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  • As a key water-quality certificate permit deadline looms, New Yorkers rally outside and inside the New York State Capitol building in Albany on March 27, 2017; to urge Governor Cuomo to Deny the 401 Water and Air Permits and block the Northern Access export pipeline.

  • The baby Western lowland gorilla 'Yamila ', who arrived on last June 2016 with a weight of 1 kilogram after a 9-month gestation, have reached the nine months of life with excellent health, according to her Madrid' zoo keepers.

  • Break Free action took place in Athens today with many supporting organizations attending and more than 500 people marching from Thissio to Zappeion, in the center of the city. Break Free is a global peaceful movement against fossil fuel, injustice, inequality and in favor of equal rights and renewable living conditions and is supported by a variety of organizations supporting environmental issues, human rights and animal rights.

  • Curug Parigi, Bantargebang, Bekasi, West Java

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

  • Nepalese people made a 60+ sign by illuminating lights with dynamo installed on Earth Hour during 60+ Earth Hour celebrated in Bhaktapur. The biggest global movement to #changeclimatechange.

  • The 10th year anniversary of the one hour switch off was held at the Mall of Asia, SM by the Bay, with participants from different environmental groups lead by the World Wildlife Fund.

  • Activist from Earth Hour Jakarta Community, holding candels against the dark of Hotel Indonesia and Welcome Statue landmark, during the Earth Hour commemoration in Jakarta. The event lasted for one hour, from 08:30 pm until 9:30 pm.

  • Spring returns to Kashmir as thousands of almond trees begin to blossom and present a surreal blanket of white and pink in the majestic mountainous landscape. These flowers indicate the arrival of spring, a season that attracts tourists from all parts of the country and abroad.

  • Springtime in the village de Almazán, in the north of Spain.

  • An unusual storm snow hit Madrid during the afternoon hours, where temperatures have dropped between 10ºC and 15ºC in the last days.

  • 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.

  • Residents fetched water to their homes due to unavailability of portable water in Baramulla district.

  • People busy to collect drinking water from municipal water service. World Water Day observes annually to focuses attention on the importance of universal access to clean water and the need to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater

  • Bengali actress Rituparna Sengupta takes part in a campaign “Drink Safe Water” to make awareness for quality drinking water ahead of World Water Day in Kolkata. World Water Day observes annually to focuses attention on the importance of universal access to clean water and the need to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.

  • World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. The theme for World Water Day in 2017 is 'Wastewater', highlighting how wastewater is perceived as a valuable resource and its safe management as an efficient investment in the health of humans and ecosystems.

  • The guitar fish (Glaucostegus cemiculus) is a cartilaginous animal, named for the characteristic shape of your body very similar to the stringed instrument. It is known for an elongated body with a flattened head and trunk and small, ray-like wings. Its head is strongly depressed with pointed snout and fusiform body; usually present a dark stain on the bottom snout. Their spiracles are large and are located immediately behind the eyes.

  • 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

  • Workers are working on the development site of Bekasi-Cawang-Kampung Melayu (BECAKAYU) toll road in Kalimalang. The 11 kilometers long toll road development are touched off 85% in progress, and targeted can be operated at the end of 2017. The toll road that will connect Bekasi City in West Java province and Kampung Melayu in East Jakarta was started since 1995 in the era of President Soeharto (the second President of Indonesia), but the project was stopped two years later caused by the monetary crisis. And after 18 years, in 2015, the government restarted the project as part of national infrastructure development programs.

  • Pedestrians crossing the road using the pedestrian bridge, with traffic jams seen below, in the capital Jakarta. Based on the Traffic Index 2017 released by TomTom, a GPS company based in the Netherlands, Jakarta is a city with the third highest rate of traffic congestion in the world after Mexico and Bangkok, from a survey in 309 cities in 48 countries around the world. According to the Directorate of Traffic of Jakarta Metro Police, traffic congestion in the capital due to the imbalance between the growth of the highway which is only 0.01 percent per year with a growth of vehicle that reaches 7-9 percent per year.

  • Members of the Climate Works for All coalition, which includes climate justice advocates, labor unions and community-based organizations; joined by several New York City Council Members gathered at the steps of City Hall, Lower Manhattan, NYC on March 16, 2017; to call for mandatory energy efficiency upgrades of large buildings, which are the biggest polluters and greenhouse gas emitters and help the city achieve Mayor de Blasio’s goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions 80% by 2050. They will also create thousands of good-paying jobs for New Yorkers.

  • 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…

  • Opposite the place where Julius Caesar was assassinated by Brutus and other senators conspirators. The fourteenth edition of the historical re-enactment organized by Gruppo Storico Romano. The representation was concluded before the statue of Julius Caesar located at Via Dei Fori Imperiali.

  • 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.

  • About 3,000 street vendors coming from various Italian regions have protested in Republic Square against the Bolkestein directive. Attended by members of some political parties such as Forza Italy, Brothers of Italy and Movement 5 Stars

  • 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.

  • Strong gusts of wind, up to 65 kilometres an hour, hit Madrid zoo during the afternoon hours at Madrid Zoo. National weather service AEMET has issued a weather advisory in 50 provinces for rain, snow, wind, and dangerous seas.

  • Italian jazz guitarist and composer has performed live in the club 'The Rane of Testaccio' in Rome. With him on stage Daniele Tittarelli to alto sax, Pietro Lussu on piano, Luca Fattorini on bass and on drums Fabio Sasso.

  • A Bangladeshi boy daily life in Buriganga River.

  • Indian Controlled Kashmir Weather turned pleasant after 4 days of rains after snow. The Himalayan region witnessed heavy snowfall and incessant rains for four days continuously, shutting the national highway off.

  • 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.

  • The Band of Roma Capitale has performed live in Piazza di Pietra performing classic songs. The concert concluded with the National Anthem performing.

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

  • Rain lashed Kolkata for the second consecutive day on Thursday. In span of three hours from 11.30 am to 2.30pm Kolkata recorded 39mm of rainfall.

  • Attractive views in Lahore.

  • 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.

  • Pakistani employee of local restaurant collecting hail from garden. Rain and hail poured down in Lahore and turned the weather cold.

  • 107th International Woman's Day was celebrates across Nepal with the theme, woman in the changing world of work, Planet 50-50 by 2030. On the occasion, Maiti Nepal Felicitated nine woman from Sindhupalchowk, working as conductors in Mahanagar Yatayar to acknowledge their outstanding work performance. Maiti Nepal honored Sabina Ghimire, Gopini Nepali, Rubina Rai, Bhima Ghimire, Chet Kumari Basnet, Kamala Poudel, Uma Bishwokarma, Renuka Adhikari and Sita Syangtan.

  • Women activists, along with female workers and the masses, staging of International Women's Day 2017 in front of the National Monument (MONAS), Jakarta. They demanded the government to guarantee equal rights for women, such as the right to get a decent job, the right to voice their opinions, get a decent place to live, and be able to protect women from violence and sexual abuse, to stop under-age marriages and other discrimination. The action was marred by clashes between police and mass, but the situation can be controlled, after an alleged provocateurs secured by police.

  • Women rights group Gabriela, lead a march to the U.S. embassy in Manila, noon Wednesday in observation of International Women's Day.

  • The sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus) is a species of requiem shark, and part of the family Carcharhinidae, native to the Atlantic Ocean and the Indo-Pacific. It remains listed as a vulnerable species by the IUCN, due to overfishing.

  • An estimated one thousand activists gathered in front of the New York City Public Library Main Branch for a rally against the Dakota Access Pipeline project & in solidarity with the Standing Rock activists. Some also voiced opposition to the Trump Administration's immigration & refugee policies & general xenophobia they allege the administration has promoted.

  • A pizza margherita DOP San Marzano tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella dop, oil and basil, Basil

  • The association founded by economist Luciano Barca has organized a series of meetings on issues of political and social economic interest. The first, which was held today 03/03/2017 at the Economy City in Rome hosted speeches by Susanna Camusso, Secretary General of the CGIL trade union and the economist Giuseppe Giavazzi.

  • Following a high-level thematic discussion convened in observance of World Wildlife Day, an official United Nations observance established by Resolution 205 of the 68th UN General Assembly in 2013; key representatives of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, the Wildlife Conservation Society and others held a press briefing at UN Headquarters in New York on current efforts to stop the illegal trade and trafficking of wildlife.

  • Pope Francesco went at the Basilica of St. Anselm on the Aventine hill and then in procession to the Basilica of Santa Sabina, where celebrated the Holy Mass on the occasion of the Ashes.

  • The rainfall has lashed the Valley since last evening and is expected to continue for more two days.

  • Various groups with church people led by environmentalist group KALIKASAN showed their support protest for the confirmation of Department of Environment Secretary Gina Lopez during their protest in front of the Senate of the Philippines office in Pasay City on March 1, 2017.

  • Meeting in Piazza del Campidoglio with Ann Wright, a former colonel in the US Army during the week against Israeli apartheid. The meeting was originally to take place in the Protomoteca Hall was canceled following protests by members of the Israeli community in Rome

  • An attractive cloud hovering over the sky during a pleasant weather.

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