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PETA’s activist protests outside Air France Dubai office

An activist of the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is seen imprisoned in tiny cage with a banner reading: 'Air France, Stop Shipping Primates to Labs,' outside Air France's main office in Dubai, on June 11, 2014. Air France is the only airliner that is still engaged in shipping monkeys to laboratories after many have banned the shipment of primates bound for experimentation, according to a statement by PETA.

PETA’s activist protests outside Air France Dubai office
People look at an activist of the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) imprisoned in tiny cage with a banner reading: 'Air France, Stop Shipping Primates to Labs,' outside Air France's main office in Dubai, on June 11, 2014. Air France is the only airliner that is still engaged in shipping monkeys to laboratories after many have banned the shipment of primates bound for experimentation, according to a statement by PETA. (AFP/Getty Images)
PETA’s activist protests outside Air France Dubai office
An Emirati man looks at an activist of the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) imprisoned in tiny cage with a banner reading: 'Air France, Stop Shipping Primates to Labs,' outside Air France's main office in Dubai, on June 11, 2014. Air France is the only airliner that is still engaged in shipping monkeys to laboratories after many have banned the shipment of primates bound for experimentation, according to a statement by PETA. (AFP/Getty Images)
PETA’s activist protests outside Air France Dubai office
An activist of the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is seen imprisoned in tiny cage with a banner reading: 'Air France, Stop Shipping Primates to Labs,' outside Air France's main office in Dubai, on June 11, 2014. Air France is the only airliner that is still engaged in shipping monkeys to laboratories after many have banned the shipment of primates bound for experimentation, according to a statement by PETA. (AFP/Getty Images)
PETA’s activist protests outside Air France Dubai office
People look at an activist of the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) imprisoned in tiny cage with a banner reading: 'Air France, Stop Shipping Primates to Labs,' outside Air France's main office in Dubai, on June 11, 2014. Air France is the only airliner that is still engaged in shipping monkeys to laboratories after many have banned the shipment of primates bound for experimentation, according to a statement by PETA. (AFP/Getty Images)
PETA’s activist protests outside Air France Dubai office
Emmy-Award winning actor James Cromwell steps into a cage joining PETA protesters holding placards and shouting slogans in front of the Air France international terminal at Los Angeles International Airport on April 28, 2014 in Los Angeles, California to protest against the airline's cruelty to monkeys. The protesters are demanding Air France join every other major airline in the world and stop flying thousands of monkeys to laboratories, 'where they are caged, cut into, poisoned, crippled, deprived of food and water, infected with deadly diseases, and killed.' (AFP/Getty Images)
PETA’s activist protests outside Air France Dubai office
Emmy-Award winning actor James Cromwell is photographed in a cage joining PETA protesters holding placards and shouting slogans in front of the Air France international terminal at Los Angeles International Airport on April 28, 2014 in Los Angeles, California to protest against the airline's alleged cruelty to monkeys. The protesters are demanding Air France join every other major airline in the world and stop flying thousands of monkeys to laboratories, 'where they are caged, cut into, poisoned, crippled, deprived of food and water, infected with deadly diseases, and killed.' (AFP/Getty Images)
PETA’s activist protests outside Air France Dubai office
Indian boxer and Olympics bronze medal winner Vijender Singh poses during a joint promotional event by Wills Lifestyle India Fashion week and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) in New Delhi on March 28, 2014. Singh is campaigning with PETA for the boycott of animal circuses. (AFP/Getty Images)
PETA’s activist protests outside Air France Dubai office
A policeman directs traffic as PETA protesters hold placards and shout slogans in front of the Air France international terminal at Los Angeles International Airport on April 28, 2014 in Los Angeles, California, where they were joined by Emmy-Award winning actor James Cromwell who stepped into a cage to protest against the airline's alleged cruelty to monkeys. The protesters are demanding Air France join every other major airline in the world and stop flying thousands of monkeys to laboratories, 'where they are caged, cut into, poisoned, crippled, deprived of food and water, infected with deadly diseases, and killed.' (AFP/Getty Images)