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2012 Occupy METI eviction protest(56 images)

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There has been an ant-nuclear energy camp outside the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry since September 2011. On January 27th the camp, which had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano earlier, was scheduled for forcible eviction by the police. The deadline for the protesters to leave was 5pm. Over 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however and the...
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  • Banners and signs on three tents at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
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  • Banners and signs on three tents at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Banners and signs on three tents at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters check radiation readings on a Geiger counter at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Activist, Sumiko Masunaga (88) at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th, as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Activist, Sumiko Masunaga (88) at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th, as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Government workers in suits walk past an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Activist, Sumiko Masunaga (88) at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th, as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Activist, Sumiko Masunaga (88) at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th, as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Banners and signs on three tents at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • A banner portraying Minister Yukio Edano as a pig eating nuclear industry money at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Women protesters playing music at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg
  • Protesters at an anti-nuclear power demo and occupy Tokyo protest outside the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday 27th January 2012. The protest has been running from September 2011 and was scheduled for forcible eviction by police at 5pm on January 27th as the camp had been declared a fire risk by Minister Yukio Edano, with around 500 supporters and protesters turning up to resist the eviction however the camp was still in place the night of the 27th.
    dc occupy t...jpg


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