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  • People of Muslim community take part in a demonstration to condemn Pulwama militant attack.

  • (EDITORS NOTE: Image depicts death.) Four army soldiers including a major-rank officer, three Jaish-e-Muhammad mili-tants, a policeman from the special operations group of Jammu and Kashmir police and a civilian were killed in a prolonged gun-battle in Pinglena Village of Pulwama

  • St. Xavier students and faculties participate in a candle light rally to pay tribute to the martyred 45 CRPF soldier who lost their life at Pulwama militant attack.

  • (EDITORS NOTE: Image depicts death.) Funeral procession of a slain rebel in Pinglena Pulwama Kashmir.

  • West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee participate in a candle march to condemn Pulwama terror attack.

  • CRPF personnel give Guard of Honour to the martyred CRPF soldier Bablu Santra and Sudip Biswas who are among the 49 CRPF men killed in February 14 Pulwama militant attack at NSCBI Airport in Kolkata.

  • The governor of Campania Vincenzo De Luca intervened during the conference “Med Blu Economy” held at the Palazzo Reale in Napoli.

  • Congress activist take part in a candle light vigil to pay tribute to the martyr 40 CRPF soldiers and to protest against suicide attack on the CRPF soldiers bus at Jammu and Kashmir Pulwama.

  • Communist Party of India (Marxist) or CPI(M) activist take part in a rally to protest against suicide attack on a CRPF bus at Jammu and Kashmir Pulwama district in which at least 45 soldiers lost their lives.

  • Akhil Bahratiya Vidyarthi Parishad or ABVP activist take part in a demonstration to protest against suicide attack on a CRPF bus at Jammu and Kashmir Pulwama district in which at least 45 soldiers lost their lives.

  • College Student makes human chain and hold candle to protest against suicide attack on a CRPF bus at Jammu and Kashmir Pulwama district in which at least 40 soldiers lost their lives.

  • Various students protest calling to stop the return of mandatory Reserve Officer Training Corps. (ROTC) and tuition fee increases and other school fees in front of University of Santo Thomas (UST) in Manila City on February 15, 2019. According to the group its additional expenses for their parents and also allegedly result abuses on the on the students by ROTC officers.

  • Former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti addressing press conference in Srinagar and said that the government is trying to break Muslim Majority character in Jammu and Kashmir

  • Kashmir valley remain's shut to mark Maqbool Bhat's death anniversary. Valley observed complete shutdown on Monday as it was 35th death anniversary of Maqbool Bhat who was hanged in Delhi’s Tihar jail in 1984. Maqbool bhat was the founder of pro-independent group which is popularly know as JKLF.

  • Life remained paralyzed across Kashmir on Monday due to a protest shutdown on the 35th death anniversary of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) founder Maqbool Butt. All shops and other business establishments remained closed while public transport remained off the roads in summer capital Srinagar. However, private traffic plied on the city roads.

  • The major Italian trade unions organized a single national demonstration, which was attended by more than one hundred thousand people from all over the Italian regions. Theme of the event: unified proposals on growth and development and the government's request to open a dialogue with the trade unions. The procession, starting from Piazza della Repubblica, moved to Piazza San Giovanni where the general secretaries of Cgil, Cisl and Uil, Maurizio Landini, Annamaria Furlan and Carmelo Barbagallo intervened.

  • A separatist-called shutdown on Saturday in the Kashmir Valley to mark the sixth death anniversary of Afzal Guru has paralyzed life across the region. Afzal Guru was executed in Delhi's Tihar Jail on this day in 2013.

  • Kashmir valley remain's shut to mark the sixth death anniversary of Afzal Guru. Afzal Guru was executed in tihar Jail on 9th february in 2013. Shutdown call was given by JRL. Afzal guru was executed and was later laid to rest inside jail premise's Valley witnessed complete shutdown. Meanwhile authorities had imposed restriction's in parts of valley to curb protest's and to maintain law and order situation.

  • Members of Aplha Phi Omega International joined on the Annual Oblation Run event with the theme Sa Aming Sariling Landas (On Our Own Path) is the theme for this year's Ritual Dance of the Brave. The fraternity has chosen to highlight freedom of expression and the people's right to determine their own destiny at Plama Hall in University of the Philippines on February 8, 2018. The Obletion Run usually held on or a few days before the date of the Lantern Parade, which always fall on the same week as the international founding date of APO on December 16. Since the shift in the UP academic calendar in 2014, the date of the Run drifted towards late November to early December.Members of Aplha Phi Omega International joined on the Annual…

  • Activists protest ruling by Judge Torres regarding controversial prison.

  • Contractual workers from Sumifru banana plantation in Mindanao conduct a picket-protest in front of Senate gate to ask legislators to pass the Security of Tenure (SOT) Bill as a step towards the prohibition of Job Contracting in Pasay City on February 6, 2019. Their call is for Senate to pass the SOT Bill before the end of the week, and to prohibit Job Contracting in the long-term.

  • Federal judge Analisa Torres visited the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York.

  • Lola Fidencia a World War ll comforts woman and military sex slavery calling for a justice during the International Solidarity Council of Redress (ISCR) Press Conference at Bay View Hotel in Manila City on February 4, 2019. Lola Fidencia David is one among the six comfort women who are stilil alive. However Lola Fidencia is the only one left healthy enough and able. She will be present tom at the prescon. Witness her agony and continouos demand for justice.

  • On Sunday, protest outside the MDC Brooklyn Detention Center continued. The power at the facility is still off and prisoners have been on lock down since Thursday. According to the warden a contractor is expected to fix the problem on Monday morning. This is a continuing development.

  • Over 1,000 inmates are still without any electricity and partial heat a week after the power went out last Sunday in a federal prison in Brooklyn, NY. Family members, activists, and NY elected officials joined together in protest demanding that the Federal Bureau of Prisons take immediate actions. According to elected officials who were allowed to enter the facility, the electrical contractor left on Saturday afternoon without rectifying the situation. Due to the problem, inmates have been on lock down unable to receive important medical care or receiving visits from family members.

  • Pakistani Punjab police officials stand alert during activists of a religious and political party Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) chant slogans during rally lead by Asad Rizvi son of Khadim Hussain Rizvi to condemn the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the acquittal of Pakistani Christian woman Aasia Bibi in Lahore. Pakistani police have fired tear gas and wielded batons to disperse a rally by Islamic radicals in the southern port city of Karachi against the acquittal of a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy. As Islamist extremists announced fresh protests demanding her execution, officials said she was free to go abroad, with speculation rampant that she will seek asylum in Europe or North America.

  • Pakistani activists of a religious and political party Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) chant slogans during rally lead by Asad Rizvi son of Khadim Hussain Rizvi to condemn the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the acquittal of Pakistani Christian woman Aasia Bibi in Lahore. Pakistani police have fired tear gas and wielded batons to disperse a rally by Islamic radicals in the southern port city of Karachi against the acquittal of a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy. As Islamist extremists announced fresh protests demanding her execution, officials said she was free to go abroad, with speculation rampant that she will seek asylum in Europe or North America.

  • 2.000 Taxi drivers comes from all the Spain for protest angainst the UBER and Cabify, 9th day of strike.

  • Kashmiri journalists boycotted to cover 26 January event, which this year marked India's 69th republic day, function after some senior scribes were stopped by the security forces to cover the event at Sher-i-Kashmir stadium. Resulting outburst in press and media organization, and mark their strong protest against the undemocratic attitude of the authorities

  • Journalists protest against the government authorities after some of the journalists were not allowed to cover the Indian Republic day celebrations in Srinagar, Indian Administered Kashmir on 26 January 2019. Journalists boycotted the Indian Republic day celebration after some of the journalists were barred from covering the event. Later journalists took to the streets and protested against the authorities to stop targeting them.

  • The Roman network Restiamo Umani demonstrates, in Piazza dell'Esquilino to express its disagreement with racist policies and repressive government, against immigration policy in Rome, Italy.

  • Funeral of the rebels killed in different parts of Kashmir from last two days.

  • (EDITORS NOTE: Image depicts death.) There were 30 rounds of funeral prayers held for slain militants in south Kashmir.

  • Relatives of the youth Mohammed Younis shout slogans outside a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) bunker after he was hit with a stone allegedly thrown by Indian forces in Habakadal area of Srinagar, Indian Administered Kashmir on 22 January 2018. Reports said Younis suffered injuries in his head following which he was shifted to SMHS hospital for treatment. Doctor hospital say that Younis has suffered contusion in his brain and fracture in two head bones. While as his family alleges that the stone was thrown by the nearby CRPF bunker without any provocation.

  • Riots caused by the eviction of the squatter movement in Pamplona.

  • The much awaited 10th edition of Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2019 took place at four heritage venues at Kolkata’s most trendy Park street - Park Mansions Lawn, Alliance Francaise, Max Muller Bhavan at Park Mansions, Allen Park, Development Consultants Pvt Ltd’s Your Space of Celica House

  • Fire breaks out at Traders Assembly building in Kolkata.

  • During the indigenous people march in Washington DC, a native American elder, Nate Phillips, a member of the Omaha Nation and a Vietnam Vet, was openly mocked by a group of teens from Covington Catholic High School., a private, all-male high school in Park Hills, Kentucky. These shots were taken on February 22, 2017, the day of the eviction at Standing Rock.

  • Cordon and search operation were launched in city center Lalchowk, Srinagar. Pertinently a grenade attack was witnessed around the same area where the cordon and search operation were launched.

  • Heavy security deployment of government force's came in action and cordoned off several places in recent days. Meanwhile forces used drone's and sniper were also seen to restrict any unlawful moment.

  • Suspected militants on Friday afternoon lobbed a grenade on forces party near Ghanta Ghar Lal Chowk area of Srinagar. Eyewitnesses said that soon after the Friday prayers, a grenade that was aimed at a forces party missed the target and hit several vehicles belonging to locals. A Maruti Alto vehicle was damaged due to the explosion and two shops were partially  damaged too.However, there was no report of any loss of life or injuries.

  • Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) released a calendar for the year 2019 in Srinagar, Indian Administered Kashmir on 15 January 2019. According to APDP the calendar is dedicated to the people who have been disappeared since the armed conflict started in the valley. The parents were also protesting to know the whereabouts of their family members. According to the website more than 8000 people have been the victim of the enforced disappearances.

  • Kashmiri villagers attend the funeral of top Rebel commander Zeenat-ul-Islam in Sugan area of Shopian district of Indian Administered Kashmir. Zeenat was killed along with his associate in overnight gun battle with Indian Forces in Kulgam District of the valley. Massive protests erupted in the area after the body of the slain rebel reached his home in which more than 16 people sustained injuries, many of them with bullets.

  • (EDITOR'S NOTE: Image depicts death.) Thousands on Sunday attended the funeral prayers of Zeenat-ul Islam, who was killed in an encounter with the government forces on Saturday evening in Yaripora area of south Kashmir’s Kulgam district, along with his associate.

  • Sit-in Piazza Montecitorio to raise awareness of the Italian government and raise public awareness of the issues of the Southern Cameroons people Ambazonia to close the release of political prisoners in Cameroon and stop the genocide of southern Cameroon. on January 5, 2019 in Rome, Italy.

  • The United Nations Secretary-General's Special Representative for Somalia Nicholas Haysom is seen during a Security Council meeting regarding the situation in Somalia. Mr. Haysom's appearance before the Council took place after the Somali government declared him persona non grata and he was forced to leave Somalia.

  • Kashmiri Pro-freedom leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq leads the protest rally in Srinagar, Indian Administered Kashmir 2 January 2019. Pro-Freedom leaders say a group of young men last Friday unfurled Islamic State group's flag and desecrated the pulpit of the grand mosque, Jamia Masjid, in the main city while accusing the men of playing in the hands of the Indian government to undermine the region's struggle for right to self-determination.

  • Haridwar is one of the seven holiest places for Hindus. It literally means ‘Gateway to God' and the Holy Ganges leaves the mountains to flow down God’s own town. Hundreds of Hindus take a ritual dip in the Ganges at Haridwar believing it absolves a lifetime of sins. Haridwar is also known as the paradise for tourists for its scenic beauty.

  • Kashmiri Muslim woman throw candy during the funeral procession of Muzamil Ahmed Dar in Rahmoo village south of Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018 Four militants were on Saturday morning killed in a gunfight that raged between forces and militants in Bunpora village of Rajpora area of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

  • (EDITORS NOTE: Image depicts death) Six rebels were killed during pre-dawn encounter with Indian Government Forces in Armpora area of Tral district, South of Srinagar, Indian Administered Kashmir.