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  • 2016年08月16日
    演説するシェンロン首相 「独裁主義」と政権批判

    演説するリー・シェンロン首相=2015年9月、シンガポール(共同)

    商品コード: 2016081600818

  • 2018年06月27日
    Situation in Nicaragua

    27 June 2018, Nicaragua, Chontales: Protesters sleep under a truck during the blockades. Citizens and farm workers blocked a country road from Managua to Chontales. The blockades are part of the protests against the government of Daniel Ortega. The situation in Nicaragua hasn‘t calmed down since mid April. The authoritarian President Ortega wanted to push through a social reform, but the general public opposed. Ever since the masses have been on the streets demanding the resignation of the President and his wife, Vice President Murillo. Photo: Carlos Herrera/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018062901598

  • 2018年07月29日
    Resistance of the Church in Nicaragua

    29 July 2018, Nicaragua, Masaya: The Church of San Miguel by Father Roman. He makes no secret of his opposition to the government of authoritarian President Daniel Ortega. His intercessions are for the abducted youth, prisoners and all who suffer from oppression. (to dpa-KORR.: ““God has brought me there“ - Resistance of the Church in Nicaragua“ of 03.08.2018) Photo: Carlos Herrera/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018081300914

  • 2018年07月29日
    Resistance of the Church in Nicaragua

    29 July 2018, Nicaragua, Masaya: Father Edwin Roman stands in the church of San Miguel in a courtyard. He makes no secret of his opposition to the government of authoritarian President Daniel Ortega. His intercessions are for the abducted youth, prisoners and all who suffer from oppression. (to dpa-KORR.: ““God has brought me there“ - Resistance of the Church in Nicaragua“ of 03.08.2018) Photo: Carlos Herrera/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018081300810

  • 2018年08月25日
    Demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica

    25 August 2018, Costa Rica, San Jose: Demonstrators hold flags of Nicaragua and Venezuela at a demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica and in support of refugees from Nicaragua. Several thousand Nicaraguans have fled from the escalating violence and political persecution in their home country to Costa Rica to apply for asylum there. Protests against the government of authoritarian President Ortega have been escalating in the Central American country since mid-April. According to human rights organizations, about 450 people have died in the protests so far. Photo: Roberto Carlos Sanchez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018082722692

  • 2018年08月25日
    Demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica

    25 August 2018, Costa Rica, San Jose: A disguised man participates in a demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica and in support of the refugees from Nicaragua. Several thousand Nicaraguans have fled from the escalating violence and political persecution in their home country to Costa Rica to apply for asylum there. Protests against the government of authoritarian President Ortega have been escalating in the Central American country since mid-April. According to human rights organizations, about 450 people have died in the protests so far. Photo: Roberto Carlos Sanchez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018082722700

  • 2018年08月25日
    Demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica

    25 August 2018, Costa Rica, San Jose: A woman takes part in a demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica and in support of refugees from Nicaragua. Several thousand Nicaraguans have fled from the escalating violence and political persecution in their home country to Costa Rica to apply for asylum there. Protests against the government of authoritarian President Ortega have been escalating in the Central American country since mid-April. According to human rights organizations, about 450 people have died in the protests so far. Photo: Roberto Carlos Sanchez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018082722452

  • 2018年08月25日
    Demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica

    25 August 2018, Costa Rica, San Jose: A woman calls out slogans during a demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica and in support of the refugees from Nicaragua. Several thousand Nicaraguans have fled from the escalating violence and political persecution in their home country to Costa Rica to apply for asylum there. Protests against the government of authoritarian President Ortega have been escalating in the Central American country since mid-April. According to human rights organizations, about 450 people have died in the protests so far. Photo: Roberto Carlos Sanchez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018082722690

  • 2018年08月25日
    Demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica

    25 August 2018, Costa Rica, San Jose: Many people take part in a demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica and in support of the refugees from Nicaragua. Several thousand Nicaraguans have fled from the escalating violence and political persecution in their home country to Costa Rica to apply for asylum there. Protests against the government of authoritarian President Ortega have been escalating in the Central American country since mid-April. According to human rights organizations, about 450 people have died in the protests so far. Photo: Roberto Carlos Sanchez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018082722694

  • 2018年08月25日
    Demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica

    25 August 2018, Costa Rica, San Jose: A woman wears a hair band with the inscription “Nicaragua me duele“ (Nicaragua hurts me) during a demonstration against xenophobia in Costa Rica and to support the refugees from Nicaragua. Several thousand Nicaraguans have fled from the escalating violence and political persecution in their home country to Costa Rica to apply for asylum there. Protests against the government of authoritarian President Ortega have been escalating in the Central American country since mid-April. According to human rights organizations, about 450 people have died in the protests so far. Photo: Roberto Carlos Sanchez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018082722819

  • 2018年09月18日
    Situation in Nicaragua

    18 September 2018, Nicaragua, Managua: A boy cries at the coffin of his brother, Ezequiel Leiva García, in the cemetery “Milagro de Dios“. The 26-year-old was seriously injured during a demonstration against the government on 28 May 2018. The political crisis in the Central American country began in mid-April with a planned social reform. The government withdrew them, but the population demonstrated for a resignation of the authoritarian power couple Ortega and Murillo. According to human rights groups, the violent clashes between governmental thugs, police and demonstrators have so far cost the lives of several hundred people. Photo: Carlos Herrera/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018092020166

  • 2018年09月18日
    Situation in Nicaragua

    18 September 2018, Nicaragua, Managua: A woman crying at the coffin of her son, Ezequiel Leiva García, in the cemetery “Milagro de Dios“. The 26-year-old was seriously injured during a demonstration against the government on 28 May 2018. After three months in hospital, he died on 17 September 2018 and the political crisis in the Central American country began in mid-April with a planned social reform. The government withdrew them, but the population demonstrated for a resignation of the authoritarian power couple Ortega and Murillo. According to human rights groups, the violent clashes between governmental thugs, police and demonstrators have so far cost the lives of several hundred people. Photo: Carlos Herrera/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018092020033

  • 2018年09月18日
    Situation in Nicaragua

    18 September 2018, Nicaragua, Managua: People carry the coffin of Ezequiel Leiva García in the cemetery “Milagro de Dios“. The 26-year-old was seriously injured during a demonstration against the government on 28 May 2018. After three months in hospital, he died on 17 September 2018 and the political crisis in the Central American country began in mid-April with a planned social reform. The government withdrew them, but the population demonstrated for a resignation of the authoritarian power couple Ortega and Murillo. According to human rights groups, the violent clashes between governmental thugs, police and demonstrators have so far cost the lives of several hundred people. Photo: Carlos Herrera/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018092020136

  • 2018年12月07日
    Religious festival “La Gritería“ in Nicaragua

    07 December 2018, Nicaragua, Managua: Mercedes Dávila lights a candle at an altar of the Virgin Mary in her apartment during the religious festival “La Gritería“ (Screaming), which is celebrated annually on 7 December in Nicaragua. On the altar is a photograph of her son Edwin Carcache (M), student leader and political prisoner of the regime of Nicaragua‘s President Ortega. According to human rights activists, at least 545 citizens have died in protests against Nicaragua‘s authoritarian government. In addition, about 1300 people were arrested or abducted. To honour the dead and political prisoners, some people have made altars in Nicaragua‘s national colours at home. Photo: Carlos Herrera/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018121221863

  • 2018年12月07日
    Religious festival “La Gritería“ in Nicaragua

    07 December 2018, Nicaragua, Managua: On the altar is a photograph of Edwin Carcache (M), student leader and political prisoner of the regime of Nicaragua‘s President Ortega. According to human rights activists, at least 545 citizens have died in protests against Nicaragua‘s authoritarian government. In addition, about 1300 people were arrested or abducted. To honour the dead and political prisoners, some people have made altars in Nicaragua‘s national colours at home. Photo: Carlos Herrera/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018121221888

  • 2018年12月14日
    Critical daily newspaper in Venezuela discontinues print edition

    14 December 2018, Venezuela, Caracas: Last copies of the newspaper “El Nacional“ are printed. The government-critical daily newspaper discontinued its print version. The publisher is no longer getting enough paper to produce a newspaper every day, said editor Otero, who blames President Maduro for the end of the print version. In an increasingly authoritarian country, the government decides on the allocation of paper to newspapers. Photo: Rayner Pena/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018122009523

  • 2018年12月14日
    Critical daily newspaper in Venezuela discontinues print edition

    14 December 2018, Venezuela, Caracas: Empty space of the editorial office of the newspaper “El Nacional“. The government-critical daily newspaper discontinued its print version. The publisher is no longer getting enough paper to produce a newspaper every day, said editor Otero, who blames President Maduro for the end of the print version. In an increasingly authoritarian country, the government decides on the allocation of paper to newspapers. Photo: Rayner Pena/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018122010062

  • 2018年12月14日
    Critical daily newspaper in Venezuela discontinues print edition

    14 December 2018, Venezuela, Caracas: Employees of the newspaper “El Nacional“ listen to a colleague at a meeting in the editorial office when the government-critical daily newspaper discontinues its print version. The publisher is no longer getting enough paper to produce a newspaper every day, said editor Otero, who blames President Maduro for the end of the print version. In an increasingly authoritarian country, the government decides on the allocation of paper to newspapers. Photo: Rayner Pena/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018122009356

  • 2019年02月15日
    Chavez in Nicaragua

    15 February 2019, Nicaragua, Managua: Monument in honor of the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on a square in the capital of Nicaragua. The figure of the former head of state is surrounded by so-called life trees, symbol of the government of Ortega and his wife Murillo in Nicaragua. The political fate of the authoritarian government in Nicaragua is closely linked to that of the Venezuelan government around Maduro. (to dpa “No more help from the big brother“ from 21.02.2019) Photo: Carlos Herrera/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022204126

  • 2019年02月15日
    Chavez in Nicaragua

    15 February 2019, Nicaragua, Managua: Monument in honor of the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on a square in the capital of Nicaragua. The figure of the former head of state is surrounded by so-called life trees, symbol of the government of Ortega and his wife Murillo in Nicaragua. The political fate of the authoritarian government in Nicaragua is closely linked to that of the Venezuelan government around Maduro. (to dpa “No more help from the big brother“ from 21.02.2019) Photo: Carlos Herrera/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022204001

  • 2019年02月15日
    Chavez in Nicaragua

    15 February 2019, Nicaragua, Managua: Monument in honor of the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on a square in the capital of Nicaragua. The figure of the former head of state is surrounded by so-called life trees, symbol of the government of Ortega and his wife Murillo in Nicaragua. The political fate of the authoritarian government in Nicaragua is closely linked to that of the Venezuelan government around Maduro. (to dpa “No more help from the big brother“ from 21.02.2019) Photo: Carlos Herrera/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022203966

  • 2020年11月27日
    Russian President Putin Meets with Rosneft CEO Sechin

    November 26, 2020, Moscow, Russia: Russian President Vladimir Putin holds a face-to-face meeting with Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin from the official Novo-Ogaryovo state residence November 26, 2020 outside Moscow, Russia. (Credit Image: © Alexei Nikolsky/Kremlin Pool/Planet Pix via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Alexei Nikolsky/Kremlin Pool/Planet Pix via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112712426

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