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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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Bernie Madoff, who ran the world's most extensive and expensive (most massive losses to investor in world history) Ponzi scheme, seen in his office and off the trading floor, where the crimes occurred, February 1992 © Robin Bowman/Contact Press Images
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14.04.2021
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Bernie Madoff, who ran the world's most extensive and expensive (most massive losses to investor in world history) Ponzi scheme, seen in his office and off the trading floor, where the crimes occurred, February 1992 © Robin Bowman/Contact Press Images
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14.04.2021
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Bernie Madoff, who ran the world's most extensive and expensive (most massive losses to investor in world history) Ponzi scheme, seen in his office and off the trading floor, where the crimes occurred, February 1992 © Robin Bowman/Contact Press Images
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14.04.2021
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Bernie Madoff, who ran the world's most extensive and expensive (most massive losses to investor in world history) Ponzi scheme, seen in his office and off the trading floor, where the crimes occurred, February 1992 © Robin Bowman/Contact Press Images
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14.04.2021
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Bernie Madoff, who ran the world's most extensive and expensive (most massive losses to investor in world history) Ponzi scheme, seen in his office and off the trading floor, where the crimes occurred, February 1992 © Robin Bowman/Contact Press Images
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14.04.2021
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Bernie Madoff, who ran the world's most extensive and expensive (most massive losses to investor in world history) Ponzi scheme, seen in his office and off the trading floor, where the crimes occurred, February 1992 © Robin Bowman/Contact Press Images
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14.04.2021
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Bernie Madoff, who ran the world's most extensive and expensive (most massive losses to investor in world history) Ponzi scheme, seen in his office and off the trading floor, where the crimes occurred, February 1992 © Robin Bowman/Contact Press Images
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14.04.2021
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Bernie Madoff, who ran the world's most extensive and expensive (most massive losses to investor in world history) Ponzi scheme, seen in his office and off the trading floor, where the crimes occurred, February 1992 © Robin Bowman/Contact Press Images
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14.04.2021
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Bernie Madoff, who ran the world's most extensive and expensive (most massive losses to investor in world history) Ponzi scheme, seen in his office and off the trading floor, where the crimes occurred, February 1992 © Robin Bowman/Contact Press Images
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14.04.2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin | Frankfurt am Main | 04/06/2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin, writer (Elijas Lied), Frankfurt am Main, April 6th, 2021 photo © Peter Jülich / Agentur Focus
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06.04.2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin | Frankfurt am Main | 04/06/2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin, writer (Elijas Lied), Frankfurt am Main, April 6th, 2021 photo © Peter Jülich / Agentur Focus
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06.04.2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin | Frankfurt am Main | 04/06/2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin, writer (Elijas Lied), Frankfurt am Main, April 6th, 2021 photo © Peter Jülich / Agentur Focus
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06.04.2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin | Frankfurt am Main | 04/06/2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin, writer (Elijas Lied), Frankfurt am Main, April 6th, 2021 photo © Peter Jülich / Agentur Focus
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06.04.2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin | Frankfurt am Main | 04/06/2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin, writer (Elijas Lied), Frankfurt am Main, April 6th, 2021 photo © Peter Jülich / Agentur Focus
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06.04.2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin | Frankfurt am Main | 04/06/2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin, writer (Elijas Lied), Frankfurt am Main, April 6th, 2021 photo © Peter Jülich / Agentur Focus
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06.04.2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin | Frankfurt am Main | 04/06/2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin, writer (Elijas Lied), Frankfurt am Main, April 6th, 2021 photo © Peter Jülich / Agentur Focus
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06.04.2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin | Frankfurt am Main | 04/06/2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin, writer (Elijas Lied), Frankfurt am Main, April 6th, 2021 photo © Peter Jülich / Agentur Focus
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06.04.2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin | Frankfurt am Main | 04/06/2021
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Amanda Lasker-Berlin, writer (Elijas Lied), Frankfurt am Main, April 6th, 2021 photo © Peter Jülich / Agentur Focus
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06.04.2021
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Participating in the demonstration in Kadıköy Rıhtım, women marched towards Ayvalıtaş Park. The women who shouted the slogan “We do not give up living” were blocked by the police after a while. The marchers were divided into groups. The women continued their protests in the side streets for a while.Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Participating in the demonstration in Kadıköy Rıhtım, women marched towards Ayvalıtaş Park. The women who shouted the slogan “We do not give up living” were blocked by the police after a while. The marchers were divided into groups. The women continued their protests in the side streets for a while.Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Participating in the demonstration in Kadıköy Rıhtım, women marched towards Ayvalıtaş Park. The women who shouted the slogan “We do not give up living” were blocked by the police after a while. The marchers were divided into groups. The women continued their protests in the side streets for a while.Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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People wacthing the protest in Kadikoy Moda. Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Participating in the demonstration in Kadıköy Rıhtım, women marched towards Ayvalıtaş Park. The women who shouted the slogan “We do not give up living” were blocked by the police after a while. The marchers were divided into groups. The women continued their protests in the side streets for a while.Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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a police helicopter over Kadikoy district of Istanbul. Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Participating in the demonstration in Kadıköy Rıhtım, women marched towards Ayvalıtaş Park. The women who shouted the slogan “We do not give up living” were blocked by the police after a while. The marchers were divided into groups. The women continued their protests in the side streets for a while.Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Participating in the demonstration in Kadıköy Rıhtım, women marched towards Ayvalıtaş Park. The women who shouted the slogan “We do not give up living” were blocked by the police after a while. The marchers were divided into groups. The women continued their protests in the side streets for a while.Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Participating in the demonstration in Kadıköy Rıhtım, women marched towards Ayvalıtaş Park. The women who shouted the slogan “We do not give up living” were blocked by the police after a while. The marchers were divided into groups. The women continued their protests in the side streets for a while.Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Turkey's opposition party “CHP” Istanbul Provincial Chair Canan Kaftancıoğlu gives an interview for the Turkish media. Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Turkey's opposition party “CHP” Istanbul Provincial Chair Canan Kaftancıoğlu taking picture with a protester. Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021
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Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands protested in Turkey this Saturday, March 20th calling for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Istanbul conventions agreement. The government had published its decision in the official gazette, on 20th of March, Saturday at midnight. The decision sparked domestic and international outrage. Thousands took to the streets in Istanbul and other Turkish cities. The Istanbul convention is an international treaty to help tackle violence against women and girls aiming at preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. It was drafted in 2011 and signed by 45 countries. Turkey hosted the conference in which the agreement was adopted and was one of the first countries to sign it. AKP government officials had formerly stated on several occasions that the convention played into the hands of LGBT and marginal elements. LGBT rights as well as the gender debate do not go in line with the conservative family values the government upholds. Istanbul, Turkey 2021 Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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Emre Caylak / Agentur Focus
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20.03.2021
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Thousands gathered in Jerusalem during an anti-government demonstration near the Israeli prime minister's residence in Balfour street on March 20, 2021, ahead of the election taking place on March 23rd, 2021 © Kobi Wolf/ Contact Press Images / Agentur Focus
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KOBI WOLF/ Contact Press Images / Agentur Focus
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