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Francois and Danielle Mitterrand
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Danielle und Francoise Mitterand, Frankreich. Francois Mitterrand, General elections, meal with his wife Danielle at "Le Vieux Morvan" restaurant. Chateau-Chinon, France, March 1967, © 2011. . Fondation Gilles CARON / ContactPressImages / Agentur Focus.Verwendung nur nach Rücksprache .RESTRICTIONS check with CONTACT for details
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27.01.2031
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Flight and expulsion in the 21th century photo exhibition Aghet.
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CCDB Shyamnagar, Satkhira, Bangladesh, Bread for the World, Climate Change, refugees in a camp in the vicinity of Shyamnagar in South - Bangladesh. The poorest of the poor live in primitive huts. © 2016 Frank Schultze / Zeitenspiegel / Agentur Focus
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15.11.2021
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Local women are preparing food for the supporters of the protest at Shaheen Bagh. At a protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Food is distributed to protesters. At a protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Food is distributed to protesters. At a protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protesters reading at a make-shift library. At a protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protesters reading at a make-shift library. At a protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protesters reading at a make-shift library. At a protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protesters reading at a make-shift library. At a protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protesters reading at a make-shift library. At a protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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02.03.2020
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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India. Delhi. Shaheen Bagh. Protest camp against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The peacefull sit-in was started by Muslim women of the neighborhood and lasted for 101 days. It started on 14th December 2019 in response to recent changes in India's citizenship policies, implemented by the ruling Hindu Nationalist Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). The protest at Shaheen Bagh became famous in whole of India and drew in many supporters in the struggle against inequality and discrimination against religious minorities in India. There were several attempts to stop the protest, most notable the attack by a right wing Hindu fundamentalist who entered the protest site and shot with a gun, but did not hurt anyone. Finally the Protest came to an end, not due to government pressure, but the rapid spread of COVID-19 virus in India. After a lock-down was declared in Delhi, the protest site was finally cleared on 24th March 2020. 02.03.2020 © 2020 Florian Lang / Agentur Focus
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