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  • BCG immunization is one of the immunizations that must be given to the baby. Its function is to prevent tuberculosis (tuberculosis) disease or what is now known as TB. BCG is an extension of Bacillus Calmette-Guérin. Provision of BCG immunization in infants in Indonesia is generally performed on newborns and is recommended at the latest given before the baby is 3 months old. For infants who will be given BCG immunization after the age of 3 months, should be tested tuberculin first. The tuberculin test (Mantoux test) is performed by injecting the protein of the TB germ (antigen) in the upper arm skin layer. The skin will react to the antigen, when it has been exposed to TB germs. The reaction is a red bump on the skin in the injection area.

  • Sister Patricia 'Pat' Fox with her legal council Atty. Maria Sol Taule during the press conference held at the Institute of Spirituality, New Manila on Friday, July 20, 2018.

  • Responding to a call from Palestinian Civil society, a small group of NYC-based activists have come together at Bryant Park on July 20, 2018 in solidarity with Palestinians’ Great March of Return in Gaza, showcasing photos and sharing stories of those killed during the protests along the Gaza Strip border fence by Israeli Defense Forces

  • India' s first cafe that is run by the HIV positive youths is set up at the city of joy Calcutta. It is indeed a great initiative taken by Mr. Kallol Ghosh, founder of ANANDAGHAR, a shelter for HIV positive youths. Mr. Ghosh is the owner and mastermind behind this "Cafe Positive".

  • The Mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi inaugurates the exhibition dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the bombing of the Roman district of San Lorenzo on July 19, 1943 and visit the artistic installation called "Sagome 547", created by the Horti Lamiani Association in the square in front of the Basilica of San Lorenzo Outside the Walls, symbolizing the slaughter of children that takes place silently every day in the world

  • New Yorkers gathered to protest outside the 2018 Delivering Alpha Conference at the Pierre Hotel on July 18, 2018, where Steve Bannon participated as a speaker, to make clear that his far-right fascist beliefs are not welcome in NYC. The group also protested major investment firms that profit off of detentions and deportations that attended the conference.

  • Joining fellow Americans in 70+ cities across the country, concerned citizens in New York City gathered in Times Square on July 18, 2018, at the Confront Corruption and Demand Democracy rally and vigil, to demand accountability from elected officials and confront corruption while bolstering our democracy nationwide.

  • Regent Muhtarom [right] and Vice Regent Iswanto [left] while boarding fighter type F-5 Tiger grant from Indonesian Army National Air Force [TNI AU] through Lanud Iswahjudi Magetan for historical monument at Mejayan Square Madiun District

  • On the occasion of the civitas award of the city of Pozzuoli (Napoli) inaugural concert of the new lighting path of the Macellum of Pozzuoli For the first time, the public will be able to walk among the remains of the "Tempio di Serapide" between music and plays of light. On stage the orchestra The Modern Movie Classic Orchestra, directed by Giovanni Borrelli. Alessandro Cecchi Paone presents the show.

  • A number of residents assisted the excavation of the land to facilitate officers from the Yogyakarta Archaeological Center to conduct research on Ngurawan Site in Madiun. Officers for 4 years are gradually researching the area to look for physical evidence that allegedly ordinary residential place of the ancient kingdom

  • Bonalu or Goddess Mahankali bonalu is a Hindu Festival, Goddess Mahakali is worshiped. Bonalu is an annual festival of Telangana celebrated in Twin Cities Hyderabad, Secunderabad and other parts of Telangana

  • Zephyr Teachout, candidate for NYS Attorney General presented her Landlord/Tenant Platform outside Austin Nichols House in Williamsburg on July 16, 2018, in response to news reports that 19 tenants are suing Kushner Cos, for harassing them out of their rent stabilized apartments by exposing kids to cancer causing substances and called on other candidates for Attorney General to reject real estate money.

  • First batch of 820 Kashmiri Hajj pilgrims left for annual Pilgrimage to Mekkah, Saudi Arabia from Srinagar, Indian Administered Kashmir on 14 July 2018. The Hajj is a religious pilgrimages to Makkah, Saudi Arabia. The Hajj is obligatory to perform for every muslim at least once in lifetime. More than 2 million Muslims from over 183 countries make Hajj each year.

  • Cynthia Nixon, Candidate for NY Governor, held a press conference in Peekskill with local community leaders calling on New York State to shut down the Spectra/Enbridge AIM Pipeline. The recently installed 42" diameter fracked gas pipeline, located within 105' of critical safety infrastructure of the aging and failing nuclear power plant. The site also holds 40 years worth of radioactive spent nuclear fuel in overcrowded and inadequate containers. Nixon urged New York Public Service Commission (PSC) to use authority delegated by Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) to ensure the shut down of gas through AIM pipeline.

  • Martyr's Day is held in Kashmir on 13th of July every year to pay the tribute to 23 civilians who were killed in the year 1931 by then Dogra ruler of Kashmir, Maharaja Hari Singh. However, authorities have put curfew in place to stop the people and pro-freedom parties participation in the tribute ceremony fearing Anti-India protests.

  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the powerhouse insurgent who unseated the 20-year incumbent Joe Crowley in Congressional District 14, announced her endorsement of Zephyr Teachout for Attorney General of the State of New York today in a press conference on July 12, 2018, at the Charging Bull statue in lower Manhattan.

  • The Philippine Enforcement Agency (PDEA) and the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) that sealed their partnership to prevent the shipment, delivery, and transportation of illegal drugs and controlled precursors and essential chemical (CPECs) using marine vessels.

  • In an effort to stop drug smuggling using the country's vast expanse of coastlines, the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) and the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) at the PDEA National Headquarter, Quezon City on Wednesday, July 11, 2018.

  • Two rebels namely Sameer Ahmad Sheikh a local and Babar from Pakistan were killed in an encounter with Indian forces in Shopian district of Kashmir. One of the civilians Tamsheel Khan an 18 year old boy also lost his life when he was shot during the protests around the gun battle site and many suffered injuries.

  • National Action Network (NAN) leadership and leading activists commited an act non violent civil disobedience outside Trump Tower in New York on July 9, 2018, resisting Trump SCOTUS nominee from day one and call on Senator Chuck Schumer and the Democrats to hold the line at all costs.

  • Curfew was implemented across Kashmir to thwart protests call given by Pro-Freedom leaders on the aniversary of the Iconic Rebel Leader Burhan Muzaffar Wani and 100's others who were killed by Indian Forces in 2016 Uprising against Indian State for the freedom of Indian Administered Kashmir.

  • Performers take part in the annual Jakarnaval Carnival in Jakarta. Jakarnaval is an annual event that is nuanced cultural parade organized and held by the Government of Jakarta in commemoration of the 491th anniversary.

  • Annual viking show and market at the historical site Trelleborgen in the center of the town Trelleborg in the province of Skåne in Sweden.

  • Liberty Island was evacuated because of a person climbing the Statue of Liberty's base on the Fourth of July shortly after seven protesters who unfurled an "Abolish ICE" banner from the statue's pedestal calling for abolishing Immigration and Customs Enforcement were arrested.

  • Day of the Windmill in Sweden, with festivities at Kronetorps mölla highlighting the importance of windmills in agricultural history.

  • Over 15 thousand New Yorkers marched in support of immigrant families and to condemn the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” policies on June 30, 2018. The Protect Families March and Rally, organized by dozens of advocacy groups, legal and immigrants’ rights organizations, trade unions, and concerned citizens, set off from Foley Square and marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to gather for a rally and speaking program in Cadman Plaza.

  • A brick with a homophobic slur on its was thrown through a window of one of Dublin's most iconic gay bar

  • The NYC Democratic Socialists of America organized the march to #AbolishICE. The march began at City Hall, walk past the Attorney General’s Office, and end at 26 Federal Plaza—the site of ICE’s Enforcement Removal Operations Office.

  • On the occasion of the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul, patrons of Rome, returns the traditional event organized by the Pro Loco of Rome along Via della Conciliazione and in Piazza Pio XII, now in its seventh edition, this year hosts 14 locations related to the tradition of floral decorations who have created as many floral paintings with the most diverse techniques. The floral decorations are an ancient Roman tradition, expression of the baroque festival, born just in Rome for the invention of Gian Lorenzo Bernini who built the first in the year 1625.

  • Union activists held an emergency protest in Foley Square in Manhattan, home of federal and state courthouses on June 27, 2018. The workers rally to show that their unions will not be cowed by attempts to destroy their collective power. This morning the Supreme Court ruled against unions and all working people in the Janus v. AFSCME case. Overturning 40 years of precedent.

  • Over a thousand New Yorkers and immigration rights community organizations gathered at Foley Square in lower Manhattan on June 26, 2018, to rally against the Supreme Court decision announced this morning to uphold the Muslim Ban. The Asian American Federation is calling on its member agencies, advocates and community leaders, allies, and elected officials to stand together in solidarity.

  • Twelve civilian informants received P7, 389,508.52 in cash rewards from the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) under the PDEA Operation: Private Eye (OPE), a reward and incentive scheme designed to encourage private citizens to report any suspected illegal drug activities in their community.

  • Activist group Beyond Extreme Energy partially stop operations at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) headquarters in Washington DC on June 25, 2018, by installing 2 mocked fracking wells and laying an inflatable pipeline on the street outside the employee garage from 7am to early afternoon, successfully preventing them from accessing the workplace. Activists are demanding a halt to the permitting and building of all new fossil fuel pipelines and other infrastructure.

  • (EDITORS NOTE: Imaged depicts death) Thousands of people attended the funeral of slain rebel commander Shakoor Ahmad Dar who was killed along with his Pakistani Associate during a brief Gunfight with Indian Forces in Sopat Village of Kulgam District, Indian Administered Kashmir on 25 June 2018.

  • Since the ship has been reported sinking, search for victims of sinking ship was done, there are 21 victims were found, consisting of 18 survivors and three dead. Two of the victims have been identified. One more body was still identified in Tuan Rondahaim General Hospital of Pematangraya. Based on the list of missing victims who were complained at the post by families who felt the loss of a family member, there were about 164 people missing. Based on the weight of the ship, the ship should only have a capacity of 60 people

  • During the celebration of the ancient tradition of 'La Descubierta' in San Pedro Manrique, northern Spain. 'Móndidas' were priestesses that made offering of flowers and fruits to the gods when these lands were inhabited by Celtiberian tribes during the final centuries BC.

  • Four rebels and one civilian was killed during an encounter with Indian Forces in Sirigufara area of Islamabad dictrict of South Kashmir on Friday morning. Forces resorted to live ammunation, teargas shelling and fired pellets as thousands of people joined the funeral procession and clashed with forces in many areas of Kashmir. Dozens of the protesters sustained injuries during the clashes. Meanwhile, authorities have suspended internet services in Srinagar and four other districts of Kashmir to maintain Law and Order.

  • Galagodaatte Gnanasara Thero, who was sentenced to six month rigorous imprisonment, was granted bail on two sureties of Rs.500,000 each and prevented from travelling abroad by Homagama Magistrate's court in Homagama, near the capital Colombo Sri Lanka, Friday, June 22, 2018

  • Dozens of parents and babies took over the offices of Thomas R. Decker, New York field office director for ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations at the ninth floor of 26 Federal Plaza on June 21, 2018, in protest of the Trump administration’s heartless separation of children from their families. Local children sang together and drew on paper hearts to leave behind in support of the more than 2,000 boys and girls torn from their families as a result of the Trump administration’s horrific “zero tolerance” policy. Hundreds gathered also outside ICE offices in support of immigrant families and asylum seekers.

  • Reopens after 18 years the path along the slopes of the Palatine Hill in Rome. A walk through the greenery that spans more than 1500 years of history and is almost a kilometer long. Presentation to the press with the Director of the Archaeological Park of Alfonsina Russo and Archaeologist of the Superintendency Alessandro D'Alessio.

  • A massive public protest was organized in New York City on June 20, 2018, in observance of World Refugee Day. Hundreds of New Yorkers from dozens of refugee, immigrant, religious, and community organizations staged a march from Bryant Park and rally in front of the United Nations. Protesters called attention to the delicate issues by representing refugees excluded by Trump administration with life-size orange rafts symbolizing refugee ocean crossings, large-scale photos of refugees, and by reading of the names of refugees who have died in transit.

  • Lamitan City prepares for their 11th founding anniversary as the only city in the province of Basilan which is notorious home of the Abu Sayyaff terror group

  • Over 100 New Yorkers came together outside Governor Andrew Cuomo’s fundraiser at the Plaza Hotel on June 18, 2018, calling on the New York governor to act on climate and prison injustice under the umbrella of “Cuomo’s Pipelines: Prisons to Poisons Are Bad For New York.” This is the first time these two movements have come together to demand systemic change from the governor.

  • Participants compete in a Dragon Boat Race in Aberdeen Harbor to mark the Dragon Boat Festival (Tung Ng Festival) in Hong Kong, China,

  • Parade through town during Caserta Pride,in Italy.

  • In relation with the agreement between Greece and FYROM concerning the name of Macedonia, New Democracy party lead the session of Hellenic parliament for mistrust against Greek Government.

  • Muslim devotee offers prayer on Eid ul-fitar.

  • At the start of father's day weekend, families of fathers facing deportation, community organizations, and allies, gathered outside Immigration Court at 26 Federal Plaza on June 15, 2018, to raise their voices calling for an end to deportations. Several pairs of shoes were laid on the sidewalk to symbolize the fathers separated from their families.

  • Muslims around the world bid adieu to the month of Ramadhan as they prepare for the festival of Eid-ul-fitr, that marks the end of holy month. The Islamic holy book of Qura'n delivers message of peace and universal brotherhood and is believed to be revealed in this month.

  • People carry the coffin of Shujaat Bukhari, slain Editor-in-Chief of the Kashmir Based Local English daily newspaper Rising Kashmir, during his funeral at Kreeri area of Baramullah District of Indian Administered Kashmir on 15 June 2018. Bukhari was killed after unknown gunmen shot on his vehicle killing Bukhari and two of his Body Guards. However, no Kashmir militant group has claimed the responsibility and has urged United Nations to probe the Killing of the Senior Editor internationally.