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  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706560

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706626

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706093

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706698

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706719

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706705

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706669

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706483

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706639

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706543

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706081

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706752

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706633

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706603

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706619

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706729

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706710

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706494

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706039

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706759

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706709

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706758

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706559

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706661

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706618

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706683

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706592

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706567

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706600

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706250

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706713

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

    商品コード: 2021092706224

  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

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  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

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  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

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  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

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  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

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  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

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  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

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  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

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  • 2021年09月25日
    Pass Sanitaire in Avignon

    September 25, 2021, Avignon, France: In this city in Provence, hundreds of demonstrators marched into the Palace Plaza, demanding that French President Macron stop putting their culture in danger. They called him a dictator for making COVID vaccines mandatory and for the system by which proof of having had the vaccine is the only way that citizens can circulate freely. France instituted the âpass sanitaire,â a smartphone app that documents whether a person has been vaccinated. It is a requirement to enter most businesses, including restaurants, bars, markets, museums and public transportation. France has been one of the pioneers of the âvaccine passport.â The protest started out peacefully, but when three pro-vaccine men showed up, some in the crowd responded with violence, tearing up the pro-vaccine signs and threatening and chasing the pro-vaccine protestors. The issue is emotional for many, on both sides. Parents claim their infants would not be safe and their rights were being violated; their culture o...

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: District Council 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido attends U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Climate Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera speaks at U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific ...

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera speaks at U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific ...

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: District Council 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido speaks at U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: District Council 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido speaks at U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: District Council 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido speaks at U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: U. S. Senator Schumer holding Happy Earth Day card, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月24日
    U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for CCC funding

    September 24, 2021, New York, New York, United States: U. S. Senator Schumer, Labor, and Climate Activists call for Civilian Conservation Corps funding from Congress at Battery Urban Farm. Their announcement came on a day when climate strikes were held around the world to bring attention of people and businesses to climate crisis. Schumer was joined by labor leaders District Concil 37 Executive Director Henry Carrido, President of Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York Gary LaBarbera, union members, activists from Sunrise Movement and service members of Green City Task Force. Schumer said the Civilian Climate Corps (a modern-day Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that was mobilized during the New Deal era) can be one of the largest employment projects and one of the largest environmental projects. (Credit Image: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 02:57.17
    2021年09月23日
    Green shift of once heavy polluted “fossil village“ in N China

    STORY: Green shift of once heavy polluted “fossil village“ in N ChinaDATELINE: Sept. 23, 2021LENGTH: 00:02:57LOCATION: TIANJIN, ChinaCATEGORY: ECONOMY/AGRICULTURE/TOURISMSHOTLIST:1. STANDUP 1 (English): LIU RUNZHI, Xinhua correspondent2. SOUNDBITE 1 (Chinese): DING LI, head of Tielingzi Village3. SOUNDBITE 2 (Chinese): DING LI, head of Tielingzi Village4. STANDUP 2 (English): LIU RUNZHI, Xinhua correspondent5. SOUNDBITE 3 (Chinese): WU HAIMING, fruit farmer of Tieling village6. SOUNDBITE 4 (Chinese): DING LI, head of Tielingzi VillageSTORYLINE:STANDUP 1 (English): LIU RUNZHI, Xinhua correspondent“This is a small mountainous village with only about 100 residents in north China‘s Tianjin municipality. Tourism-related businesses such as homestays are prosperous here thanks to its picturesque landscape and the fame for abundant fossil reserves. Tourists enjoying rural life h.....、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Unfinished recyled animal bones lie on the floor at The African bone craft workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus that limited the ...

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  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: George Otieno (49) of The African Bone Craft cuts recycled bones into pieces before creating crafted jewelries in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the c...

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  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: A portrait of Robert Otieno (35) at their bone craft workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus that limited the number of sales they ...

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  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: A portrait of Robert Otieno (35) at their bone craft workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus that limited the number of sales they ...

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  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Robert Otieno (35) holds his handmade bowls designed with recycled bone craft jewelry at their workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavir...

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  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: A portrait of Robert Otieno (35) at their bone craft workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus that limited the number of sales they ...

    商品コード: 2021092315083

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: A worker at the African Bone Craft prepares designs final bone craft jewelries using potassium permanganate. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus that limited the n...

    商品コード: 2021092400865

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Separation of unclean and clean unfinished handmade bone crafts at The African Bone Craft workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus th...

    商品コード: 2021092400870

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: A portrait of Charles Owigo (43) at their bone craft workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus that limited the number of sales they ...

    商品コード: 2021092400848

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Separation of unclean and clean unfinished handmade bone crafts at The African Bone Craft workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus th...

    商品コード: 2021092315121

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: A portrait of Charles Owigo (43) at their bone craft workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus that limited the number of sales they ...

    商品コード: 2021092315219

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Robert Otieno (35) repairs his handmade bowls designed with recycled bone craft jewelry at their workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronav...

    商品コード: 2021092400927

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: George Otieno (49) of The African Bone Craft cuts recycled bones into pieces before creating crafted jewelries in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the c...

    商品コード: 2021092315214

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Modified electric motors and cutting disks use in creation of bone crafts at Africa bone crafts in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus that...

    商品コード: 2021092400944

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: George Otieno (49) of The African Bone Craft cuts recycled bones into pieces before creating crafted jewelries in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the c...

    商品コード: 2021092315346

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: George Otieno (49) of The African Bone Craft cuts recycled bones into pieces before creating crafted jewelries in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the c...

    商品コード: 2021092315191

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: George Otieno (49) of The African Bone Craft cuts recycled bones into pieces before creating crafted jewelries in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the c...

    商品コード: 2021092315347

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Robert Otieno (35) repairs his handmade bowls designed with recycled bone craft jewelry at their workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronav...

    商品コード: 2021092314978

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Robert Otieno (35) repairs his handmade bowls designed with recycled bone craft jewelry at their workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronav...

    商品コード: 2021092314983

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Workers from The African Bone Craft work together at their workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus that limited the number of sales ...

    商品コード: 2021092315217

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Workers from The African Bone Craft work together at their workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus that limited the number of sales ...

    商品コード: 2021092315199

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Charles Owigo (43) a member of The African Bone Craft takes takes measures and sizes of the crafted bones before turning them into jewelries. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from t...

    商品コード: 2021092315348

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Modified electric motors and cutting disks use in creation of bone crafts at Africa bone crafts in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavirus that...

    商品コード: 2021092400987

  • 2021年09月22日
    NAIROBI, KENYA-SEPTEMBER, 2021: ARTISTS STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE THROUGH CREATING BONE CRAFTS AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC...

    September 22, 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA: Unfinished keyholders made recyled animal bones are seen on the floor at The African bone craft workshop in Kibera Slums, Nairobi. A group of artisans from The African Bone Craft in Nairobiââ¬â¢s Kibera Slums are using recycled animal bones, horns and brass metals to create handmade jewelry and decorations that are later sold to locals and tourists who would at times visit the workshop. The African bones started back in 2006 with a total number of 17 group members who both depend on selling the jewelry for a living and daily occurring family needs. The group of artists has faced challenges such as demolitions by the government mowing down churches, schools, and businesses, to create a way for road extension that aims to ease Nairobiââ¬â¢s notoriously traffic congestion with shortcuts through the slums, rapidly occurring fires that have burned down their homes and workshops together with their working tools during the past few years and most challenges from the coronavi...

    商品コード: 2021092400903

  • 2021年09月22日
    BELGIUM TROOZ AFTERMATH FLOODS BUSINESS CONTAINERS

    Illustration picture shows the arrival of the first containers for independent businesses, touched by the mid-July floods, in Trooz, on Wednesday 22 September 2021. Following the terrible floods which hit a large part of Wallonia, the Government of Wallonia set up modular buildings (containers) available to the self-employed and affected traders so that they can resume their activity. BELGA PHOTO BRUNO FAHY、クレジット:BELGA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092300449

  • 2021年09月22日
    BELGIUM TROOZ AFTERMATH FLOODS BUSINESS CONTAINERS

    Walloon Minister President Elio Di Rupo, Doctor Davide Celestri and Walloon Vice-Minister President Willy Borsus pictured during the arrival of the first containers for independent businesses, touched by the mid-July floods, in Trooz, on Wednesday 22 September 2021. Following the terrible floods which hit a large part of Wallonia, the Government of Wallonia set up modular buildings (containers) available to the self-employed and affected traders so that they can resume their activity. BELGA PHOTO BRUNO FAHY、クレジット:BELGA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092300451

  • 2021年09月21日
    NEW ZEALAND-LOCKDOWN-DAILY LIFE

    (210921) -- AUCKLAND, Sept. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A man takes a walk while dragging a makeshift stroller which his two kids sit in, in Auckland, New Zealand, Sept. 17, 2021. New Zealand‘s largest city Auckland will relax restrictions by moving to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday for at least two weeks, as the country reported 22 new Delta community cases on Monday. The city has remained at level 4, the top-level COVID-19 lockdown, for more than 30 days, longer than last year‘s lockdown, with schools and none-essential businesses closed. The rest of the country will stay at Alert Level 2, which means businesses and schools are back to normal, with masks-wearing mandatory in certain settings and gatherings limited to 50 people in size. (Photo by Chen Zheng‘an/Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092303182

  • 2021年09月21日
    NEW ZEALAND-LOCKDOWN-DAILY LIFE

    (210921) -- AUCKLAND, Sept. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A woman rides a horse on a zigzagging path of Wellington‘s mountains, New Zealand, on Sept. 19, 2021. New Zealand‘s largest city Auckland will relax restrictions by moving to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday for at least two weeks, as the country reported 22 new Delta community cases on Monday. The city has remained at level 4, the top-level COVID-19 lockdown, for more than 30 days, longer than last year‘s lockdown, with schools and none-essential businesses closed. The rest of the country will stay at Alert Level 2, which means businesses and schools are back to normal, with masks-wearing mandatory in certain settings and gatherings limited to 50 people in size. (Xinhua/Guo Lei)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092303529

  • 2021年09月21日
    NEW ZEALAND-LOCKDOWN-DAILY LIFE

    (210921) -- AUCKLAND, Sept. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Sept. 16, 2021 shows a lamb in Fox Glacier township in New Zealand. New Zealand‘s largest city Auckland will relax restrictions by moving to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday for at least two weeks, as the country reported 22 new Delta community cases on Monday. The city has remained at level 4, the top-level COVID-19 lockdown, for more than 30 days, longer than last year‘s lockdown, with schools and none-essential businesses closed. The rest of the country will stay at Alert Level 2, which means businesses and schools are back to normal, with masks-wearing mandatory in certain settings and gatherings limited to 50 people in size. (Photo by Yang Liu/Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092303863

  • 2021年09月21日
    NEW ZEALAND-LOCKDOWN-DAILY LIFE

    (210921) -- AUCKLAND, Sept. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A man rides a bicycle at Mission Bay in Auckland, New Zealand, on Sept. 19, 2021. New Zealand‘s largest city Auckland will relax restrictions by moving to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday for at least two weeks, as the country reported 22 new Delta community cases on Monday. The city has remained at level 4, the top-level COVID-19 lockdown, for more than 30 days, longer than last year‘s lockdown, with schools and none-essential businesses closed. The rest of the country will stay at Alert Level 2, which means businesses and schools are back to normal, with masks-wearing mandatory in certain settings and gatherings limited to 50 people in size. (Photo by Zhao Gang/Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092303276

  • 2021年09月21日
    NEW ZEALAND-LOCKDOWN-DAILY LIFE

    (210921) -- AUCKLAND, Sept. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Sept. 8, 2021 shows the statue of Captain James Cook wearing a face mask in downtown Christchurch, New Zealand. New Zealand‘s largest city Auckland will relax restrictions by moving to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday for at least two weeks, as the country reported 22 new Delta community cases on Monday. The city has remained at level 4, the top-level COVID-19 lockdown, for more than 30 days, longer than last year‘s lockdown, with schools and none-essential businesses closed. The rest of the country will stay at Alert Level 2, which means businesses and schools are back to normal, with masks-wearing mandatory in certain settings and gatherings limited to 50 people in size. (Photo by Li Xiaogang/Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092303218

  • 2021年09月21日
    NEW ZEALAND-LOCKDOWN-DAILY LIFE

    (210921) -- AUCKLAND, Sept. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- People go fishing at a wharf near Mission Bay of Auckland, New Zealand on Sept. 19, 2021. New Zealand‘s largest city Auckland will relax restrictions by moving to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday for at least two weeks, as the country reported 22 new Delta community cases on Monday. The city has remained at level 4, the top-level COVID-19 lockdown, for more than 30 days, longer than last year‘s lockdown, with schools and none-essential businesses closed. The rest of the country will stay at Alert Level 2, which means businesses and schools are back to normal, with masks-wearing mandatory in certain settings and gatherings limited to 50 people in size. (Photo by Zhao Gang/Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092303625

  • 2021年09月21日
    NEW ZEALAND-LOCKDOWN-DAILY LIFE

    (210921) -- AUCKLAND, Sept. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A farmer feeds calves with milk in Fox Glacier township in New Zealand, Sept 11, 2021. New Zealand‘s largest city Auckland will relax restrictions by moving to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday for at least two weeks, as the country reported 22 new Delta community cases on Monday. The city has remained at level 4, the top-level COVID-19 lockdown, for more than 30 days, longer than last year‘s lockdown, with schools and none-essential businesses closed. The rest of the country will stay at Alert Level 2, which means businesses and schools are back to normal, with masks-wearing mandatory in certain settings and gatherings limited to 50 people in size. (Photo by Yang Liu/Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092302970

  • 2021年09月21日
    NEW ZEALAND-LOCKDOWN-DAILY LIFE

    (210921) -- AUCKLAND, Sept. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A woman walks across Parnell street in central Auckland, New Zealand on Sept. 19, 2021. New Zealand‘s largest city Auckland will relax restrictions by moving to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday for at least two weeks, as the country reported 22 new Delta community cases on Monday. The city has remained at level 4, the top-level COVID-19 lockdown, for more than 30 days, longer than last year‘s lockdown, with schools and none-essential businesses closed. The rest of the country will stay at Alert Level 2, which means businesses and schools are back to normal, with masks-wearing mandatory in certain settings and gatherings limited to 50 people in size. (Photo by Zhao Gang/Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092303258

  • 2021年09月21日
    Florida News - September 21, 2021

    September 21, 2021, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA: Blair McGraw of Sarasota, reads a newspaper at a parklet in front of Bandit Coffee on Central Avenue Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021 in St. Petersburg. The City of St. Petersburg plans to remove the popular setup which expands outdoor seating for small businesses. (Credit Image: © Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092208730

  • 2021年09月21日
    Florida News - September 21, 2021

    September 21, 2021, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA: Bavaroââ¬â¢s Restaurant and nearby businesses along Central Avenue are seen Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021 in St. Petersburg. The businesses may lose their parklet if the city follows through with their plan. The City of St. Petersburg plans to remove the popular setup which expands outdoor seating for small businesses. (Credit Image: © Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092208741

  • 2021年09月21日
    Florida News - September 21, 2021

    September 21, 2021, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA: The Lure Restaurant and nearby businesses are seen along Central Avenue Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021 in St. Petersburg. The businesses may lose their parklet if the city follows through with their plan. The City of St. Petersburg plans to remove the popular setup which expands outdoor seating for small businesses. (Credit Image: © Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092208769

  • 2021年09月21日
    Setup Erfurt Oktoberfest

    21 September 2021, Thuringia, Erfurt: In front of the silhouette of the cathedral and the Severi church, the “Bellevue“, one of the largest transportable Ferris wheels in the world with closed gondolas, is set up on the Domplatz. The Oktoberfest opens on September 24 and invites visitors for 17 days. According to the city administration, more than 40 fairground businesses will provide variety on the carousels and at the snack and confectionery stands. A marquee will not be erected at the Erfurt Oktoberfest this year. Photo: Martin Schutt/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092201242

  • 2021年09月21日
    Setup Erfurt Oktoberfest

    21 September 2021, Thuringia, Erfurt: In front of the silhouette of the Severi Church, the “Bellevue“, one of the largest transportable Ferris wheels in the world with closed gondolas, is set up on the Domplatz. The Oktoberfest opens on September 24 and invites visitors for 17 days. According to the city administration, more than 40 fairground businesses will provide variety on the carousels and at the snack and confectionery stands. A marquee will not be erected at the Erfurt Oktoberfest this year. Photo: Martin Schutt/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092201244

  • 2021年09月21日
    Florida News - September 21, 2021

    September 21, 2021, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA: The Lure Restaurant and nearby businesses are seen along Central Avenue Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021 in St. Petersburg. The businesses may lose their parklet if the city follows through with their plan. The City of St. Petersburg plans to remove the popular setup which expands outdoor seating for small businesses. (Credit Image: © Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092208786

  • 2021年09月21日
    Florida News - September 21, 2021

    September 21, 2021, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA: Blair McGraw of Sarasota, reads a newspaper at a parklet in front of Bandit Coffee on Central Avenue Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021 in St. Petersburg. The City of St. Petersburg plans to remove the popular setup which expands outdoor seating for small businesses. (Credit Image: © Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092208752

  • 2021年09月21日
    Florida News - September 21, 2021

    September 21, 2021, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA: Blair McGraw of Sarasota, reads a newspaper at a parklet in front of Bandit Coffee on Central Avenue Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021 in St. Petersburg. The City of St. Petersburg plans to remove the popular setup which expands outdoor seating for small businesses. (Credit Image: © Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Boyzell Hosey/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092208795

  • 2021年09月20日
    Florida News - September 20, 2021

    September 20, 2021, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA: Daddies Donuts and Delites, one of a few new businesses opening this fall on Central Avenue, Monday, September 20, 2021 in St. Petersburg. (Credit Image: © Martha Asencio-Rhine/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Martha Asencio-Rhine/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092106800

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