió al TSJC ( Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Catalunya), que dictó improcedencia al considerar que la empresa aplicó injustamente la reforma laboral de manera retroactiva. Según esta última sentencia, el trabajador debía ser indemnizado, pero la readmisión queda a criterio de la compañía.

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HUNGER STRIKE IN TELEFONICA, BARCELONA
Barcelona, Spain
By Mais Istanbuli
17 Nov 2012

Five employees of Telefónica (Movistar) are on the 27th day of a hunger strike to protest the dismissal of an employee, demanding reinstatement of the worker, but the company refuses to negotiate. The employee was fired from the company in 2010 after a herniated disc; the company justified his dismissal under the labor reform of Zapatero, that allows a worker to be let go after missing 20% of work hours within a four month period.

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Manama Protests 2
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Manama, Bahrain

Protests against the Bahraini monarchy, which started in February last year, continue with marches throughout the country. Demonstrators are calling for democracy and initiating an article in the constitution which states that the people are the ruling entity and encourages the respect of international treaties, giving Bahrain the freedom of speech and to protest without violent backlash.

Al Wefaq National Islamist Society confirmed in their statement that they are monitoring violations against state employees in various fields since March 15th, 2011. Employees are discriminated against in their work environments and large numbers are forced to sign disciplinary sanctions; many are required to pay bills as punishment which is contrary to work agreement #111.

Al Wefaq blames the Civil, Political and Disciplinary Service Bureau for all violations mentioned in the investigative reports. Al Wefaq stated that the lack of punishment for breaking the rules led to the continuing of violations of employees' rights.

Al Wefaq renewed their request of immediate release of Mr. Mohamed El Ziany, a Salafist, who was imprisoned for a week for expressing his opinion about the political situation.

Al Wefaq also stated their concern for what would happen to the prisoner as the government uses prison as a leveraging tool toward the opposition. They also stressed that arrests for politecal reasons are causing more aggravation and are pushing the country away from reaching any chance for a political resolution, saying that violence cannot stop the people's demands for democracy and will only complicate the issue.

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Manama Protests 3
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Manama, Bahrain

Protests against the Bahraini monarchy, which started in February last year, continue with marches throughout the country. Demonstrators are calling for democracy and initiating an article in the constitution which states that the people are the ruling entity and encourages the respect of international treaties, giving Bahrain the freedom of speech and to protest without violent backlash.

Al Wefaq National Islamist Society confirmed in their statement that they are monitoring violations against state employees in various fields since March 15th, 2011. Employees are discriminated against in their work environments and large numbers are forced to sign disciplinary sanctions; many are required to pay bills as punishment which is contrary to work agreement #111.

Al Wefaq blames the Civil, Political and Disciplinary Service Bureau for all violations mentioned in the investigative reports. Al Wefaq stated that the lack of punishment for breaking the rules led to the continuing of violations of employees' rights.

Al Wefaq renewed their request of immediate release of Mr. Mohamed El Ziany, a Salafist, who was imprisoned for a week for expressing his opinion about the political situation.

Al Wefaq also stated their concern for what would happen to the prisoner as the government uses prison as a leveraging tool toward the opposition. They also stressed that arrests for politecal reasons are causing more aggravation and are pushing the country away from reaching any chance for a political resolution, saying that violence cannot stop the people's demands for democracy and will only complicate the issue.

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Protest in Bani Jamra, Bahrain
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Bani Jamra, Bahrain

Protests against the Bahraini monarchy, which started in February last year, continue with marches throughout the country. Demonstrators are calling for democracy and initiating an article in the constitution which states that the people are the ruling entity and encourages the respect of international treaties, giving Bahrain the freedom of speech and to protest without violent backlash.

Al Wefaq National Islamist Society confirmed in their statement that they are monitoring violations against state employees in various fields since March 15th, 2011. Employees are discriminated against in their work environments and large numbers are forced to sign disciplinary sanctions; many are required to pay bills as punishment which is contrary to work agreement #111.

Al Wefaq blames the Civil, Political and Disciplinary Service Bureau for all violations mentioned in the investigative reports. Al Wefaq stated that the lack of punishment for breaking the rules led to the continuing of violations of employees' rights.

Al Wefaq renewed their request of immediate release of Mr. Mohamed El Ziany, a Salafist, who was imprisoned for a week for expressing his opinion about the political situation.

Al Wefaq also stated their concern for what would happen to the prisoner as the government uses prison as a leveraging tool toward the opposition. They also stressed that arrests for politecal reasons are causing more aggravation and are pushing the country away from reaching any chance for a political resolution, saying that violence cannot stop the people's demands for democracy and will only complicate the issue.

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Protest in Bani Jamra, Bahrain
Bani Jamra, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Bani Jamra, Bahrain

Protests against the Bahraini monarchy, which started in February last year, continue with marches throughout the country. Demonstrators are calling for democracy and initiating an article in the constitution which states that the people are the ruling entity and encourages the respect of international treaties, giving Bahrain the freedom of speech and to protest without violent backlash.

Al Wefaq National Islamist Society confirmed in their statement that they are monitoring violations against state employees in various fields since March 15th, 2011. Employees are discriminated against in their work environments and large numbers are forced to sign disciplinary sanctions; many are required to pay bills as punishment which is contrary to work agreement #111.

Al Wefaq blames the Civil, Political and Disciplinary Service Bureau for all violations mentioned in the investigative reports. Al Wefaq stated that the lack of punishment for breaking the rules led to the continuing of violations of employees' rights.

Al Wefaq renewed their request of immediate release of Mr. Mohamed El Ziany, a Salafist, who was imprisoned for a week for expressing his opinion about the political situation.

Al Wefaq also stated their concern for what would happen to the prisoner as the government uses prison as a leveraging tool toward the opposition. They also stressed that arrests for politecal reasons are causing more aggravation and are pushing the country away from reaching any chance for a political resolution, saying that violence cannot stop the people's demands for democracy and will only complicate the issue.

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Protest in Bani Jamra, Bahrain
Bani Jamra, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Bani Jamra, Bahrain

Protests against the Bahraini monarchy, which started in February last year, continue with marches throughout the country. Demonstrators are calling for democracy and initiating an article in the constitution which states that the people are the ruling entity and encourages the respect of international treaties, giving Bahrain the freedom of speech and to protest without violent backlash.

Al Wefaq National Islamist Society confirmed in their statement that they are monitoring violations against state employees in various fields since March 15th, 2011. Employees are discriminated against in their work environments and large numbers are forced to sign disciplinary sanctions; many are required to pay bills as punishment which is contrary to work agreement #111.

Al Wefaq blames the Civil, Political and Disciplinary Service Bureau for all violations mentioned in the investigative reports. Al Wefaq stated that the lack of punishment for breaking the rules led to the continuing of violations of employees' rights.

Al Wefaq renewed their request of immediate release of Mr. Mohamed El Ziany, a Salafist, who was imprisoned for a week for expressing his opinion about the political situation.

Al Wefaq also stated their concern for what would happen to the prisoner as the government uses prison as a leveraging tool toward the opposition. They also stressed that arrests for politecal reasons are causing more aggravation and are pushing the country away from reaching any chance for a political resolution, saying that violence cannot stop the people's demands for democracy and will only complicate the issue.

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Manama Protests 1
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Manama, Bahrain

Protests against the Bahraini monarchy, which started in February last year, continue with marches throughout the country. Demonstrators are calling for democracy and initiating an article in the constitution which states that the people are the ruling entity and encourages the respect of international treaties, giving Bahrain the freedom of speech and to protest without violent backlash.

Al Wefaq National Islamist Society confirmed in their statement that they are monitoring violations against state employees in various fields since March 15th, 2011. Employees are discriminated against in their work environments and large numbers are forced to sign disciplinary sanctions; many are required to pay bills as punishment which is contrary to work agreement #111.

Al Wefaq blames the Civil, Political and Disciplinary Service Bureau for all violations mentioned in the investigative reports. Al Wefaq stated that the lack of punishment for breaking the rules led to the continuing of violations of employees' rights.

Al Wefaq renewed their request of immediate release of Mr. Mohamed El Ziany, a Salafist, who was imprisoned for a week for expressing his opinion about the political situation.

Al Wefaq also stated their concern for what would happen to the prisoner as the government uses prison as a leveraging tool toward the opposition. They also stressed that arrests for politecal reasons are causing more aggravation and are pushing the country away from reaching any chance for a political resolution, saying that violence cannot stop the people's demands for democracy and will only complicate the issue.