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With Pigs And Blood (6 of 8)
Nairobi, Kenya
By marukophoto
14 May 2013

A Kenyan protestor squats near the piglets at the gates of parliament.
Kenyan protesters march in the Kenyan capital Nairobi on May 14, 2013, as they protested a scheme by Kenya's new Members of Parliament to increase their salaries from US$ 6,333 to US$ 10,119. Kenyan demonstrators released dozens of piglets at the gates of parliament and poured blood on the entrance today to protest demands by newly elected lawmakers for a wage hike. Police fired tear gas to disperse the protesters and beat others. PHOTO/TOM MARUKO

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KENYANS PROTEST MP SALARY INCREASE WI...
Nairobi, Kenya
By Editor's Picks
14 May 2013

STORY OVERVIEW: Kenyan civil society organizations staged a protest on Monday to decry the move by MPs to increase their pay perks and allowances. The anti-greed protest was dramatically staged, with a drove of piglets herded to the door steps of Parliament to draw attention to their concerns over what they see as greed underlying the unsustainable, unaffordable increase in MP salaries. CLICK ON VIDEO THUMBNAIL BELOW FOR SHOT LIST & TRANSCRIPTION.

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With Pigs And Blood (4 of 8)
Nairobi, Kenya
By marukophoto
14 May 2013

Kenyan protesters march in the Kenyan capital Nairobi on May 14, 2013, as they protested a scheme by Kenya's new Members of Parliament to increase their salaries from US$ 6,333 to US$ 10,119. Kenyan demonstrators released dozens of piglets at the gates of parliament and poured blood on the entrance today to protest demands by newly elected lawmakers for a wage hike. Police fired tear gas to disperse the protesters and beat others. PHOTO/TOM MARUKO

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With Pigs And Blood (5 of 8)
Nairobi, Kenya
By marukophoto
14 May 2013

A mature male pig among other piglets is seen here laying at the entrance to the Kenyan parliament.
Kenyan protesters march in the Kenyan capital Nairobi on May 14, 2013, as they protested a scheme by Kenya's new Members of Parliament to increase their salaries from US$ 6,333 to US$ 10,119. Kenyan demonstrators released dozens of piglets at the gates of parliament and poured blood on the entrance today to protest demands by newly elected lawmakers for a wage hike. Police fired tear gas to disperse the protesters and beat others. PHOTO/TOM MARUKO

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Hefazot E Islam activist was killed d...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
05 May 2013

Hefazot E Islam called for a meeting on May 5th, 2013, in Motijeel, Dhaka, Bangladesh for the purpose of passing the new blasphemy law. Upon their arrival, the police began firing at the Hefazot E Islam activists with modern weaponry leaving the activists to defend themselves with sticks and bricks.

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A Long Day
Alansari, Aleppo, Syria
By ward.furati
29 Nov 2012

A rescue worker, covered in blood from injured civilians, views the ruins below after a long day of searching for survivors in the aftermath of shelling by government forces earlier in the day

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Aleppo Cries (Part 16 of 17)
Aleppo, Syria
By Maamoun
09 Oct 2012

Wounded soldiers wait for medical assistance.

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Pacification (16 of 23)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
By Rafael Fabres
12 Feb 2012

Traces of blood remains on the car where a UPP policeman was evacuated after being shooted by gangs while on patrol in Sao Carlos, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 5, 2012.

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After Water Comes Drought
Rashayida, West Bank
By Andreas bro
28 Mar 2011

A goat has been slaughtered and is waiting to be cut up, cooked and eaten for lunch.

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After Water Comes Drought
rashayida, west bank
By Andreas bro
28 Mar 2011

The men do not work as much as the women. But they always handle the slaughtering of animals. The younger men are shepherds while the older men are the patriarchs of the family. They are in charge and are responsible for making sure that everything is being done according to plan.