Riot police officers, wearing gas masks, stand with their shields during a demonstration for the media at the Royal Thai Police Sport Club in Bangkok January 7, 2014. Police organized the media demonstration to showcase teargas and rubber bullets, the only type of weaponry authorities say is being used for crowd-control situations. Police added that no riot police officers are allowed to carry live ammunition. According to authorities 20,000 police officers, backed up by troops, will be deployed in the streets on January 13, the first day of the planned 'shutdown'. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (T
RM2CXYB3DRiot police officers, wearing gas masks, stand with their shields during a demonstration for the media at the Royal Thai Police Sport Club in Bangkok January 7, 2014. Police organized the media demonstration to showcase teargas and rubber bullets, the only type of weaponry authorities say is being used for crowd-control situations. Police added that no riot police officers are allowed to carry live ammunition. According to authorities 20,000 police officers, backed up by troops, will be deployed in the streets on January 13, the first day of the planned 'shutdown'. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (T
Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.
RM2F4EWD3Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.
Riot police officers wearing gas masks wait in front of a monument of Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey, to stop May Day protesters from forcing their way into Taksim Square in Istanbul May 1, 2007. Turkish police detained 580 people in Istanbul on Tuesday in street battles with leftist demonstrators protesting on the May Day anniversary of a mass shooting 30 years ago. Police charged at hundreds of protesters, many from leftist organisations, kicking and clubbing them in the city's main Taksim Square and neighbouring streets. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)
RM2D1Y3HXRiot police officers wearing gas masks wait in front of a monument of Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey, to stop May Day protesters from forcing their way into Taksim Square in Istanbul May 1, 2007. Turkish police detained 580 people in Istanbul on Tuesday in street battles with leftist demonstrators protesting on the May Day anniversary of a mass shooting 30 years ago. Police charged at hundreds of protesters, many from leftist organisations, kicking and clubbing them in the city's main Taksim Square and neighbouring streets. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)
Police wearing Gas masks return to the Alexander bar in North Belfast, Friday 3 March 2006. Seventeen men were arrested following a police search of a bar in a loyalist area of north Belfast last night, when Officers in riot gear raided the Bar in York Street and fired CS gas capsules. Irish President Mary McAleese and her husband Martin were urged today to end all further contact with the leadership of the loyalist Ulster Defence Association. See PA Story ULSTER Loyalist. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Paul Faith/PA
RMG962E2Police wearing Gas masks return to the Alexander bar in North Belfast, Friday 3 March 2006. Seventeen men were arrested following a police search of a bar in a loyalist area of north Belfast last night, when Officers in riot gear raided the Bar in York Street and fired CS gas capsules. Irish President Mary McAleese and her husband Martin were urged today to end all further contact with the leadership of the loyalist Ulster Defence Association. See PA Story ULSTER Loyalist. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Paul Faith/PA
Residents of Chalkidiki's villages, clash with police during a demonstration against the operation of gold mines in the nearby area of Skouries. Residents react against a possible environmental disaster caused by the gold mining project.
RMEB3B61Residents of Chalkidiki's villages, clash with police during a demonstration against the operation of gold mines in the nearby area of Skouries. Residents react against a possible environmental disaster caused by the gold mining project.
June 13, 2020, Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France. Demonstration against racism and police violence. Two police officers wearing helmets, side by side
RF2C19APMJune 13, 2020, Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France. Demonstration against racism and police violence. Two police officers wearing helmets, side by side
Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.
RM2F4EWBMRiot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.
Riot police officers wearing gas masks block a street near the Dolmabahce Mosque to stop May Day protesters from forcing their way into Taksim Square in Istanbul May 1, 2007. Turkish police detained 580 people in Istanbul on Tuesday in street battles with leftist demonstrators protesting on the May Day anniversary of a mass shooting 30 years ago. Police charged at hundreds of protesters, many from leftist organisations, kicking and clubbing them in the city's main Taksim Square and neighbouring streets. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)
RM2D1G2W6Riot police officers wearing gas masks block a street near the Dolmabahce Mosque to stop May Day protesters from forcing their way into Taksim Square in Istanbul May 1, 2007. Turkish police detained 580 people in Istanbul on Tuesday in street battles with leftist demonstrators protesting on the May Day anniversary of a mass shooting 30 years ago. Police charged at hundreds of protesters, many from leftist organisations, kicking and clubbing them in the city's main Taksim Square and neighbouring streets. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)
Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured. (Photo by Geem Drake / SOPA Ima
RM2F4EWE7Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured. (Photo by Geem Drake / SOPA Ima
Police wearing Gas masks return to the Alexander bar in North Belfast, Friday 3 March 2006. Seventeen men were arrested following a police search of a bar in a loyalist area of north Belfast last night, when Officers in riot gear raided the Bar in York Street and fired CS gas capsules. Irish President Mary McAleese and her husband Martin were urged today to end all further contact with the leadership of the loyalist Ulster Defence Association. See PA Story ULSTER Loyalist. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Paul Faith/PA
RMG962E7Police wearing Gas masks return to the Alexander bar in North Belfast, Friday 3 March 2006. Seventeen men were arrested following a police search of a bar in a loyalist area of north Belfast last night, when Officers in riot gear raided the Bar in York Street and fired CS gas capsules. Irish President Mary McAleese and her husband Martin were urged today to end all further contact with the leadership of the loyalist Ulster Defence Association. See PA Story ULSTER Loyalist. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Paul Faith/PA
Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.
RM2F4EWCFRiot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.
Riot police officers wearing gas masks block a street near the Dolmabahce Mosque to stop May Day protesters from forcing their way into Taksim Square in Istanbul May 1, 2007. Turkish police detained 580 people in Istanbul on Tuesday in street battles with leftist demonstrators protesting on the May Day anniversary of a mass shooting 30 years ago. Police charged at hundreds of protesters, many from leftist organisations, kicking and clubbing them in the city's main Taksim Square and neighbouring streets. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)
RM2E6P95ARiot police officers wearing gas masks block a street near the Dolmabahce Mosque to stop May Day protesters from forcing their way into Taksim Square in Istanbul May 1, 2007. Turkish police detained 580 people in Istanbul on Tuesday in street battles with leftist demonstrators protesting on the May Day anniversary of a mass shooting 30 years ago. Police charged at hundreds of protesters, many from leftist organisations, kicking and clubbing them in the city's main Taksim Square and neighbouring streets. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)