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  • At the start of a week-long UN conference on the formulation of a legally-binding instrument toward the total elimination of nuclear weaponry; US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, joined by diplomatic representatives from other nation states, held a brief press conference to express objection to the conference in light of the nuclear threat posed by North Korea and other nuclear-capable actors.

  • Members of various affiliated groups of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDF) and underground revolutionary organizations under the banner of Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) in Metro Manila lead the lighting rally and blocked Aurora Blvd. corner EDSA, Cubao, Quezon City on March 27, 2017 to mark the upcoming 48th Anniversary of the New People’s Army (NPA) on March 29. The group also conduct an “NPA military drill and community singing of the CPP’s anthem “Internationale”.

  • Palestinian protest against settlements in Hebron as a part of a campaign called "dismantle Ghetto , get the settlements out of Hebron".

  • Thousands of people protested against the European Union, the euro, military spending, unemployment, to overcome borders and freedom of movement.

  • Thousands of anti-EU protesters gathered in Italy’s capital to take part in demonstration "Europe for all" to protest against the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome. 27 Heads of State celebrate the Treaties of Rome, the foundation of the European Union, signed on the Capitoline Hill in Rome on 25 March 1957.

  • Thousands of anti-EU protesters gathered in Italy’s capital to take part in an Euro-Stop demonstration (by leftwing EuroStop Social Platform) to protest against the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome in Rome, Italy on March 25, 2017. 27 Heads of State celebrate the Treaties of Rome, the foundation of the European Union, signed on the Capitoline Hill in Rome on 25 March 1957.

  • The 17th anniversary of the killings, the victim families organizing a remembrance meet in Brari-Aangan village of Shangus in this South Kashmir district to remember five people killed in the stage managed encounter by army and the subsequent killing of eight protesters in Brakpora village by police and CRPF.

  • West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee President Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury led the Congress rally from Bidhan Bahwan to Esplanade protesting against recent Narada issue. Congress activist participates in a rally in Kolkata to protesting against recent Narada issue in Kolkata.

  • Old city of Hebron the second place to represent the Palestinian-Israeli conflict after Jerusalem is the old city of Hebron in the West Bank , where about 800 settlers lives between 5000 Palestinian heavily guarded by Israeli military , the area which is controlled by army checkpoints affect the economical situation for people who live and work in the area.

  • The outgoing head of United Nations peacekeeping operations Herve Ladsous held a "farewell" press briefing to mark the end of his tenure, recount what he believes are his major accomplishments and respond to questions from the press regarding the future of the organization's peacekeeping efforts.

  • The Militaries led 9 accused (seven male and two female) to hand over to The Crime Suppression Police. All accused gets health checked by doctor from Police Hospital before interrogated by DSI (Department of Special Investigation). All accused have been linked to be a network of Wuttipong Kachathamkul aka “Ko-Tee”; the fugitive hardcore red shirt supporter. The officers has claimed the discovered weapons and amplifiers from some accused on several days ago are related with the military crackdown incident on 2011, Wat Phra Dhammakaya and the rumors of head government assassination. However, Ko-Tee has spoken out to against an accusations from the government that he wasn’t behind these weapons and violence.

  • About two hundred people from across Italy demonstrated in Parliament Square to ask to go early to vote. The demonstrators brought their solidarity some members of the Movement 5 Stars.

  • Bharatiya Janta Party, West Bengal organized a rally in Kolkata on the Narada issue and demanded resignation of West Bengal Chief Minister. The rally start from College Square while marching toward Governor House BJP activist break to barricades after which police stop them.

  • Palestinians gathered to protest against Israeli authorities for holding bodies of alleged Palestinian attackers.

  • Kashmiri Sikh Community observed 17th anniversary of Chatisinghpora massacre, to pay homage to 35 Sikhs who fell to the bullets of gunmen reportedly dressed in army fatigues on the evening of March 20, 2000 when US President Bill Clinton was on a visit to New Delhi.

  • A 16 years old boy and a woman was one of the victims of drug-related summary execution by unknown assailants.

  • Military personnel from 28 countries, including co-sponsor the United States announced their participation in the Exercise "SHANTI PRAYAS-III" hosted by Nepal Army and the United States Pacific Command, kicked off at the Nepal Army’s Birendra Peace Operations Training Centre (BPOTC) at Panchkhal.

  • About 3000 people have organized a protest march on 03.18.2017 against the inefficient administration's policy on the house led by the Virginia Raggi Mayor

  • (Editor's Note: The image depicts death.) Mourners carry the body of 16 year old Palestinian Mourad Youssef Abu Ghazi during his funeral in Arroub refugee camp near the West Bank city of Hebron. Murad was shot dead by Israeli soldiers a day before during clashes.

  • (EDITOR'S NOTE: Image depicts death) Summary executions or EJK continues to bloat its figures on drug-related killings by unidentified assailants or during police operation. The European Parliament condemns EJK and urged the Philippine government to investigate the causes of summary executions.

  • (EDITOR'S NOTE: Image depicts death) Israeli army delivers back a body of the Palestinian Saad Qaisiyah to a hospital in the West Bank city of Hebrom. Israeli troops shot and killed Qaisiyah after he allegedly stabbed and Israeli on March 1,2017 in a settlement south of Hebron as the army said

  • Soon after Friday prayers scores of youth assembled near Jamia Masjid Sopore some 55 kilometers from Srinagar the summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir and started shouting pro-freedom and pro_Azadi slogans within a short time the large gathering of angry youth started pelting stones on deployed forces who in turn retaliated by lobbing tear gas shells to disperse the agitated youth.Meanwhile, there was less movement of people and transport after Friday prayers in the town due to the called by separatists against the killing of an innocent baby and critically injuring her brother in a shootout at Kupwara.

  • A Kashmiri Muslim protester runs as the tear gas canister fired by Indian police explodes in old Srinagar the summer capital of Indian controlled Kashmir. Protests and clashes erupt in old against the recent killings of civilians by Indian government forces in Kashmir. Earlier this week a 7 yr old girl was killed by government forces during a gun battle between militants and government forces north Kashmir’s Kupwara.

  • Youth throwing a tear smoke shell back to the Indian forces during the clashes in old city Srinagar on Friday, Indian controlled Kashmir.

  • Clashes erupted in Sopore town after Friday prayers as forces used force to disperse the civilian protesters. Reports said soon after the Friday prayers hundreds of people assembled outside historic Jamia Masjid Sopore amid pro-freedom slogans and started marching towards main chowk Sopore after Friday congregational prayers.The forces, who were already deployed at Main chowk stopped the protesters from proceeding ahead, triggering a stone-pelting clash. Pertinently, the Joint resistance leadership on Thursday had called for peaceful protests after Friday prayers on March 17, against the killing of Kaneeza and critically injuring her brother in a shootout at Kupwara.

  • AFP photojournalist Tauseef Mustafa holds a picture during a protest in Srinagar the summer capital of Indian controlled Kashmir on March 16, 2017. Many photojournalists including senior photojournalist Tauseef Mustafa working with AFP agrency and photojournalist Mubashir Khan working with daily Greater Kashmir newspaper were beaten by police when they were performing their professional duties in Srinagar.

  • A total of 20 farmers from Kendeng Mountains, Central Java, casting their feet in cement, in front of the Presidential Palace in Jakarta. Along with dozens of other farmers, they do act as a form of protest to reject the construction and operation of a state-owned cement factory, PT Semen Indonesia, which is still ongoing in the area of their farm, because it was considered harmful to the environment which would be detrimental to farmers. Previously, in August 2016, President Joko Widodo has decided to suspend the construction and operation of a cement plant for reasons to do an environmental impact assessment, but in February 2017, the Governor of Central Java, Ganjar Pranowo, signed new environment license , which is the basis of a continuation…

  • A group of university students protested at the University La Sapienza in Rome against the intervention of the police in the university took place yesterday on the occasion of the presence of the Minister of Education. The students who had been excluded from the meeting had organized a protest march.

  • In conjunction with the 61st meeting of the Commission on the Status of Women, a panel of advocates for women's empowerment from the Middle East held a press briefing at UN Headquarters in New York.

  • Among his supporters, Veera Somkwamkid the Activist and Secretariat General of Thailand People's Network Against Corruption (PNAC) came to surrendered to the TCSD Police (Technology Crime Suppression Division). He was accused and issued a warrant of arrest over Thailand’s Cybercrime Act after he made a poll to criticizing the Junta and Prime Minister, Prayuth Chan-ocha. Since August 2014 after Coup Veera was arrested after he gets involved an Energy protesting. He also was summoned by NCPO Order to report himself after he has criticized the Junta and NCPO.

  • A large group of migrants demonstrated in Piazza Montecitorio to issue a residence permit in a short time and have a regular job and a living arrangement.

  • Activists of the National Corps "Azov" in Kyiv walled central office of russian "Sberbank" and lit fires.

  • Following recent United Nations security Council discussions regarding the most recent ballistic missile test by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Ambassador Kim In Ryong, Deputy Permanent Representative of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea to the UN spoke with the press in the press briefing room at UN Headquarters in New York.

  • DSI and Militaries by NCPO allowed orders by Wat Phra Dhammakaya to check and investigate inside the main building of Wat Phra Dhammakaya. Purpose of searching for Phra Dhammachayo (former head of Monk). Later, its been clearly resulted, Phra Dhammachayo wasn't hint in the building and area nearby.

  • Napoli clashes at anti-Salvini parade. Clashes between police and protesters of anti Salvini near the “Mostra d'Oltremare di Napoli”, by throwing molotov cocktails and stones with agents in riot trim.

  • This afternoon in Naples the leader of the Northern League Matteo Salvini, was in Naples for a rally community centers organized a demonstration order not to make the political anti south. at the end of the social center were infiltrated a hundred Black Block who started throwing Molotov cocktails paper bombs at the police, so there was the need to load the protesters who have done damage to hundreds of thousands of euro.

  • A Child is working in a silver factory near Keraniganjg. Many child labor work on this types small factories.

  • Violent clashes between police and protesters during the visit of Leader of the Lega Nord Matteo Salvini in Naples.

  • Territorial associations that for years performing social activities in the Municipality of Rome, expressed in the Piazza del Campidoglio in Rome against evictions underway.

  • Police brought the Student Federation of India and Democratic Youth Federation of India leaders and activist in a court after they are arrested during their march to Raj Bhavan or Governor House in Kolkata.

  • Yotwarit Chuklom (aka. Jeng Dokjik ) a comedian turned politician and Red shirt Leader gets 2 years sentenced in jail for term of Lese Majeste Law (Article 112) by The Supreme Court of Thailand. On 7 March 2017 at the Criminal Court on Ratchadapisek Rd., Bangkok. The Supreme Court has confirmed the verdict of the lower courts by sentenced him for 2 years for a speech and a gesture at a red-shirt United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) rally on 28 March 2010. In the speech, he discussed why it was so difficult for Abhisit to dissolve the House. During the speech, he acts his body language to mean to the very high position person whom he could not dare to state the name.

  • Soon after Friday prayers dozens of masked youth raided the market and started throwing stones at police and CRPF. According to eyewitness, agitated youth marched towards the main chowk of the town and attacked the government forces heavily with stones. Police swung into action and pushed the youth back by throwing teargas shelling and stun grenades to quell the protests.

  • Clashes erupted in Sopore town of Baramulla district after congregational Friday prayers, reports said. Reports said that youth took to streets after prayers ended at Jamia Masjid and staged pro-freedom protests.The forces deployed in the area used teargas shells to disperse them, triggering clashes. Meanwhile, a complete shutdown is being observed in the town against the civilian killings.

  • Mourners brave snowfall to participate in slain Hizb militant’s funeral Ahmad was killed in a brief shootout with forces in Bandipora last night. Braving snowfall and rains, mourners on Friday took part in the funeral prayers of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen militant Mushtaq Ahmad Seer at his native Malangam village in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district. Ahmad was killed in a brief shootout with forces in Bandipora last night People from adjoining villages of Aloosa, Kehnusa, Quil, Muqam and Kema also participated in the funeral

  • Thousands of people march in the Green Tide for the derogation of LOMCE and cuts in Education.

  • MGNREGA Supervisor Association protests against state government and demanded fixed monthly salary for their jobs.

  • Student federation of India and Student federation of India activist organized a rally to Raj Bhavan or Governor House protest against West Bengal Government Education Department over Teacher Eligibility Test controversies in Kolkata.

  • Sorn-Wan Sirishuntarintr (Aka. Pa-Cheng) reported herself according to the NCPO summons order no. 5/2560 (2017) on March 5, 2017 at Frontier Police offices section 1 on term disobey an order of NCPO. She was accused because she allow monks and Buddhists who those support Dhammakaya Temple (Wat Phra Dhammakaya) to convene in her own land which is not so far from the Wat Phra Dhammakaya. Additional images to showing the recently situation around Wat Phra Dhammakay after restricted and enclosed the area by NCPO’s and DSI’s order.

  • In Naples as well as in many cities in Italy and around the world, the 8th of March has become a global struggle day against the many forms of violence which take the lives of women in their totality. Shouting "IF OUR LIVES ARE NOT, THEN GO ON STRIKE", all women have found themselves in Piazza Dante in Naples to protest united in a musical parade; will cross the streets of the city in the evening when we want docile, frightened and isolated.

  • Defiant NoDAPL water protectors faced-off with various law enforcement agencies on the day the camp was slated to be raided on February 22, 2017.

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