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Ukrainian Topless Protest on Arrested Photographers Case
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 18 Jul.'11 / 16:35

When three bare-breasted young women from Ukraine’s female movement, Femen, were protesting outside the Georgian embassy in Kiev over the arrest of photojournalists in Georgia, a man, who walked out from the embassy, slapped one of the demonstrators and kicked and punched a photographer covering the event.

Activists from Femen, the movement which drew much of public attention with series of topless protests, were carrying mocked up guns with mocked up photo cameras instead of barrel in a protest action dubbed as “photo hunting”, parodying charges brought against photographers arrested in Georgia and accused for spying for Russia.

Georgia’s ambassador to Ukraine, Grigol Katamadze, confirmed to Georgian news agency, InterPressNews, that the man, who attacked participants of the demonstration and a photographer covering the event, was the embassy employee and a Georgian citizen.

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