Istanbul, Turkey. 25th Nov, 2019. Demonstrators cover their faces and run while turkish riot police use pepper spray during the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women rally at Beyoglu district of Istanbul, Turkey on November 25, 2019. Credit: Jason Dean/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RM2AB6B3PIstanbul, Turkey. 25th Nov, 2019. Demonstrators cover their faces and run while turkish riot police use pepper spray during the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women rally at Beyoglu district of Istanbul, Turkey on November 25, 2019. Credit: Jason Dean/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Demonstrators run to cover from pepper spray pellets as Turkish riot police try to disperse a small group of demonstrators during a protest against femicide and violence against women, in Istanbul, Turkey, November 25, 2019. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
RM2CJT7KHDemonstrators run to cover from pepper spray pellets as Turkish riot police try to disperse a small group of demonstrators during a protest against femicide and violence against women, in Istanbul, Turkey, November 25, 2019. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
A demonstrator walks after a tear gas attack by the police during a demonstration against the operation of gold mines in Skouries, Chalkidiki, Greece
RMEB3E8TA demonstrator walks after a tear gas attack by the police during a demonstration against the operation of gold mines in Skouries, Chalkidiki, Greece
Supporters of Turkey's Kurdish Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) run for cover after riot police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse demonstrators during a protest against the election board in Istanbul June 26, 2011. The BDP, which won 36 seats in Turkey's recent elections, said it would not attend parliament unless an elected deputy barred from parliament was allowed to take his seat.  The boycott might force by-elections that could enable the newly re-elected government to reach the majority it covets to pass a new constitution. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST
RM2CYCY73Supporters of Turkey's Kurdish Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) run for cover after riot police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse demonstrators during a protest against the election board in Istanbul June 26, 2011. The BDP, which won 36 seats in Turkey's recent elections, said it would not attend parliament unless an elected deputy barred from parliament was allowed to take his seat. The boycott might force by-elections that could enable the newly re-elected government to reach the majority it covets to pass a new constitution. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST
Demonstrators run for cover as a riot police vehicle sprays a water cannon during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, Chile, November 20, 2019. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
RM2CMGDBBDemonstrators run for cover as a riot police vehicle sprays a water cannon during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, Chile, November 20, 2019. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
Protesters cover their mouths as they run through a cloud of tear gas during a demonstration in Senegal's capital Dakar June 23, 2011. Senegalese riot police fired rubber bullets, teargas and water cannon in running clashes with stone-throwing anti-government demonstrators in the heart of the capital Dakar on Thursday. Thousands of students and other protesters gathered outside the National Assembly building, where lawmakers were due to vote on a controversial constitutional change that President Abdoulaye Wade's critics say is aimed at easing his re-election. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SENEGAL
RM2CXR589Protesters cover their mouths as they run through a cloud of tear gas during a demonstration in Senegal's capital Dakar June 23, 2011. Senegalese riot police fired rubber bullets, teargas and water cannon in running clashes with stone-throwing anti-government demonstrators in the heart of the capital Dakar on Thursday. Thousands of students and other protesters gathered outside the National Assembly building, where lawmakers were due to vote on a controversial constitutional change that President Abdoulaye Wade's critics say is aimed at easing his re-election. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SENEGAL
A demonstrator runs after a tear gas attack by the police during a demonstration against the operation of gold mines in Skouries, Chalkidiki, Greece
RMEB3F61A demonstrator runs after a tear gas attack by the police during a demonstration against the operation of gold mines in Skouries, Chalkidiki, Greece
Protesters cover their mouths as they run through a cloud of tear gas during a demonstration in Senegal's capital Dakar June 23, 2011. Senegalese riot police fired rubber bullets, teargas and water cannon in running clashes with stone-throwing anti-government demonstrators in the heart of the capital Dakar on Thursday. Thousands of students and other protesters gathered outside the National Assembly building, where lawmakers were due to vote on a controversial constitutional change that President Abdoulaye Wade's critics say is aimed at easing his re-election. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SENEGAL
RM2CWKBCGProtesters cover their mouths as they run through a cloud of tear gas during a demonstration in Senegal's capital Dakar June 23, 2011. Senegalese riot police fired rubber bullets, teargas and water cannon in running clashes with stone-throwing anti-government demonstrators in the heart of the capital Dakar on Thursday. Thousands of students and other protesters gathered outside the National Assembly building, where lawmakers were due to vote on a controversial constitutional change that President Abdoulaye Wade's critics say is aimed at easing his re-election. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SENEGAL
People run for cover as riot police charge to disperse an anti-government protest in the village of Shakhoora, west of Manama, August 14, 2013. Bahraini police fired tear gas and birdshot at demonstrators on Wednesday, witnesses said, as protests called for by activists to press demands for democratic change in the U.S.-allied Gulf kingdom turned violent. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed (BAHRAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
RM2D05H2YPeople run for cover as riot police charge to disperse an anti-government protest in the village of Shakhoora, west of Manama, August 14, 2013. Bahraini police fired tear gas and birdshot at demonstrators on Wednesday, witnesses said, as protests called for by activists to press demands for democratic change in the U.S.-allied Gulf kingdom turned violent. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed (BAHRAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
Demonstrators run for cover as riot police charges towards them during a protest against the $500 million U.S. infrastructure grant under the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) near the parliament in Kathmandu, Nepal February 27, 2022. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
RM2HT6MD7Demonstrators run for cover as riot police charges towards them during a protest against the $500 million U.S. infrastructure grant under the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) near the parliament in Kathmandu, Nepal February 27, 2022. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
Riot police (R) run for cover as demonstrator’s hurls stones towards them during a protest against the $500 million U.S infrastructure grant under the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) near the parliament in Kathmandu, Nepal February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
RM2HPBY76Riot police (R) run for cover as demonstrator’s hurls stones towards them during a protest against the $500 million U.S infrastructure grant under the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) near the parliament in Kathmandu, Nepal February 20, 2022. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
Anti-government protesters run to take cover from tear gas fired by riot police during clashes in the district of Sitra in Bahrain March 24, 2012. Demonstrators were protesting in Sitra against the government holding the F1 Grand Prix next month. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (BAHRAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SPORT MOTORSPORT)
RM2CYCFHJAnti-government protesters run to take cover from tear gas fired by riot police during clashes in the district of Sitra in Bahrain March 24, 2012. Demonstrators were protesting in Sitra against the government holding the F1 Grand Prix next month. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (BAHRAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SPORT MOTORSPORT)