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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 1, 2015. Photo:Reuters

Demonstrators with their mouths taped sit outside the Spanish parliament during a protest against Spanish government's new security law in central Madrid, Spain, early July 1, 2015. Photo:Reuters

Demonstrators with their mouths taped sit outside the Spanish parliament during a protest against Spanish government's new security law in central Madrid, Spain, early 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 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 1, 2015. Photo:Reuters

Greenpeace activists display a banner reading "Protest is a right" as they hung from a crane to protest against the Public Security Law above the Parliament in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, June 30, 2015.  Photo:Reuters

Greenpeace activists display a banner reading "Protest is a right" as they hung from a crane to protest against the Public Security Law above the Parliament in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, June 30, 2015. Photo:Reuters

A woman with her mouth taped attends a protest against Spanish government's new security law in central Madrid, Spain, June 30, 2015. The poster reads: "They will not silent us". Photo:Reuters

A woman with her mouth taped attends a protest against Spanish government's new security law in central Madrid, Spain, June 30, 2015. The poster reads: "They will not silent us". Photo:Reuters

He slept on the fire escape because it was safe. No one could see him. No one could touch him... No one could hurt him...

He slept on the fire escape because it was safe. No one could see him. No one could touch him... No one could hurt him...

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 30, 2015. Photo:AFP

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