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GERMANY-ROBBERY/ARRESTS
RTX8A1V6
November 17, 2020
A German police officer secures the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels...
Berlin, Germany
German police secure the area during raids in Berlin
A German police officer secures the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels from the historic Green Vault museum (Gruenes Gewoelbe) in the city of Dresden last year, in Germany, November 17, 2020. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ROBBERY/ARRESTS
RTX8A1S8
November 17, 2020
German police officers secure the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels...
Berlin, Germany
German police secure the area during raids in Berlin
German police officers secure the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels from the historic Green Vault museum (Gruenes Gewoelbe) in the city of Dresden last year, in Germany, November 17, 2020. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ROBBERY/ARRESTS
RTX8A1S1
November 17, 2020
German police officers secure the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels...
Berlin, Germany
German police secure the area during raids in Berlin
German police officers secure the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels from the historic Green Vault museum (Gruenes Gewoelbe) in the city of Dresden last year, in Germany, November 17, 2020. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ROBBERY/ARRESTS
RTX8A1S0
November 17, 2020
German police officers secure the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels...
Berlin, Germany
German police secure the area during raids in Berlin
German police officers secure the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels from the historic Green Vault museum (Gruenes Gewoelbe) in the city of Dresden last year, in Germany, November 17, 2020. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ROBBERY/ARRESTS
RTX8A1RT
November 17, 2020
German police officers secure the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels...
Berlin, Germany
German police secure the area during raids in Berlin
German police officers secure the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels from the historic Green Vault museum (Gruenes Gewoelbe) in the city of Dresden last year, in Germany, November 17, 2020. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ROBBERY/ARRESTS
RTX8A1QY
November 17, 2020
Police forensic officers work at the scene during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels...
Berlin, Germany
Police forensic officers work at the scene during raids in Berlin
Police forensic officers work at the scene during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels from the historic Green Vault museum (Gruenes Gewoelbe) in the city of Dresden last year, in Germany, November 17, 2020. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ROBBERY/ARRESTS
RTX8A1QR
November 17, 2020
Police forensic officers work at the scene during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels...
Berlin, Germany
Police forensic officers work at the scene during raids in Berlin
Police forensic officers work at the scene during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels from the historic Green Vault museum (Gruenes Gewoelbe) in the city of Dresden last year, in Germany, November 17, 2020. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ROBBERY/ARRESTS
RTX8A1QQ
November 17, 2020
Police forensic officers work at the scene during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels...
Berlin, Germany
Police forensic officers work at the scene during raids in Berlin
Police forensic officers work at the scene during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels from the historic Green Vault museum (Gruenes Gewoelbe) in the city of Dresden last year, in Germany, November 17, 2020. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ROBBERY/
RTX8A1OB
November 17, 2020
A German police officer secures the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels...
Berlin, Germany
German police secure the area during raids in Berlin
A German police officer secures the area during raids in Berlin, after thieves grabbed priceless jewels from the historic Green Vault museum (Gruenes Gewoelbe) in the city of Dresden last year, in Germany, November 17, 2020. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85RBD
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85RB7
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, looks on as he canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85RB8
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R9Q
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, works in the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) office after canvassing neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R9P
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, talks with communications fellow Brandon Waltheur in the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) office after canvassing neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R9O
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R9N
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, works in the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) office after canvassing neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R9M
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, spends time with his girlfriend Maria Negron-Perez and son Caleb after canvassing for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R9L
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, looks on as he canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R9K
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, who was convicted of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, who was convicted of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R9J
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R8X
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, talks with Nia Washington at her home while canvassing for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R8Z
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R8W
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, spends time with his son Caleb Negron-Perez after canvassing for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R8H
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R8G
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R8F
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, who was convicted of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, who was convicted of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R8E
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, talks with Nia Washington at her home while canvassing for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R87
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R88
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, a convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, talks with Nia Washington at her home while canvassing for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
USA-ELECTION/FELONS
RTX85R89
October 28, 2020
Calvin Williams, 28, who was convicted of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Convicted felon of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election canvasses for the Florida...
Calvin Williams, 28, who was convicted of armed robbery who is not eligible to vote in this election, canvasses for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRCC) in neighborhoods to urge people to vote if they haven’t already, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/ACTIVISTS
RTX85BV0
October 27, 2020
Words 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, are written near the Lekki...
Lagos, Nigeria
Words 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, are written near the Lekki...
Words 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, are written near the Lekki toll gate, in Lagos, Nigeria October 24, 2020. Picture taken October 24, 2020. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/
RTX84MWG
October 24, 2020
'End Sars' drawing , referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, is pictured at the Lekki...
Lagos, Nigeria
'End Sars' drawing, referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, is pictured at the Lekki...
'End Sars' drawing , referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, is pictured at the Lekki toll gate, as Nigeria's Lagos state eases a round-the-clock curfew imposed in response to protests against alleged police brutality, after days of unrest, in Lagos, Nigeria October 24, 2020. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/POLICE
RTX83NRA
October 20, 2020
A demonstrator paints 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, on a street...
Lagos, Nigeria
A demonstrator paints 'End Sars' during a protest demanding police reform in Lagos
A demonstrator paints 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, on a street during a protest demanding police reform in Lagos, Nigeria October 20, 2020. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/POLICE
RTX83NR9
October 20, 2020
A demonstrator paints 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, on a street...
Lagos, Nigeria
A demonstrator paints 'End Sars' during a protest demanding police reform in Lagos
A demonstrator paints 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, on a street during a protest demanding police reform in Lagos, Nigeria October 20, 2020. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/POLICE
RTX83NR7
October 20, 2020
A demonstrator paints 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, on a street...
Lagos, Nigeria
A demonstrator paints 'End Sars' during a protest demanding police reform in Lagos
A demonstrator paints 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, on a street during a protest demanding police reform in Lagos, Nigeria October 20, 2020. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
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NIGERIA-PROTESTS/POLICE-ACTIVISTS
RTX83FQM
October 19, 2020
A cake moulded as a man with an inscription "End Sars", referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS),...
Lagos, Nigeria
A cake moulded as a man with an inscription "End Sars", referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS),...
A cake moulded as a man with an inscription "End Sars", referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), is pictured during a protest over police brutality in Lagos, Nigeria October 17, 2020. Picture taken October 17, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/POLICE
RTX8389H
October 18, 2020
"End Sars" referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, reads on a demonstrator's cloth during...
Lagos, Nigeria
"End Sars" reads on a demonstrator's cloth during a protest over alleged police brutality in Lagos
"End Sars" referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, reads on a demonstrator's cloth during a protest over alleged police brutality in Lagos, Nigeria October 17, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/POLICE
RTX830UR
October 17, 2020
'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, reads on a demonstrator's face during...
Lagos, Nigeria
'End Sars' reads on a demonstrator's face during a protest over alleged police brutality in Lagos
'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, reads on a demonstrator's face during a protest over alleged police brutality in Lagos, Nigeria October 17, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/POLICE
RTX830U2
October 17, 2020
"End Swat", referring to the new unit replacing the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, reads on...
Lagos, Nigeria
"End Swat", referring to the new unit replacing the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, reads on...
"End Swat", referring to the new unit replacing the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, reads on a demonstrator's protective mask during a protest over alleged police brutality in Lagos, Nigeria October 17, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
AFRICA-WOMEN/POLICE-ABUSES
RTX82HPN
October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with Agnes Waheti and Sarah Wangari...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality with Agnes Waheti and Sarah Wangari both victims of...
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with Agnes Waheti and Sarah Wangari who both say they are victims of police injustices in Korogocho slums in Nairobi, Kenya, September 25, 2020. Beth Njoki, 44-year-old, says she was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington, DC-based rights charity International Justice Mission (IJM) eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free Njoki, the mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi
AFRICA-WOMEN/POLICE-ABUSES
RTX82HPH
October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality gestures as she stands outside her house in Korogocho...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality gestures as she stands outside her house in Korogocho...
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality gestures as she stands outside her house in Korogocho slums, Nairobi, Kenya, September 25, 2020. Beth Njoki, 44-year-old, says she was was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington, DC-based rights charity International Justice Mission (IJM) eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free Njoki, the mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi
AFRICA-WOMEN/POLICE-ABUSES
RTX82HPG
October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality talks and jokes with a neighbour outside her house...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality talks with a neighbor outside her house in Korogocho...
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality talks and jokes with a neighbour outside her house in Korogocho slums, Nairobi, Kenya, September 25, 2020. Beth Njoki, 44-year-old, says she was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington, DC-based rights charity International Justice Mission (IJM) eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free Njoki, the mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi
AFRICA-WOMEN/POLICE-ABUSES
RTX82HPF
October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with Agnes Waheti, Margaret Muthoni,...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with women in Korogocho slums...
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with Agnes Waheti, Margaret Muthoni, Lilian Owino Tabitha Njoki and her grandson Denis Kimani, women she has helped cope with what they say have been police injustices, in Korogocho slums in Nairobi, Kenya, October 8, 2020. Beth Njoki, 44, says she was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington-based rights charity, International Justice Mission, eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free, Njoki, a mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with the police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of the police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken October 8, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi
AFRICA-WOMEN/POLICE-ABUSES
RTX82HPE
October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with Sarah Wangari at her house...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with Sarah Wangari in Korogocho...
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with Sarah Wangari at her house in Korogocho slums in Nairobi, Kenya, September 25, 2020. Sarah says her son was shot dead by a police officer in February 2021. Beth Njoki, 44-year-old, says she was was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington, DC-based rights charity International Justice Mission (IJM) eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free Njoki, the mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi
AFRICA-WOMEN/POLICE-ABUSES
RTX82HO8
October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with Agnes Waheti, Margaret Muthoni,...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with women in Korogocho slums...
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality poses for a picture with Agnes Waheti, Margaret Muthoni, Lilian Owino Tabitha Njoki and her grandson Denis Kimani, women she has helped cope with what they say have been police injustices, in Korogocho slums in Nairobi, Kenya, October 8, 2020. Beth Njoki, 44, says she was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington-based rights charity, International Justice Mission, eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free, Njoki, a mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with the police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of the police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken October 8, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi
AFRICA-WOMEN/POLICE-ABUSES
RTX82HNZ
October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality talks to young men who say they are victims of police...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality talks to young men in Korogocho slums in Nairobi
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality talks to young men who say they are victims of police injustices in Korogocho slums in Nairobi, Kenya, September 25, 2020. Beth Njoki, 44, says she was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington-based rights charity, International Justice Mission, eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free, Njoki, a mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with the police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of the police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi
AFRICA-WOMEN/POLICE-ABUSES
RTX82HO0
October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality, poses for a picture with Agnes Waheti, Margaret Muthoni,...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality, poses for a picture with women in Korogocho slums...
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality, poses for a picture with Agnes Waheti, Margaret Muthoni, Lilian Owino and Tabitha Njoki, women she has helped cope with what they describe as police injustice, and her grandson Denis Kimani, in the Korogocho slums in Nairobi, Kenya, October 8, 2020. Beth Njoki, 44, says she was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington-based rights charity, International Justice Mission, eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free, Njoki, a mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with the police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of the police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken October 8, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AFRICA-WOMEN/POLICE-ABUSES
RTX82HN9
October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality walks through the streets of Korogocho slums in Nairobi,...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality walks in Korogocho slums in Nairobi
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality walks through the streets of Korogocho slums in Nairobi, Kenya, September 25, 2020. Beth Njoki, 44-year-old, says she was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington, DC-based rights charity International Justice Mission (IJM) eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free Njoki, the mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi
AFRICA-WOMEN/POLICE-ABUSES
RTX82HN8
October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality chats with Agnes Waheti who says she has been a victim...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality in Korogocho slums in Nairobi
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality chats with Agnes Waheti who says she has been a victim of police brutality in the Korogocho slums of Nairobi, Kenya September 9, 2020. Beth Njoki, 44-year-old, says she was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington, DC-based rights charity International Justice Mission (IJM) eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free Njoki, the mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken September 9, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi
AFRICA-WOMEN/POLICE-ABUSES
RTX82HN7
October 15, 2020
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality gestures as she talks to women outside her house in...
Nairobi, Kenya
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality gestures as she talks to women outside her house in...
Beth Njoki, who campaigns against police brutality gestures as she talks to women outside her house in Korogocho slums, Nairobi, Kenya, September 25, 2020. Beth Njoki, 44-year-old, says she was falsely accused of committing a violent robbery, assaulted and thrown in jail for five days. A Washington, DC-based rights charity International Justice Mission (IJM) eventually took on the case and got her acquitted. Once free Njoki, the mother of three, decided to turn her experience into positive energy that would seek to transform her community's experience with police and also press community members to try to overcome their fear of police because she says it fosters tension between the police and the community. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Monicah Mwangi
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/POLICE
RTX82HC0
October 15, 2020
"End Sars", referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, reads on a demonstrator's t-shirt...
Lagos, Nigeria
Demonstrators protest over alleged police brutality in Lagos
"End Sars", referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, reads on a demonstrator's t-shirt sitting on a vehicle during a protest over alleged police brutality in Lagos, Nigeria October 15, 2020. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/
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October 11, 2020
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harrassment from Nigeria's Special...
Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harrassment from Nigeria's Special...
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harrassment from Nigeria's Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Lagos, Nigeria October 11, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/
RTX81H2V
October 11, 2020
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harrassment from Nigeria's Special...
Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harrassment from Nigeria's Special...
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harrassment from Nigeria's Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Lagos, Nigeria October 11, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/
RTX81H2U
October 11, 2020
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harrassment from Nigeria's Special...
Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harrassment from Nigeria's Special...
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harrassment from Nigeria's Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Lagos, Nigeria October 11, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/
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October 11, 2020
Police officers are seen as Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and...
Lagos, Nigeria
Police officers are seen as Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and...
Police officers are seen as Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harassment from Nigeria's Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Lagos, Nigeria October 11, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/
RTX81GRX
October 11, 2020
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harassment from Nigeria's Special...
Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harassment from Nigeria's Special...
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harassment from Nigeria's Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Lagos, Nigeria October 11, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/
RTX81GRW
October 11, 2020
A man gestures as Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harassment...
Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harassment from Nigeria's Special...
A man gestures as Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harassment from Nigeria's Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Lagos, Nigeria October 11, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/
RTX81GPW
October 11, 2020
A woman reacts as Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harassment...
Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harassment from Nigeria's Special...
A woman reacts as Nigerians take part in a protest against alleged violence, extortion and harassment from Nigeria's Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Lagos Nigeria October 11, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
NIGERIA-PROTESTS/
RTX81GKZ
October 11, 2020
Police attempt to disperse people protesting against alleged brutality by members of Nigeria's Special...
Abuja, Nigeria
Police attempt to disperse people protesting against alleged brutality by SARS members in Abuja
Police attempt to disperse people protesting against alleged brutality by members of Nigeria's Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Abuja, Nigeria October 11, 2020. REUTERS/Abraham Achirga
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