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Spanish riot policemen disassembled a fence outside the Spanish parliament during a protest against Spanish government's new security law in central Madrid, Spain, early July 1, 2015.   Photo:Reuters

Spanish riot policemen disassembled a fence outside the Spanish parliament during a protest against Spanish government's new security law in central Madrid, Spain, early July Photo:Reuters

A woman reacts during a protest against Spanish government's new security law in front of the town hall in Malaga, southern Spain, July 1, 2015. Photo:Reuters

A woman reacts during a protest against Spanish government's new security law in front of the town hall in Malaga, southern Spain, July Photo:Reuters

Demonstrators hold signs as they protest in front of Cibeles fountain against the public security law "ley mordaza", or "gag law" in Madrid on June 30, 2015. Photo:AFP

Demonstrators hold signs as they protest in front of Cibeles fountain against the public security law "ley mordaza", or "gag law" in Madrid on June Photo:AFP

“We are planning to start the disobedience from minute number one, because we think this law is unjust. We must disobey and that is exactly what we will do, while always keeping with our sign: the nonviolent action,” Carlos Beneitez, spokesperson of NGO “We Are Not a Crime” told teleSUR Tuesday. Photo:AFP

Spain Takes to the Streets Against Security "Gag" Law

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A Palestinian boy reads a copy of the Koran, Islam's holy book, at a mosque during the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Gaza City© 2015 AFP

it's  the FOOLS  LOSS in the chance of a lifetime ,  to build a friend &   ally for life  with the Whitehouse  & President Obama ....Calling the event a "sham," the Chicago activist is skipping a meeting with the president.

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Les sept secteurs qui recrutent les jeunes diplômés

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A woman with her mouth taped attends a protest against Spanish government's new security law in central Madrid, Spain, June The poster reads: "They will not silent us".

You can not! We are not a crime !Do not ! The protesters chanted as they walked down the center of Madrid in the direction of the famous Puerta del Sol in the capital, amid a festive atmosphere accompanied by drums. Photo:AFP

The protesters chanted as they walked down the center of Madrid in the direction of the famous Puerta del Sol in the capital, amid a festive atmosphere accompanied by drums.

La crise financière aurait accéléré le développement de l'obésité.

La crise fait grossir

La crise financière aurait accéléré le développement de l'obésité.

Les futures « zones touristiques internationales » déplaisent aux syndicats

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Urgenda supporter after court ruling, on 14 June 2015, The Hague

Dutch government ordered to cut carbon emissions in landmark ruling

Dutch court orders state to reduce emissions by within five years to protect its citizens from climate change in world’s first climate liability suit

Les agricultrices, ces oubliées | France info

Les agricultrices, ces oubliées | France info

La voie professionnelle représente 30 % des bacheliers, mais certaines filières posent des problèmes d’insertion.

Le bac pro toujours miné par une mauvaise image

La voie professionnelle représente 30 % des bacheliers, mais certaines filières posent des problèmes d’insertion.

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