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  • Curug Parigi, Bantargebang, Bekasi, West Java

  • Participants in a beer yoga course perform a yoga exercise with a beer bottle, at OMMO Studios. A combination of yoga and beer in at the beer yoga class. Each class incorporates drinking and yoga poses, whether it’s balance bottles on their heads or take a few sips while doing yoga.

  • Outside the NYC Federal Building (26 Federal Plaza, Bway between Worth and Duane), which contains Medicaid offices, hundreds of New Yorkers who rely on Medicaid, including seniors and people with disabilities, will conduct political theater to protest congressional Republicans' plan to remake Medicaid.

  • 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.

  • Every year, on Nowruz, which marks the first day of spring and the beginning of the year in the Persian calendar, traditional health workers in Kashmir use leeches to treat people suffering from itchy and painful lumps that develop on the skin called ‘chilblains’ during the winter season.

  • Children with Down Syndrome rides a Tram during World Down Syndrome Day observation in Kolkata on March 21, 2017. The World Down Syndrome Day observes annually to raise awareness and create a global voice for their rights, inclusion and wellbeing with Down Syndrome.

  • Practitioners of the centuries-old alternative form of treatment use leeches to suck impure blood from the affected patient to treat various ailments. Though overshadowed by allopathic treatment over the years, people from various parts of Kashmir Travel miles to avail the therapy on Nouroz.

  • Leech suck blood from a foot of a child. After the traditional health worker uses leeches to suck blood as part of a treatment at Hazratbal on the banks of the Dal Lake on the outskirts of Srinagar,India administrated Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday, March 21, 2017. Every year traditional health workers in Kashmir use leeches to treat people for small, itchy, painful lumps that develop on the skin called chilblains acquired during winter on Nowruz, which marks the first day of spring and the beginning of the year in the Persian calendar.

  • 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.

  • Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organization, and United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed held a press conference at UN Headquarters in New York to announce the establishment by the UN Secretary-General of an "Interagency Coordination Group" to help combat antimicrobial resistant diseases.

  • Members of ProVita association hold a pro-life demonstration at the Pantheon to protest against Italian Parliament that began discussing a draft law on end-of-life rights and biological will in Rome, Italy. The move came just few weeks after the case of assisted suicide of a famous Italian DJ in Switzerland stirred a tense debate in the country.

  • Thousands of participants splattered various shades of colored of holy powder during the 5th annual “Holi Festival” that was presented by Asia Society Philippines and SM Mall of Asia (MOA) By the Bay in Pasay City on March 12, 2017. This tradition is celebrated in India since ancient times.

  • A Bangladeshi boy daily life in Buriganga River.

  • The Activist group #GetOrganizedBK held a rally and DIE-IN on March 11, 2017 at the Brooklyn Borough Hall steps and plaza in defense of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare after the GOP released their bill to gut the ACA, putting many Americans at serious health risks if the ACA is repealed or replaced with their plan. New York Elected Officials expressed their support and joined the DIE-IN.

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

  • Girls and woman from different participate at Dhaka Woman’s Marathon marking international Woman’s Day with the theme “safer Dhaka for Woman” at Hatirjheel.

  • Bangladeshi acid attracts survival walls on a catwalk on the eve of International Woman’s Day during the fashion event ‘Beauty redefined’ arrange by Action Aid Bangladesh.

  • Member’s of Philippine National Police (PNP) S.O.C.O. (Scene of the Crime Operatives) investigated and document the crime scene and remain of Efren Claus Romero Jr, 26 years old was shot at the head by un-identified vigilantes and his friend AKA Muslim also executed at Luzon Avenue, Brgy. Culiat in Quezon City on March 8, 2017.

  • A suspected drug pusher Mark Anthony Ignacio, 34 years old (center in white t-shirt) was arrested by the members of Philippine National Police (PNP) during illegal drug buy bust operation in 32 Arayat St. Cubao, Quezon City on March 8, 2017. A police officers in left while auditing all the evidences inside the drug den and another 3 drug users (sitting on the floor on right side) was arrested during the police operation.

  • Students & teacher’s joined to the noise barrage to condemn the proposed return of Death Penalty in front of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde in Taft Avenue, Manila City on March 8, 2017.

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

  • Vera Twomey and TD Gino Kenny Speking to maid outside government building after having a 'positive' four-hour meeting with Health Minister Simon Harris. Vera is campaigning to get a medicinal cannabis treatment for her daughter.

  • Vera Twomey has been welcomed into dáil éireann as she finished her grueling walk from Cork To Dublin. She began the 260km trek from her home in Dublin last Monday as a protest against decisions to restrict her seven-year-old daughter, who has a rare form of epilepsy, from accessing cannabis-based medication.

  • Vera Twomey 260km walk from her home to the Dáil as a protest against decisions to restrict her daughter Ava, who has rare form of epilepsy called Dravet’s syndrome, from accessing the drug.

  • The NGO "Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict" presented its field monitor report entitled "Every Clinic is Now on the Frontline: The Impact of Attacks and Military Use of Hospitals on Children in Afghanistan" at UN Headquarters in New York.

  • Physically challenged people, hold a rally and law break program protesting against both state and union government for not fulfilling their necessities.

  • Dynamic Teen Company (DTC) by 2009 CNN Hero Efren Peñaflorida was awarded this year a two personalities for their effort to changes lives of other peoples by their on way. The first awardee is Ms. Universe 2nd Runner-up Maria Margarita Roxas Moran-Floirendo or locally known as Margie was awarded for her effort to maintain the peace in Mindanao and helping different communities.The second is International Singer / Actress Maria Lea Carmen Salonga – Chein or locally known as Lea Salonga was awarded for her effort to share her skills to various peoples.

  • 1st Bodhisattvas In Action (BIA) Wheelchair 4Km Marathon is held on Saturday March 04, 2017 at Bhrikuti Mandap, Kathmandu, Nepal in collaboration with Embrace the Change (ETC). 150 Wheelchair Racer Participated on the 4Km Marathon competition. The theme for this year’s wheelchair marathon is “My Wheelchair, My Freedom”. This aims to create awareness that the wheelchair is not their barrier. It is a freedom tool which demands for a barrier free society on an equal basis. This day also marks the birthday of Founder/President Chogyal Rinpoche . So, this marathon will be organized every year to promote players in wheelchairs.

  • Children with their parents condemning the proposed to lowering a minimum age of criminal responsibility from 15 years old to 9 years old and they also call to stop the Oplan Tokhang witch several children’s died in the operation during their activities in Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI) National Cathedral in Ermita. The event was organized by UNCHAIN Children, in partnership with Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI) and National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP).

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

  • Rally for the legalization of sex workers industry held in Kyiv during the in the international day of sex workers rights protection. Human rights activists and supporters of the legalization of prostitution came under the walls of Parliament Government and the Presidential Administration with demand to cancel the administrative punishment for prostitution.

  • 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.

  • Sit-in at the City of Arzano (Naples) of the paper mill employees "Le Cartiere del Sud" Cooperative ". The factory was closed after the decision by the Prefectural Commissioner (Commissione Prefettizia), to withdraw the health license to the firm.

  • Ramnaami are the few left people of the sect Akhil bhartiya Ramnami Mahasabha . Even elders dont know the reason of disappearing of Ramnamis.

  • West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee inaugurated Kamalnayan Bajaj Sankara Nethralaya in New Town, Kolkata.

  • Children work in brick fields to help a family. Most of them do not go school and all children are diagnosed with the health problem. Child labor is around 12%. In 2006 the Bangladeshi government made child labor illegal to employ children fewer than 14 but till now over 12% of 5 – 14-year-olds work in the informal sector. Poverty is the main driven force behind child labor.

  • Various groups led by human right group KARAPATANA protest action at Gate3, Ateneo de Manila University, Katipunan Ave., Quezon City to condemn the AFP’s allegedly human rights violator. AFP Chief Lt. Gen. Eduardo Año is scheduled to speak at a forum inside the University with the theme "Protecting state and the peoples", Lt. Gen. Eduardo Año is also the perpetrator for the abduction of reporter Jonas Burgos according to the protesters.

  • Bangladeshi brick field workers carry finished brick in the Narayanganj brick field where labor migrate for seasonal jobs; they work on hazard condition with low salaries.

  • The increased level of poverty in Indonesia makes the most ordinary people decide to live scavengers at one landfill in Medan, Northern Sumatra.

  • On the occasion of International Condom Day (ICD) organized by Indian wing of AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest global AIDS organization operating in 38 countries—a February 13th holiday observed in conjunction with Valentine’s Day—by promoting prevention of STDs, HIV and unwanted pregnancies through free condom distribution and safer sex awareness event and activities at Central Park, Connought Place. This year’s event theme is ‘Condom : Always in Fashion’

  • An exhibition during an event to mark International Condom Day at Cannaught Place Central park in Delhi.

  • Thousands of New Yorkers rally at Washington Square Park, in Garibaldi Plaza to stand with Planned Parenthood to respond and react to the “Defund Planned Parenthood” protests scheduled at Planned Parenthood locations across America this Saturday.

  • Several hundred pro-choice, anti-Trump administration demonstrators gathered in Washington Square park to rally & demand that Planned Parenthood continue to receive federal funding, which the Republican Congress has targeted for defunding under the Trump administration.

  • Hundreds of men in Paracale does dangerous compressor gold mining despite the DENR had ordered closure of 23 mining sites in the Philippines.

  • Grand finale for the Red Dress Collection 2017 fashion show by Macys at Hammerstein Ballroom at Manhattan Center benefit American Heart Association

  • The fire victims collecting some metal that they can be used or sold to the junk shop to get money for their family. More than 1,100 houses and more than 3,500 families affected at Parola Fire in Tondo Manila City on February 8, 2017. The fire started at 9:30 PM last night (February 7, 2017).

  • The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) department in Shifa Hospital in Gaza city is donated by the Japanese government. The Israeli blockade to the Gaza strip has made the department and the hospital at breaking point facing shortage of medical equipments and medicines. The electricity shortage in the Gaza strip also has caused huge problem to the day to day running of the hospital. Photo 25th January 2017

  • On February 4, 2017, New York Elected Officials, thousands of LGBTQ members and concerned New Yorkers gathered at the Stonewall National Monument in Greenwich Village, New York in response to Donald Trump’s recent executive orders targeting Muslim, Latino/Latina, immigrant and refugee communities. This rally brought together citizens of all backgrounds, standing in solidarity with those targeted by these actions.

  • A Bangladeshi girl Shanaj (10) poses for a photo at Dhaka Medical Collage Hospital. She was affected by so called “tree man syndrome”, with bark-like warts growing on her face could be the first female ever afflicted by rare illness. A doctor says, she may be affected by a rare genetic hereditary skin disorder.

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