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samedi 10 décembre 2011


           Manifestations des FEMMES à travers le monde, en images, du 9 décembre 2011.

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[Image] A supporter of Ivory Coast Prime Minister and leader of news forces the former rebel groupe looks on during a legislative election meeting in Ferkessedougou, north of Ivory Coast, on December 9, 2011. The December 11 polls are boycotted by former Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo's Ivorian Popular Front party (FPI) and its allies in protest against his arrest and transfer to the International Criminal Court in The Hague. Nearly 1,000 candidates are in the fray for the 255 parliamentary seats. Getty
[Image] People protest in the halls of the venue of UN Climate Talks on December 9, 2011, to demand that nations not sign a “death sentence” during the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Durban. Standing side-by-side with delegates from some of the world’s most vulnerable countries, civil society representatives sang traditional South African freedom songs and chanted slogans like, “Listen to the People, Not the Polluters. In the last 48 hours, over 700,000 people have signed petitions calling on major emitters to stand with the nations of Africa and resist any attempts to delay climate action until 2020. UN climate talks entered their second week entangled in a thick mesh of issues with no guarantee that negotiators and their ministers will be able to sort them out. The 194-nation process is facing, for the second time in two years, the prospect of a bustup, even as scientists warn against the mounting threat of disaster-provoking storms, droughts, flood and rising seas made worse by global warming. Getty
[Image] Journalists demonstrate during a protest against the murders of their counterparts outside the Presidential house in Tegucigalpa December 9, 2011. 17 journalists have been shot dead in Honduras since 2010, making the small Central American nation one of the world's most dangerous places for reporters, according human rights groups. Reuters
[Image] Bahraini women watch as hundreds of anti-government protesters (unseen) run Friday, Dec. 9, 2011, through the Musalla area of Manama, Bahrain, toward an area that had been the hub of Bahrain's spring uprising and is now a heavily militarized zone that protesters seek to reclaim. The protesters were forced back by riot police just short of the area. Writing on the wall reads "freedom" above pictures of political prisoners. (Hasan Jamali)
[Image] Russian opposition leader Sergei Udaltsov's wife Anastasia, left, speaks to the media as environmental activist and leader of the Khimki forest defenders Yevgenia Chirikova looks at her during a news conference in Moscow, Russia, Friday Dec. 9, 2011. Energized activists and anxious authorities are bracing for anti-government protests planned across Russia's sprawling expanse Saturday that promise to be the largest demonstration of public outrage since the dying days of the Soviet Union.
[Image] Occupy Boston Protestors reacted to the announcement that their downtown encampment would not be evicted on December 9, 2011, in Boston, Massachusetts. Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino set a midnight deadline for Occupy Boston protestors to leave their downtown encampment in Dudley Square, or face eviction. In response, many of the protestors chose to take down their tents, and by the midnight deadline much of the camp was gone. At approximately 1:15AM on December 9, 2011, the Boston police announced that they would not evict the protestors from Dudley Square. Protestors took to the street in celebration, and further protest. Getty
[Image] Worker Pat Revell pickets outside Unilever's Port Sunlight factory on the Wirral, Merseyside on December 9, 2011 in Port Sunlight, England. The workers are on strike in protest against the company's plan to axe their final salary pension scheme. The strike is the first in the history of the consumer goods manufacturer who lists PG Tips tea and Persil washing detergent amongst its products. Getty
[Image] Supporters of the Serbian Radical Party stand in front of policemen while holding posters with a picture of party leader Vojislav Seselj during a protest against Serbia's efforts to become an official candidate for the European Union membership in front of Serbia's Presidency building in Belgrade December 9, 2011. The posters read, "We don't want in the European Union" (L), and "Tadic don't humiliate Serbs". Reuters
[Image] People sit as others lay on the ground as they watch a movie in the main entrance of Germans Trias i Pujol hospital during a protest against spending cuts in Catalonia's public healthcare system, in Badalona, near Barcelona city, Spain, Friday Dec. 9, 2011. The leaders of the 17 countries that use the euro, plus six others, have tentatively agreed to a new treaty that enforces stricter budget rules seen as crucial to solving Europe's debt crisis and holding the currency-bloc together. An agreement on fiscal discipline is considered a critical first step before the European Central Bank, the International Monetary Fund and others would commit more financial aid to help countries like Italy and Spain, which have large debts and unsustainable borrowing costs. AP
[Image] Members of the Red Shirt movement joke with a Thai police officer as they gather to protest against former Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva outside Metropolitan Police headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand Friday, Dec. 9, 2011. Abhisit was called in to give information to a police investigation team on the government's crackdown on red-shirt demonstrators last year during which 91 people were killed. (Apichart Weerawong)
[Image] Thousands of people gather outside the main courthouse during the first trial of 22 leftist students who were jailed after they staged a demonstration to protest a police crackdown on anti-government demonstrators in the northern town of Hopa, Black Sea, ahead of general elections in June, in Ankara, Turkey, Friday, Dec. 9, 2011. (Burhan Ozbilici)
[Image] Activists of the Ukrainian women's movement FEMEN stage a performance in front of the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow, on December 9, 2011, to protest against alleging mass fraud in the Russian December 4 parliamentary polls and demanding Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin that he stop his political activities. Putin, who became premier in 2008 after serving two Kremlin terms, filed this week his application to stand in the March elections. Getty
[Image] Activists of Ukraine's protest group Femen, protest outside the Christ the Saviour cathedral in Moscow, Russia, Friday, Dec. 9, 2011. The post-election protests in Moscow drew thousands and continued for several days in the biggest ever challenge to Putin, reflecting a growing public frustration with his rule that may complicate his bid to reclaim the presidency in next March's vote. (Ivan Sekretarev)

[Image] Medical workers rally at the Latvian Saeima (Parliament) building to protest budget cuts in health care on December 8, 2011 in Riga. The protesters are holding black balloons and various placards, urging the government to care for medical workers and warning that many health care workers may leave Latvia. Placards read: 'Left country. Everyone has rights to receive health care'. Getty
[Image] Demonstrators protest about high inflation and low interest rates outside the Bank of England in the City of London December 8, 2011. The Bank of England voted on Thursday to stick to its four-month programme to pump an extra 75 billion pounds of quantitative easing into the rapidly slowing economy. Reuters
[Image] Pakistani protesters carry national flags as they march during a demonstration in Islamabad on December 8, 2011 against the cross-border NATO air strike on Pakistani troops. Several hundred journalists, labour leaders and traders on December 8, took to streets to condemn a recent air strike by NATO on Pakistani military checkposts that killed 24 soldiers. Pakistan shut the only supply route in Khyber tribal region for international troops in Afghanistan, boycotted the Bonn conference and announced to revisit policy towards the US in protest against the attack. Getty
[Image] Fundamentalist Christians protest on December 8, 2011 in Paris, near the Rond-Point theatre where Argentina-born author Rodrigo Garcia's play 'Golgota Picnic' is performed which they judge 'blasphemous'. Getty
[Image] People pose with a protester wearing a mock mask depicting Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin during a rally in downtown St.Petersburg, Russia, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011. More than five hundred people protested in St.Petersburg against Putin and his party, which won the largest share of a parliamentary election that observers said was rigged. (Dmitry Lovetsky)
[Image] Occupy Boston protester Heather McCann, of Watertown, Mass., center, loads a crate of books into a truck at the Dewey Square encampment while dismantling the camps library, in Boston, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011. Boston Mayor Thomas Menino said Thursday that Occupy Boston protesters must leave their encampment in the city's financial district by midnight Thursday or face eviction by police. (Steven Senne)
[Image] A veiled Kashmiri government employee participates in a protest against the government in Srinagar, India, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011. Dozens of government employees demanded release of arrears and regularization of jobs for daily wage workers. (Dar Yasin)
[Image]Protesters march to join fellow protesters who camped out outside a Catholic church near the Presidential Palace in Manila, Philippines Thursday Dec. 8, 2011 to await news of the scheduled execution of a Filipino man convicted in China for drug trafficking. Philippine officials said, the Filipino man, who was convicted on drug trafficking, was executed in China on Thursday despite an appeal for clemency from President Benigno Aquino III on humanitarian grounds. (Bullit Marquez)
[Image] Kashmiri government employees participate in a protest against the government in Srinagar, India, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011. Dozens of government employees demanded release of arrears and regularization of jobs for daily wage workers. (Dar Yasin)
[Image] A small group of demonstrators screams slogans demanding UN protection for Iranian dissidents in Camp Ashraf, Iraq, as they protest outside the Dutch Foreign Ministry during U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's visit in The Hague, Netherlands, Thursday Dec. 8, 2011. (Peter Dejong)
[Image] Police officers detain an opposition activist during a rally in downtown St.Petersburg, Russia, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011. More than five hundreds people have protested in St.Petersburg against Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his party, which won the largest share of a parliamentary election that observers said was rigged. (Dmitry Lovetsky)
[Image] French far-right leader Marine Le Pen arrives at their demonstration in Paris Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011. The demonstration was to oppose a bill on which the Senate were voting Thursday afternoon, a private members bill calling for the right for foreigners to be able to vote in French municipal elections. (Jacques Brinon)
[Image] People living near nuclear plant sites shout slogans during an anti-nuclear protest in New Delhi, India, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011. The protesters demanded scrapping of projects that endanger people's safety and threaten livelihoods, according to a press release. Placard reads "Stop displacement of people in the name of development." (Manish Swarup)
[Image] An Israeli musician covers her face in protest, as she performs during a rally against gender segregation, in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011. Hundreds of women and women's rights activists gathered in central Jerusalem Wednesday night for a rally organized by the New Israel Fund, themed "women will be seen and heard", to protest discrimination against women in Israel. (Sebastian Scheiner)
[Image]Nepalese Buddhist monks and nuns take out a protest in Katmandu, Nepal, Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011. Hundreds of Buddhists demonstrated in Nepal's capital to protest the appointment of Maoist party chief Pushpa Kamal Dahal to head a project to develop the area where Buddha was believed born in southern Nepal. The protestors demanded that there should not be any political involvement in the project to develop Lumbini, located 150 miles (240 kilometers) southwest of Katmandu. AP
[Image] A Libyan girl holds a placard that reads in Arabic 'Thank you our brave rebels, but now let us live in peace' during a protest in Tripoli's landmark Martyrs Square on December 7, 2011 against former rebels who toppled Moamer Kadhafi but are still camping out in the capital and still have their weapons. Getty
[Image] Members of the Canadian Youth Delegation stage a protest as Canada's Minister of Environment Peter Kent addresses the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP17) in Durban in this handout picture released by the Canada Youth Delegation, December 7, 2011. Reuters
[Image] Two protesters look at each other as they await processing after being arrested by Washington DC Metropolitan Police during an Occupy DC protest in Washington, December 7, 2011. Police arrested economic protesters in Washington on Wednesday as they blocked streets and disrupted traffic in an area famous as a center for the offices of lobbyists. Reuters
[Image] An Occupy DC demonstrator sits on a chair as demonstrators blocked an intersection on K St., in Washington, Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011. (Evan Vucci)
[Image] Occupy Wall Street activists carry house warming gifts to a house warming party during a tour of foreclosed homes in the East New York neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough of New York, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2011. Finding it increasingly difficult to camp in public spaces, Occupy protesters across the country are reclaiming foreclosed homes and boarded-up properties, signaling a tactical shift for the movement against wealth inequality.
[Image] A Colombian woman living in Panama holds a Colombian national flag during a protest march against the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), in Panama City December 6, 2011. Outraged by the killing of four captives by FARC rebels, Colombians protested on Tuesday to demand an end to half a century of guerrilla violence and kidnapping. The words on the flag read: "Release them". Reuters
[Image] Colombian demonstrators take part in a protest march against Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia FARC rebels in Cali December 6, 2011. Outraged by the execution of four captives by FARC rebels, tens of thousands of Colombians protested across the nation on Tuesday to demand an end to half a century of guerrilla violence and kidnapping. Reuters
[Image] In this Nov. 2, 2011 file photo, occupy Oakland protesters march through the Port of Oakland in Oakland, Calif. Protesters want to shut down ports up and down the U.S. West Coast on Monday, Dec.12,2011, to gum up the engines of global commerce. But organizers who are partly billing this effort as a show of solidarity with longshoremen have not won the support of the powerful union representing thousands of dock workers. (Noah Berger)
[Image] An activist of a local women's rights watchdog FEMEN, with writing "I am independent" and Ukraine's' national flag on her belly, seen during celebrities on the occasion of Ukraine's 19th Independence in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010. (Efrem Lukatsky)