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Photos and videos, Amidane
Click on photo for larger version. All photos can be used for free, provided each photo is credited as written in italic below each photo. Exception are photos by Ketil Blom.
Published: 03.02 - 2009 22:13Printer version    
Amidane and the imprisoned younger brother, Elwali Amidane
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Photo: www.vest-sahara.no

Amidane after police violence, University of Marrakech, 2007
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Photo: www.vest-sahara.no

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Amidane's 14 year old little sister after police violence, while Amidane was visiting Norway, November 2007. Read more about the November 2007 storming of their house here.
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Photo: www.vest-sahara.no

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Demonstration in Oslo, November 2007. Les mer her.
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Photo: www.vest-sahara.no

Amidane's friend, Sultana Khaya, beaten blind by police, spring 2007. Les om Sultana i Aftenposten.
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On visit to Norway, 2007
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Photo: www.vest-sahara.no

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Photo: www.vest-sahara.no

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Photo: www.vest-sahara.no

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Photo: www.vest-sahara.no

With Norwegian prime minister, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg, 2007
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Photo: www.vest-sahara.no

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Photo: www.vest-sahara.no

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Photo: Ketil Blom Upon usage, the photographer must be contacted in advance, at ketilblom(at)gmail.com, tel +47 48278791.

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Photo: Ketil Blom Upon usage, the photographer must be contacted in advance, at ketilblom(at)gmail.com, tel +47 48278791.

Home in Western Sahara, 2008
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Photo: Maria Fonfara

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Photo: Maria Fonfara

Home in Western Sahara, 2009
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Photo: Private

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Photo: Private

Videos


University of Marrakech stormed by police, 14 May 2008. For more videos, and full format videos, se her.

Students receiving tear gas:


Tear gas raining down over university campus


Afterwards, campus looks devastated....



    




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