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  • Fiorella Esposito is officially the Mayor of the City of Arzano. After reading the results of the ballot poll, proclaimed Fiorella Esposito mayor elected in the latest administrative elections.

  • About one hundred fifty people have been mobilized to look for Walter Klaus, a German hiker that was lost when climbing the Mount Sibayak, accompanied his wife and the family of Walter Klaus.

  • The "DEMA" candidate, Fiorella Esposito, wins the ballot against Gennaro De Mare. Esposito conquers 56 per cent of the consents and will be the mayor of the city of Arzano, in the province of Naples

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

  • The small town of San Pedro Manrique celebrated the anciente tradition of 'El Paso del Fuego' during the night of San Juan, which welcomes the summer season. The ritual consists in starting a bonfire and locals stepping barefoot on hot coals without burning the soles of their feet, most times with someone on their back.

  • Continued air strikes on the Maute-controlled barangays; street to street and house to house clearing operations; and soldiers patrolling the river and lakes to avoid the terrorist from escaping.

  • Wolter Klaus, 48 years old a tourist from Germany, was reported missing while climbing Mount Sibayak, in Karo regency on Thursday afternoon.

  • 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.

  • Pakistani shopkeeper arranging their musical instruments during World Music Day. World Music Day is being celebrated globally on today for music lovers. The ‘Fete de la Musique’ (World Music day) is a day of free events to celebrate the universal language of music conceptualized in 1976 by American musician Joel Cohen. It was first celebrated in Paris in the year 1982.

  • Pakistani guitar ambassador and renowned guitarist Sajjad Taffu gives training to the students at Alhamra hall on the eve of World Music Day in Lahore on June 21,2017.World Music Day is being celebrated globaly on today for music lovers. The ‘Fete de la Musique’ (World Music day) is a day of free events to celebrate the universal language of music conceptualized in 1976 by American musician Joel Cohen. It was first celebrated in Paris in the year 1982.

  • 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.

  • Napoli Pizza Village 2017 from September moves in June, from 17 to 25, thus leading to the opening of the Parthenopean summer. The world's largest pizzeria will also be open on the Long Neapolitan Sea for nine days, unlike the six anticipated in previous editions.

  • Implementation of curfew hours during Martial Law in Iligan City.

  • Traditional San Ranieri Regatta in Pisa. The famous Luminaria is dedicated to San Ranieri since 1688, when the grand duke of Tuscany, Cosimo de’ Medici, decided to put his body into a precious, marble tomb. At sunset, every June 16, thousands of candles previously put onto Pisa’s bridges, near doors and windows are lit up.

  • Pope Francis in the Basilica of St. Mary Major celebrated Corpus Christi, the traditional celebration of the body and blood of Christ.

  • Religious procession San Ludovico da Casoria Religious procession on the streets of Casoria, during the celebrations of San Ludovico da Casoria

  • People pray at Fatimey-Zahra Mosque on the 23rd day of Ramadan as eventual Laylat al-Qadr (Night of Power), One of the Muslim's holiest nights, in Baku, Azerbaijan on June 17, 2017. Azerbaijan people assume that 19th, 21st and 23rd days of Ramadan are probable Laylat al-Qadr night and named as Shab-i Ihya. They gather in mosques on these three nights and pray until the morning.

  • A shopkeeper is arranging Jamdani Saree at a Jamdani Saree Fair for the coming of Eid at National Museum, Dhaka. Jamdani are harming the reputation of the tradition of Bangladesh.

  • This morning there was the rally for the parade organized by the association Ciro Vive. Ciro Esposito is the fan who lost his life before the match of coopa Italy in Rome killed in a clash with a Romaness. Today, mom together with hundreds of young men and mums came down to the square to get under the prefecture's palace and deliver a document requesting an exemplary pen and not a reduction of the 26-year-old prison sentence to De Santis.

  • A journey into the Kronborg Castle, located in the town of Helsingor in Denmark, chosen by William Shakespeare to set Hamlet.

  • MANN Museum in Naples shows "il mondo che non c'era". There were 200 works of art from the Ligabue Collection exhibited at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (MANN) at the exhibition "il mondo che non c'era". The exhibition is open until 30 September 2017.In picture works of art exhibited at MANN.

  • Feast "Danzantes y Pecados", a celebration of Corpus Christi, which dates back many centuries and takes the form of an Auto Sacramental. It treats the eternal struggle between the Good and the Evil, represented with the dancers and the sins.

  • The growth of lava dome mount Sinabung it’s getting bigger, since the lava dome collapse last April 2017.

  • Gays Against Guns organized a rally and march in New York City’s West Village, starting at The Stonewall Inn on June 14, 2017; in memory of Gilbert Baker, creator of the Rainbow Flag, the international symbol of LGBTQ pride. The event also protest discrimination and bigotry against LGBTQ Americans that has been perpetuated by the Trump administration and the GOP. Baker died last March 31 at age 65.

  • Mount Sinabung continued its eruption with fully smoked on the top, seen from Perteguhen village, Karo district.

  • On Donald J. Trump's 71st birthday, June 14, 2017; Rise and Resist presented him plane tickets back to Russia. Hundreds of New Yorkers gathered outside Trump Tower for a #SadBirthday party, celebrating the ongoing resistance to his presidency and to stand against Trump's lies, hate, and corruption.

  • To prevent episodes that are contrary to the rules of urban design and to ensure proper protection of the historical, artistic and archaeological heritage of Rome Capital, the mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi, has signed an ordinance establishing a series of probation applied to about forty fountains of particular historical, artistic and archaeological interest including their bases and relevant areas of pertinence .

  • The project of the station, architect Zaha Hadid was officially presented on November 4, 2003. The new station has been compared in the railway sector to the Naples high speed-high capacity Parthenopean port, as it will accommodate all trains high speed that's not finishing their race in the Campania capital will be directed to other cities and therefore will not stop at Napoli Centrale Station.

  • On his visit to New York, Secretary Ben Carson was confronted by Community Voices Heard (CVH) protesting outside of the New York Stock Exchange on June 12,2017; in hopes that Secretary Ben Carson meet with the organizations that are affected by the HUD cut proposal.

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

  • Philippine Vice-President Leni Robredo with Senator Alan Peter Cayetano, Manila City Mayor Joseph “Erap” Estrada and Actor Cesar Montano raised the Philippine Flag to the monument of national hero Jose P. Rizal during the celebration of 119th Philippine Independence Day at Rizal Park in Manila City on June 12, 2017.

  • Vice President Leni Robredo with politicians and guest commemorates the 119th Independence Day of the Philippines.

  • 119th Independence Day celebration in Manila. Hopes restoring peace in Marawi was highlighted during the celebration.

  • The New York chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NY) and the New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC) partner with other leading civil rights groups and grassroots activists to rally in support of the Muslim community, showcasing a pluralistic alternative to the white supremacist and Islamophobic "March Against Sharia" in Foley Square. Rather than responding to ACT for America’s hateful rhetoric, organizers hope to put forth a separate and wholly positive and pluralistic message.

  • About a hundred people participated on the March Against Sharia organized by ACT for America at Foley Square in New York City as part of similar events in cities across the nation.

  • Al-Hajj Murad Ebrahim is the current chairman of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front and one of the key persons in the Bangsamoro peace process in the Philippines.

  • Livestock transhumance is a millenary tradition for herders to find better weather conditions and natural pasture during winter and summer for their animals. Shepherds led a flock of 1,200 sheep through the streets of Soria, north of Spain, in defense of ancient grazing, to campaign in favour of seasonal migration and promote the conservation of the 'cañadas' (ancient paths of livestock transhumance). The number of flocks of sheep in this Spanish province have declined between a 60-80% in the last two decades due to advanced age of the shepherds and ranchers, and the high production costs.

  • The President of the Council Paolo Gentiloni is participating in the commemorative ceremony of the 50th anniversary of the exodus of the Jews of Libya ( Major Temple of the Jewish community of Rome)

  • 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.

  • Tens of thousands of people attend an annual candlelight vigil at Hong Kong's Victoria Park to commemorate victims of 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre.

  • For the 28th year in succession, tens of thousands people had gathered Hong Kong's Victoria Park on the evening of June 4 in commemoration of the anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing.

  • Samaritans participate in a traditional ceremony celebrating the giving of the Torah on "Shavuot festival", atop Mount Gerizim near the West Bank city of Nablus. Shavuot Festival, known as the Feast of Weeks and as Pentecost in ancient Greek, is a Jewish holiday that occurs on the sixth day of the Hebrew month of Sivan. The Samaritan is a religious group that split from Judaism by the second century B.C.E. The Samaritans retained the Torah, the Five Books of Moses, as their Scripture. The Samaritan Bible refers to Mt. Gerizim, not Jerusalem, as the center of worship.

  • Pope Francis celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal with all the charismatics of the world to Rome. The 3rd June a great vigil with the Pope at the Circo Massimo.

  • Hundreds of people marched on June 3, 2017; through lower Manhattan to demand an impartial investigation into alleged Russian interference in the presidential election. The "March for Truth" was one of many demonstrations held nationwide calling for an investigation into ties between Russia and Donald Trump and his associates.

  • In honor of National Gun Violence Awareness Day, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, a part of Everytown for Gun Safety and the Wear Orange coalition, hosted the Fifth Annual Brooklyn Bridge March for Gun Sense to honor national gun violence awareness day. Hundreds of volunteers and gun violence survivors marched across the bridge, culminating in a rally at Foley Square led by the New York chapter of Moms Demand Action

  • Like every year, in the morning of the Imperial Forum, the military parade was held to celebrate the Republic Day in the presence of President Sergio Mattarella and the highest civilian and military positions in the state and a large number of Italian mayors.

  • The Afghan community in New York organized a vigil on June 2, 2017 at Washington Square Park, a time of mourning for the victims, survivors and their loved ones, and solidarity with the people of Afghanistan. On May 31st, the heart of Kabul city got hit with its deadliest bomb attack since 2001. During rush hour in Ramadan, a large water tanker was detonated in the high security green zone of the diplomatic district. The current death toll is at 90 with 400 plus injured.

  • Italy celebrates the 71st birthday of the Republic. President Mattarella laid a crown in front of the Unknown Soldier to shake off all those who served and serve the state every day. After the crown's surrender, the various representatives of the Italian Armed Forces are shown on Via dei Fori Imperiali. At the end of the parade, the Freccie Tricolori flying over the sky.

  • Military parade for the celebration of the 71st anniversary of the Italian Republic.

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