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  • Hundreds of thousands of spectators turned out to view the 48th Annual Heritage of Pride March. The annual event featured politicians, gay-friendly corporate sponsors and marching units representing LGBTQ advocacy groups from the New York Metro area and from across the nation.

  • Eddie C. Cabrera aka Virga at the entertainment industry, 50 years old (left) a transgender and John Douglas Clark, 61 yrs. old from Australia and the couple are in 7 years in relationship, joined on the Grand Mass Wedding that was done Rev. Crescencio Agbayani Jr. under by LGBTS Christian Church Inc. in Project 8, Quezon City. The wedding participants are composing of 10 lesbian couples, 4 gay couples and 1 transgender couple.

  • Patients inside Amai Pakpak Medical center suffer the terror of crossfire in Marawi City.

  • Rescued families from the crossfire between government troops and Maute/ISIS terrorists groups .

  • Senator Chuck Schumer held a press conference at Bellevue hospital in Manhattan expressing his commitment to fight Trumpcare.

  • Militants convene at Plaza Miranda for its “Walk for Mindanao” in Manila City on June 23, 2017. The group condemned the one month declaration of President Duterte of Martial Law in Mindanao and to call for the stop bombing within the island and to assert for just peace.

  • On the occasion of the launch of the 2017 World Drug Report, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Director for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs Jean-Luc Lemahieu and UNODC Research Officer Dr. Thomas Pietschmann held a press briefing at UN Headquarters to detail key findings in the document.

  • Planned Parenthood organized #PinkOut Day, in an effort to make lawmakers confront the cruelty of their health care bill by turning the internet pink, and showing up in cities and towns across the country wearing pink.

  • NYC healthcare and resistance activists and allies organized a round-the-clock and overnight protest in advance of Possible U.S. Senate “TrumpCare” debate and vote next week. New Yorkers on Medicaid and ACA plans gathered share stories and bear witness to what’s at stake during the 24-hour vigil to save our healthcare in front of the Globe Statue outside Trump International Hotel on Columbus Circle in Manhattan on June 21 at 5 p.m. through June 22 at 5 p.m.

  • 15th annual Solstice in Times Square: Mind Over Madness Yoga - Find your center at the Crossroads of the World. This year, on June 21, 2017; the northern hemisphere’s longest day of the year, thousands of yogis from around the world travel to Times Square to celebrate the Summer Solstice with free yoga classes taking place all day long in the heart of New York City.

  • Yoga class held in a street in Malmö, Sweden. As part of the international Yoga Day a free class was held in one of the streets in central Malmö

  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt canceled his speech to the far right think tank, the Manhattan Institute to avoid significant opposition from New York environmental groups and and other community leaders on June 21, 2017; at the Harvard Club in Manhattan where over a hundred people organized a protest.

  • Rescued casualties who are trapped on the war-torn city are being attended medically at Amai Pakpak Medical Center in Marawi.

  • National Cadet Corps cadets participated in a mega yoga event on the occasion of International Day of Yoga on June 21, 2017 in Kolkata. The International Day of Yoga celebrated annually on June 21 was declares by United Nation. It was suggested by India Prime Minister Narendra Modi as it was the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and has special significances in many parts of the world.

  • People perform Yoga ahead of International Yoga day celebration at Parade Ground in Allahabad. International Day of Yoga, or commonly and unofficially referred to as Yoga Day, is celebrated annually on 21 June since its inception in 2015. An international day for yoga was declared unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on 11 December 2014. Yoga is a physical, mental, and/or spiritual practice attributed mostly to India. The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his UN address suggested the date of 21 June, as it is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and shares special significance in many parts of the world.

  • The Ecological Island located on the External Circumvent. The inaugural ceremony is held with Don Francesco Martino, who has imparted the blessing of the important structure throughout the community of Qualiano.

  • High temperatures in most of Spain.

  • A fisherman while removing a fish and crab trap outside the fishpond that full of garbage in Obando, province of Bulacan on June 5, 2017. Several area of the sea of Obando, Bulacan was infested by garbage from the open landfill from the other town that brought by a wave that depends on the current flow and wind of the ocean.

  • Spain’s weather agency AEMET said the very high temperatures, up to 42ºC, are expected for tomorrow Thursday, June 14 2017, in many center and southern towns and cities of the country.

  • Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Institution carries 150 tons of rice donated by the people of Aceh to Africa. As many as 150 tons of rice will be brought to the African Continent through the Port of Belawan, North Sumatra. It is estimated, the journey will take about 30 days. Rice donated through the Humanitarian Ship program aims to ease the burden on the people of Africa, especially Somalia in the face of famine. Previously on June 5, 2017 ACT has sent 1000 tons of rice to Somalia.

  • People around the world commemorate the World Blood Donor day, which happens to fall in the month of Ramadan, a blessed month. The purpose of today's warning is to recall the importance of blood donation. In Indonesia, through the Ministry of Health has done various things and activities to increase public awareness of the importance of blood donors to play a role in encouraging caring for others.

  • Philippines Celebrated it's 119th Independence Day with lots of humanitarian works.

  • Regarding a rapidly escalating outbreak of cholera in Yemen, Geert Cappalaere, the UNICEF Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa, spoke with the press at UN Headquarters on efforts to combat the disease amid ongoing militarized conflict in the nation.

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  • Greenpeace activist held a peace action by unfold banners and use US President Donald Trump's mask in front of US Embassy for Indonesia in Jakarta, on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. The action as an expression of their regrets after US President Donald Trump declared the US retreat from Paris Agreement on last week. According to greenpeace, as the world's second largest emitter contributor after China, the US retreat considered to be only a serious obstacle in the attempt to contain global temperature rise of 1.5 degrees Celsius. In fact, according to Greenpeace data, China has proven its transition commitment by building a 43,000 megawatt solar powered power plant until 2016 and halting the construction of 104 coal-fired steam power…

  • Health providers, patients, grassroots organizers, NYC Council member and co-founder of #GetOrganizedBK Brad Lander, NY assembly member Richard Gottfried and concerned New York residents organized a Die-In against Trumpcare and for affordable coverage for all on June 4, 2017; at 33 Street Plaza, W. 33 St. between 7th and 8th Ave, Manhattan. Protesters rally to warn US Senate of human toll of “repeal/replace” health plans.

  • Activist groups and concerned citizens held a rally at Foley Square and then marched to New York City Hall in protest of Trump’s attack on the Paris climate agreement.

  • After more than a week of protest & controversy, CUNY School of Public Health held graduation ceremonies in Harlem's Apollo Theater with former president of the Arab American Association of New York, Linda Sarsour, giving a rousing keynote speech.

  • Daily life in Penas Tanggul village or known as the colorful and non-smoking village. Penas Tanggul village is one of the villages located on the banks of the Cipinang River, the difference is that this village is very well arranged with a colorful and smoke-free concept.

  • After the New York Single-Payer healthcare bill passed the New York Assembly last week, constituents of New York State Senator Marty Golden aim to highlight his role in the potential success or failure of the New York Health Act (bill S4840) by organizing a rally in front of his Brooklyn office on May 31, 2017.

  • Activist took part in a rally with skeleton attire to create awareness among the general people during observe "World No Tobacco Day" in Kolkata May 31, 2017.

  • India Dental Association along with Narayana Superspecialty Hospital organized a campaign march to create awareness on health hazards of consuming Tobacco on the eve of World No Tobacco Day in Kolkata.

  • Due to hot and humid weather of Metro Manila hundreds of local tourists flocked to Daranak Waterfalls to have a cool dip. Daranak Waterfalls is a popular swimming destination in Tanay town and it generates 12 million pesos income yearly for tourists visits.

  • Scavenging organic waste, to be eaten, in landfills of medan city.

  • A coalition of physicians, AIDS activists, medical students, and women’s health and rights advocates staged a political theater piece in front of the globe outside Trump International Hotel on may 25, 2017; to protest Trump’s global gag rule, which expands the policy restriction to all U.S. global health funding. The expanded policy will prevent health workers from providing basic health care services, will promote unsafe abortions, and will impede progress toward an end to the HIV pandemic.

  • Press Conference at the Ministry of Health to present the new and innovative app for the first child-friendly aid promoted and conceived by the Fondazione onlus "Parole di Lulù". Presented by Alberto Villani, President of the Italian Society of Pediatrics (SIP), Shirin Amini, President of the Fondazione "Parole di Lulù", Davide Faraone, Undersecretary of Health, and Italian songwriter Niccolò Fabi

  • The city where pizza was born, it was home to the Mostra d'Oltremare in Fuorigrotta, the fair dedicated to the pizza world. More than 200 stands will be open for three days to showcase the new mixing techniques and everything surrounding the mythical street food

  • Chili dish eating competition during Magayon Festival.

  • Inauguration of the Village of Health that will accompany the 18th edition of Race for the Cure in Rome. Guests Maria Grazia Cucinotta and Rosanna Banfi, the testimonial of the Race, the President of Napoli Calcio Aurelio De Laurentiis, the Councilor for Work, Equal Opportunities and Staff of the Lazio Region Lucia Valente, the Councilor for the person, school and social Rome Capital Laura Baldassarre

  • Vehicles are stuck in traffic jams. Traffic density in the capital city is due to the high number of private vehicle use. Based on data from the Directorate of Traffic, Jakarta Metro Police, by 2015 the number of vehicles, motorcycles or cars grows to 12 percent per year, equivalent to 5,500 to 6,000 units per day, while road growth is only 0.01 percent per year.

  • Renewable energy advocates rallied outside Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Manhattan office on May 17, 2017; to tell him that New Yorkers won't stand for his nuclear bailout plan, which is expected to cost ratepayers $7.6 billion over the next 12 years.

  • Former Department of Environment (DENR) Sec. Gina Lopez condemned Department of Finance Sec. Carlos Domingues for continuing support and campaigning the mining industries in the Philippines during her press conference at Annabeles Restaurant in Tomas Morato. Quezon City on May 16, 2017.

  • 3-in-1 ART tablet composed of efavirenz, lamivudine and tenovir which are given for free to HIV patients in the Philippines. 784 HIV patients out of 968 new HIV antibody zero-positive individuals reported to began began taking anti-retroviral treatments (ART) to lower their viral load and improve their immune response. In March 2017, the HIV/AIDS & ART Registry of the Philippines (HARP), registered 968 new HIV patients which is the highest number of cases reported since 1984.

  • Very high levels of air pollution in Hong Kong. The Environmental Protection Department, the air quality health index had reached 8 at roadside stations in the two districts, indicating a very high health risk.

  • About 1000 refugees, aboard the Norwegian Ship "Siem Pilot", disembarked in Salerno. Migrants, for the majority of sub-Saharan origin, have been recovered in several operations in the Mediterranean. Onboard also the corpse of a three year old baby.

  • Social activist and children fly decorative balloon with poster and cutout from boat and Ganges shore carrying messages regarding World Thalassemia Day. Thalassaemia and AIDS Prevention Society organized an awareness generation program on the occasion of World Thalassemia Day in Kolkata.

  • The NYC Cannabis Parade happening on Saturday, May 6, 2017; is a four-decade old original New York City tradition, part of the city's classic heritage of cutting-edge progressive movements and protest advocacy. The Global Marijuana March (GMM) was born in New York City as the first annual pro-cannabis event and since expanded to hundreds of different cities in dozens of countries worldwide taking place in hundreds of cities around the world on the first Saturday of every May since 1999.

  • The mothers took their children to the Family Planning Service Post - Integrated Health (Posyandu) to receive the immunization vaccine in Cibitung, Bekasi, West Java. Posyandu is a basic health activity post organized by, from, and for communities assisted by health workers. The main activity is to provide immunization services to infants and toddlers in order to reduce the number of deaths from viruses, as well as an early detection medium for malnutrition cases.

  • Around 425 cases of scabies in deer has been reported by local authorities in the last three years in the Spanish province of Soria, north of the country.

  • Institute of Hematology & Transfusion Medicine, Medical College, Kolkata organize a campaign walk to create awareness on prevention of Thalassaemia as the part Thalassemia Month observation ahead of World Thalassaemia Day on May 08 today.


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