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  • The protesters denounced the detentions of resistance leaders by NIA and arrests across Kashmir.The Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) on Tuesday staged a protest in Maisuma here to condemn the National Investigating Agency (NIA) raids, detentions and killings in Kashmir.

  • West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee paints the eye of Durga idol at community puja pandal or temporary platform ahead of Durga Puja Festival on September 19, 2017 in Kolkata.

  • The family of Mudasir Javed, a Junior Engineer, who allegedly committed suicide few months back, Tuesday staged protest, demanding re-arrest of the accused husband saying that he was bailed out without proper investigation.* _The family and relatives of Mudasir holding the banners and placards displaying, the image of Mudasir and her son and slogans assembled at Srinagar’s press Enclave and chanted slogans like ‘we want justice.’_ The protesting family alleged that after arresting few members of the in-laws of Mudasir including her husband, police failed to file a strong against them as a result they were bailed out by court of law. They demanded that the husband of Mudasir and her in-laws should be re-arrested and a strong case should…

  • Students Union of Gujjar and Bakarwal Hostels of Jammu and Kashmir Tuesday while staging a protest expressed deep concern over the functioning of Gujjar and Bakarwal hostels across State. Scores of students staying in different hostels assembled here in Press Enclave Srinagar and alleged that the inmates of boys and girls Gujjar Bakarwal hostels are deprived of the basic facilities. They said that the poor students whose parents can’t afford books, uniform and even balanced diet are given admission in these hostels but unfortunately the concerned authorities fail to provide these facilities to them. They said that the maintenance of Gujjar and Bakarwal hostels is a matter of concern as there is no comprehensive policy in this regard.…

  • President Donald Trump was among a number of world leaders who addressed the opening of the seventy-second United Nations General Assembly.

  • Anganwadi workers continue hunger strike for 2nd day. An anganwadi worker attempted self-immolation during a protest in Srinagar on Tuesday 19 September 2017. How do we run our homes, ask protesting Anganwadi workers Workers get very less wages per month and helpers get very less per month for working six days a week... How do we run our homes?” Anganwadi workers protest here in Press Enclave Srinagar. Their demand was to enhance their salaries.

  • Sunny cool weather fills the empty Lazienki Park after a long rainy period.

  • Secretary of the Northern League Matteo Salvini meets protesters from The Penitentiary Police, on September 19, 2017 in Rome, Italy. The Penitentiary Police (Polizia Penitenziaria) are protesting in Rome for better working conditions. They are responsible for law and order in the Italian Prison system.

  • Photocall of US film "Blade Runner 2049" with director Denis Villeneuve and Dutch actress Sylvia Hoeks

  • A protest march marking the fourth anniversary since the murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas descended into chaos on Monday as protestors and police clashed in the Piraeus suburb of Keratsini. Riot police used tear gas to disperse a group of demonstrators who threw stones at the entrance of the mayor’s office in the centre of Keratsini where Fyssas was murdered by members of the far-right party Golden Dawn. The musician’s family and anti-racist groups, gathered at the spot where Fyssas was killed, and then marched through the neighbourhoods of Keratsini and Drapetsona to reach Kastraki, at the port of Piraeus, for a tribute concert. “Our goal is that [this event] should serve as a rallying call for action as the Golden Dawn trial enters into the…

  • Primer Beata Szydlo held joint press statement with Estonian Prime Minister Jüri Ratas in Warsaw's chancellery.

  • According to the latest UN report, nearly 400,000 Rohingya refugees have crossed over to Bangladesh. The Rohingya people, living in the Rakhine State of Myanmar, are fleeing their homes they have lived in for 200 years. Subject to discrimination for years and not recognised as citizens, the Rohingyas, the majority of whom are Muslims, have for so long been able to eke out a living on agriculture and small farming. With little expectations from the state to guarantee them equal rights, all they want is to till their own land, harvest their crops and live in peace and security.

  • Hindu devotees pray and take a dip in holy river Ganges to offer homage to their ancestors as he take parts in Tarpan rituals on the occasion of Mahalaya on September 19, 2017 in Kolkata. Bengali Hindu observe Mahalaya the last day of Pitri Pakhsha (fortnight if the fore fathers) by paying homage to ancestor in banks of river Ganges. Bengali all over the world will be marking the festival Durga Puja representing the victory of good over evil and the celebration of female power from September 26 which fell in Devi paksha.

  • Prime Ministers of Estland Jüri Ratas welcomed by Prime Minister Beata Szydlo for official visit in Warsaw.

  • September is considered as 'National Peace Consciousness Month' in the Philippines and in line with this celebration, the Philippine Marines organized 'Football for Peace' and 'Kite for Peace' festival in Luuk, Sulu. The two day event is filled with football and kite competitions which aims to instill the value of honesty, camaraderie and teamwork towards a peaceful community. Sulu is the home of the terrorist and kidnap for ransom group Abu Sayyaff and one of the mission of these festivals is to prevent the young generations in joining the ASG.

  • Rise and Resist, a direct action group conducted a demonstration focused on the administration's racist policies at the main corridor of Grand Central Terminal, followed by a march to Times Square. A total of 10 demonstrators were arrested during the march.

  • A sports festival “Jashan-E-Dal and Shikara Race - 2017” being organized by Jammu and Kashmir Police in the world famous Dal Lake, was declared open at a colourful function held at Nehru Park this afternoon. Various water sports events including Shikara Race will be organised during the 3-day festival.

  • A rope made of knotted sheets like the ones used in the escapes from prison was dropped shortly after 3.30 pm from the window on the third floor of the Hotel Forum where it houses Beppe Grillo. The founder of the 5 Star Movement was at the window but without facing, perhaps to be honest the effect aroused by the gesture between photographers and journalists crowded.

  • Hundreds of Muslims took to the streets to denounce Myanmar’s "genocide" against the Rohingya Muslim ethnic minority in Rome, Italy on September 18, 2017. At least 270,000 Rohingya have fled northern Myanmar into Bangladesh in the past two weeks and more than 1,000 people have been killed in the violence.

  • A family from Shalimar area in the outskirts of Kashmir capital Srinagar Monday staged a massive protest accusing a doctor of ‘murdering’ their baby boy while performing a medical procedure called tracheostomy. The doctor according to protesting family has gone into hiding, a fact admitted by the senior doctors at Sher-i-Kashmir Medical Institute Soura.

  • West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee inaugurated Durga Puja festival.

  • Anganwari workers for permanent jobs Srinagar demanding regularization of their jobs, monthly pension and releasing of pending salaries. Anganwari workers of Kashmir Monday staged protest demonstration against the state and central government here. They took to roads and blocked vehicular movement near Exchange Road here in Srinagar. .

  • XIV Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso returns to Palermo. Joy as an inspiration to invoke peace. After more than twenty years, XIV Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso, Tibet's spiritual leader and Nobel Peace Prize, returns to the city of Palermo.

  • Artisan busy to decorates the pandal or a temporary platforms for the upcoming Durga Puja Festival on September 18, 2017 in Kolkata. The annual five days festival begins on September 26 and worship Goddess Durga who symbolized power and the triumph of good over evil in Hindu mythology.

  • Photocall with US actor Richard Gere in Rome to present his new film "Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer" (in Italian: "L'incredibile vita di Norman")

  • Occupy Wall Street celebrated their 6th anniversary at Zucotti Park near Wall Street on September 17, 2017; and the fight goes on. It has been 6 Years since the movement took to the streets in New York City, a mass action that spread across the globe and rocked the established system "the entitled 1%", to its very core.

  • Supporters of hip-hop musicians Insane Clown Posse (and related horrorcore performing artists signed to Psychopathic Records) rallied near the Lincoln Memorial to protest the FBI's classification of the Juggalo community as a "gang" according to its rubric. After rallying, participants marched in a circuit around the perimeter of the Capitol Mall's Reflecting Pool and attended performances by Insane Clown Posse and others.

  • The first edition of Rome Half Marathon Via Pacis, the half marathon for peace. Presented to the awards by the mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi and Ala Eldin al Ghobashy, Imam of the Great Mosque of Rome

  • Children ready to fly kite during a Kite Flying festival on the occasion of Vishwakarma Puja on September 17, 2017 in Kolkata.

  • Artisan busy to decorates community Puja Pandal ahead of Durga Puja Festival on September 17, 2017 in Kolkata. The annual five days festival begins on September 26 and worship Goddess Durga who symbolized power and the triumph of good over evil in Hindu mythology.

  • “10° Pellegrinaggio nazionale delle famiglie” was held in Pompeii, promoted by Rinnovamento nello Spirito Santo in collaboration with the Pontifical Prelature of Pompei, the National Office for the Pastoral of the CEI family and the Forum of Family Associations, with the support the Dicastery for lay people, family and life. An intense moment of prayer, animation, and songs to which Salvatore Martinez, President of Renewal in the Holy Spirit, will participate. The day ended with the Eucharistic celebration chaired by Cardinal Kevin J. Farrell.

  • Bharatiya Janta Party leader and member participate in a cleanness drive during "Swachhata hi Sewa" campaign at Kalighat temple area on September 17, 2017 in Kolkata.

  • Several celebrities celebrated the first day of Oktoberfest. The Oktoberfest is the biggest Volksfest/ folk festival in the world. Soccer players like Correntin Tolisso and Mats Hummels or others like HP Baxxter, Palina Rojinski,Monica Ivancan and Elyas M'Barek.

  • Antifascist unions demonstrate against the Golden Dawn's Headquarters, commemorating the murder of the hip-hop singer Pavlos Fyssas from a Golden Dawn member in 2013. Riot policemen were lined up before the party's headquarters and didn't allow the march to reach the building. Minor clashes occurred during the march, as anti-authoritarians threw petrol bombs to the policemen.

  • Molotov cocktails and tear gas engulfed the streets of Athens as a left-wing rally to mark four years since the murder of an anti-fascist rapper turned violent. Around 3,000 people marched in the Greek capital in memory of Pavlos Fyssas, who was killed by a supporter of the ultra-right wing Golden Dawn party in 2013. The demonstrators also paid tribute to anti-fascist activist Heather Heyer, who was killed in a vehicle ramming attack in Charlottesville, Virginia in August. READ MORE Greek far-right party's offices attacked with sledgehammers After gathering in the city’s Syntagma Square, the demonstrators marched to the US Embassy, before trying to make their way to offices of Golden Dawn, chanting: "Pavlos is alive! Crush the…

  • Antifascists together with immigrants and refugees demonstrate in Athens against the far right political party Golden Dawn demanding it to be declared illegal.

  • Demonstration against the degradation of the neighborhood, maintenance of popular houses Ater, re-opening commeciali exercises, maintenance and services for the school Filzi.

  • Large crowd gathered in Erbil capital of the autonomous Kurdish region with Kurdish flags during an event to urge people to vote in the upcoming independence referendum in Iraqi Kurdistan on 25 Sept.

  • Relatives of the short dead victims from 2010 military crackdown over red shirt protester held an activity to folding and sell paper bag to raise funding for justice fighting. The folded paper bag made from Newspaper where published since 2010 regarding the military crackdown incident. Highlight is showing the quote given by Abhisit Vejjajiva, the former Prime Minister who was higher commander on those period. His authorities and order made a permit to the military officer to use real bullet and gun fired to the group of protestor who are the citizens. This activity has hidden message i.e. (1) Folding and sell paper bag: In Thailand “Paper bag folding” could be a symbol to represent a poverty situation. It could be considered that the…

  • Ranchers from several Spanish provinces, mainly from the Basque Country region, brought their cattles to 'La Chata' bullring in Soria, north of Spain, for to be displayed and sale during the IX Annual Cattle Fair. The province of Soria is a highly agricultural and livestock region.

  • Italian singer Nina Zilli, her true name, Maria Chiara Fraschetta, presents her new album "Modern Art" at Feltrinelli in Naples, among her many fans.

  • A delegation led by Indian former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh arrived in Indian administered Kashmir. He was scheduled to meet some delegations and political leaders to have a firsthand experience of the prevailing situation in volatile Kashmir.

  • The United Nations Security Council met for more than one hour on Friday afternoon to discuss the latest escalation of tensions on the Korean peninsula that began with North Korea firing yet another ICBM-type missile and response from South Korea with firing a long-range missile of their own.

  • Ronda organized by Forza Nuova militants on Colle Oppio in Rome to protest against the presence of migrants in the neighbourhood.

  • Eunuchs from Hyderabad holds a protest against the killing of Muslims in Burma, they also burn the candles in the memory of the deaths in Burma. Eunuchs from different areas of the city came to take part in this protest they also holds play cards during the protest.

  • Italian singer-songwriter Maria Chiara Fraschetta, better known by her stage name Nina Zilli presents her new album titled “Modern Art”.

  • Start and parade of the cars of the fifth edition of the Rome Capital Rally

  • Artisan busy to finishes the clay idols of Goddess Durga ahead of Durga Puja festival on September 15, 2017 in Kolkata. The annual five days festival begin September 26 and worship Goddess Durga who symbolized power and the triumph of good over evil in Hindu mythology.

  • Artisan displayed the Vishwakarma idols for sale ahead of Vishwakarma Puja on September 15, 2017 in Kolkata. Lord Vishwakarma worship mainly in industries specially works with machine and tool.

  • Garrison of the drivers and managers of the tourist buses in Piazza Madonna di Loreto against the municipality, which wants to increase the tariffs for entry in the railway ring.

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