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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.

  • 150 homeless, formerly homeless, faith and community leaders blocked the entrance to Governor Cuomo's offices and Senate Chambers to demand progressive tax policies to end homelessness, income inequality and prepare for Trump cuts.

  • Fourteen 'Cofradias' (Catholic religious brotherhoods) of several spanish provinces gathered in Almazán, north of Spain, to celebrate the 'X Exaltación del tambor, la corneta y el bombo' tradition, in which penitents reunite to play drums, cornets and bass drums.

  • Bangladesh Deputy High Commission office observes Genocide Day. Bangladesh adopts a resolution declaring March 25, as Genocide Day to commemorate the genocide by the Pakistani force on the night if March 25, 1971. Bangladesh also asks United Nation to declare March 25 as Genocide Day globally.

  • European Leaders in the Hall of the Orazi e Curiazi of Campidoglio in Rome, in front of the original '57 document, signed a text to revive in the next 10 years the European integration.

  • Following a United Nations Security Council debate on Council Resolution 2347 regarding the protection of cultural heritage in armed conflict situations, a trio of principle participants in the meeting held a press encounter at the Security Council stakeout at UN Headquarters in New York.

  • Anti-LGBTIQ Hate Bus Hits Streets of New York. On March 23, 2017, a group called CitizenGO is launching the so-called #FreeSpeechBus in the United States with a first stop display at One Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza in New York. A similarly styled bus received strong pushback in Spain earlier this year and was recently banned in Madrid on the premise that it was discriminatory and could incite hate crimes.

  • The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient citadel located on an extremely rocky outcrop above the city of Athens and contains the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon.

  • Anafiotika is a scenic tiny neighborhood of Athens, part of the old historical neighborhood called Plaka. It lies in northern east side of the Acropolis hill. The first houses were built in the era of Otto of Greece, when workers from the island of Anafi came to Athens in order to work as construction workers in the refurbishment of King Othon's Palace.[1] The first two inhabitants were listed as G. Damigos, carpenter, and M. Sigalas, construction worker. Soon, workers from other Cycladic islands also started to arrive there, to work as carpenters or even stone and marble workers, in a further building reconstruction period in Athens, but also in the following era after the end of the reign of King Otto.

  • Members of brand workers called for an emergency solidarity march in Long Island City, Queens, in solidarity with immigrant workers at Tom Cat Bakery fighting ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) after being told by owners that ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) has given them a certain timeline to provide their employee's worker status or be fired. It is uncertain if the owners have made this up in order to fire organized workers (who have won 3 disputes with them), if owners themselves called ICE, or if this is a new tactic by the administration.

  • The students of the schools of the eighth municipality of Rome have made a march on the occasion of the 73rd anniversary of the Fosse Ardeatine which killed 335 people, killed by the Germans, which ended with a visit to the shrine of the victims. The ceremony was attended by President of the VIII Hall Paolo Pace and the Councilor for School and Social Policies Laura Baldassarre

  • 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.

  • A look into Hamamonu, a historic district in Ankara.

  • Tonight at Mother museum was presented the book Redemption (Iemme editions, 2016) of the Brazilian photographer Salvino Campos. They will discuss with the artist and the critic Mario Franco Angela Tecce, director of the Royal Site of Carditello Foundation, introduced by the Director of MADRE Andrea Viliani museum.

  • Ancient Martand Sun Temple in Kashmir. The Martand Sun Temple was a Kashmiri Hindu temple dedicated to Surya and built during the 8th century CE. Martand is another Sanskrit name for the Hindu Sun-god. Now in ruins, the temple is located 65 miles from Anantnag in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.

  • President Michael D Higgins attends St Patricks Day mass with wife. the mass was lead in prayer by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.

  • On March 16th, 2017; a Citywide Coalition of Faith Leaders held a rally at Washington Square Park, followed by march to 201 Varick St., where 10 clergy members and 15 lay-leaders knelt down to pray in front of the Immigration and Customs and got arrested for blocking traffic in an act of civil disobedience to call on Mayor DeBlasio and demand deep protections for Immigrant and Refugee Community.

  • The Final touch take place to floats ahead of St. Patrick's parade Dublin

  • 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.

  • An exhibition donated by Bethlehem-Bath Links Foundation which is first of it's kind in Palestine.

  • Bangladeshi people throw colored powder to celebrate Holi Festival at Shakhari Bazar. Holi is the Hindu festival to welcome spring in the Indian subcontinent.

  • Bangladeshi people celebrate colourful Holi festival in Dhaka.

  • 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.

  • Napoli clashes at anti-Salvini parade. Clashes between police and protesters of anti Salvini near the “Mostra d'Oltremare di Napoli”, by throwing molotov cocktails and stones with agents in riot trim.

  • 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.

  • Indonesia search and rescue, watersports enthusiasts, and stake holder of tourism made some good movement with a workshop “ kayaking rescue technic” including to take some potencial rescuer, to event the event“International Toba Kayak Marathon 2017”, at 25th to 27th July 2017. Carrying the tagline: “Kayaking on the Top of a Super Volcano”, the event will be centered around the Balige-Marom-Situmurun area, performing internasional kayaker such a Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and philipines, and European kayakers.

  • To celebrate International Women’s Day, on March 8th​, 2017; women and allies in New York join the International Women’s Strike, with rallies and marches organized by diverse groups who represent feminism for the 99%. Across the country, over fifty strike events are taking place in different cities​ alongside International Women’s Day events in over thirty countries​.

  • In Naples as well as in many cities in Italy and around the world, the 8th of March has become a global struggle day against the many forms of violence which take the lives of women in their totality. Shouting "IF OUR LIVES ARE NOT, THEN GO ON STRIKE", all women have found themselves in Piazza Dante in Naples to protest united in a musical parade; will cross the streets of the city in the evening when we want docile, frightened and isolated.

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

  • Chiang Kai-shek was a Chinese political and military leader who served as the leader of the Republic of China between 1928 and 1975.

  • A procession passed through the city, the initiative organized on the occasion of the international day of action and strike of immigrants, refugees, and anti-racist policies against discrimination.

  • Devotees receiving ashes from the nun's of National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help also known as Redemptorist Church as part of the opens Lent, a season of fasting and prayer on March 1, 2017. Ash Wednesday is one of the most popular and important holy days in the liturgical calendar.

  • Thousands of people gathered at Congressional offices and at town squares across the country on February 28, 2017; to respond to Trump’s first address to a joint session of Congress tonight with their own People’s Address. In New York City the People’s Address event was held at Brooklyn Borough Hall with a "Cacerolazo!" , a form of protest popular in Latin American countries, that consists of a group of people making noise by banging pots, pans and utensils to express dissent (in this case) to Trump's speech that will undermine communities.

  • Assembly on the stairs of the capitol campaign activists Bds, committees and associations in solidarity with the struggle of the Palestinian people.

  • President of Taiwan Tsai Ing-Wen attends the 70th anniversary event of the 228 incident in Taipei on February 28, 2017.

  • General view of the Greenwich Foot Tunnel. It crosses beneath the River Thames in East London, linking Greenwich (Royal Borough of Greenwich) on the south bank with the Isle of Dogs (London Borough of Tower Hamlets) on the north. It is used by thousands of commuters, runners and cyclists every day.

  • The Battle of the oranges is a festival in the Northern Italian city of Ivrea, which includes a tradition of throwing of oranges between organized groups.

  • Vintage steam train from Rome to Ronciglione (Viterbo) to participate in the historical carnival.

  • It was held on the streets of Scampia, the famous district of the province of Naples, the thirty-five edition of the civil carnival with floats, masks, musicians and associations in Scampia, Naples. Scampia's Carnival organized by GRIDAS association.

  • The first day of the Great British Festival ribbon cutting ceremony with the local celebrities. The festival is design to introduce tourism and strong relation between UK and Philippines through education, trade, industry and entertainment that can be found in different exhibits of the festival.

  • During the 31st celebration of "People Power" in EDSA. Protesters assembled who are against the Duterte administration that they think a dictatorship may emerge once again. Aguinaldo. First at 9:00 am protesters of "Block Marcos Movement" round up at People Power Monument, hours later a larger crowd of protester assembled in the corner of EDSA and Ortigas avenue where the EDSA Shrine chapel is standing and march towards the headquarters of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

  • A coalition of over 50 LGBTQ rights organizations and New York Elected Officials held an emergency rally to oppose Trump attack on Trans Students at the Stonewall National Monument in New York City, on February 23, 2017; participating trans speakers and Government Officials made it clear that they will fight to keep protections for trans and gender non-conforming people and students in the aftermath of the Trump-Pence Administration rescinding important protections for transgender students in schools.

  • Mayor Bill de Blasio & first lady Chirlane McCray joined Deputy Mayor Richard Buery & Parks Commissioner Mitchell Silver at the American Museum of Natural History for a celebration of Black History Month & awards for service to the Black community.

  • Leaders from the Ramapough Lenape Nation, NYC American Indian Community House, American Indian Law Alliance, American Indian Law Alliance, backed by allies including a wide range of community, environmental and environmental justice organizations, call on Mayor DeBlasio as well as Comptroller Stringer to end the City’s business, contracts and pension fund investments with banks such as Wells Fargo, which are funding the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL).

  • Defiant Dakota Access Pipeline water protectors faced-off with various law enforcement agencies on the day the camp was slated to be raided. Many protesters and independent journalist, who were all threatened with multiple felony charges if they didn't leave were met with militarized police on the road abutting the camp. At least six were arrested, including a journalist who reportedly had sustained a broken hip.

  • As peaceful water protectors face eviction from Standing Rock, NYC high school students on mid-winter break held a rally outside the Army Corps of Engineers at Foley Square on February 22, 2017; demanding a halt to the eviction.

  • Demonstration to remember Valerio Verbano, young age of 18 autonomous militant killed by a commando neo-fascist on February 22, 1980.

  • The Art Fair Philippines is the most visited art exhibit since it started 2013. It caters the most talented artist not only in the local scene but also from the international perspective. The exhibit gets more appreciation from art lovers, buyers or people just passing by curious what they can discover. The most relaxing art exhibit you can visit every year. There are drinks and food in the exhibit but most importantly artworks, certain artwork, that people can interact with and experience.

  • Bangladeshis pay tribute at Martyr's Monument, or Shaheed Minar, on International Mother Language Day. International Mother Language Day is observed in commemoration of the movement where a number of students died in 1952, defending the recognition of Bangla as a state language of the former East Pakistan, now Bangladesh.n Dhaka, Bangladesh, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. International Mother Language Day is observed in commemoration of the movement where a number of students died in 1952, defending the recognition of Bangla as a state language of the former East Pakistan, now Bangladesh.

  • 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.

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