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  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239339.jpg
    Police officers carried out checks in the vicinity of the demonstration. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239340.jpg
    Police officers check journalists on the outskirts of the demonstration. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239341.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239342.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239343.jpg
    A CGT demonstrator with her umbrella in front of a row of policemen. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239344.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239345.jpg
    A demonstrator films police officers during a charge. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239346.jpg
    Demonstrators face the police. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239347.jpg
    A demonstrator disguised as Marianne is in front of the police. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239348.jpg
    Demonstrators face the police. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239349.jpg
    A demonstrator injured by a police charge. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239350.jpg
    A policeman asks a photojournalist to step back.Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239351.jpg
    A sign says "Sweet France, dear country of violence" by pastiching a song by Charles Trenet. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239352.jpg
    A young girl carries a sign that reads: "Police & social violence are the same fight". Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239353.jpg
    A police officer prepares to shoot with his LBD. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239354.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239355.jpg
    Police officers attempt an arrest on a charge. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239356.jpg
    Demonstrators record the police. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239357.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239358.jpg
    A grenade after explosion. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239359.jpg
    A sign saying "Don't Shoot". Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239360.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239361.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239362.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239363.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239364.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239365.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239366.jpg
    A demonstrator carries a sign. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239367.jpg
    A demonstrator carries a sign. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239368.jpg
    A demonstrator in front of the water cannon in Place de la République. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239369.jpg
    Police special units. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239370.jpg
    Police charge to remove the last demonstrators from Republic Square. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239371.jpg
    Police charge to remove the last demonstrators from Republic Square. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239372.jpg
    Police charge to remove the last demonstrators from Republic Square. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239373.jpg
    Police charge to remove the last demonstrators from Republic Square. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239374.jpg
    Police charge to remove the last demonstrators from Republic Square. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239375.jpg
    Police charge to remove the last demonstrators from Republic Square. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239376.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239377.jpg
    A French journalist. Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
  • Demonstratoin against controversial security bill in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0239378.jpg
    Thousands of people demonstrated on Saturday, December 12, for the third week in a row in France, without major incidents, to denounce the highly controversial Global Security Law proposal and the government's bill on "separatism". Called by a group of left-wing unions, associations and political movements, this new day of mobilization took place under a very strong police presence, particularly in Paris, where numerous units of CRS and mobile gendarmes closely supervised the thousands of people - 10,000 according to the organizers - who were demonstrating from the Place du Châtelet to the Place de la République.
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