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  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237675.jpg
    During a gathering of yellow vests in Montparnasse in order to go to the demonstration against the Global Security Law, the forces of law and order intervened to disperse them. Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237676.jpg
    During a gathering of yellow vests in Montparnasse in order to go to the demonstration against the Global Security Law, the forces of law and order intervened to disperse them. Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237677.jpg
    Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237678.jpg
    Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237679.jpg
    A policeman in front of the French National Assembly. Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237680.jpg
    Stickers against police violence. Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237681.jpg
    French newspaper front page against the controversial law. Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237682.jpg
    An activist from Extinction Rebellion. Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237683.jpg
    A young woman holding a sign saying: "Smile you are being recorded". Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237684.jpg
    Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237685.jpg
    Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237686.jpg
    Accouple holding a sign: " I will never cease filming". Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237687.jpg
    Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237688.jpg
    A young man holding a sign saying "Forbidden to record". Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237689.jpg
    Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237690.jpg
    Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237691.jpg
    Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237692.jpg
    Small fire in a bin. Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237693.jpg
    Policeman seek refugees in a building with several journalists recording them. Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237694.jpg
    Policeman seek refugees in a building with several journalists recording them. Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237695.jpg
    Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237696.jpg
    Water canons are being used against demonstrators. Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
  • Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0237697.jpg
    At night, a policeman in front of the French National Assembly. Thousands of people gathered in Paris on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 17, in particular journalists' unions and human rights associations, to protest against the proposed "global security" law, which they said would prevent journalists and citizens from filming law enforcement officials during demonstrations. The rally, organized near the National Assembly, is aimed at article 24 of the bill, which was proposed by La República en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.
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