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LIBYA/
RTR3RNVZ
June 01, 2014
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi,...
Abyar, Libya
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi, May 31, 2014. Haftar spoke about fighting terrorism and thanked supporters of "Operation Dignity", a self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS HEADSHOT MILITARY)
LIBYA/
RTR3RNVY
June 01, 2014
General Khalifa Haftar holds a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi. May 31,...
Abyar, Libya
General Khalifa Haftar holds a news conference in Abyar
General Khalifa Haftar holds a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi. May 31, 2014. Haftar spoke about fighting terrorism and thanked supporters of "Operation Dignity", a self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS HEADSHOT MILITARY)
LIBYA/
RTR3RNVX
June 01, 2014
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi,...
Abyar, Libya
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi, May 31, 2014. Haftar spoke about fighting terrorism and thanked supporters of "Operation Dignity", a self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
LIBYA/
RTR3RNVM
June 01, 2014
General Khalifa Haftar (C) holds a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi. May...
Abyar, Libya
General Khalifa Haftar holds a news conference in Abyar
General Khalifa Haftar (C) holds a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi. May 31, 2014. Haftar spoke about fighting terrorism and thanked supporters of "Operation Dignity", a self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
LIBYA/
RTR3RNVI
June 01, 2014
General Khalifa Haftar holds a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi, May 31,...
Abyar, Libya
General Haftar holds a news conference in Abyar
General Khalifa Haftar holds a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi, May 31, 2014. Haftar spoke about fighting terrorism and thanked supporters of "Operation Dignity", a self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY HEADSHOT)
LIBYA/
RTR3RNV4
June 01, 2014
General Khalifa Haftar holds a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi. May 31,...
Abyar, Libya
General Khalifa Haftar holds a news conference in Abyar
General Khalifa Haftar holds a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi. May 31, 2014. Haftar spoke about fighting terrorism and thanked supporters of "Operation Dignity", a self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
LIBYA/
RTR3RNUW
June 01, 2014
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi,...
Abyar, Libya
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi, May 31, 2014. Haftar spoke about fighting terrorism and thanked supporters of "Operation Dignity", a self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS HEADSHOT)
LIBYA/
RTR3RNUM
June 01, 2014
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi,...
Abyar, Libya
General Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi, May 31, 2014. Haftar spoke about fighting terrorism and thanked supporters of "Operation Dignity", a self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
LIBYA/
RTR3RNUL
June 01, 2014
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi,...
Abyar, Libya
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar
General Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference in Abyar, a small town to the east of Benghazi, May 31, 2014. Haftar spoke about fighting terrorism and thanked supporters of "Operation Dignity", a self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
LIBYA-CRISIS/
RTR3RKLB
May 30, 2014
People attend a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity"...
Tripoli, Libya
People attend a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity"...
People attend a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity" at Martyrs' Square in Tripoli, May 30, 2014. "Operation Dignity" is Haftar's self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. Irregular forces loyal to Haftar - a mixture of militias, regular army and air force units - have bombed Islamist militant bases in the eastern city of Benghazi twice since then, most recently on Wednesday. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA-CRISIS/
RTR3RKJR
May 30, 2014
A supporter gestures during a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's...
Tripoli, Libya
A supporter gestures during a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's...
A supporter gestures during a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity" at Martyrs' Square in Tripoli, May 30, 2014. "Operation Dignity" is Haftar's self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. Irregular forces loyal to Haftar - a mixture of militias, regular army and air force units - have bombed Islamist militant bases in the eastern city of Benghazi twice since then, most recently on Wednesday. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA-CRISIS/
RTR3RKJP
May 30, 2014
A supporter shouts during a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation...
Tripoli, Libya
A supporter shouts during a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation...
A supporter shouts during a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity" at Martyrs' Square in Tripoli, May 30, 2014. "Operation Dignity" is Haftar's self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. Irregular forces loyal to Haftar - a mixture of militias, regular army and air force units - have bombed Islamist militant bases in the eastern city of Benghazi twice since then, most recently on Wednesday. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA-CRISIS/
RTR3RKJO
May 30, 2014
People attend a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity"...
Tripoli, Libya
People attend a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity"...
People attend a demonstration in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity" at Martyrs' Square in Tripoli, May 30, 2014. "Operation Dignity" is Haftar's self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. Irregular forces loyal to Haftar - a mixture of militias, regular army and air force units - have bombed Islamist militant bases in the eastern city of Benghazi twice since then, most recently on Wednesday. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA-CRISIS/
RTR3RKBI
May 30, 2014
People attend a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity" in...
Benghazi, Libya
People attend a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity" in...
People attend a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity" in Benghazi, May 30, 2014. "Operation Dignity" is Haftar's self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. Irregular forces loyal to Haftar - a mixture of militias, regular army and air force units - have bombed Islamist militant bases in the eastern city of Benghazi twice since then, most recently on Wednesday. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
LIBYA-CRISIS/
RTR3RKBA
May 30, 2014
A man holds a sign during a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation...
Benghazi, Libya
A man holds a sign during a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation...
A man holds a sign during a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity" in Benghazi, May 30, 2014. "Operation Dignity" is Haftar's self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. Irregular forces loyal to Haftar - a mixture of militias, regular army and air force units - have bombed Islamist militant bases in the eastern city of Benghazi twice since then, most recently on Wednesday. The sign reads, "Yes army, yes dignity." REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
LIBYA-CRISIS/
RTR3RKB4
May 30, 2014
People shout during a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity"...
Benghazi, Libya
People shout during a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity"...
People shout during a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity" in Benghazi, May 30, 2014. "Operation Dignity" is Haftar's self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. Irregular forces loyal to Haftar - a mixture of militias, regular army and air force units - have bombed Islamist militant bases in the eastern city of Benghazi twice since then, most recently on Wednesday. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
LIBYA-CRISIS/
RTR3RKAO
May 30, 2014
People shout during a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity"...
Benghazi, Libya
People shout during a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity"...
People shout during a rally in support of former Libyan army officer Khalifa Haftar's "Operation Dignity" in Benghazi, May 30, 2014. "Operation Dignity" is Haftar's self-declared campaign against extremists he accuses Islamist parties in the GNC of allowing to flourish. Irregular forces loyal to Haftar - a mixture of militias, regular army and air force units - have bombed Islamist militant bases in the eastern city of Benghazi twice since then, most recently on Wednesday. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX1730I
January 05, 2014
A Roma mother and her 18-month-old child are reflected in a mirror in their shack that has no running...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
A Roma mother and her 18-month-old child are reflected in a mirror in their shack that has no running...
A Roma mother and her 18-month-old child are reflected in a mirror in their shack that has no running water or sewerage in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX1730G
January 05, 2014
Social worker Lubomira Pancikova is pictured in her office in a community centre in Cierny Balog December...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
Social worker Lubomira Pancikova is pictured in her office in a community centre in Cierny Balog
Social worker Lubomira Pancikova is pictured in her office in a community centre in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS SOCIETY)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX1730F
January 05, 2014
Social worker Lubomira Pancikova is pictured in her office in a community centre in Cierny Balog December...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
Social worker Lubomira Pancikova is pictured in her office in a community centre in Cierny Balog
Social worker Lubomira Pancikova is pictured in her office in a community centre in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS SOCIETY)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX1730A
January 05, 2014
Jozef Bartos (L), a 20-year-old Roma, holds his child in front of shacks belonging to Roma people that...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
Jozef Bartos, a 20-year-old Roma, holds his child in front of shacks belonging to Roma people that have...
Jozef Bartos (L), a 20-year-old Roma, holds his child in front of shacks belonging to Roma people that have no running water or sewerage in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Bartos fears Kotleba's victory might lead to trouble. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX17307
January 05, 2014
Jozef Bartos (L), a 20-year-old Roma, holds his child in front of shacks belonging to Roma people that...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
Jozef Bartos, a 20-year-old Roma, holds his child in front of shacks belonging to Roma people that have...
Jozef Bartos (L), a 20-year-old Roma, holds his child in front of shacks belonging to Roma people that have no running water or sewerage in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Bartos fears Kotleba's victory might lead to trouble. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX172ZY
January 05, 2014
Members of the Roma community are seen in front their shacks that have no running water or sewerage in...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
Members of the Roma community are seen in front their shacks that have no running water or sewerage in...
Members of the Roma community are seen in front their shacks that have no running water or sewerage in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX172ZP
January 05, 2014
A Roma mother is pictured with her 18-month-old child in their shack that has no running water or sewerage...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
A Roma mother is pictured with her 18-month-old child in their shack that has no running water or sewerage...
A Roma mother is pictured with her 18-month-old child in their shack that has no running water or sewerage in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX172ZK
January 05, 2014
Jozef Bartos (R), a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife, child and mother in their shack that...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
Jozef Bartos, a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife, child and mother in their shack that has...
Jozef Bartos (R), a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife, child and mother in their shack that has no running water or sewerage in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Bartos fears Kotleba's victory might lead to trouble. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX172ZF
January 05, 2014
Jozef Bartos (R), a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife and child in their shack that has no...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
Jozef Bartos, a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife and child in their shack that has no running...
Jozef Bartos (R), a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife and child in their shack that has no running water or sewerage in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX172Z4
January 05, 2014
A Roma mother is pictured with her 18-month-old child in their family shack that has no running water...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
A Roma mother is pictured with her 18-month-old child in their family shack that has no running water...
A Roma mother is pictured with her 18-month-old child in their family shack that has no running water or sewerage in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX172Z1
January 05, 2014
An 18-month-old Roma child is pictured in their family shack that has no running water or sewerage in...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
An 18-month-old Roma child is pictured in their family shack that has no running water or sewerage in...
An 18-month-old Roma child is pictured in their family shack that has no running water or sewerage in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX172YW
January 05, 2014
General view of village in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
General view of village in Cierny Balog
General view of village in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY ELECTIONS POLITICS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX172YP
January 05, 2014
General view of village in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
General view of village in Cierny Balog
General view of village in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY ELECTIONS POLITICS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX172YF
January 05, 2014
A woman rides a bicycle through the village in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
A woman rides a bicycle through the village in Cierny Balog
A woman rides a bicycle through the village in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA/EXTREMISM
RTX172YD
January 05, 2014
Jozef Bartos (L), a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife, child and mother in their shack that...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
Jozef Bartos, a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife, child and mother in their shack that has...
Jozef Bartos (L), a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife, child and mother in their shack that has no running water or sewerage in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
PORTUGAL-ELECTIONS/
RTX141RX
September 27, 2013
A man walks with two flags of the Socialist Party during a campaign ahead of local elections on a street...
Lisbon, Portugal
Man walks with two flags of the Socialist Party during a campaign ahead of local elections on a street...
A man walks with two flags of the Socialist Party during a campaign ahead of local elections on a street in Lisbon September 26, 2013. Disillusion with Portugal's main parties, both battered by association with the country's deep economic crisis and international bailout, is translating into a surge in independent candidates for Sunday's local elections. While government austerity measures - a condition of the bailout - have sparked periodic protests and strikes, the protests haven't turned violent, as in Greece, nor have voters turned to extremist political parties to vent their anger. Photo taken September 26. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
PORTUGAL-ELECTIONS/
RTX141R0
September 27, 2013
Men walk past billboards campaigning for the local elections on a street in Sintra September 27, 2013....
Sintra, Portugal
Men walk past billboards campaigning for the local elections on a street in Sintra
Men walk past billboards campaigning for the local elections on a street in Sintra September 27, 2013. Disillusion with Portugal's main parties, both battered by association with the country's deep economic crisis and international bailout, is translating into a surge in independent candidates for Sunday's local elections. While government austerity measures - a condition of the bailout - have sparked periodic protests and strikes, the protests haven't turned violent, as in Greece, nor have voters turned to extremist political parties to vent their anger. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
PORTUGAL-ELECTIONS/
RTX141QU
September 27, 2013
Women walk past campaign billboards for the local elections on a street in Sintra September 27, 2013....
Sintra, Portugal
Women walk past campaign billboards for the local elections on a street in Sintra
Women walk past campaign billboards for the local elections on a street in Sintra September 27, 2013. Disillusion with Portugal's main parties, both battered by association with the country's deep economic crisis and international bailout, is translating into a surge in independent candidates for Sunday's local elections. While government austerity measures - a condition of the bailout - have sparked periodic protests and strikes, the protests haven't turned violent, as in Greece, nor have voters turned to extremist political parties to vent their anger. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS ELECTIONS)
Myanmar
Myanmar
The 969 Buddhist Extremist Movement - 01 Jul 2013
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SPAIN/
RTX10OJ6
June 15, 2013
Mortgage Victims' Platform's (PAH) delegates (L-R) Rosana Montalban, Rafarel Mayoral and Ada Colau hold...
Valencia, Spain
Mortgage Victims' Platform delegates Montalban, Mayoral and Colau hold a news conference during their...
Mortgage Victims' Platform's (PAH) delegates (L-R) Rosana Montalban, Rafarel Mayoral and Ada Colau hold a news conference during their annual national meeting in Valencia June 15, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX10OIQ
June 15, 2013
Delegates of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) carrying signs stating the cities they represent pose...
Valencia, Spain
Delegates of the Mortgage Victims' Platform pose for a family photo during their annual national meeting...
Delegates of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) carrying signs stating the cities they represent pose for a family photo during their annual national meeting in Valencia June 15, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. The signs read, "Trial and punishment, Luis De Guindos (Spain's Economy Minister)" (upside down) and "We are on sale here, without reason" (orange). REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX10OIN
June 15, 2013
Delegates of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) carrying signs stating the cities they represent pose...
Valencia, Spain
Delegates of the Mortgage Victims' Platform pose for a family photo during their annual national meeting...
Delegates of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) carrying signs stating the cities they represent pose for a family photo during their annual national meeting in Valencia June 15, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX10OIJ
June 15, 2013
Delegates of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) raise their hands during the opening session of their...
Valencia, Spain
Delegates of the Mortgage Victims' Platform raise their hands during the opening session of their annual...
Delegates of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) raise their hands during the opening session of their annual national meeting in Valencia June 15, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX10OID
June 15, 2013
Ada Colau, delegate of the Barcelona branch of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH), speaks during the...
Valencia, Spain
Colau, delegate of the Barcelona branch of the Mortgage Victims' Platform, speaks during the opening...
Ada Colau, delegate of the Barcelona branch of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH), speaks during the opening session of their annual national meeting in Valencia June 15, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX10OI9
June 15, 2013
Ada Colau, delegate of the Barcelona branch of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH), speaks during the...
Valencia, Spain
Colau, delegate of the Barcelona branch of the Mortgage Victims' Platform, speaks during the opening...
Ada Colau, delegate of the Barcelona branch of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH), speaks during the opening session of their annual national meeting in Valencia June 15, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX10OI5
June 15, 2013
Ada Colau, delegate of the Barcelona branch of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH), speaks during the...
Valencia, Spain
Colau, delegate of the Barcelona branch of the Mortgage Victims' Platform, speaks during the opening...
Ada Colau, delegate of the Barcelona branch of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH), speaks during the opening session of their annual national meeting in Valencia June 15, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX10GIU
June 08, 2013
Activists hold hands during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) in Valencia...
Valencia, Spain
Activists hold hands during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) in Valencia...
Activists hold hands during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) in Valencia June 8, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SPAIN/
RTX10GIS
June 08, 2013
Activist Edwin Perez supervises the paperwork of a man seeking help during an informative meeting held...
Valencia, Spain
Activist Edwin Perez supervises the paperwork of a man seeking help during an informative meeting held...
Activist Edwin Perez supervises the paperwork of a man seeking help during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) in Valencia June 8, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SPAIN/
RTX10GIO
June 08, 2013
A woman is comforted by others as she cries during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims'...
Valencia, Spain
A woman is comforted by others as she cries during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims'...
A woman is comforted by others as she cries during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) in Valencia June 8, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SPAIN/
RTX10GIL
June 08, 2013
Activist Gema Palomo (R) is congratulated by fellow activist Ana Blanco during an informative meeting...
Valencia, Spain
Activist Gema Palomo is congratulated by fellow activist Ana Blanco during an informative meeting held...
Activist Gema Palomo (R) is congratulated by fellow activist Ana Blanco during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) in Valencia June 8, 2013. Palomo, a jobless mother of a 9-year-old boy, reached an agreement with savings bank Cajamar on Thursday, in which she loses her home, but will be free of a remaining debt of 56,000 Euro, after a year of activism. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SPAIN/
RTX10GID
June 08, 2013
A woman is comforted by others as she cries during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims'...
Valencia, Spain
A woman is comforted by others as she cries during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims'...
A woman is comforted by others as she cries during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) in Valencia June 8, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SPAIN/
RTX10GIA
June 08, 2013
A women seeking help looks on during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH)...
Valencia, Spain
A women seeking help looks on during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH)...
A women seeking help looks on during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) in Valencia June 8, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SPAIN/
RTX10GGI
June 08, 2013
Ana Blanco, (2nd L), an activist of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) kisses a woman seeking advice,...
Valencia, Spain
Activists from the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) stand next to each other during an informative meeting...
Ana Blanco, (2nd L), an activist of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) kisses a woman seeking advice, next to fellow members (L - R) Gema Palomo, Jose Luis Gonzalez and Alicia Gabba during an informative meeting in Valencia June 8, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SPAIN/
RTX10GG8
June 08, 2013
People seeking advice listen during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH)...
Valencia, Spain
People seeking advice listen during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH)...
People seeking advice listen during an informative meeting held by the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) in Valencia June 8, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. The sticker on the folder reads, "This bank fools people, commits fraud and throws them out of their homes". REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SPAIN/
RTX10GG1
June 08, 2013
Gema Palomo, an activist of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH), talks to people seeking help during...
Valencia, Spain
Gema Palomo, an activist of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH), talks to people seeking help during...
Gema Palomo, an activist of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH), talks to people seeking help during an informative meeting in Valencia June 8, 2013. Palomo, a jobless mother of a 9-year-old boy, reached an agreement with savings bank Cajamar on Thursday, in which she looses her home but is in return free of her remaining debt of 56,000 Euros ($72,592), after a year of activism. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SPAIN/
RTX10GFP
June 08, 2013
An activist of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) talks to people seeking help during an informative...
Valencia, Spain
An activist of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) talks to people seeking help during an informative...
An activist of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) talks to people seeking help during an informative meeting in Valencia June 8, 2013. The European Parliament gave the European Citizens 2013 award to the PAH on June 6, 2013 for the anti-evictions lobby group's work in "fighting for European values". The award was harshly criticized by top members from Spain's ruling People's Party (Partido Popular), who labelled the members in the platform as "radical and violent extremists", according to local media. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AXAZ
November 27, 2012
Sergei Udaltsov, leader of the Left Front opposition party, arrives for questioning at the city prosecutor's...
Moscow, Russia
Udaltsov, leader of Left Front opposition party, arrives for questioning at the city prosecutor's office...
Sergei Udaltsov, leader of the Left Front opposition party, arrives for questioning at the city prosecutor's office in Moscow November 27, 2012. Udaltsov has been called by the city prosecutor's office to prove that the "Left Front" organisation is not extremist, after an official examination on its activity, according to local media. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AXAX
November 27, 2012
Sergei Udaltsov, leader of the Left Front opposition party, arrives for questioning at the city prosecutor's...
Moscow, Russia
Udaltsov, leader of the Left Front opposition party, arrives for questioning at the city prosecutor's...
Sergei Udaltsov, leader of the Left Front opposition party, arrives for questioning at the city prosecutor's office in Moscow November 27, 2012. Udaltsov has been called by the city prosecutor's office to prove that the "Left Front" organisation is not extremist, after an official examination on its activity, according to local media. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AXAV
November 27, 2012
Sergei Udaltsov, leader of the Left Front opposition party, arrives for questioning at the city prosecutor's...
Moscow, Russia
Udaltsov, leader of the Left Front opposition party, arrives for questioning at the city prosecutor's...
Sergei Udaltsov, leader of the Left Front opposition party, arrives for questioning at the city prosecutor's office in Moscow November 27, 2012. Udaltsov has been called by the city prosecutor's office to prove that the "Left Front" organisation is not extremist, after an official examination on its activity, according to local media. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
PAKISTAN-HAZARAS/
RTR39JHU
October 24, 2012
Khaliq Hazara, chairman of the Hazara Democratic Party, is pictured at his home in Quetta August 31,...
Quetta, Pakistan
Khaliq Hazara, chairman of the Hazara Democratic Party, is pictured at his home in Quetta
Khaliq Hazara, chairman of the Hazara Democratic Party, is pictured at his home in Quetta August 31, 2012. Thousands of Hazaras, who are almost all members of Pakistan's Shi'ite minority, choose to face the ocean's terrors rather than risk an encounter with the death squads stalking their city's streets in Quetta. In the past year, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, a Sunni extremist group, has turned Quetta into a hunting ground. Picture taken on August 31, 2012. To match Insight PAKISTAN-HAZARAS/ REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed (PAKISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
HUNGARY-FARRIGHT/
RTR39FAN
October 22, 2012
A Roma man sits amid his wares in one of eastern Europe's largest flea markets near Devecser October...
DEVECSER, Hungary
A Roma man sits amid his wares in one of eastern Europe's largest flea markets near Devecser
A Roma man sits amid his wares in one of eastern Europe's largest flea markets near Devecser October 6, 2012. Many local Roma earn a living selling items thrown away in Austria and Germany, an activity despised by the majority of Hungarians. In July, a bloody conflict between Roma and Hungarians prompted the far-right Jobbik party to organised a big protest in Devecser, after which extremists marched to the Roma part of town, throwing half-bricks into Roma houses. Deadly violence was only narrowly avoided. Picture taken October 6. To match story HUNGARY-FARRIGHT/ REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
HUNGARY-FARRIGHT/
RTR39FAJ
October 22, 2012
A Roma woman sits amongst her wares in one of eastern Europe's largest flea markets near Devecser October...
DEVECSER, Hungary
A Roma woman sits amongst her wares in one of eastern Europe's largest flea markets near Devecser
A Roma woman sits amongst her wares in one of eastern Europe's largest flea markets near Devecser October 6, 2012. Many local Roma earn a living selling items thrown away in Austria and Germany, an activity despised by the majority of Hungarians. In July, a bloody conflict between Roma and Hungarians prompted the far-right Jobbik party to organised a big protest in Devecser, after which extremists marched to the Roma part of town, throwing half-bricks into Roma houses. Deadly violence was only narrowly avoided. Picture taken October 6. To match story HUNGARY-FARRIGHT/ REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
HUNGARY-FARRIGHT/
RTR39FA8
October 22, 2012
A Roma man stands amid his wares in one of eastern Europe's largest flea markets near Devecser October...
DEVECSER, Hungary
A Roma man stands amid his wares in one of eastern Europe's largest flea markets near Devecser
A Roma man stands amid his wares in one of eastern Europe's largest flea markets near Devecser October 6, 2012. Many local Roma earn a living selling items thrown away in Austria and Germany, an activity despised by the majority of Hungarians. In July, a bloody conflict between Roma and Hungarians prompted the far-right Jobbik party to organise a big protest in Devecser, after which extremists marched to the Roma part of town, throwing half-bricks into Roma houses. Deadly violence was only narrowly avoided. Picture taken October 6. To match story HUNGARY-FARRIGHT/ REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CIVIL UNREST)
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