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PERU-POLITICS/PROTESTS-BRAZIL
RTX89R9W
November 15, 2020
A man holds a sign reading "Indignation" during a rally after Peruvian interim President Manuel Merino...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
People rally after Peruvian interim President Merino resigned, in Rio de Janeiro
A man holds a sign reading "Indignation" during a rally after Peruvian interim President Manuel Merino resigned, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 15, 2020. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
FRANCE-VIOLENCES/.FC
RTX3065U
February 08, 2017
Carte localisant la ville d’Aulnay-sous-Bois où l’interpellation violente d’un jeune homme le 2 février...
France
AULNAY SOUS BOIS VIOLENCES POLICE ARRESTATION EPS.FC
Carte localisant la ville d’Aulnay-sous-Bois où l’interpellation violente d’un jeune homme le 2 février a suscité une vague d’indignation et des violences sporadiques
PORTUGAL-PROTEST/
RTX1S4C8
September 23, 2015
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament...
Lisbon, Portugal
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament...
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament in Lisbon, Portugal September 23, 2015. Eficientes Indignados is a movement that defends the rights of people with disabilities. Demonstrators represented the feeling of being prisoners in their homes because of the low state pensions they receive, 217 Euros per month. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-PROTEST/
RTX1S4BX
September 23, 2015
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament...
Lisbon, Portugal
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament...
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament in Lisbon, Portugal September 23, 2015. Eficientes Indignados is a movement that defends the rights of people with disabilities. Demonstrators represented the feeling of being prisoners in their homes because of the low state pensions they receive, 217 Euros per month. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-PROTEST/
RTX1S4BW
September 23, 2015
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament...
Lisbon, Portugal
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament...
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament in Lisbon, Portugal September 23, 2015. Eficientes Indignados is a movement that defends the rights of people with disabilities. Demonstrators represented the feeling of being prisoners in their homes because of the low state pensions they receive, 217 Euros per month. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
PORTUGAL-PROTEST/
RTX1S4AL
September 23, 2015
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament...
Lisbon, Portugal
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament...
Members of "Eficientes Indignados" (Efficient Indignant) movement protest next to the Portuguese parliament in Lisbon, Portugal September 23, 2015. Eficientes Indignados is a movement that defends the rights of people with disabilities. Demonstrators represented the feeling of being prisoners in their homes because of the low state pensions they receive, 217 Euros per month. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
CHILE-PROTEST/
RTX1PY0J
August 27, 2015
Supporters of truck owners block a highway at the south access to Chile's capital Santiago during a protest...
Santiago, Chile
Supporters of truck owners block a highway at the south access to Chile's capital Santiago during a protest...
Supporters of truck owners block a highway at the south access to Chile's capital Santiago during a protest against crimes towards their properties in their region, August 27, 2015. The banner reads "Indignant by delinquency and terrorism". REUTERS/Alexis Sandoval
GUATEMALA-POLITICS/
RTX1OE67
August 16, 2015
A priest and nuns hold a banner that says "Indignation" during a protest to demand the resignation of...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A priest and nuns hold a banner during a protest to demand the resignation of Guatemala's President Perez...
A priest and nuns hold a banner that says "Indignation" during a protest to demand the resignation of Guatemala's President Otto Perez Molina in Guatemala City August 15, 2015. Demonstrators are demanding the resignation of Guatemala's President Perez Molina for the corruption scandals of politicians close to his government and his administration. The words on the banner (rear) call on people who stand against corruption and support change in Guatemala to display the Guatemalan flag. REUTERS/Josue Decavele
SPAIN-PROTEST/
RTX1D9KL
May 16, 2015
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta...
Madrid, Spain
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta...
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol Square, Spain, May 16, 2015. The movement gathered steam as part of the "Indignados" (Indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "Occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho
SPAIN-PROTEST/
RTX1D9JJ
May 16, 2015
People raise their hands during a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's...
Madrid, Spain
People raise their hands during a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's...
People raise their hands during a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol Square, Spain, May 16, 2015. The movement gathered steam as part of the "Indignados" (Indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "Occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho
SPAIN-PROTEST/
RTX1D9J4
May 16, 2015
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta...
Madrid, Spain
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta...
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol Square, Spain, May 16, 2015. The movement gathered steam as part of the "Indignados" (Indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "Occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho
SPAIN-PROTEST/
RTX1D9J0
May 16, 2015
A woman with a mask attends a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's...
Madrid, Spain
Woman with a mask attends a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's...
A woman with a mask attends a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol Square, Spain, May 16, 2015. The movement gathered steam as part of the "Indignados" (Indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "Occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho
SPAIN-PROTEST/
RTX1D9IS
May 16, 2015
A woman reacts to the camera as she attends a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement...
Madrid, Spain
Woman reacts to the camera as she attends a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement...
A woman reacts to the camera as she attends a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol Square, Spain, May 16, 2015. The movement gathered steam as part of the "Indignados" (Indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "Occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho
SPAIN-PROTEST/
RTX1D467
May 15, 2015
A man with a mask attends a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's...
Madrid, Spain
Man with a mask attends a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark...
A man with a mask attends a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol Square, Spain, May 15, 2015. The movement gathered steam as part of the "Indignados" (Indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "Occupy" movements around the globe. The words on the mask read, "No to the gag law = Fascism". REUTERS/Andrea Comas
SPAIN-PROTEST/
RTX1D44T
May 15, 2015
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta...
Madrid, Spain
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta...
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol Square, Spain, May 15, 2015. The movement gathered steam as part of the "Indignados" (Indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "Occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
SPAIN-PROTEST/
RTX1D40R
May 15, 2015
People raise their hands during a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's...
Madrid, Spain
People raise their hands during a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's...
People raise their hands during a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol Square, Spain, May 15, 2015. The movement gathered steam as part of the "Indignados" (Indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "Occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
SPAIN-PROTEST/
RTX1D3ZC
May 15, 2015
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta...
Madrid, Spain
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta...
People attend a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol Square, Spain, May 15, 2015. The movement gathered steam as part of the "Indignados" (Indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "Occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Andrea Comas TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-POLITICS/
RTR4THM6
March 16, 2015
Arnon Numpa (2nd L), a 30-year-old rights lawyer, and Sirawith Seritiwat (R), 24, a student, leaves a...
Bangkok, Thailand
Arnon, a 30-year-old rights lawyer, and Sirawith, 24, a student, leaves a police station for the military...
Arnon Numpa (2nd L), a 30-year-old rights lawyer, and Sirawith Seritiwat (R), 24, a student, leaves a police station for the military court in Bangkok March 16, 2015. Four Thai activists are to face military court on Monday on charges of violating junta orders banning public gatherings in what a rights group called a "landmark case" that could stir indignation at strict military rule. The four are Arnon, Sirawith, Punsak Srithep, 48, an activist whose son was killed in a 2010 army crackdown on anti-government protesters and Wannakiet Choosuwan, 36, a taxi driver. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
THAILAND-POLITICS/
RTR4THM4
March 16, 2015
Arnon Numpa (L), a 30-year-old rights lawyer, and Sirawith Seritiwat, 24, a student, leaves a police...
Bangkok, Thailand
Arnon, a 30-year-old rights lawyer, and Sirawith, 24, a student, leaves a police station for the military...
Arnon Numpa (L), a 30-year-old rights lawyer, and Sirawith Seritiwat, 24, a student, leaves a police station for the military court in Bangkok March 16, 2015. Four Thai activists are to face military court on Monday on charges of violating junta orders banning public gatherings in what a rights group called a "landmark case" that could stir indignation at strict military rule. The four are Arnon, Sirawith, Punsak Srithep, 48, an activist whose son was killed in a 2010 army crackdown on anti-government protesters and Wannakiet Choosuwan, 36, a taxi driver. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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SPAIN-PODEMOS/
RTR4NOQ8
January 31, 2015
A man holds a placard in support of Spain's party "Podemos" (We Can) as he gathers, before the start...
Madrid, Spain
A man holds a placard in support of Spain's party "Podemos" (We Can) as he gathers, before the start...
A man holds a placard in support of Spain's party "Podemos" (We Can) as he gathers, before the start of a rally called by Podemos, at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol January 31, 2015. The placard reads "Indignant Podemos". REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7ON
November 07, 2014
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait on the street outside Frisco, a bar where the organisers often meet, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7OJ
November 07, 2014
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait on the street outside Frisco, a bar where the organisers often meet, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7OD
November 07, 2014
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Budapest, Hungary
Bernat, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Aurora, a bar where the organiser meet regularly, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7OC
November 07, 2014
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Frisco, a bar where the organisers often meet, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7O8
November 07, 2014
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Budapest, Hungary
Bernat, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Aurora, a bar where the organiser meet regularly, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7NS
November 07, 2014
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Budapest, Hungary
Bernat, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against planned tax on internet traffic,...
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Aurora, a bar where the organiser meet regularly, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7N9
November 07, 2014
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Gulyas, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against planned tax on internet traffic,...
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in his office building in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. . Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7N2
November 07, 2014
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Gulyas, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in his office in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7MZ
November 07, 2014
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Fuzessi, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Frisco, a bar where the organisers often meet, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7MQ
November 07, 2014
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait on the street outside his office in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7M7
November 07, 2014
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Budapest, Hungary
Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Aurora, a bar where the organiser meet regularly, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7M0
November 07, 2014
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Budapest, Hungary
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Budapest, November 3, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 3, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7LF
November 07, 2014
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Budapest, Hungary
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Budapest, November 3, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 3, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7KQ
November 07, 2014
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Marton Gulyas, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against planned tax on internet...
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait on the street outside his office in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary?s conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organised last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channelled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-INTERNET/PROTESTERS
RTR4D7KG
November 07, 2014
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Budapest, Hungary
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated recent big protests in Hungary against planned tax on internet traffic,...
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in front of Liberty Bridge in Budapest, November 3, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 3, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS)
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Dismemberment Trial - 30 Sep 2014
12 PICTURES
SPAIN/
RTR3PMU8
May 17, 2014
Demonstrators shout slogans, while arriving to the Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the 15M...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators shout slogans, while arriving to the Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the 15M...
Demonstrators shout slogans, while arriving to the Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the 15M movement in central Madrid May 17, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
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May 17, 2014
Demonstrators shout slogans, while arriving to the Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the 15M...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators shout slogans, while arriving to the Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the 15M...
Demonstrators shout slogans, while arriving to the Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the 15M movement in central Madrid May 17, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
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May 17, 2014
Demonstrators shout slogans, while arriving to the Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the 15M...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators shout slogans, while arriving to the Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the 15M...
Demonstrators shout slogans, while arriving to the Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the 15M movement in central Madrid May 17, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
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May 17, 2014
A demonstrator carries a a placard reading, " Let us help to the poor and not to the markets", while...
Madrid, Spain
A demonstrator carries a a placard while arriving at the Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the...
A demonstrator carries a a placard reading, " Let us help to the poor and not to the markets", while arriving at the Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the 15M movement in central Madrid May 17, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN)
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May 17, 2014
A woman wearing a 15M sticker walks past a police officer as she arrives at Puerta del Sol on the third...
Madrid, Spain
Woman wearing a 15M sticker walks past a police officer as she arrives at Puerta del Sol on third anniversary...
A woman wearing a 15M sticker walks past a police officer as she arrives at Puerta del Sol on the third anniversary of the 15M movement in central Madrid May 17, 2014. The protest movement, which began with the "Indignados" (the Indignant) demonstrations at Puerta del Sol against the Spanish government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, went on to inspire several "Occupy" movements in urban public spaces around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS ANNIVERSARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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May 17, 2014
Men sit during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark La...
Madrid, Spain
Men sit during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark La...
Men sit during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark La Cebada Square May 17, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
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May 17, 2014
People take part in a performance holding placards during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of...
Madrid, Spain
People take part in a performance holding placards during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of...
People take part in a performance holding placards during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark La Cebada Square May 17, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe. The placard (R) reads, "More than 1000 evictions stopped, mortgages cancelled, rent and re-housings". REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
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May 17, 2014
People take part in a performance holding placards during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of...
Madrid, Spain
People take part in a performance holding placards during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of...
People take part in a performance holding placards during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark La Cebada Square May 17, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe. The sign (C) reads, "The ILP (people's legislative initiative) blocked by the PP (People's Party)". REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
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May 17, 2014
People take part in a performance during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement...
Madrid, Spain
People take part in a performance during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement...
People take part in a performance during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark La Cebada Square May 17, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
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May 15, 2014
A man a woman look through a fence with a graffiti during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of...
Madrid, Spain
A man a woman look through a fence with a graffiti during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of...
A man a woman look through a fence with a graffiti during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at La Cebada Square in Madrid May 15, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY BUSINESS)
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May 15, 2014
A a man rides a bike during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at La Cebada...
Madrid, Spain
A a man rides a bike during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at La Cebada...
A a man rides a bike during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at La Cebada Square in Madrid May 15, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY BUSINESS)
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May 15, 2014
People sit in front of graffiti in central La Cebada Square, during a gathering to mark the third anniversary...
Madrid, Spain
People sit in front of graffiti in central La Cebada Square, during a gathering to mark the third anniversary...
People sit in front of graffiti in central La Cebada Square, during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark La Cebada Square May 15, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY BUSINESS)
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May 15, 2014
A demonstrator, with signs and a Guy Fawkes mask, raises his hands during a gathering to mark the third...
Madrid, Spain
A demonstrator, with signs and a Guy Fawkes mask, raises his hands during a gathering to mark the third...
A demonstrator, with signs and a Guy Fawkes mask, raises his hands during a gathering to mark the third anniversary of the 15M movement at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol Square May 15, 2014. The movement gathered steam as part of the "indignados" (indignant) protests against the government's spending cuts and failure to revive the moribund economy, inspiring "occupy" movements around the globe. The signs read, "They will not shut us up" (top) and "We keep working for a better, more just and supportive society, where people are important. 3 years (which stands for the number of years since the start of the 15M movement)". REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY BUSINESS)
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February 04, 2014
Mariluz, a food bank recipient, smokes as she waits to pick her shopping cart full of donated food on...
Madrid, Spain
Mariluz, a food bank recipient, smokes as she waits to pick her shopping cart full of donated food on...
Mariluz, a food bank recipient, smokes as she waits to pick her shopping cart full of donated food on distribution day at Madrid's Tetuan food bank, October 22, 2013. Last year, families and activists from the 15M indignant movement founded the food bank in Tetuan, a working-class neighbourhood of Madrid. It does not simply hand out donations; instead, the families who become recipients are expected to collaborate with the food bank by helping to collect and distribute food. Every week they stand outside local supermarkets picking up donations. Afterwards, they have to do an inventory of the food and allocate portions to each family, theirs included, which they distribute every two weeks. Currently more than 30 families (over a hundred people) are involved in the project. The development of social movements like the Tetuan food bank have come under the spotlight in Spain, whose economy has been in and out of recession since a property bubble burst six years ago, sending unemployment soaring to record highs. New registered jobless figures are being released in Spain on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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February 04, 2014
Marta, a food bank recipient, yields the way to a shopper as she gives out leaflets with information...
Madrid, Spain
Marta, a food bank recipient, yields the way to a shopper as she gives out leaflets with information...
Marta, a food bank recipient, yields the way to a shopper as she gives out leaflets with information on the food bank while asking people to donate outside a supermarket in Madrid, October 18, 2013. Last year, families and activists from the 15M indignant movement founded the food bank in Tetuan, a working-class neighbourhood of Madrid. It does not simply hand out donations; instead, the families who become recipients are expected to collaborate with the food bank by helping to collect and distribute food. Every week they stand outside local supermarkets picking up donations. Afterwards, they have to do an inventory of the food and allocate portions to each family, theirs included, which they distribute every two weeks. Currently more than 30 families (over a hundred people) are involved in the project. The development of social movements like the Tetuan food bank have come under the spotlight in Spain, whose economy has been in and out of recession since a property bubble burst six years ago, sending unemployment soaring to record highs. New registered jobless figures are being released in Spain on Tuesday, February 4. Picture taken October 18, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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February 04, 2014
An elderly couple stop to talk to a neighbour in Tetuan, Madrid January 28, 2014. The food bank of Tetuan,...
Madrid, Spain
An elderly couple stop to talk to a neighbour in Tetuan
An elderly couple stop to talk to a neighbour in Tetuan, Madrid January 28, 2014. The food bank of Tetuan, a working-class district in Madrid, was born last year to alleviate the hardships of its residents. The bank was put together by members of the 15M indignant movement and families in need who could not rely on the welfare state to stay fed. But unlike food banks from Catholic charities like Caritas or other non-religious ngos, Tetuan's food bank implemented a system based on the principle of social justice instead of charity. All families who become recipients of the bank have to actively work for the food they obtain. Every week they stand outside their neighbourhood's supermarkets informing customers of their needs and picking up their donations. Afterwards, they have to do an inventory of the food and prepare the allotments for the families, theirs included, which they distribute every two weeks. The number of recipients at the bank has been increasing steadily. Nowadays there are more than 30 families (over a hundred people) who benefit from the food they obtain through working at the bank. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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February 04, 2014
Shopping carts with numbers that identify the families that own them, are lined up before getting filled...
Madrid, Spain
Shopping carts with numbers that identify the families that own them, are lined up before getting filled...
Shopping carts with numbers that identify the families that own them, are lined up before getting filled with donated food on distribution day at Madrid's Tetuan food bank December 10, 2013. Families and activists from the 15M indignant movement founded the food bank in 2013 in Tetuan, a working-class neighbourhood of Madrid. It does not simply hand out donations; instead, the families who become recipients are expected to collaborate with the food bank by helping to collect and distribute food. Every week they stand outside local supermarkets picking up donations. Afterwards, they have to do an inventory of the food and allocate portions to each family, theirs included, which they distribute every two weeks. Currently more than 30 families (over a hundred people) are involved in the project. The development of social movements like the Tetuan food bank have come under the spotlight in Spain, whose economy has been in and out of recession since a property bubble burst six years ago, sending unemployment soaring to record highs. New registered jobless figures are being released in Spain on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. Picture taken December 10, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT FOOD)

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February 04, 2014
Majid Mnissar (L), Mostafa Kamal (R) and another food bank recipient carry a shopping cart full of donated...
Madrid, Spain
Food bank recipients carry a cart of donated items to the food bank storage room after a donation pick-up...
Majid Mnissar (L), Mostafa Kamal (R) and another food bank recipient carry a shopping cart full of donated items to the food bank storage room after a donation pick-up in Madrid, October 11, 2013. Families and activists from the 15M indignant movement founded the food bank in 2013 in Tetuan, a working-class neighbourhood of Madrid. It does not simply hand out donations; instead, the families who become recipients are expected to collaborate with the food bank by helping to collect and distribute food. Every week they stand outside local supermarkets picking up donations. Afterwards, they have to do an inventory of the food and allocate portions to each family, theirs included, which they distribute every two weeks. Currently more than 30 families (over a hundred people) are involved in the project. The development of social movements like the Tetuan food bank have come under the spotlight in Spain, whose economy has been in and out of recession since a property bubble burst six years ago, sending unemployment soaring to record highs. New registered jobless figures are being released in Spain on Tuesday, February 4. Picture taken October 11, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD POVERTY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

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February 04, 2014
Julio Maldonado, a food bank recipient (C, bottom), helps Miriam Montoya (C, top), another food bank...
Madrid, Spain
Food bank recipients carry a cart of donated food down a flight of stairs at Madrid's Tetuan food bank...
Julio Maldonado, a food bank recipient (C, bottom), helps Miriam Montoya (C, top), another food bank recipient, carry her cart down a flight of stairs after food distribution day at Madrid's Tetuan food bank, October 8, 2013. Families and activists from the 15M indignant movement founded the food bank in 2013 in Tetuan, a working-class neighbourhood of Madrid. It does not simply hand out donations; instead, the families who become recipients are expected to collaborate with the food bank by helping to collect and distribute food. Every week they stand outside local supermarkets picking up donations. Afterwards, they have to do an inventory of the food and allocate portions to each family, theirs included, which they distribute every two weeks. Currently more than 30 families (over a hundred people) are involved in the project. The development of social movements like the Tetuan food bank have come under the spotlight in Spain, whose economy has been in and out of recession since a property bubble burst six years ago, sending unemployment soaring to record highs. New registered jobless figures are being released in Spain on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD POVERTY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

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February 04, 2014
Food bank recipients wait for their cart numbers to be called out to pick up their donated food on distribution...
Madrid, Spain
Food bank recipients wait for their numbers to be called out to pick up donated food at Madrid's Tetuan...
Food bank recipients wait for their cart numbers to be called out to pick up their donated food on distribution day at Madrid's Tetuan food bank, December 10, 2013. Families and activists from the 15M indignant movement founded the food bank in 2013 in Tetuan, a working-class neighbourhood of Madrid. It does not simply hand out donations; instead, the families who become recipients are expected to collaborate with the food bank by helping to collect and distribute food. Every week they stand outside local supermarkets picking up donations. Afterwards, they have to do an inventory of the food and allocate portions to each family, theirs included, which they distribute every two weeks. Currently more than 30 families (over a hundred people) are involved in the project. The development of social movements like the Tetuan food bank have come under the spotlight in Spain, whose economy has been in and out of recession since a property bubble burst six years ago, sending unemployment soaring to record highs. New registered jobless figures are being released in Spain on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. Picture taken December 10, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD POVERTY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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February 04, 2014
Klever, a recipient of a food bank, gives out donated bread to other recipients as they wait to pick...
Madrid, Spain
Recipients receive bread as they wait to pick up donated food on distribution day at Madrid's Tetuan...
Klever, a recipient of a food bank, gives out donated bread to other recipients as they wait to pick up their carts filled with donated food on distribution day at Madrid's Tetuan food bank, November 19, 2013. Last year, families and activists from the 15M indignant movement founded the food bank in Tetuan, a working-class neighbourhood of Madrid. It does not simply hand out donations; instead, the families who become recipients are expected to collaborate with the food bank by helping to collect and distribute food. Every week they stand outside local supermarkets picking up donations. Afterwards, they have to do an inventory of the food and allocate portions to each family, theirs included, which they distribute every two weeks. Currently more than 30 families (over a hundred people) are involved in the project. The development of social movements like the Tetuan food bank have come under the spotlight in Spain, whose economy has been in and out of recession since a property bubble burst six years ago, sending unemployment soaring to record highs. New registered jobless figures are being released in Spain on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. Picture taken November 19, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD POVERTY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

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February 04, 2014
A food bank recipient waits to get his food allotment on distribution day at Madrid's Tetuan food bank,...
Madrid, Spain
A food bank recipient waits to get his food allotment on distribution day at Madrid's Tetuan food bank...
A food bank recipient waits to get his food allotment on distribution day at Madrid's Tetuan food bank, December 10, 2013. Families and activists from the 15M indignant movement founded the food bank in 2013 in Tetuan, a working-class neighbourhood of Madrid. It does not simply hand out donations; instead, the families who become recipients are expected to collaborate with the food bank by helping to collect and distribute food. Every week they stand outside local supermarkets picking up donations. Afterwards, they have to do an inventory of the food and allocate portions to each family, theirs included, which they distribute every two weeks. Currently more than 30 families (over a hundred people) are involved in the project. The development of social movements like the Tetuan food bank have come under the spotlight in Spain, whose economy has been in and out of recession since a property bubble burst six years ago, sending unemployment soaring to record highs. New registered jobless figures are being released in Spain on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. Picture taken December 10, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD POVERTY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

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February 04, 2014
Carts filled with donated items for recipients of a food bank wait to be picked up on distribution day...
Madrid, Spain
Carts filled with donated items for recipients wait to be picked up at Madrid's Tetuan food bank
Carts filled with donated items for recipients of a food bank wait to be picked up on distribution day as the families take part in an assembly at Madrid's Tetuan food bank, December 10, 2013. Families and activists from the 15M indignant movement founded the food bank in 2013 in Tetuan, a working-class neighbourhood of Madrid. It does not simply hand out donations; instead, the families who become recipients are expected to collaborate with the food bank by helping to collect and distribute food. Every week they stand outside local supermarkets picking up donations. Afterwards, they have to do an inventory of the food and allocate portions to each family, theirs included, which they distribute every two weeks. Currently more than 30 families (over a hundred people) are involved in the project. The development of social movements like the Tetuan food bank have come under the spotlight in Spain, whose economy has been in and out of recession since a property bubble burst six years ago, sending unemployment soaring to record highs. New registered jobless figures are being released in Spain on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. Picture taken December 10, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD POVERTY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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