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When a man sets himself on fire in protest, no one thinks to accuse him of harming any social justice movements...Amina Tyler, who had been threatened by Tunisian leaders for posting topless political photos on her Facebook page and was arrested
Three European women with feminist protest group Femen arrived in Paris on Thursday after they were freed from a Tunisian jail where they were held for baring their breasts in public. The three, two Frenchwomen and a German, were released from a
The appeals trial of three European activists with women's protest group Femen, jailed for baring their breasts in Tunis, was adjourned on Friday, their lawyer said. Souhaib Bahri said the judiciary had failed to allow the necessary 10 days to elapse
Prison sentences for a Tunisian rapper and three European activists with women's protest group Femen have heightened fears among artists, journalists and rights activists that the Islamist-led government is rolling back civil liberties.
Going topless in Tunisia – yes, three European members Margaret Stern and Pauline Hillier from France and Josephine Markmann from Germany, of the topless protest group Femen went topless outside the Tunisian embassy in Madrid demanding
Three women staged a topless protest on Wednesday outside the Tunisian embassy in Madrid calling on Tunis to free three fellow activists detained for a bare-breasted anti-Islamist demonstration in the north African nation.
Pauline Hillier, Marguerite Stern and Josephine Markmann being accused of public indecency. Part of the trial would be held on Wednesday, but the court decided to postpone this day June 12 the next
Page modified June 5, 2013 at 6:42 AM Tunisia Islamists try to join topless protest case The trial for three European feminists charged with public indecency after demonstrating topless in front of Tunisia's Palace of Justice began Wednesday with
Paris's Notre Dame cathedral on Tuesday to celebrate Pope Benedict XVI's shock resignation announcement. The members of the Femen movement entered the Gothic cathedral dressed in long coats which they whipped off inside while ringing three bells near
More than 100,000 people rallied across France on Saturday to protest a government bill that would grant marriage and adoption rights to same-sex couples. Police used tear gas against activists who tried to stage a counter-protest. Published: 19