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Women with Cedar Flags, Lebanon, December 2005

Women with Cedar Flags, Lebanon, December 2005

Taken on 2005-12-10

"women with cedar flags" - Lebanon protest

Source: maryatexitzero/Wikipedia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-10-09

Flag Wielding Protesters, Lebanon, December 2005

Flag Wielding Protesters, Lebanon, December 2005

Taken on 2005-12-10

Flag Wielding Protesters

Source: maryatexitzero/Wikipedia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-10-09

Sahrawi Women Protest the Moroccan Wall; Western Sahara, May 2005

Sahrawi Women Protest the Moroccan Wall; Western Sahara, May 2005

Taken on 2005-05-20

Somewhere south of Mahbes, Western Sahara, in the freed zone. Sahrawi women in the II International march against the Moroccan built wall that divides western sahara. The longest wall built on Earth, this wall consists of a long wall with a berm, barbed wire, millions of landmines and electronic systems, surveiled by thousands of moroccan soldiers.

Source: Western Sahara/Flickr

Uploaded by parkinth on 2015-06-02

Orange Revolution Protests; Kiev, Ukraine, November 2004

Orange Revolution Protests; Kiev, Ukraine, November 2004

Taken on 2004-11-22

The image shows protestors gathering in Maidan Nezalezhnosti, or Independence Square in Ukraine's capital Kiev. These demonstrations were part of what is known as the Orange Revolution, beginning in late November 2004 and ending in January 2005. The protests were sparked by the alleged corruption of the 2004 Ukrainian presidential election.

Source: Wikimedia Commons User: Irpen

Uploaded by Alison Cooke on 2016-06-05

Orange Revolution; Kiev, Ukraine, November 2004

Orange Revolution; Kiev, Ukraine, November 2004

Taken on 2004-11-21

The image shows protestors gathered in Kiev's Independence Square. This formed part of what is known as the Orange Revolution: A series a protests sparked in response to the alleged corruption of the 2004 Ukrainian presidential election.

Source: Panoramio User: Toronto_guy

Uploaded by Alison Cooke on 2016-06-05

IDF Soldier Standing Guard; Nablus, Palestine, 8 April 2002

IDF Soldier Standing Guard; Nablus, Palestine, 8 April 2002

Taken on 2002-04-08

An Israeli Defense Force soldier stands guard during an Operation in Nablus, Palestine. .

Source: IDF/Wikipedia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2018-04-03

Chechen Women Pray for the Stalling of Russian Forces, First Chechen War, 1994

Chechen Women Pray for the Stalling of Russian Forces, First Chechen War, 1994

Taken on 1994-12-20

Chechen women plead for Russian troops not to advance towards the capital Grozny, December 1994.

Source: Mikhail Evstafiev

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-09-10

Rally on Shakhidon square, Tajikistan, 1992

Rally on Shakhidon square, Tajikistan, 1992

Taken on 1992-05-03

'The proclamation of independence in Tajikistan was followed by an entho-religious armed conflict for power in the country.'

Source: RIA Novosti archive, image #466496

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-08-19

Rally on Ozodi square, Tajikistan, 1992

Rally on Ozodi square, Tajikistan, 1992

Taken on 1992-05-03

'The proclamation of independence in Tajikistan was followed by an entho-religious armed conflict for power in the country.'

Source: RIA Novosti archive, image #466493

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-08-20

Unrest in Sakhidon, Tajikistan, 1992

Unrest in Sakhidon, Tajikistan, 1992

Taken on 1992-05-03

'The proclamation of independence in Tajikistan was followed by an entho-religious armed conflict for power in the country.'

Source: Ratushenko RIA Novosti archive, image #466497

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-08-20

Police Buffer Between Rival Tajik Protests at Ozodi & Sakhidon, 1992

Police Buffer Between Rival Tajik Protests at Ozodi & Sakhidon, 1992

Taken on 1992-05-03

'The proclamation of independence in Tajikistan was followed by an entho-religious armed conflict for power in the country.' Pro-government protesters claimed Ozodi Square, whilst anti-government religious protesters controlled Sakhidon Square.

Source: Ratushenko/RIA Novosti archive, image #466498

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-08-20

Massive riots in Dushanbe, 1990

Massive riots in Dushanbe, 1990

Taken on 1990-02-15

'Massive riots in Dushanbe on February 10-17, 1990. Participants in the rally demanding the resignation of the first three persons of the republic.'

Source: Ratushenko/RIA Novosti archive, image #699870

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-08-20

Dushanbe Riots of 1990

Dushanbe Riots of 1990

Taken on 1990-02-14

Anti-Armenian and anti-government Dushanbe riots in Tajikistan, 1990 “Dushanbe riots, February 1990”. Dushanbe riots, February 10-17, 1990. Martial law is imposed in the city.

Source: RIA Novosti archive, Federenko image #699865 & Ratushenko #699872

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-06-17

Hector Pieterson Death, Soweto, Jun 1976

Hector Pieterson Death, Soweto, Jun 1976

Taken on 1976-06-16

Antoinette Sithole and Mbuyisa Makhubo carrying and 12-year-old Hector Pieterson moments after he was shot by South African police during a peaceful student demonstration in Soweto, South Africa

Source: Dzambukira, Proud/Wikipedia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2015-01-11

Thai Popular Uprising, Bangkok, Oct 1973

Thai Popular Uprising, Bangkok, Oct 1973

Taken on 1973-10-15

The popular uprising was a watershed event in Thailand's history. The uprising resulted in the end of the ruling military dictatorship of Anti-Communist Thanom Kittikachorn and altered the Thai political system. Notably, it highlighted the growing influence of Thai university students in politics. The uprising was driven by the actions of university students, but the role of other forces should also be mentioned. These include intra-armed forces rivalry, especially between the army and the navy, and a series of wildcat strikes by common labourers and civilian workers in August and September 1973, both of which helped to create an atmosphere conducive to a change in the ruling government. While the uprising did not change the role of the monarch, it did emphasize his position as a final arbiter between opposing forces. On 14 October, King Bhumibol appointed the Thammasat chancellor Sanya Dharmasakti, as Prime Minister (see Thai Popular Uprising 1973 Wiki page for more info)

Source: Bnagkok Post/Wikipedia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2015-04-18

Vietnam War Protest, Washington D.C., April, 1971

Vietnam War Protest, Washington D.C., April, 1971

Taken on 1971-04-24

Vietnam War protest in Washington, D.C., 1971. Note the men wearing military fatigues; many US soldiers returned from Vietnam and entered into the anti-war movement.

Source: Leena Krohn/Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

Vietnam War Protest, Stockholm, Sweden, February, 1968

Vietnam War Protest, Stockholm, Sweden, February, 1968

Taken on 1968-02-01

Vietnam War protests were not specific to the United States and Vietnam, evidenced by this protest in Stockholm.

Source: Arbetarrörelsens arkiv

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

Vietnam War Protest, Lund, Sweden

Vietnam War Protest, Lund, Sweden

Taken on 1968-01-01

Vietnam War protest in Lund, Sweden. Between 1968 and 1970, exact date unknown.

Source: Gunnar "Gunte" Hanse/Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

Vietnam War Protest in the Netherlands, November 1967

Vietnam War Protest in the Netherlands, November 1967

Taken on 1967-11-27

Dutch citizens protesting the Vietnam War, November, 1967.

Source: Dutch National Archives

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

US Marshals Drag Vietnam War Protester, Washington D.C., October, 1967

US Marshals Drag Vietnam War Protester, Washington D.C., October, 1967

Taken on 1967-10-22

US marshals drag a Vietnam War protester, Washington D.C., 1967.

Source: National Archives and Records Administration

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

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