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  • Rare volutus clouds appeared in Luuk, Sulu. This type of clouds is also called coastal roll clouds, a low, horizontal, tube-shaped, and relatively rare type of arcus cloud usually appear to be "rolling" about a horizontal axis.

  • Truck in Sud live in S.Marco Evangelista in Caserta. The Motor Show

  • Cocolisap outbreak paralyzes livelihood of farmers in Basilan.

  • On the occasion of the Feast of Piedigrotta in Naples, there was a free concert of Ron.The Lombard songwriter has offered the songs of his latest album "The Power to Say Yes", a title that also gives the name to the tour, to which 26 other artists also collaborated. It contains 24 songs including a choral version of "A City to Sing". The album was also produced for the Aisla charity project, an online care, care and care package for SLA patients.

  • Abandoned gold mining well after the tragedy in 2012 killing hundreds of miners

  • J'Ouvert 2017, Brooklyn's classic Carnival pre-dawn celebration, received a maker over from City Hall after several consecutive events were marred by violence & fatalities. For the first time ever, J'Ouvert was set to start at 6:00 am rather than 4:00, & attendees were required to pass through security prior to entering the cordoned off zone. No alcohol, drugs or weapons were permitted. Larger numbers of police were on hand, both in the parade route & in adjacent neighborhoods.

  • "El Bombero Torero y los Enanitos Toreros" is a traditional show in which several dwarves and clowns perform as bullfighters in bullrings during Spanish fairs and festivals. Unlike traditional bullfights, calves are used instead of bulls, and these are not harmed nor killed. This comic show, which began in 1928, will definitely end on next September 15 2017.

  • Thousands of people desperate to get home after work cram onto a busy train - even sitting on the roof. Each carriage is packed with men, women and children - some hanging out windows - while those unable to fit inside make their way up on to the top of each of the carriages. Photographer Azim Khan Ronnie captured the incredible pictures at Dhaka's airport railway station in Bangladesh, as around 10,000 thousands everyday desperately tried to get home to celebrate Eid-ul-Adhab. The celebration, which begins on the 28 August and ends 1st September 2017. Eid al-Adha, also called the "Sacrifice Feast", is the second of two Muslim holidays celebrated worldwide each year, and considered the holier of the two.

  • A heart breaking astonishing situation - little child with parents and other family members. Father holding a huge oxygen cylinder and Mother holding the baby with the pipe inside nostrils of the little child rushing from one to the other department of the hospital for treatment without any support at the heritage hospital, Medical College,Kolkata on 27.8.2017

  • The smoke of a fire blown by the wind behind the dome of St. Peter at sunset seen from the Gianicolo

  • A number of home goers crowded at Kamalapur railway station in Dhaka on Saturday to book train seats for their destinations to celebrate Eid-ul-Azha, one of the biggest religious festivals of the Muslims, with their near and dear ones in the countryside. Many people queued up at the station since dawn out of fears that they would not get their expected tickets which were scheduled to be sold from 8:00am. Bangladesh Railway on Friday began selling advance tickets for holidaymakers for August 27 as three-day public holiday on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha begins from September 1. On Saturday, the railway was selling advance tickets for August 28. The BR authority said they would continue to sell advance train tickets until August 23 from 8:00am…

  • Ringflash views of cosplayers seen during the SMASH! Convention (Sydney Manga and Anime Show). SMASH is the biggest pop culture convention in Australia, dedicated to artists, and creators in the creative industry, focusing on comics, games, toys, films, and animations.

  • In commemorating the 72nd anniversary of Indonesia's Independence, the people of Aceh held several games such as pillow fighting and soccer sarong.

  • The Italian Orchestra is an Italian music group founded by Renzo Arbore in 1991 with the aim of reviving Neapolitan music in the world, re-proposing it innovatively and using contaminations from different cultures and genres (jazz, swing, blues).On the occasion of the Mozzarella Festival in Cancello and Arnone in the province of Caserta, Renzo Arbore performed for the audience in his most famous repertoire with the fans' happiness.

  • A great show of fireworks under the stars awaits you at Acquamorta, Monte di Procida, Naples, on August 16th. For summer festivals, pyrotechnic fires are a constant, and so to celebrate the August and the feast of Our Lady of Assumption. The Marina di Monte di Procida will light up in a thousand colors with this great pyrotechnic show.

  • The Spanish town of Leganes, on the outskirts of Madrid, celebrated the Annual International Living statues Contest. The term living statue refers to a street artist who poses like a statue or mannequin, usually with realistic statue-like makeup, sometimes for hours at a time.

  • August 15 is celebrated the Virgin Mary Assumption with the competition that takes place during the so-called pole of soap. Over one hundred years of history for the "soap pole" ("pennone", in dialect Pozzuoli), which was held the day of August on Caligula dock of Pozzuoli. A popular tradition, organized every year by the fishermen of Pozzuoli. The event consists of three flags in the race to fixed ends of a pole covered with soap and facing the sea, in order to collect them before they fall into the water. The "pennone" and has collected a great success by all puteolana citizenship. In the evening the anniversary is celebrated with a procession in honor of Our Lady and a show of fireworks.

  • Flags of the Partito Democratico at Festa dell'Unità.

  • Donald Trump’s fanbase in Dhaka now has an official hangout spot — a restaurant here which has been named Trump Cafe in the US President’s honour. Saiful Islam, a Bangladeshi entrepreneur and a big fan of Trump, founded the cafe and decided to use the President’s name for his coffee shop in Dhaka. Bringing his idea to fruition was not easy. Saiful had to prove to the authorities that he was the real owner of the business and the President had nothing to do with it. The ‘Trump Cafe’ offers Chinese, Indian and Thai cuisine and other fast food items on its menu. “I did not start the business with any specific thought in mind, just the fact that I am a big fan of US President Donald Trump,” Saiful was quoted as saying. Along with other regular…

  • Apice is a small center on the border between the Avellino province and the province of Benevento. Today it is divided into Apice Nuova and Apice Vecchia since, following the earthquake of 1962, the municipal administration decided to move the entire population to a new part of the territory. From that moment on, everything has remained unaltered: time seems to have stopped in a snapshot of 40 years ago. At the entrance to the old town there is a Norman castle dating back to the 8th century that surrounds the entire town and opposes other buildings to the way it is preserved. Going through the many lanes, up the narrow streets, you can notice how the environment has been altered only by the ineluctable flow of time and nature that, decidedly,…

  • Revelers take part in a LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) pride parade on the day of Gaijatra festival in Kathmandu. Thousands participate in the parade in demand of equal rights in the society.

  • Partial lunar eclipse seen in the sky of Indonesia. Partial lunar eclipse occur as the earth moves between the sun and the moon, but not parallel.

  • The actor Roberto Azzurro stabbed to the grave throat Neapolitan actor-director Roberto Azzurro is admitted to the “Rummo” Benevento hospital in very bad condition after having been stabbed to the throat by perhaps some of the robbers.In photo archive Roberto Azzurro

  • Lake Vico is thrilled by the bargain, dozens of boats race to get prime. The districts of Ronciglione form the teams and boats run by rowers to cross the entire lake in a breathtaking race.

  • It was held yesterday in Qualiano in the province of Naples, the Press Conference for Gran Gala that will be held on September 2 for the event "La Mela e la Luna", all dedicated to the memory of Paolo Villaggio, who disappeared shortly ago and who had given his willingness to be present at Qualiano before his departure.

  • The US songwriter of Italian origin, Laura Pergolizzi, known as LP's art name, has performed live at the Gru Village Festival. The real thing is, she has just come up with her fourth album titled "Lost on you", released in December 2016.

  • Illegal drugs related killings continues.

  • The drought that is affecting the city of Rome and the surrounding areas of the capital prompted the Governorate of the State of the Vatican City to take measures to save water, including the firing off of the fountains of St. Peter's Square

  • Thousands of commuters and travelers try to find a spot on the train - with many resorting to standing on the roof and holding onto the front. With no seats and not many trains, people are forced to resort to grabbing hold of the outside and standing on the roof so they can get home. I was able to capture the dangerous overcrowding as people tried to board trains at Tongi, Bangladesh. Between 8,000-10,000 people were trying to find any possible space to board the trains. People jumps one train to another train in Biswa Ijtema 2017 Dhaka, Bangladesh. During Bishwa Ijtema people jump one train to another train with life risk for back to home.

  • Merrill Beth Nisker, better known by her stage name Peaches, is a Canadian electronic musician and performance artist. Gender identity is one theme of Peaches' music, often playing with traditional notions of gender roles representation. Her lyrics and live shows consciously blur the distinction between male and female

  • Art of dance Kuda lumping is a dance art that is played by using the equipment of horse artificial made of woven bamboo or braid colored painted and given the motif like a horse and given a clone hair, in a Kuda Lumping dance show featuring attractions that show supernatural powers smelling Magical, like attractions chew glass, immunity showered with whip lashes, peeling coconut with mouth and others.

  • Dozens of models & thousands of spectators filled Washington Square Park to participate in artist Andy Golub's body painting day. Models of all ages & body types stood to be illustrated by artists, in some instances other models.

  • Alvaro Soler, Spanish Latin pop musician, performs on stage Arena Flegrea in Napoli for his Summer Tour 2017

  • Alvaro Soler performing live on stage for “SUMMER TOUR 2017" in Napoli at Arena Flegra.

  • Yesterday the Michele Zarrillo concert was held at the Pizza Expò in Caserta, the event In the gardens of Villa Carolina, adjacent to the Caserta Palace,which houses the excellence of gastronomy, and offers pizzas and food in all its declinations.

  • Musical walk through the Garbatella streets in Rome of Sumoud Guirab, a band of Palestinian musicians of bagpipes from the Burj al Shemali refugee camp, located in southern Lebanon, a few miles from the occupied Palestinian Territories

  • Exhibited shabu as much as 1 ton was captured at Wanderlust Ship that wrapped in some plastic and sack. Six people all of them are Taiwanese nationals was arrested. Customs appreciate the ranks of the National Police and BNN because we have been very closely guarding all the borders of smuggling activities, including drugs, said Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of Finance.

  • Einstürzende Neubauten ("Collapsing New Buildings") is a German industrial band, originally from West Berlin, formed in 1980. The group currently is composed of Blixa Bargeld (lead vocals: guitar; keyboard), Alexander Hacke (bass;vocals), N.U. Unruh (custom-made instruments, percussion, vocals), Jochen Arbeit (guitar; vocals), and Rudolf Moser (custom-built instruments, percussion, and vocals). One of their trademarks is the use of custom-built instruments, predominantly made out of scrap metal and building tools, and noises, in addition to standard musical instruments. Their early albums were unremittingly harsh, with Bargeld's vocals shouted and screamed above a din of banging and scraping metal percussion. Subsequent recordings…

  • A 500 year old tree's unusual roots appear to create an entire grove of eerie trees. The Banyan tree's vertical roots reach downwards from as high as 30ft up, with the main tree towering above it. The tree, the only one of its kind in the surrounding forest, in Dhamrai, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  • This morning at the Furore Fjord in the province of Salerno was the 31st edition of the world-class diving tournament from the great heights, this was a very important stage that is part of the world tour. Of the 28 meters high challenged by 15 athletes from all over the world, as always Furore's is a very beautiful location and today it was accompanied by sighted spectators to enjoy the spectacle of the dives and the beauties of the place

  • The Mostra d'Oltremare the Festival of Naples. It is the largest international festival ever realized in Italy with the presence of 15 thematic festivals that took place all Simultaneously in a mega-event that has allowed visitors to know many cultures and to travel virtually to some of the most fascinating countries in the world. A huge and exciting "giro del mondo" to km zero, to the enrollment of the food, the music, the folklore, the craftsmanship and the excellence of the different countries of the world. Feel in a magical atmosphere, For example, dancing with Irish and Celtic dances, enjoying Spanish specialties, discovering the charm of Indian history, knowing Japanese spirituality, plunging into the African atmosphere,…

  • New York celebrated the third annual Disability Pride with a colorful parade, marching from Union Square Park to Madison Square Park on July 9, 2017. The event promotes inclusion, awareness, and visibility of people with disabilities, and redefine public perception of disability by participating in an annual Disability Pride parade in New York City and to show support and solidarity with people with disabilities. This year ‘Speechless’ Actor Micah Fowler was the Grand Marshall at the 2017 Disability Pride NYC Parade

  • The Ludika group reports the Middle Ages in the city, reviving historical archaeologists. Exhibitions with swords, vintage dresses, majestic birds of prey populate for three days the city of the Popes among curious tourists and interested citizens. The purpose of the event is not only fun but to make known the city of medieval origin where Guelph and Ghibellines fought in Frederick II's time.

  • Thousands joined the bycicle-demo in Hamburg to protest the G20.

  • Tourists look for refrigeration in the fountains for the extraordinary hot wave that is hitting Rome these days

  • Discovering the fantastic world of butterflies. It is held in Naples in the splendid scenario of the complex of San Lorenzo Maggiore an exhibition dedicated to butterflies in search of their world with a detailed explanation of their four major stages of a life cycle of a butterfly: egg, caterpillar, pupa (or chrysalis) and adult. Real free butterflies in an aviary to fly the flight. A world to discover where to get lost.

  • In order to commemorate the anniversary of the police of republic Indonesia, police resort of Karo district carry out flower sowing in the garden of the hero's tomb.

  • After a protest camp against G20 in Hamburg was evicted aggressively by police yesterday, activists gathered in Munich to show their solidarity with the activists in Hamburg and to protest for the right to protest.

  • The comedian Mariano Bruno, interpreter of the character "Pigroman" of the cast of the "Made in Sud" television show, during a show in Casoria in the province of Naples.

  • An international event, a tour of the World in the spirit of happiness, music, gastronomy, traditions, excellence of some of the world's most fascinating worlds within the enchanting setting of the most beautiful city in the world, Naples.

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