Edición:
América Latina
Fotos | viernes 17 de enero de 2020 17:30 CLST

French public sector strikes against pension reform

Striking workers block the entry at the glass Pyramid of the Louvre museum in Paris on the 44th consecutive day of strikes, January 17.   REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Striking workers block the entry at the glass Pyramid of the Louvre museum in Paris on the 44th consecutive day of strikes, January 17. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Striking workers block the entry at the glass Pyramid of the Louvre museum in Paris on the 44th consecutive day of strikes, January 17. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
Close
1 / 25
French lawyers on strike demonstrate against French government's pensions reform plans at the courthouse in Lyon on the 44th consecutive day of strikes, January 17.  
 REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

French lawyers on strike demonstrate against French government's pensions reform plans at the courthouse in Lyon on the 44th consecutive day of strikes, January 17. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

French lawyers on strike demonstrate against French government's pensions reform plans at the courthouse in Lyon on the 44th consecutive day of strikes, January 17. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot
Close
2 / 25
A protester holds a flare during a demonstration of French labor union members and workers on the 38th consecutive day, in Paris, January 11.   REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

A protester holds a flare during a demonstration of French labor union members and workers on the 38th consecutive day, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

A protester holds a flare during a demonstration of French labor union members and workers on the 38th consecutive day, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
Close
3 / 25
A man tries to extinguish an advertisement board set on fire during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11.   REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

A man tries to extinguish an advertisement board set on fire during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

A man tries to extinguish an advertisement board set on fire during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
Close
4 / 25
French labor union members and workers on strike hold a placard with a portrait of French President Macron as King Louis XVI on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 9.      REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

French labor union members and workers on strike hold a placard with a portrait of French President Macron as King Louis XVI on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 9. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

French labor union members and workers on strike hold a placard with a portrait of French President Macron as King Louis XVI on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 9. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Close
5 / 25
Riot police stand during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11.     
  REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Riot police stand during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Riot police stand during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
Close
6 / 25
A demonstrator faces off with French gendarmes during a demonstration in Nantes on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9.      

REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

A demonstrator faces off with French gendarmes during a demonstration in Nantes on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

A demonstrator faces off with French gendarmes during a demonstration in Nantes on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
Close
7 / 25
French CGT dock workers on strike attend a demonstration in Nantes on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9.  
 REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

French CGT dock workers on strike attend a demonstration in Nantes on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

French CGT dock workers on strike attend a demonstration in Nantes on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
Close
8 / 25
Honey-colored giant teddy bears are seen near French police during a demonstration on the 43rd consecutive day of strikes, January 16.    REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Honey-colored giant teddy bears are seen near French police during a demonstration on the 43rd consecutive day of strikes, January 16. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Honey-colored giant teddy bears are seen near French police during a demonstration on the 43rd consecutive day of strikes, January 16. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Close
9 / 25
French lawyers on strike hang their lawyers' robes as they demonstrate inside the courthouse in Lyon, January 13.     
  REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

French lawyers on strike hang their lawyers' robes as they demonstrate inside the courthouse in Lyon, January 13. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

French lawyers on strike hang their lawyers' robes as they demonstrate inside the courthouse in Lyon, January 13. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot
Close
10 / 25
A view shows the Palais Garnier opera house with a banner that reads ''Paris opera on strike' on the 20th day of strikes, in Paris, December 24.  
  REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

A view shows the Palais Garnier opera house with a banner that reads ''Paris opera on strike' on the 20th day of strikes, in Paris, December 24. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

A view shows the Palais Garnier opera house with a banner that reads ''Paris opera on strike' on the 20th day of strikes, in Paris, December 24. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
Close
11 / 25
A couple hugs during a demonstration on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 9.  
  REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

A couple hugs during a demonstration on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 9. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

A couple hugs during a demonstration on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 9. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Close
12 / 25
Riot police walk during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11.     
  REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Riot police walk during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Riot police walk during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
Close
13 / 25
French mathematics teacher Pierre Coste speaks with French President Emmanuel Macron about the government's pensions overhaul at the Beaumont Palace in Pau, January 14.   


Georges Gobet/Pool via REUTERS

French mathematics teacher Pierre Coste speaks with French President Emmanuel Macron about the government's pensions overhaul at the Beaumont Palace in Pau, January 14. Georges Gobet/Pool via REUTERS

French mathematics teacher Pierre Coste speaks with French President Emmanuel Macron about the government's pensions overhaul at the Beaumont Palace in Pau, January 14. Georges Gobet/Pool via REUTERS
Close
14 / 25
Protesters walk with red flares during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Lyon, January 11.  
  REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

Protesters walk with red flares during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Lyon, January 11. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

Protesters walk with red flares during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Lyon, January 11. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot
Close
15 / 25
A man holds a French flag during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11.  
 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

A man holds a French flag during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

A man holds a French flag during a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
Close
16 / 25
Riot police line up behind a cloud of tear gas on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11.  
  REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Riot police line up behind a cloud of tear gas on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Riot police line up behind a cloud of tear gas on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
Close
17 / 25
French labor union members and workers on strike attend a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11.   REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

French labor union members and workers on strike attend a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

French labor union members and workers on strike attend a demonstration on the 38th consecutive day of strikes, in Paris, January 11. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
Close
18 / 25
A demonstrator wears a mask depicting French President Macron as French labor union members and workers on strike attend a demonstration in Nantes, on the 36th consecutive day of strikes. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

A demonstrator wears a mask depicting French President Macron as French labor union members and workers on strike attend a demonstration in Nantes, on the 36th consecutive day of strikes. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

A demonstrator wears a mask depicting French President Macron as French labor union members and workers on strike attend a demonstration in Nantes, on the 36th consecutive day of strikes. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
Close
19 / 25
French CGT labor union workers attend a demonstration against the French government's pension reform plans in Marseille, December 10. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier

French CGT labor union workers attend a demonstration against the French government's pension reform plans in Marseille, December 10. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier

French CGT labor union workers attend a demonstration against the French government's pension reform plans in Marseille, December 10. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
Close
20 / 25
Jerome Rodrigues, one of the leading figures of the yellow vests movement, applies an icepack on his eye after he was injured during a demonstration on the 24th consecutive day of strikes in Paris, December 28.   REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Jerome Rodrigues, one of the leading figures of the yellow vests movement, applies an icepack on his eye after he was injured during a demonstration on the 24th consecutive day of strikes in Paris, December 28. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Jerome Rodrigues, one of the leading figures of the yellow vests movement, applies an icepack on his eye after he was injured during a demonstration on the 24th consecutive day of strikes in Paris, December 28. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Close
21 / 25
French CGT dock workers on strike attend a demonstration in Marseille on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9.    REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier

French CGT dock workers on strike attend a demonstration in Marseille on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier

French CGT dock workers on strike attend a demonstration in Marseille on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
Close
22 / 25
French students attend a demonstration with French labor union members and workers on strike in Nantes, on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9.    
    REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

French students attend a demonstration with French labor union members and workers on strike in Nantes, on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

French students attend a demonstration with French labor union members and workers on strike in Nantes, on the 36th consecutive day of strikes, January 9. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
Close
23 / 25
Protestors gather near the sculpture "Le lion de Belfort", located at Denfert-Dochereau place, during a demonstration  in Paris, December 10.   REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Protestors gather near the sculpture "Le lion de Belfort", located at Denfert-Dochereau place, during a demonstration in Paris, December 10. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Protestors gather near the sculpture "Le lion de Belfort", located at Denfert-Dochereau place, during a demonstration in Paris, December 10. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Close
24 / 25
Police stand ready as protestors run away from teargas during a demonstration against the French government's pension reform plans in Paris, December 5.    
  REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

Police stand ready as protestors run away from teargas during a demonstration against the French government's pension reform plans in Paris, December 5. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

Police stand ready as protestors run away from teargas during a demonstration against the French government's pension reform plans in Paris, December 5. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
Close
25 / 25

Siguiente Galería

Coastal Canadian town abuzz over possible move there by Harry and Meghan

Images from the Saanich Peninsula, a part of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, an area where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their son Archie took a...

lunes 13 de enero de 2020

Daisy the robot recycles Apple iPhones

Inside a nondescript warehouse on the outskirts of Austin, Texas, Apple's Daisy robot has been designed to break apart iPhones so that 14 minerals, including...

viernes 10 de enero de 2020

Philippines' Catholics parade 'Black Nazarene' in celebration of Christ

Hundreds of thousands of Roman Catholics in the Philippines thronged around a centuries-old black wooden statue of Jesus Christ believed to have healing powers,...

jueves 9 de enero de 2020

Best of CES

Highlights from the technology show in Las Vegas.

miércoles 8 de enero de 2020

Más en Fotos

Inside New York City, epicenter of U.S. coronavirus outbreak

Inside New York City, epicenter of U.S. coronavirus outbreak

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio projected that over half of the city of more than 8 million people will become infected with coronavirus and appealed to the federal government to provide New York with more ventilators to face a public health crisis he estimated would last into May.

Goats invade Welsh seaside resort town

Goats invade Welsh seaside resort town

A herd of Kashmir goats has invaded the seaside resort of Llandudno, Wales, and are now feasting on garden hedges and flowers after the coronavirus lockdown left the streets deserted.

Mass disinfections to combat coronavirus

Mass disinfections to combat coronavirus

Mass disinfections have become a common sight in the fight against coronavirus, from Turkey s Grand Bazaar to Mexico's bridges to India's migrant workers.

Notable people diagnosed with coronavirus

Notable people diagnosed with coronavirus

Public figures who have tested positive for COVID-19.

On the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic

On the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic

On the frontlines as medical workers and cleaners battle to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Thanking coronavirus frontline workers

Thanking coronavirus frontline workers

People show appreciation with applause, signs of support and meals for the frontline workers combating the coronavirus.

Homeless stuck on the streets during coronavirus lockdown

Homeless stuck on the streets during coronavirus lockdown

As most of the world headed indoors to wait out the coronavirus, the homeless are stranded with nowhere else to go.

Inside Italy, country hardest hit by coronavirus

Inside Italy, country hardest hit by coronavirus

Italy, which accounts for more than a third of all global coronavirus fatalities, saw its total death toll rise to 11,591 since the outbreak emerged in northern regions in February.

Life in the age of coronavirus

Life in the age of coronavirus

People around the world adapt to a new normal of social distancing, masks and empty streets during the coronavirus pandemic.