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BELGIUM-EU-FEMEN-TUNISIA

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A security guard tackles to the ground a Femen activist as she tried along with two other feminist activists to stop the car of Tunisian Prime Minister from leaving the EU commission building after his working session with European Commission President on June 25, 2013 at the EU headquarters in Brussels. The European Commission urged Tunisia to reform criminal laws from its previous authoritarian regime as three topless feminist activists staged a protest by jumping on visiting Tunisian Prime Minister Ali Larayedh's car. Larayedh was visiting Brussels on the eve of an appeals hearing for three European activists from the feminist group Femen who were sentenced to four months in prison this month for baring their breasts in Tunis in a pro-Amina protest. AFP PHOTO GEORGES GOBET (Photo credit should read GEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images)
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A security guard tackles to the ground a Femen activist as she tried along with two other feminist activists to stop the car of Tunisian Prime Minister from leaving the EU commission building after his working session with European Commission President on June 25, 2013 at the EU headquarters in Brussels. The European Commission urged Tunisia to reform criminal laws from its previous authoritarian regime as three topless feminist activists staged a protest by jumping on visiting Tunisian Prime Minister Ali Larayedh's car. Larayedh was visiting Brussels on the eve of an appeals hearing for three European activists from the feminist group Femen who were sentenced to four months in prison this month for baring their breasts in Tunis in a pro-Amina protest. AFP PHOTO GEORGES GOBET (Photo credit should read GEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images)
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