Gallery Category :

withany contentimagesvideoaudio
Show editors' picks only




  • The Mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi participated in the demonstration organized by Anpi (National Association of Partisans of Italy) on the occasion of the celebration of the seventy-fourth anniversary of the liberation of Italy from the Nazi-fascism, which took place on April 25, 1945

  • Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte placed a wreath in the Fosse Ardeatine shrine in tribute to the victims of the Nazi massacre, on the occasion of the celebration of the seventy-fourth anniversary of the liberation of Italy from the Nazi-fascism

  • Protest of members of the Armenian community in Thessaloniki to commemorate the 104th anniversary of the Armenian genocide, with losses estimated at 1.5 million Armenians by Ottoman Turks between 1915-1919.

  • The Palazzina di caccia of Stupinigi (Italian: "The hunting residence of Stupinigi") is one of the Residences of the Royal House of Savoy in northern Italy, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. Built as a royal hunting lodge in the early 18th century, it is located in Stupinigi.

  • Recycled waste collected by scavengers in the Alue Lim Final Disposal Site (TPA), Lhokseumawe City, Aceh Province, Indonesia. In 2025 Indonesia wants to reduce plastic waste on land, coast and sea by 70 percent.

  • Some images of the marvelous coasts of Salento, that is the southernmost region of the heel of Italy, of the Puglia region. A fantastic area surrounded by the Ionian Sea and the Adriatic Sea, rich in natural and historical beauties, destination of many tourists from all over the world.

  • Aristotel Camonayan, 32 years old performed as Jesus Christ during the live Via Crucis (Stations of the Cross) on Good Friday at the street of Cainta province of Rizal on April 19, 2019. Mr. Camonayan is a member of D’ Wilsoner’s Club established in 1967. Via Crucis (Stations of the Cross) is annual big event every holy week in the town of Cainta, Rizal.

  • In a line that stretched upwards of a mile, over 700 New Yorkers marched across the Brooklyn Bridge on April 18, 2019 to demand Governor Andrew Cuomo to block the controversial Williams Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) Pipeline, which would carry fracked gas through New York Harbor.

  • A discussion for claiming the German War Reparations to Greece is taking place in Hellenic Parliament. After the end of discussion a vote process is going to take place.

  • Activists from Extinction Rebellion New York City (XR-NYC) engaged in nonviolent direct action to confront climate change outside City Hall on April 17, 2019, demanding a declaration of Climate Emergency and the pursuit of policies to reach zero emissions in the city by 2025. The Extinction Rebellion (XR) movement held similar actions in 38 cities in the U.S. and 49 countries globally, during "International Rebellion Week".

  • Presentation of new archaeological finds in the gardens of Palazzo Corsini, in the Trastevere district of Rome

  • Election (Pemilu) 2019 which will be held simultaneously in all regions in Indonesia is only one day left. Tomorrow, Wednesday, all Indonesian people will go to the polling station (TPS) to elect the best leaders and representatives of the people in the next 5 years.

  • The Fontanelle Cemetery is a former ossuary that extends for more than 3000 square meters and contains the remains of an unknown number of people. It is located in Sanità, one of the most rich in history and tradition of Naples. The cemetery is known because the ritual of the "pezzentelle souls" took place here, namely the adoption and treatment by a Neapolitan of a specific skull of an abandoned soul (called precisely capuzzella) in exchange for protection.

  • Bengali new year celebrated in Kolkata. People celebrate this day with music, dance, wearing new clothes , and many of them take part of the road rally with masks, placards and songs. Bangali New Year or Pohela Boishakh is the festival of the traditional Bengali New Year day in West Bengal Tripura and Bangladesh.

  • Militant groups and various organizations staged protest in front of Chinese Embassy in Makati City. The protest is held to call the Philippine government’s alleged inaction against the reported “invasion” of China in the West Philippine Sea and they are demanding China to stop aggression and bullying on the conflicted waters. The protesters also expressed disgust over the supposed sellout of Philippine patrimonial assets through a loan agreement with China.

  • Three Russian warships (anti-submarine Admiral Tributs and Vinogradov; and the large sea tanker Irkut) arrives in Manila Port on April 8, 2018, kicking off a 5-day goodwill visit by the Russian Pacific Fleet. The head of the mission is Russian Navy Captain Sergey Alantiev.

  • 62-year-old Hasanudin from Leuwiliang Bogor, West Java. The only DPR barber alias "Under the Shady Tree" which in Indonesian means “Dibawah pohon Rindang”, was left of 11 people who opened shaving stalls at Koinonia Jatinegara Church, East Jakarta. Hasan said that he first came to Jakarta when he was only 15 years old, and Hasan also worked on his uncle's barbershop kiosk for 30 years beside the Jatinegara Nusantara Cinema. After his uncle passed away he decided to go around the place to offer his haircut skills. And now he has chosen to stay at the current location for the past 15 years. By placing a price of Rp. 15,000 per person, Hasan can support his wife and eight children. If he earns a lot of income he returns to Bogor,…

  • Religious ceremony for the feast of San Vincenzo Ferreri, in Naples at the "Rione Sanità"

  • Activists in New York City joined a nationwide protest in Times Square on April 4, 2019, calling on Attorney General William Barr and elected officials to take decisive steps to make the findings of the Mueller investigation public.

  • A series of shots that on a warm spring day portray some interesting views of Chioggia, a city in the southernmost part of the Venetian lagoon, and its surroundings. The almost uncontaminated nature of the Venetian lagoon and the Po Delta Park create a unique ecosystem and suggestive views.

  • Artists and activists occupied the Whitney Museum in NYC calling on the Vice Chairman, Warren B. Kanders, to step down. Kanders is the CEO of Safariland, which manufactures tear gas used against migrant families at the Mexico/US border, water protectors at Standing Rock, protesters in Ferguson, and against Palestinians during the Great Return March. In 2016, The NYPD purchased $7.3 million of weapons and gear from Safariland.

  • People gather outside the Brown Building on 23-29 Washington Place in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan to commemorate the victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York, NY on March 25, 2019. On March 25th 1911, 146 workers, mostly young immigrant women died in one of the largest fires in NYC history. Critical exits on the 9th were locked and the ladder of the fire trucks only reached the 6th floor. The tragedy sparked the international labor movement.

  • On the occasion of the 180th anniversary of the birth of photography, an extraordinary selection of images from the Photographic Archive in the exhibition "ROME IN THE DARK ROOM. Photographs of the city from the nineteenth century to the present" in the Museum of Rome - Palazzo Braschi in Rome , on display from March 27th to September 22nd 2019

  • March 25th is the National Day of Greece in honor of the Greek Revolution of 1821. This day in Greece and in Cyprus is national holiday and celebrated, the parade is part of the celebrations. During the parade there have been protests over the recent Prespa agreement. The Government was represented by the Deputy Minister for the Environment and Energy, Sokratis Famellos.

  • Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

  • Muslim leaders and allies across New York City held a rally and march against Islamophobia, white supremacy, and anti-immigrant bigotry in Times Square on March 24, 2019. The rally and march showcased the solidarity of New Yorkers against the ideology of hatred most recently manifested in the New Zealand terror attacks that left 50 fatalities.

  • Tourists visit the Colosseum area in Rome. A new ticket system was introduced in the archaeological site of the Colosseum and from November 1st visitors will have to pay 16 euros (an increase of 4 euros) for the basic ticket that gives access to the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill.

  • Thousands of people comes to the precampaing event of Podemos whit the slogan "The history writes you". It´s was the first event for Pablo Iglesias after his recent fathership.

  • A series of photos of Gallipoli, the pearl of the Ionian Sea. Various points of the historical center, the Angevin Castle, the sea and many interesting views of this small charming village are photographed.

  • Farmers plant rice seeds in the North Aceh rice fields, Aceh Province.

  • Rome greets Tina Costa, born in 1925, partisan relay, vicar vice president of the provincial ANPI of Rome and member of the ANPI national committee, who died after a brief illness at 94, with the funeral chamber set up at the House of Memory and History of via San Francesco di Sales, in Trastevere. Among the authorities who paid tribute to the partisan the secretary of the Democratic Party and president of the Lazio Region, Nicola Zingaretti

  • A local Kashmiris receives leeches therapy traditional health worker uses leeches to suck blood as part of a treatment in Srinagar. 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 21,March,2019

  • Anti-War activists gathered on March 19, 2019, the 16th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, outside 26 Federal Plaza in lower Manhattan for a rally, followed by a march by several military recruiting offices along Chambers Street and to Borough of Manhattan Community College, to oppose the United States' endless cycle of war and militarism.

  • People celebrating Holi Festival in Mathura city.

  • As part of a weekly protest, Artist-Activist George De Castro Day deployed a giant, inflatable art piece depicting Donald Trump looking like a rat outside Trump International Hotel and Tower at Columbus Circle on March 18, 2019. People were thrilled to see the Trump rat and were clicking selfies with it.

  • Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev signed a decree pardoning a group of convicted persons on Saturday. According to the document, 399 people were exempt from further punishment. For two persons, life imprisonment was replaced by a sentence of imprisonment for a term of 20 years, and for another one - by a sentence of 25 years in prison. One convicted person was released from serving a delayed sentence, and one more from a sentence in the form of restriction of freedom. In addition, 11 people were exempted from probation, 3 - from correctional labor, 1 - from community service, and 12 - from fines. Thus, the pardon affected a total of 431 people. Among the pardoned are a number of well-known political prisoners.

  • The Ceylon Motor Show exhibition in Colombo, 15th March 2019. The exhibition show-cases both vintage and modern vehicles in Sri Lanka.

  • Thousands of school kids and college students walked out of class on March 15, 2019 to protest catastrophic climate change, perceived as the most pressing issue of their time. Students took to more than a dozen locations in New York City, including City Hall and Columbus Circle.

  • After the meeting of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, with President of Bolivia, Evo Morales Ayma, a press conference took place in Maximos Mansion.

  • President of Bolivia, Evo Morales Ayma visit Greece and met with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, in order to discuss the Greek-Bolivian relations.

  • The second and most critical vote for the Constitutional Review is being held this time in the plenary of the Parliament in order to define those provisions of the country's top institutional text that will enter the final phase of amendment by the next Parliament.

  • As Fox News is trying to persuade its advertisers that its many controversies are over, hundreds of activists gathered outside Fox News HQ in New York City on March 13, 2019 to make sure ad buyers know when they advertise on Fox News they're sponsoring bigotry and hate and to to send a clear message to all media buyers that Fox News’ toxicity is bad for business.

  • On the occasion of the celebrations for the five hundred years since the death of Leonardo da Vinci, Scuderie del Quirinale together with National Museum of Science and Technology "Leonardo da Vinci" in Milan and Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan present the exhibition "Leonardo da Vinci. Science before science ”, open from March 13th to June 30th

  • For the third year in a row on March 8, 2019, International Women's Strike NYC is out in the streets reclaiming the anti-capitalist roots of the International Working Women's Day and demanding an end to women’s job insecurity and invisibility.

  • From Atocha to Cibeles march hundreds of thousands people most of they women's, for claim equality, rights and claiming agaisnt machism and gender violence.

  • A view of the institutional palaces of Palazzo Chigi, seat of the government and prime minister, and Palazzo Montecitorio, seat of the chamber of deputies in Rome, Italy.

  • Parishioners received ash cross on their forehead during the celebration of “Ash Wednesday” at Saint John Marry Vianney Parish church in Antipolo City on March 6, 2019. Ash Wednesday opens Lent, a season of fasting and prayer. Ash Wednesday takes place 46 days before Easter Sunday, and is chiefly observed by Catholics, although many other Christians observe it too. Ash Wednesday comes from the ancient Jewish tradition of penance and fasting.

  • The Reconstruction: America After The Civil War premiere at New York Historical Society

  • Sunday at dusk is when Zar Zako ( Zako-Zahar ) goes through the streets of the town. About twenty young men of the village are dressed in sacks filled with dry grass, holding in his hand a pig 's bladder with hitting the audience.

  • It is celebrated in the small village of Lantz, a village located in the North of Navarre, the arrest, trial and death at the stake of the mythical and evil bandit Miel Otxin. This three-meter doll carries the cross arms, wears a printed blouse, blue trousers and a red sash, and a conical hat is strikingly adorned on his head. Also, several characters accompany him in the parade: Ziripot, good-nature and fat man made from sacks filled with ferns and hay, which can barely stand up; Zaldiko pursues him, a brave horse that lashes out at him until he throws him to the ground; the Arotzak carry hammers and tongs, and run after the Zaldiko to shoe him, and finally the Txatxos, who, huddled in animal skins and armed with sticks and brooms, shout while…