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Global Security Law Protest - Paris (93)

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A man holds a sign saying "I can t film" during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police (BRAV) and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police (BRAV) and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A sign says "your weapons against our cameras" during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A protester holds a sign saying "who protects me from the police ?" during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A woman is dressed as a security camera during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A man holds a sign saying "long live the seagulls" and "no to drones" next a woman dressed as surveillance camera. during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A woman holds a sign saying "Police kills". during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A protester holds a sign picturing a drone. during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A protester holds a sign saying "for the next BLM (Black Lives Matter)" during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Protesters hold signs saying "state of democratic emergency" and "first policeman of France accuses of rape who is in security ???" during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A protester holds a sign saying "Small leakage problem at the dam on the far right" during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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People gather during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A sign says "ouin ouin the mister filmed me". during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A sign says "our freedoms die in safety" during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Protesters react to tear gas during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A woman holds a sign saying "our images are the real IGPN" during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A protester sits on a fallen motorbike during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police fire tear gas and throws a grenade during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A protester holds a sign saying "no to a police State". during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Protesters flee in the underground during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police inside tear gas during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A woman holds a sign saying "our images are the real IGPN" while reacting to tear gas during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A journalist films in tear gas during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A journalist flee tear gas during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Policemen stand next a bar named Solferino during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police and protesters clash during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Protesters react to tear gas during a protest against the Global Security Law. The French National Assembly is examining a bill proposed by the LREM-Agir parliamentary majority on "overall security", which proposes a range of measures to consolidate the municipal police and the private security sector, but also provisions to further protect law enforcement, victims of a series of assaults. One of the measures intends to "prohibit the malicious use" of the image "or any other element of identification" of police officers and gendarmes in intervention, which would be punishable by one year imprisonment. Paris, France, November 17, 2020. Photo by Florent Bardos/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Protest by the Paris cleanliness agents - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 13th district (13th arrondissement of Paris) - Occupation of the building of the department of green spaces and environment, cleanliness and water, housing and housing, avenue de France in Paris (13e), by workers of the Paris cleanliness services. They demand the revaluation of their working conditions during this sanitary period and protest against the suppression of their RTT.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Olivier Donnars / Le Pictorium - Demonstration against the proposal for a global security law - 17/11/2020 - France / Paris 7th district (7th arrondissement of Paris) - At the call of journalists' unions, the Human Rights League, and associations for the defense of liberties, several hundred people gathered in the vicinity of the National Assembly to protest against the proposed Global Security Law.

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Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium - Demonstration against a law limiting to record police forces - 17/11/2020 - France / Ile-de-France (region) / Paris - 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 Republica en Marche (LRM) and its ally Agir, and which began to be discussed on Tuesday.