NoeFuture Noe Falk Nielsen

Worked in Greenland, Laos, Lebanon, Somalia/Kenya, Afghanistan and Iraq in various capacities. Picked up photography on a more serious level while in Somalia between 2008 and 2013 and again in 2014. Was the house photographer for UN Somalia Mine Action from 2008 to 2011 and later for Bancroft Global Development during the offensives in and around Mogadishu from 2011 to 2013 and again in 2014. Went freelance in January 2014 and travelled to Ukraine in the beginning of February to photograph the revolution.

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Refugees in Iraqi Kurdistan Face an U...
Erbil, Iraq
By Noe Falk Nielsen
27 Jun 2015

She walks slowly back from the distribution area carrying a box, paid for by UNHCR, handed to her by one of the many non-governmental organisations working to support the people in the camp. She is old and has seen changes come and go, uprisings and wars, successions of dictators and religious fanatics. Now she lives in a camp in the northern part of Iraq having fled the brutal civil in Syria. She is Kurdish, so she does not have a country to call her own. Her people are spread across four countries and have been at odds with the regimes in all – Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran. She is old now but fears for her children and grandchildren. Life in the camp is peaceful, and she has been well received by the Kurds in Iraq. But not far off Islamic State or Daesh as they are referred to in Iraq are trying to set up their caliphate using methods that would have found applause in the Middle Ages. The Kurdish army, Peshmerga, supported by its Western allies is presently fighting to push back Daesh as part of the brutal war that has seen millions flee across the region since the Arab Spring descended on Syria in 2011. Syria’s descend into violence and despair came on the heels of two decades of war and unrest in Iraq followed by Daesh’s appearance leaving the region as unstable as ever. And at the core of it all she walks with her box under a blazing sun along an empty road in a refugee camp, the witness of 60-some years of turbulent history in a place that is as far as ever from peace. She is surrounded by 10,000 other refugees in the camp and not far from her camp is yet another camp with an equal number of people in it. They sit in the camps with little money and even less hope for the future. Waiting for the politics to sort itself out, so they can get on with their lives. But as things stand a future outside the camps look less than promising and may be decades away.

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Pegida Demonstration Sparks Clashes i...
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
07 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles on 4 May 2015, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Danes Celebrate International Workers...
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

The Red-Green Alliance held a gathering at Blaagaardsplads in Copenhagen commemorating International Workers' Day before marching to Faelledparken to participate a traditional event where representatives from the Political Left and Centre-Left gave speeches, including the Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt.

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AMISOM in Mogadishu
Mogadishu
By Noe Falk Nielsen
21 Oct 2011

This collection depicts Ugandan and Burundian soldiers in 2011 and 2012 as part of the African Union forces under a UN mandate African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM).
The battles were a turning point in the war as Al Shabaab was first driven out of Mogadishu and later forced to retreat from Afgoye, a strategic town 30 kilometres north of Mogadishu.
AMISOM was formed initially by Ugandan and Burundian troops in Mogadishu, and later joined by Kenyan, Ethiopian, Djiboutian and Sierra Leonian troops, suffering heavy losses during the brutal fighting in and around Mogadishu.

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Life in Mogadishu
Mogadishu
By Noe Falk Nielsen
30 Apr 2015

As the civil war raged in Somnalia life in wartorn Mogadishu continued despite the ongoing clashes between the Transitional Federal Government supported by AMISOM and Al Shabaab. This collection provieds a brief insight into life in Mogadishu from 2011 to 2013. 

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The Somali National Army in the Somal...
Mogadishu
By Noe Falk Nielsen
01 Jan 2012

The Somali National Army - A far cry from the Somali Army of the Cold War often referred to as the Lion of Africa - has slowly emerged from the civil war as a somewhat coherent fighting force in the past few years capable of supporting and participating in various AMISOM offensives. When AMISOM deployed in Somalia in the spring of 2007 the Somali National Army was little more than clan militias loosely bound together with the aim of countering the threat of Al Shabaab and protect and preserve the Transitional Federal Government and its institutions. Since Al Shabaab in the autumn of 2010 tried and failed in the attempt to push the Transitional Federal Government and AMISOM into the sea, the Somali National Army has slowly evolved into the present fighting force capable of fighting Al Shabaab on their own terms. The development has been hampered by clan interests, lack of weaponry and training, but international efforts and an acceptance of common goals among the contributing clans have by now established it as a major actor in the rebuilding of the Somali State, but the road has been long and ardous.

The present compilation of pictures depicts the Somali National Army from training via deployment in the capital to actual participating in combat and the possible outcome.  

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Faces of Somalia
Mogadishu, Somalia
By Noe Falk Nielsen
29 Apr 2015

A collection of pictures that shows many faces of Somali people, and how religion and culture affects them in their daily life. 

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Battle of Bakara Market
Mogadishu
By Noe Falk Nielsen
29 Apr 2015

The internationally recognised Somali Government, the Transitional Federal Government, had been under siege since the Ethiopian Army pulled out in January 2009. Protected by a small force of Ugandan and Burundian soldiers deployed as the African Union's Mission to Somalia (AMISOM) the government was functioning in a 25 km2 pocket in the capital, Mogadishu, consisting of the State House Complex, the port and the airport base, where AMISOM had their HQ. In the fall of 2010 Al Shabaab attempted to push the government and the AMISOM forces into the sea in a large offensive referred to as the Ramadan Offensive, but AMISOM held their ground and eventually fought back. One of the main turning points of the conflict appeared at the end of July and beginning of August 2011, where combined AMISOM and government forces managed to push Al Shabaab out of Mogadishu, leaving the group wiht only limited footholds in the north and east of the capital.
The present collection depicts the fighting on the first two days of the offensive, where AMISOM and government forces attacked the Bakara Market in the attempt to dislodge the group from it main stronghold in the city.  

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Somalia: Routing Al-Shabab
Mogadishu
By Noe Falk Nielsen
31 Aug 2014

2011-2014

These photos profile the efforts over the past years of the African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM) to route Al-Shabab from its strongholds in Somalia.
Beginning with a large offensive in 2011, aimed at ending Al-Shabab rule in Somalia, Mogadishu was quickly retaken. Since then, AMISOM forces were able to steadily push Al-Shabab militants out of the outlying areas under their control.
In the summer and fall of 2014, AMISOM launched Operation Indian Ocean, which was another offensive aimed at eradicating pockets of Al-Shabab fighters still stationed in the Somali countryside. 

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Jerusalem: the Birthplace of Monotheism
Jerusalem
By Noe Falk Nielsen
20 Apr 2015

The old city of Jerusalem contains the holiest places for two major monotheistic religions and the third holiest place for a third. The old city of Jerusalem contains the Wailing Wall, the holiest site for Jews; the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, which is said to stand on the ground where Jesus was crucified, interred, and later resurrected; and the nearby Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is one of the oldest mosques in Islam and represents the place where the prophet arrived on his nightly journey from Mecca. Al-Aqsa is regarded as the third holiest place in Islam, after Mecca and Medina.


Together, these religious sites hold significance for approximately four billion Christians, Muslims and Jews around the world. 

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The Horror of War - Somalia
Lafole, Somalia
By Noe Falk Nielsen
16 Apr 2015

A Medic sees the fireball followed by thick billowing smoke from a helicopter heading south from Mogadishu. As she calls it in the incident has already been reported to HQ and an AMISOM Quick Reaction Force has been mobilized. The convoy moves aggressively through the congested streets of Mogadishu heading out of the capital towards Lafole 20 kilometres away. We reach the site of the incident 50 minutes after an Al Shabaab operative detonated his car bomb. The suicide bomber was targeting an AMISOM Armoured Personnel Carrier, which was scorched and incapacitated, but otherwise fine, and all the passengers could exit the vehicle by own means. This was, however, not the case for the two civilian minibuses located on the other side of the car bomb as it detonated. When we arrive the wrecks of the two busses are still smoldering, while cans of food litter the surrounding area some having exploded spilling their mangy content due to the intense heat. One mini bus has been sent 20 meters off the road by the explosion and is left as a burning wreck, while the charred bodies and interior continue to smolder. Next to the bus lies the remains of a woman, whose white teeth are clearly visible in the charred face, as she lies half covered in car parts with her hands up to protect her face. At her feet lies another body, this one of a man whose skin has been burned clear off lying entangled in the remains of the bus half way out of the passenger cabin. Inside the cabin are the remains of at least six people of which at least four were children. The remains are too small to be adults. In the back of the burned out bus sits the remains of a child, where only the top of the torso is left. The top of the skull has been sawn clean off and lies below the seat. Another body lies on a seat and consists of a very small skull and a small pile of ashes. A third is nothing but a charred skeleton entangled with the remains of the interior of the bus. The smell of burned meat and rubber is heavy and sickening and lingers over the entire area. A bit of charred meat and bloody clothes lie on the ground some 30 meters away. Back on the road the other bus is left a short distance down the road. The bus was mostly hit from behind and was luckily not a passenger bus, but carried provisions. Next to it lies the remains of the suicide bombers vehicle, which by now is nothing more than unrecognizable junk. Spectators move about and inspect the scene of destruction. Death fascinates. The body of the woman outside of the first bus is photographed and inspected. An older Somali man uses his cane to point out the remains of a child to another man. Others stand around and watch. Covering their noses and mouths to avoid the stench. More photos are taken. Some take selfies. I photograph it all. The spectacle is terribly and tragic. At least 12 were killed and 27 injured. All civilians. Statistics in the real world.

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Palestine - The Security Wall
Bethlehem
By Noe Falk Nielsen
01 Oct 2014

The Security Wall or the West Bank Barrier runs for around 700 kilometres effectively sealing off the West Bank of Palestine from Israel. The wall winds its way through settlements and cities and includes some 10% of the Palestinian area of the West Bank leaving an estimated 23,000 Palestinians sealed off from the rest of the West Bank. The wall in itself is up to 8 meters high making it more than twice as high as the Berlin Wall with an average of 60 metres standoff area around the wall. The Wall is highly visible in the landscape and has become the object of elaborate Palestinian graffiti. This collection provides a brief selection of graffiti from the wall.

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Moments in Kathmandu
Kathmandu, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
15 Apr 2015

A collection of moments in Kathmandu. Nepalese going about their business, taking a break, participating in events...

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Pottery production in Nepal
Baktaphur
By Noe Falk Nielsen
15 Apr 2015

In Nepal pottery is still produced by hand and the present collection provides a brief insight into the making of pottery in Baktaphur, Nepal

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Trekking the Annapurna Circuit
Annapurna Massif
By Noe Falk Nielsen
14 Apr 2015

Every year around 50,000 trekkers trek around the Annapurna Massif making it one of the more popular treks in the world. Despite the number of trekkers introducing tourism as a stable source of income in the region, some of the inhabitants are still going about their business as they have done for hundreds of years. This collection is a visual journey following the Annapurna Circuit from Buhlebuhle to the world highest pass, the Thorong La Pass (5416 meters above sea level) and down to Muktinah on the other side depicting the scenery, while pausing to explore the life of the local inhabitants as they navigate in an ever changing world.

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Hinduism in Nepal
Kathmandu, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
14 Apr 2015

More than 80% of the population in Nepal is Hindu and the rites and rituals influence all aspects of people's lives. This photo collection provides a brief glimpse into a few of the defining moments in Hindu life from the rite of passage of the boy, through an example of one of the numerous festivals to death and cremation.

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Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal
Boudhanath Sadak, Kathmandu
By Noe Falk Nielsen
11 Mar 2015

A brief collection of photos of various religious undertakings in the area surrounding the Bodinath Stupa in Kathmandu, which houses the centre of Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal. As Tibet was occupied by China in 1950 a number of Tibetans escaped to Nepal and established themselves around a massive white Bodinath Stupa in the eastern part of Kathmandu. The whorshippers walk clockwise around the stupa while spinning the prayer wheels and stop at the fire pits to breathe in the cleansing smoke. Around 9 % of the Nepalese population is Buddhist.

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A Refugee Camp in Iraq 2
Darashakran Camp, Iraqi Kurdistan
By Noe Falk Nielsen
24 Jun 2015

A woman waiting to receive items at distribution area in Darashakran refugee camp in the Kurdish Region of Iraq on 24 June 2015

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A Refugee Camp in Iraq 9
Darashakran Camp, Iraqi Kurdistan
By Noe Falk Nielsen
24 Jun 2015

An old woman carries a box from the distribution area to her home through the heat along an empty street in Darashakran refugee Camp on 24 June 2015.

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A Refugee Camp in Iraq 7
Darashakran Camp, Iraqi Kurdistan
By Noe Falk Nielsen
24 Jun 2015

Boy staring at the distribution taking place in the Darashakran refugee camp on 24 June 2015

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A Refugee Camp in Iraq 8
Darashakran Camp, Iraqi Kurdistan
By Noe Falk Nielsen
24 Jun 2015

Two boys dragging a small cart with goods for a woman from the distribution area to her home in Darashakran refugee camp on 24 June 2015

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A Refugee Camp in Iraq 5
Darashakran Camp, Iraqi Kurdistan
By Noe Falk Nielsen
23 Jun 2015

Children playing among the tents in Basirma refugee camp on 23 June 2015.

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A Refugee Camp in Iraq 6
Darashakran Camp, Iraqi Kurdistan
By Noe Falk Nielsen
24 Jun 2015

Children playing in front of one of the more permanent settlements in the Darashakran refugee camp on 24 June 2015

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A Refugee Camp in Iraq 3
Darashakran Camp, Iraqi Kurdistan
By Noe Falk Nielsen
23 Jun 2015

Two girls with a younger brother among the tents of Basirma refugee Camp in the Kurdish Region of Iraq on 23 June 2015.

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A Refugee Camp in Iraq 4
Darashakran Camp, Iraqi Kurdistan
By Noe Falk Nielsen
24 Jun 2015

Living spaces for recently arrived refugees from Kobane in the Darashakran refugee Camp on 24 June 2015

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Child labour in Nepal
Annapurna
By Noe Falk Nielsen
14 Mar 2015

Little girl turning stones to rubble on the slope of the Annapurne, Nepal on 14 March, 2015

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 19
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 20
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 21
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 17
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 18
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 15
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 16
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 13
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 14
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 10
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 11
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 12
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 08
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 09
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 06
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 07
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 04
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 05
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 02
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 03
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Anti-Pegida Demonstration 01
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
04 May 2015

During a scheduled Pegida demonstration and subsequent march through downtown Copenhagen under heavy protection by police and anti-riot vehicles, 100+ anti-Pegida protesters attempted to disrupt the demonstration and block the march. As Pegida marched police and anti-pegida protesters clashed.

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Copenhagen Labor Day 15
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
01 May 2015

International Workers' Day in Copenhagen. The Red-Green Alliance held a gathering at Blaagaardsplads before marching to Faelledparken to participate in the traditional Workers' Day event, where representatives from the Political Left and Centre-Left gave speeches, hereunder the Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Social Democratic supporters applauding the Prime Minister's speech at Faelledparken, while a protester imititates a politician wearing ear guards, sun glasses and blinkers.

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Copenhagen Labor Day 14
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
01 May 2015

International Workers' Day in Copenhagen. The Red-Green Alliance held a gathering at Blaagaardsplads before marching to Faelledparken to participate in the traditional Workers' Day event, where representatives from the Political Left and Centre-Left gave speeches, hereunder the Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Social Democratic supporters applauding the Prime Minister's speech at Faelledparken.

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Copenhagen Labor Day 12
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
01 May 2015

International Workers' Day in Copenhagen. The Red-Green Alliance held a gathering at Blaagaardsplads before marching to Faelledparken to participate in the traditional Workers' Day event, where representatives from the Political Left and Centre-Left gave speeches, hereunder the Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt depicted as she is making her speech.

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Copenhagen Labor Day 13
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
01 May 2015

International Workers' Day in Copenhagen. The Red-Green Alliance held a gathering at Blaagaardsplads before marching to Faelledparken to participate in the traditional Workers' Day event, where representatives from the Political Left and Centre-Left gave speeches, hereunder the Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt depicted as she is making her speech.

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Copenhagen Labor Day 11
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
01 May 2015

International Workers' Day in Copenhagen. The Red-Green Alliance held a gathering at Blaagaardsplads before marching to Faelledparken to participate in the traditional Workers' Day event, where representatives from the Political Left and Centre-Left gave speeches, hereunder the Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Supporters of the Red-Green Alliance march towards Faelledparken to the sound of music.

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Copenhagen Labor Day 10
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
01 May 2015

International Workers' Day in Copenhagen. The Red-Green Alliance held a gathering at Blaagaardsplads before marching to Faelledparken to participate in the traditional Workers' Day event, where representatives from the Political Left and Centre-Left gave speeches, hereunder the Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Supporters of the Red-Green Alliance march towards Faelledparken as banners in support are hung from windows along the route.

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Copenhagen Labor Day 09
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
01 May 2015

International Workers' Day in Copenhagen. The Red-Green Alliance held a gathering at Blaagaardsplads before marching to Faelledparken to participate in the traditional Workers' Day event, where representatives from the Political Left and Centre-Left gave speeches, hereunder the Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Spectators watch the protesters as they make their way towards Faelledparken.

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Copenhagen Labor Day 07
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
01 May 2015

International Workers' Day in Copenhagen. The Red-Green Alliance held a gathering at Blaagaardsplads before marching to Faelledparken to participate in the traditional Workers' Day event, where representatives from the Political Left and Centre-Left gave speeches, hereunder the Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Spectators watch the protesters as they make their way towards Faelledparken.

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Copenhagen Labor Day 06
Copenhagen
By Noe Falk Nielsen
01 May 2015

International Workers' Day in Copenhagen. The Red-Green Alliance held a gathering at Blaagaardsplads before marching to Faelledparken to participate in the traditional Workers' Day event, where representatives from the Political Left and Centre-Left gave speeches, hereunder the Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Supporters of the Red-Green Alliance marching towards Faelledparken.