The case of little Alfie Evans, condemned to die in a British hospital and to which the Justice of that country prevents traveling to Rome to be treated there, is shaking people of many countries.
In the last hours there have been rallies before British Embassies and Consulates and in emblematic places in several countries. I offer below images of some of these mobilizations:
— Yosemite Samsky (@YosemiteSamsky) 26 de abril de 2018
Belfast (Northern Ireland)
Demonstrators have gathered at Belfast City Hall in support of terminally ill toddler #AlfieEvans in Liverpool. His parents are back in court soon and hope to get him to Rome for treatment. More on @qnewsdesk pic.twitter.com/NAVtAH8LCU
— David Hunter (@davidhunter7) 25 de abril de 2018
Derry (Northern Ireland)
Derry (Irlanda del Norte)
Permanent Mission Of The United Kingdom to The United Nations.
— Kerry (@kerrykez30) 25 de abril de 2018
Santiago de Chile
(Main photo: Twitter @SuwerennaPL. Vigil in front of the Embassy of the United Kingdom in Warsaw this Wednesday in defense of Alfie Evans)
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