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December 08, 2013 
Father Michael Lapsley, an Anglican clergyman and himself a victim of apartheid who lost both his hands... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Father Michael Lapsley holds a prayer sheet while attending a special Sunday morning service dedicated... 
Father Michael Lapsley, an Anglican clergyman and himself a victim of apartheid who lost both his hands and one eye in a letter bomb in 1990, holds a prayer sheet with the image of Nelson Mandela as he prays along with others attending a special Sunday morning service dedicated to Nelson Mandela at St. George's Cathedral in Cape Town December 8, 2013. South African anti-apartheid hero Mandela died aged 95 at his Johannesburg home on December 5 after a prolonged lung infection. REUTERS/Mark Wessels (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: OBITUARY POLITICS SOCIETY RELIGION) 
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Religion 
Orthodox Jew Segregation Protest - 17 Jun 2010 
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USA/
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November 18, 2008 
Courthouse workers look out the window as a member of the New Black Panthers addresses a rally outside... 
Paris (Texas), UNITED STATES 
Courthouse workers look out the window as a member of the New Black Panthers addresses a rally outside... 
Courthouse workers look out the window as a member of the New Black Panthers addresses a rally outside the Lamar County Courthouse in Paris, Texas November 17, 2008. Protesters gathered to show support for the mother of Brandon McClelland, who was run over and dragged beneath a pickup truck in East Texas, at an organized event to draw attention to what they describe as a racially charged death reminiscent of the death of James Byrd ten years ago. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES) 
CZECH-RIOTS/
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November 17, 2008 
A riot policeman kicks a smoke grenade at ultra-right wing protesters after some 500 of them clashed... 
Litvinov, Czech Republic 
A riot policeman kicks a smoke grenade at ultra-right wing protesters in Litvinov 
A riot policeman kicks a smoke grenade at ultra-right wing protesters after some 500 of them clashed with police as they tried to reach a Roma settlement during their demonstration against "positive discrimination" in the north Bohemian town of Litvinov November 17, 2008. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC) 
SAFRICA-HUMAN RIGHTS/IONS LEAGUE/
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March 21, 2007 
A protester holding a placard stands behind a Zimbabwean flag during a march in Johannesburg March 21,2007.... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Protester holding a placard stands behind a Zimbabwean flag during a march in Johannesburg 
A protester holding a placard stands behind a Zimbabwean flag during a march in Johannesburg March 21,2007. Scores of demonstrators marched through the city's downtown on South Africa's Human Rights Day, marking the 47th anniversary of the Sharpeville Massacre in which 69 anti-apartheid activists were killed. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA AIRPORT NAME-CHANGE
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October 27, 2006 
Former South African president Nelson Mandela (L) congratulates Adelaide Tambo, widow of the late Oliver... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Former South African president Nelson Mandela congratulates Adelaide Tambo in Johannesburg 
Former South African president Nelson Mandela (L) congratulates Adelaide Tambo, widow of the late Oliver Tambo, during the renaming ceremony of the Johannesburg international airport to O.R Tambo international airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, October 27, 2006. Oliver Reginald Tambo was president of the African National Congress at the height of the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa. The ceremony coincided with his birthday on October 27. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
PAKISTAN BLAST
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April 26, 2002 
Pakistan Shi'ite Muslims chant anti-government slogans at a protest
rally in Islamabad April 26, 2002.... 
Islamabad, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof 
PAKISTAN SHI'ITE MUSLIMS AT PROTEST RALLY IN ISLAMABAD. 
Pakistan Shi'ite Muslims chant anti-government slogans at a protest
rally in Islamabad April 26, 2002. Twelve women and children were
killed and 23 wounded in an overnight bomb blast in the women's section
of a segregated Shi'ite Muslim congregation in Bhakkar town in central
Punjab province. Residents said sectarian violence between militants
from the Shi'ite and Sunni sects of Islam was most likely to blame for
the blast. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed

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PAKISTAN BLAST
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April 26, 2002 
A Pakistan Shi'ite Muslim chants anti-government slogans at a protest
rally in Islamabad April 26, 2002.... 
Islamabad, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof 
PAKISTAN SHI'ITE MUSLIM AT PROTEST RALLY IN ISLAMABAD. 
A Pakistan Shi'ite Muslim chants anti-government slogans at a protest
rally in Islamabad April 26, 2002. Twelve women and children were
killed and 23 wounded in an overnight bomb blast in the women's section
of a segregated Shi'ite Muslim congregation in Bhakkar town in central
Punjab province. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed

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SAFRICA WOMEN DAY
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August 09, 2000 
A South African policeman descends stairs from a memorial to black women who marched against apartheid... 
Pretoria, South Africa 
SOUTH AFRICAN POLICEMAN DESCENDS STAIRS FROM NEWLY INAUGURATED MONUMENT IN PRETORIA. 
A South African policeman descends stairs from a memorial to black women who marched against apartheid and the anti-black "Pass Laws" in 1956. The stairs carry as an inscription the text of a message delivered to Pretoria 44 years ago on the day now celebrated as Women's Day. The stairs lead to a monument opened on August 9, 2000, by President Thabo Mbeki.

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August 31, 1989 
Student demonstrators at Johannesburg's Witwatersrand University flee as police fire tear gas at them... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Student demonstrators at Johannesburg's Witwatersrand University flee as police fire tear gas at them... 
Student demonstrators at Johannesburg's Witwatersrand University flee as police fire tear gas at them during an anti-apartheid protest rally in Johannesburg, South Africa August 31, 1989. Police banned the rally in terms of emergency laws as part of a nationwide crackdown on dissent. REUTERS/Ulli Michel 
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