Рим захлестнули беспорядки

16 Октября 2011, 10:54

15 октября десятки тысяч человек съехались в Рим, чтобы протестовать против финансовой политики властей. Фото AFP

Protesters are pictured during a demonstration in Rome on October 15, 2011. Protesters set fire to a government building, torched cars and smashed bank windows in Rome in the worst violence of worldwide demonstrations against corporate greed and government cutbacks.Tens of thousands took to the streets of the Italian capital for a march that turned violent and equal numbers rallied in Madrid and Lisbon. Protestors launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries across the planet in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
TOPSHOTS Protesters are pictured near a car in fire during a demonstration in Rome on October 15, 2011. Tens of thousands marched in Rome today as part of a global day of protests inspired by the "Occupy Wall Street" and "Indignant" movements, with the Italian capital under a security lockdown. Protesters launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO/ MARIO LAPORTA
Protesters are pictured in tear gas during a demonstration in Rome on October 15, 2011. Protesters set fire to a government building, torched cars and smashed bank windows in Rome in the worst violence of worldwide demonstrations against corporate greed and government cutbacks.Tens of thousands took to the streets of the Italian capital for a march that turned violent and equal numbers rallied in Madrid and Lisbon. Protestors launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries across the planet in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
An anti-riot police stands as demonstrators throw flares during a demonstration, in Rome on October 15, 2011. Tens of thousands marched in Rome today as part of a global day of protests inspired by the "Occupy Wall Street" and "Indignant" movements, with the Italian capital under a security lockdown. Protesters launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries. AFP PHOTO/ ALBERTO PIZZOLI
Masked demonstrators throw projectiles to anti-riot police squad during a demonstration, in Rome on October 15, 2011. Tens of thousands marched in Rome today as part of a global day of protests inspired by the "Occupy Wall Street" and "Indignant" movements, with the Italian capital under a security lockdown. Protesters launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries. AFP PHOTO/ ALBERTO PIZZOLI
A protester uses an extinguisher to break a window during a demonstration in Rome on October 15, 2011. Protesters set fire to a government building, torched cars and smashed bank windows in Rome in the worst violence of worldwide demonstrations against corporate greed and government cutbacks.Tens of thousands took to the streets of the Italian capital for a march that turned violent and equal numbers rallied in Madrid and Lisbon. Protestors launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries across the planet in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
Protesters face the Police during a demonstration in Rome on October 15, 2011. Tens of thousands marched in Rome today as part of a global day of protests inspired by the "Occupy Wall Street" and "Indignant" movements, with the Italian capital under a security lockdown. Protesters launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries. AFP PHOTO/ MARIO LAPORTA
Anti-riot policemen walk by a Police van in fire during a demonstration in Rome on October 15, 2011. Tens of thousands marched in Rome today as part of a global day of protests inspired by the "Occupy Wall Street" and "Indignant" movements, with the Italian capital under a security lockdown. Protesters launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries. AFP PHOTO / MARIO LAPORTA
Policemen protect themselves from protesters attacks during a demonstration, in Rome on October 15, 2011. Clashes broke out at an anti-capitalist protest in Rome attended by tens of thousands of people as part of a global day of protests inspired by the "Occupy Wall Street" and "Indignant" movements, with one group setting fire to a government office and riot police firing tear gas and water. Protestors launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
Protesters use extinguishers towards riot police during a demonstration, in Rome on October 15, 2011. Clashes broke out at an anti-capitalist protest in Rome attended by tens of thousands of people as part of a global day of protests inspired by the "Occupy Wall Street" and "Indignant" movements, with one group setting fire to a government office and riot police firing tear gas and water. Protestors launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
Policemen walk toward protesters during a demonstration in Rome on October 15, 2011. Protesters set fire to a government building, torched cars and smashed bank windows in Rome in the worst violence of worldwide demonstrations against corporate greed and government cutbacks.Tens of thousands took to the streets of the Italian capital for a march that turned violent and equal numbers rallied in Madrid and Lisbon. Protestors launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries across the planet in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A protester throws back a teargas to Policemen during a demonstration in Rome on October 15, 2011. Protesters set fire to a government building, torched cars and smashed bank windows in Rome in the worst violence of worldwide demonstrations against corporate greed and government cutbacks.Tens of thousands took to the streets of the Italian capital for a march that turned violent and equal numbers rallied in Madrid and Lisbon. Protestors launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries across the planet in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A car in fire is pictured during a demonstration in Rome on October 15, 2011. Protesters set fire to a government building, torched cars and smashed bank windows in Rome in the worst violence of worldwide demonstrations against corporate greed and government cutbacks.Tens of thousands took to the streets of the Italian capital for a march that turned violent and equal numbers rallied in Madrid and Lisbon. Protestors launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries across the planet in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A demonstrator holds a poster reading "throw a shoe at Silvio" during a demonstration, in Rome on October 15, 2011. Tens of thousands marched in Rome today as part of a global day of protests inspired by the "Occupy Wall Street" and "Indignant" movements, with the Italian capital under a security lockdown. Protesters launched worldwide street demonstrations on October 15 against corporate greed and biting cutbacks in a rolling action targetting 951 cities in 82 countries. AFP PHOTO/ ALBERTO PIZZOLI

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