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Jerome Rodrigues, one of the leaders of the yellow vest movement, lies on the street after getting wounded in the eye during clashes with riot police in Paris during an anti-government demonstration called by the Yellow Vests "Gilets Jaunes" movement on January 26, 2019.

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An injured women is tended to near the White House during a protest of the killing of George Floyd on May 30, 2020 in Washington, DC. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was arrested for Floyd's death and is accused of kneeling on Floyd's neck as he pleaded with him about not being able to breathe. Floyd was pronounced dead a short while later. Chauvin and three other officers, who were involved in the arrest, were fired from the police department after a video of the arrest was circulated.

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A wounded protester shows his back as riot police clash with opposition demonstrators during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro on the anniversary of the 1958 uprising that overthrew the military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro.

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A man injured following clashes with Kenyan riot police officers, runs away from teargas, during a demonstration of Kenya's opposition supporters in Nairobi, on May 16, 2016.

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Severed foot in a wooden box during cleanup of corpses after bloody rioting between Hindus and Muslims.

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Mu Sochua, an opposition member of the Cambodian Parliament, helps a young boy bleeding after being hit with a wooden baton by municipal security forces during clashes in the Borei Keila community on February 14, 2014 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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Circa 1946: Corpses lying in a cart on their way to be cremated after bloody rioting between Hindus and Muslims.

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An injured demonstrator gestures in front of riot police during an anti-government protest in Tirana on January 21, 2011.

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An injured opposition activist is carried by fellow demonstrators during clashes with riot police during a protest march in Caracas on April 26, 2017.

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A woman covered in blood is surrounded by riot policemen during clashes between riot policemen and Spanish coal miners in Madrid, on July 11, 2012 during a miner's demonstration in protest at industry subsidy cuts that they say threaten their communities.

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A riot policeman stands behind an injured protester after clashes during a demonstration organized by Spain's "indignant" protesters to decry an economic crisis they say has "kidnapped" democracy, on September 25, 2012 in Madrid.

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Feyenoord fans arrested after that clash with riot police at Spagna Square on Febraury 19, 2015 in Rome, Italy.

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An anti-riot police officer walks in a street of Fortaleza after being injured during a protest against corruption and price hikes on June 19, 2013.

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Bolivia, La Paz: A photo reporter bleeds after being hit by a stone in a collision. A group of anti-government demonstrators blocked roads and demanded a run-off.

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Dead bodies lay covered on the ground during clashes with riot police in central Kiev on February 20, 2014 in Kiev.

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Vencer Crisostomo, Anakbayan chairperson, places his bloody hands on top of a police riot sheild after his hand was hit by a police riot stick.

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Unemployment Riots in Bristol, England.

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People assist a protester bleeding from his eye after he was injured during clashes with anti-riot police during a May Day rally in Bakirkoy, a district of Istanbul, on May 1, 2016.

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French riot police detain an injured man, during a demonstration against the controversial labour reforms of the French government in Paris on September 15, 2016.

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Riot policemen stand guard beside emptied containers lying in a pool of blood after red-shirted supporters of deposed Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra spilled blood at Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva's Democrat party offices, in Bangkok on March 16, 2010. Protesters spilled their own blood at the gates of Thailand's government headquarters in a colourful act of political theatre designed to propel their fugitive hero back to power, then took some of the blood to the Democrat party offices for another liquid protest, where a Hindu priest again began the symbolic spilling by invoking a curse against the government. It was the latest part of a pro-Thaksin demonstration that has drawn up to 100,000 protesters to the streets of Bangkok since the weekend, according to police, watched over by a 50,000-strong contingent of security forces.

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