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FEMEN reviews its 2013 highlights

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FEMEN reviews its 2013 highlights


It’s been a busy year for the FEMEN movement! Here are some of their most memorable moments…

October 2013: Three FEMEN activists in Germany called on Hamburg’s mayor, Olaf Scholz, to put an end to racism.

June 2013: FEMEN protesters blocked the Tunisian Prime Minster’s car during his visit to the European Parliament in Brussels.

May 2013: Supporters of the FEMEN movement held their first topless protest in an Islamic state, calling for the release of activist Amina Tyler from a prison in Tunisia.

April 2013: Protesters rallied against Russia’s President Putin in Hamburg, Germany.

April 2013: Activist Meriam burned a Salafist flag in front of a Parisian mosque in an act FEMEN say symbolises “women’s fight with wild religious extremism”.

January 2013: FEMEN took their own unique form of protest outside the Vatican to attack “inequality in Catholic traditions”.

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