FEMEN Protest Visit Of Tunisian Prime Minister : News Photo

FEMEN Protest Visit Of Tunisian Prime Minister

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BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 07: (EDITORS NOTE: Image contains nudity.) Members of the feminist Ukrainian protest group Femen demonstrate while chanting 'Merkel Free Femen!' in front of the German federal chancellery prior to the visit of Tunisian Prime Minister Ali Larayedh on June 7, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The protesters were demonstrating in support of fellow Femen members Pauline Hillier and Marguerite Stern of France and Josephine Markmann of Germany, on trial for holding a topless anti-Islamist protest in Tunisia last week, where they face a possible six-month prison sentence if they are convicted. The group primarily focuses on protesting against dictatorship, religion, and the sex industry, and its demonstration on May 29 outside the main courthouse in Tunis was its first topless one in the Arab world. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
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BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 07: (EDITORS NOTE: Image contains nudity.) Members of the feminist Ukrainian protest group Femen demonstrate while chanting 'Merkel Free Femen!' in front of the German federal chancellery prior to the visit of Tunisian Prime Minister Ali Larayedh on June 7, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The protesters were demonstrating in support of fellow Femen members Pauline Hillier and Marguerite Stern of France and Josephine Markmann of Germany, on trial for holding a topless anti-Islamist protest in Tunisia last week, where they face a possible six-month prison sentence if they are convicted. The group primarily focuses on protesting against dictatorship, religion, and the sex industry, and its demonstration on May 29 outside the main courthouse in Tunis was its first topless one in the Arab world. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
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