Британские студенты устроили жуткие погромы

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TOPSHOTS A police officer, pictured through a broken window, shouts at demonstrators as they clash with police at 30 Millbank, during a student protest march, in central London on November 10, 2010. University students protesting against the British government's plans to triple tuition fees forced their way into the headquarters of Prime Minister David Cameron's party on Wednesday. In chaotic scenes, around 20 students got into the lobby of Millbank, a 1960s office building near the Houses of Parliament that houses the Conservative Party, an AFP reporter said. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL , Demonstrators smash windows as they break into 30 Millbank, the headquarters of Britain's Conservative Party, during a protest in central London on November 10, 2010. University students forced their way into the headquarters of British Prime Minister David Cameron's party on Wednesday during a chaotic protest against the government's plans to triple tuition fees. Dozens of demonstrators smashed ground-floor windows and charged into the lobby of 30 Millbank, a 1960s office building near the Houses of Parliament that houses the Conservative Party, an AFP reporter witnessed. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT , Police officers stand guard outside of 30 Millbank, the headquarters of Britain's Conservative Party, after demonstrators entered the buildind during a student protest march, in central London on November 10, 2010. University students forced their way into the headquarters of British Prime Minister David Cameron's party on Wednesday during a chaotic protest against the government's plans to triple tuition fees. Dozens of demonstrators smashed ground-floor windows and charged into the lobby of 30 Millbank, a 1960s office building near the Houses of Parliament that houses the Conservative Party, an AFP reporter witnessed. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL
TOPSHOTS A police officer, pictured through a broken window, shouts at demonstrators as they clash with police at 30 Millbank, during a student protest march, in central London on November 10, 2010. University students protesting against the British government's plans to triple tuition fees forced their way into the headquarters of Prime Minister David Cameron's party on Wednesday. In chaotic scenes, around 20 students got into the lobby of Millbank, a 1960s office building near the Houses of Parliament that houses the Conservative Party, an AFP reporter said. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL
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TOPSHOTS A police officer, pictured through a broken window, shouts at demonstrators as they clash with police at 30 Millbank, during a student protest march, in central London on November 10, 2010. University students protesting against the British government's plans to triple tuition fees forced their way into the headquarters of Prime Minister David Cameron's party on Wednesday. In chaotic scenes, around 20 students got into the lobby of Millbank, a 1960s office building near the Houses of Parliament that houses the Conservative Party, an AFP reporter said. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL , Demonstrators smash windows as they break into 30 Millbank, the headquarters of Britain's Conservative Party, during a protest in central London on November 10, 2010. University students forced their way into the headquarters of British Prime Minister David Cameron's party on Wednesday during a chaotic protest against the government's plans to triple tuition fees. Dozens of demonstrators smashed ground-floor windows and charged into the lobby of 30 Millbank, a 1960s office building near the Houses of Parliament that houses the Conservative Party, an AFP reporter witnessed. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
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A police officer guards the damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT
A police officer guards the damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A British police community support officer stands guard besides damage and graffiti left by protestors at 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A British police community support officer stands guard besides graffiti left by protestors on the walls of 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT
A police officer guards the damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A British police community support officer stands guard besides damage and graffiti left by protestors at 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A British police community support officer stands guard besides graffiti left by protestors on the walls of 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A man cleans graffiti off a wall of Millbank Tower next to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , The damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, is pictured in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A cleaner clears debris from the forecourt of the damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT
A police officer guards the damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A British police community support officer stands guard besides damage and graffiti left by protestors at 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT
A police officer guards the damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A British police community support officer stands guard besides damage and graffiti left by protestors at 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A British police community support officer stands guard besides graffiti left by protestors on the walls of 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A man cleans graffiti off a wall of Millbank Tower next to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT
A police officer guards the damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A British police community support officer stands guard besides damage and graffiti left by protestors at 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A British police community support officer stands guard besides graffiti left by protestors on the walls of 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A man cleans graffiti off a wall of Millbank Tower next to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , The damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, is pictured in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT
A police officer guards the damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A British police community support officer stands guard besides damage and graffiti left by protestors at 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A British police community support officer stands guard besides graffiti left by protestors on the walls of 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A man cleans graffiti off a wall of Millbank Tower next to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , The damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, is pictured in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A cleaner clears debris from the forecourt of the damaged entrance to 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. Fourteen people were injured and about 35 arrested after thousands of demonstrators besieged the 1960s office building near parliament, smashing their way through the glass frontage and wrecking the lobby. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT , A police officer inspects the damage caused by protestors to the outside of 30 Millbank, a building housing the headquarters of the British Conservative Party, in London, on November 11, 2010. British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned as "completely unacceptable" Thursday the actions of students who stormed his party's London headquarters in protest over plans to increase tuition fees. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT

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