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  • (EDITORS NOTE: Image depicts death.) Thousands of people attend the last rights of slain wajid ahmed a local rebel ,who was killed in an encounter between indian forces and rebels in pulwama kashmir

  • More than 50,000 people demonstrated in Rome against racism and the decree on the safety of the Minister of the Interior and Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini. Among the protesters also the former mayor of Riace Mimmo Lucano removed from his country after being under house arrest.

  • Two Hizb ul Mujahideen militants were killed in a gunfight with the government forces in Tikken area of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Saturday, police said.

  • The Bangladesh cabinet passed a law which declared the 10,000 ‘hijras’ (transsexual people) a separate gender. Hijras will be given similar rights as any other man or woman residing in the country, in terms of education, job facilities; housing and health.This decision of the government was passed days before their term was about to end, and one worth appreciating. At present, there are 10,000 hijras living in Bangladesh. Hijras already have voting rights and now they can get passports as well.

  • Supporters of CPIM - Liberation shown their Protest on the Mass Killing of Assam Tinsukia case in front of Assam House & burnt the Effigy of Assam Chief Minister.

  • The city of Arzano celebrates the anniversary of the November 4, Day of National Unity and the Armed Forces. The ceremony will present the institutional authorities, associations and the military authorities.

  • National Congress Supporters burnt effigy of Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on the issue of Tinsukia Massacre of Assam at Kolkata.

  • Bandy Mukti Committee organise protest against the killing of five Bengali speaking people in Tinsukia District of Assam on last evening. in front of Assam Building of Kolkata .

  • People rush to hometowns on last day of Eid festival on their way home, albeit under difficult circumstances.

  • On October 30, 2018, the groundbreaking rites in Marawi’s Ground Zero signal's the start of rehabilitation efforts in the most affected area of the Islamic City. Prior to this, last September 2018, Kambisita 2 allows Ground Zero residents of Marawi City to visit their severely damaged homes. But they are only be able to return and rebuild their homes only on the first quarter of 2020 after all the 27,000 residents (at least 11,000 home owners and the rest classified as “sharers and renters”) had visited and inspected their wrecked houses.

  • Runners done their scariest costume as they join the Halloween fun run in Manila.

  • (EDITORS NOTE: Image depicts death.) Four rebels were killed in a gunfight in Arwani village of Bijbehara area in southern Anantnag district Indian Administered Kashmir on 26 October 2018. The slain rebels were identified as Sahir Makroo of Arwani, Owais Ahmad Lone from Hawora-Mishpora area of Kulgam district, Muzamil Magray of Watoo Aharbal and Amir Tantray of Damal Hanjipora Kulgam.

  • Two militants were killed in a gunfight at Pazalpora area of Sopore in north Kashmir's Baramulla district on Friday morning. Meanwhile, an army soldier Brijesh Kumar who was injured earlier in the initial gunfire succumbed in military hospital here at 92 base Badamibagh, Srinagar. earlier encounter which broke out in wee hours today after army’s 22 RR, SOG and CRPF 92 bn launched a cordon-and-search operation in Pazalpora area of Sopore. The identity of the slain militants is yet to be ascertained, sources said.

  • (EDITORS NOTE: Image depicts death.) Thousands of people on Friday attended the funeral procession of four Rebels killed in an encounter with government forces in Arwani area south’s Kashmir. Anantnag district.

  • Two militants have been killed in a gunfight with goverment forces at Athoora Kreeri area of North Kashmir's Baramulla district on Thursday. Earlier the gunfight broke out after a joint team of army's 52 RR, SOG and CRPF had launched a cordon and search operation at Athoora area of Kreeri. One of the killed militants in this encounter has been identified as Akeel Sofi of Khanpora Baramulla who had joined militant ranks two months before. Another one is still unidentified.

  • Thousands of mourners participated in the last rites of scholar turned militant Dr Sabzar Sofi at his native Naina village in Naina Sangam on 24,october,2018 Dr Sabzar Sofi alias Dr Saifullah Khalid along with his associate Asif Ahmed Shergujri were killed in a gun fight with government forces at Wanabal Nowgam area in the outskirts of Srinagar city.

  • Authorities had placed curfew in Srinagar city and blocked all the routes leading to city center to thwart the possible protests which was called by pro-Freedom leaders over the recent civilian killings.

  • People clash with Indian forces during protest against the recent civilian killings in Srinagar, Indian Administered Kashmir on 22 October 2018. 7 Civilians lost their lives after an explosion went off at Encounter site where 3 rebels were killed earlier in a gunfight with Indian Forces in Laroo area of Kulgam district of Kashmir on 21 October 2018, Officials said. Authorities had placed curfew in wake of the protests as Pro-Freedom parties of Kashmir had called for valley wide protests and had asked people to observe a shutdown today to protest against recent civilian Killings.

  • Thousands of people demonstrated in Rome on 20/10/2018 in favor of the nationalization of services, companies and strategic infrastructures of the country such as Autostrade, Ilva, Alitalia and Telecom and for a new development model, organized by political parties and movements, between which: Power to the People, USB (Basic Union of Trade Unions).

  • (EDITORS NOTE: Image depicts death.) Funeral procession of slain Javed Ahmad Lone a civilian who was injured in yesterday explosion, at village Havoora in Kulgam south of Kashmir on Monday, 22 October 2018. Three militants were killed in an gun fight with security forces and six civilians lost their lives when an explosive device went off at the gunfight site after the gunfight was over at Larro area of Kulgam some 65 kilometres south of Srinagar on Sunday.

  • Students of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST) of North campus at Wadoora Sopore on Monday staged a protest demonstration against the Kulgam Civilian killings.Pertinently, three local militants of Jaish-e-Mohammad outfit were also killed in a gunfight with government forces at Laroo village of Kulgam on Sunday morning in which Seven persons were killed morethan 40 civilians were also injured either due to blast near encounter site or use of force including pellets and bullets by government forces.

  • Three rebels and five civilians killed in an encounter at Kulgam.

  • (EDITORS NOTE: Image depicts death) So far 7 Civilians lost their lives after an explosion went off at Encounter site where 3 rebels were killed earlier in a gunfight with Indian Forces in Laroo area of Kulgam district of Kashmir, Officials said. Atleast 50 people have suffered injuries during the clashes and protests against the killing of the rebels and civilians in Kulgam. Pro-Freedom parties of Kashmir have asked people to observe a shutdown tomorrow in the valley to protest against recent civilian Killings.

  • Militant groups conducted a protest which they call 'October Resistance versus poverty, hunger and state fascism.' They urge the government for land reform, wage increase, junk TRAIN Law and 'stop killing farmers.'

  • 11 including 8 Civilians Killed in Laroo Village of Kulgam today. The civilians were killed in a blast near gun battle site.3 rebels were also Killed

  • Kashmiri men shout pro-freedom slogans as they carry body of Mehraj-Ud-Din Bangroo, a rebel commander during his funeral in Srinagar, India, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. Anti-India protests and clashes erupted in the main city in disputed Kashmir on Wednesday after a gunbattle between militants and government forces killed at least two suspected rebels, a civilian and a counterinsurgency police official, residents and police said.

  • Durga Puja / Navratri in kolkata, India ends with the celebration of 'Sindur Khela'. ('vermillion game') Hindu women specially bengali women smear each other with sindur ( vermillion ) on Vijayadashami, the last day of the Durga Puja

  • Hindu Goddess Durga Idols and pandles ( Temporary installations ) in kolkata during the Durga Puja festival on October.

  • People in thousands appeared for the funeral of a local rebel in old city of Srinagar Kashmir Mehraj Bangroo, who was killed by government security forces in brief encounter in Srinagar. Meanwhile heavy clashes erupted between government security forces and local youth's soon after the news spread about the encounter. People mostly young boys took to streets and start protesting which later turned into violent clashes with security forces.

  • Two rebels, one civilian and an Indian police officer were killed during encounter in Srinagar, Indian Administered Kashmir on 17 October 2018. The rebels were identified as the top Lashkar-e-Toiba fighter Mehraj Bangroo and his associate Fahad Waza. Meanwhile, authorities imposed curfew in the district and blocked the internet services to thwart any protests.

  • Authorities on Thursday 19 October 2018 imposed restrictions in the different parts of Srinagar as a precautionary measure in view of a strike called by separatists, the strike call came against the killing of two rebels and a civilian in a gunfight on Wednesday.

  • On October 13, 2018 a demonstration took place in Rome by the movements to live against evictions, to face and solve the problem of housing and against racism

  • The DFLA (Democratic Football Lads Alliance) hold a march in London from London Hilton on Park Lane.

  • Protest of anti-facist movements against the presidential candidate of Republica Jair Bolsonaro, on Avenida Paulista in São Paulo Brazil, this Thursday night (11).

  • Militant and LGBT groups march on the streets of Manila going to the US embassy as they commemorate the death anniversary of Filipina transgender Jennifer Laude. In 2014, Laude was killed by American serviceman Joseph Scott Pemberton inside a motel in Olongapo City. She was punched and strangulated before being drowned to death in the toilet after the US Marine discovered that Laude was a transgender. Six months later, Pemberton was found guilty of homicide. His sentence, however, was reduced to six to 10 years of imprisonment. Instead of being held in the state penitentiary, New Bilibid Prison, he is detained in a US-guarded camp at the Camp Aguinaldo.

  • A large number of people from various parts of the country took a holy dip in the Ganga and performed pujas for their departed ancestors on the occasion of ‘Mahalaya Amavasya’ today. Mahalaya Amavasya is considered a highly auspicious day for performing rituals for ancestors and forefathers.

  • Relatives and neighbors grieve over the death of Nazir Ahmed Wani a Pro-India Political Worker during his funeral in Srinagar, Indian Administered Kashmir, 5 October 2018. Suspected rebels shot on three activists in which two of the workers succumbed including Wani.

  • Returning 450 soldiers who are members of the Border Supervisory Unit (Pamtas Task Force) 315 / Garuda Battalion who have carried out the state duty to secure the borders of the Republic of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea were welcomed with a traditional ceremony at the headquarters of Battalion 315 / Garuda, Bogor, West Java, Indonesia.

  • The groundbreaking and rebuilding of the Masjid Shuhadah which means mosque of the martyrs is the new edifice of reconciliation between government and Muslim people of Pata Island after the gruesome massacre which happened 37 years ago killing 118 soldiers and thousands of Moros.

  • An emotionally charge event commemorating the unfortunate loss of lives of 118 soldiers and thousands of civilians 37 years ago.

  • Tourists treat 911Memorial as a playground, people take selfies and smiling pictures at the 9/11 Memorial on September 9, 2018 in New York City.

  • Muharram is the Islamic first month and is a month of mourning in remembrance of the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed PBUH. Authorities foiled the Muharram processions to prevent any the law and order situation in Srinagar, Indian Administered Kashmir on 19 September 2018. Many Shiite Muslims were also detained as they tried to march through the city center Srinagar, Kashmir.

  • Demonstration for the fifth anniversary of the murder of Pavlos Fyssas. After the finish of the demonstration, group of demonstrators clashed with the police.

  • Students on tuesday staged a protest in city center Srinagar and demanded the immediate release if their classmate Mohammed Iqbal who was arrested by Indian Forces on Kashmir highway on 12 September following the killing of 3 Jaish Rebels who were travelling in the same truck from which Iqbal was arrested.

  • Fishing in India is a major industry in in India, employing millions people. Marine Fisheries contributes to food security and provides direct employment to over 14 millions fisher people besides others indirectly dependent on the sector.

  • Curfew is being implemented in Kashmir valley after the shutdown call given by pro-freedom camp against recent killings in valley by Indian forces including 5 rebels and 1 civilian in South Kashmir.

  • Funeral processions of civilian Rouf Ahmed Ganai at Anchidora,Anantnag. Rouf was killed during clashes in forces action near encounter site at Chowgam, Qazidund area of south Kashmirs Kulgam district, following the killing of five militants in an encounter .

  • Around 50 activists and relatives of victims of Spanish dictatorship of Francisco Franco gathered near the Spanish parliament in Madrid to protest against Franco, as lawmakers debate and likely pass a bill to exhume late dictator Gen. Francisco Franco from the 'Valle de los Caidos' mausoleum.

  • PAGASA Tropical Cyclone Advisory #3, Typhoon "Mangkhut" has further intensified and it will enter the Philippines Area of Responsibility (PAR) this afternoon.

  • 18 years old young rebel identified as Furkan Ahmad who was killed in Guloora area of North Kashmirs Kupwara district in a brief gunfight.