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  • Sri Lankan activists take part in a protest outside the parliament in Colombo on September 20, 2017. Protesters are demanding that the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance Bill be completely removed from the Parliament agenda.

  • The United Nations 72nd General Assembly began with speeches from world leaders ranging from Brazil's Michel Temer, to Donald Trump, Benjamin Netanyahu, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia, Emmanuel Macron of France, Juan Emanual Santos Calderon of Columbia, Emomali Rahmom of Tajikistan as the day progressed.

  • The far-right AfD held a rally with several candidates. At the end the party's secretary held a speech.

  • Opening sessions of the 72nd General Assembly of the United Nations were marked by many world leaders attending & engaging in debate issues, including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu who argued strongly for continued scrutiny against Iran & its nuclear program. Mr. Netanyahu also joined the GA audience to listen to & applaud President Trump's speech earlier in the day

  • Top candidate of the FDP Christian Lindner came to speak in Munich. About 300 came to listen.

  • PO3 Dennis Turla giving a press briefing on the firing incident that happened inside the headquarters of Manila Police District (MPD) at around 2am threatening the lives of journalist and policemen covering an important event where a possible witness from the death of law student hazing victim.

  • German Free Democratic Party (FDP) election campaign stop in Dortmund.

  • Pakistan Theerek e Insaf PTI has arrange a public gathering Jalsa in Hyderabad in which PTI chairman Imran Khan and other party leader including Shah Mhemood Shah, Aleem Adil Shaikh and others address there speeches. a large number of PTI workers and supporters take part

  • President Donald Trump was among a number of world leaders who addressed the opening of the seventy-second United Nations General Assembly.

  • The government has marked the of Constitution Day by organizing a special program at Nepal Army Pavilion, Tundikhel in the Capital. President Bidhya Devi Bhandari, Vice President Nanda Kishor Pun, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and Constituent Assembly chairperson Onsari gharti Magar including ministers, lawmakers and senior leaders of the political parties and other high-level officials participated the ceremony. On the occasion, a contingent of the Nepal Army presented a guard of honour in respect of the President Bhandari. Symbol of peace-pairs of pigeons were flown by the President Bidhya Devi Bhandari, Vice President Nanda Kishor Pun, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and Constituent Assembly chairperson Onsari gharti Magar. A minute…

  • Secretary of the Northern League Matteo Salvini meets protesters from The Penitentiary Police, on September 19, 2017 in Rome, Italy. The Penitentiary Police (Polizia Penitenziaria) are protesting in Rome for better working conditions. They are responsible for law and order in the Italian Prison system.

  • A protest march marking the fourth anniversary since the murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas descended into chaos on Monday as protestors and police clashed in the Piraeus suburb of Keratsini. Riot police used tear gas to disperse a group of demonstrators who threw stones at the entrance of the mayor’s office in the centre of Keratsini where Fyssas was murdered by members of the far-right party Golden Dawn. The musician’s family and anti-racist groups, gathered at the spot where Fyssas was killed, and then marched through the neighbourhoods of Keratsini and Drapetsona to reach Kastraki, at the port of Piraeus, for a tribute concert. “Our goal is that [this event] should serve as a rallying call for action as the Golden Dawn trial enters into the…

  • Primer Beata Szydlo held joint press statement with Estonian Prime Minister Jüri Ratas in Warsaw's chancellery.

  • According to the latest UN report, nearly 400,000 Rohingya refugees have crossed over to Bangladesh. The Rohingya people, living in the Rakhine State of Myanmar, are fleeing their homes they have lived in for 200 years. Subject to discrimination for years and not recognised as citizens, the Rohingyas, the majority of whom are Muslims, have for so long been able to eke out a living on agriculture and small farming. With little expectations from the state to guarantee them equal rights, all they want is to till their own land, harvest their crops and live in peace and security.

  • Prime Ministers of Estland Jüri Ratas welcomed by Prime Minister Beata Szydlo for official visit in Warsaw.

  • Rise and Resist, a direct action group conducted a demonstration focused on the administration's racist policies at the main corridor of Grand Central Terminal, followed by a march to Times Square. A total of 10 demonstrators were arrested during the march.

  • A rope made of knotted sheets like the ones used in the escapes from prison was dropped shortly after 3.30 pm from the window on the third floor of the Hotel Forum where it houses Beppe Grillo. The founder of the 5 Star Movement was at the window but without facing, perhaps to be honest the effect aroused by the gesture between photographers and journalists crowded.

  • Hundreds of Muslims took to the streets to denounce Myanmar’s "genocide" against the Rohingya Muslim ethnic minority in Rome, Italy on September 18, 2017. At least 270,000 Rohingya have fled northern Myanmar into Bangladesh in the past two weeks and more than 1,000 people have been killed in the violence.

  • XIV Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso returns to Palermo. Joy as an inspiration to invoke peace. After more than twenty years, XIV Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso, Tibet's spiritual leader and Nobel Peace Prize, returns to the city of Palermo.

  • He insisted on the success story Alexis Tsipras during his cabinet speech, stressing that the country is in the final line for the end of the memorandum, despite the ongoing debate and fears of new measures in 2018. In an effort to reverse the negative climate that has been shaped in recent days with Saronic pollution and government delays, the prime minister has attempted to slam the ball into the platform, saying that the government will not be seduced by the communist oath of the Mass Media.

  • 36th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva. Annual discussion on the integration of a gender perspective throughout the work of the Human Rights Council and that of its mechanisms.

  • Occupy Wall Street celebrated their 6th anniversary at Zucotti Park near Wall Street on September 17, 2017; and the fight goes on. It has been 6 Years since the movement took to the streets in New York City, a mass action that spread across the globe and rocked the established system "the entitled 1%", to its very core.

  • Mariyam Nawaz daughter of Former Prime Minister Pakistan Nawaz Sharif (PML-N) address to the party supporters at 180/H Model Town her mother Kalsoom Nawaz won the by-elections in NA-120 constituency in NA- 120 by-election. Election started at 8am across 220 polling stations in the provincial capital. A total of 44 candidates are contesting for the National Assembly seat from Lahore. Pakistan Army personnel are supervising the polling process. The wife of former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is contesting a parliamentary by-election September 17 after her husband's seat became vacant when he was ousted from office.

  • Rohingya people are crossing the Bangladesh- Myanmar.

  • Pakistani supporters of (PML-N) celebration after won the by-elections in NA-120. Election started at 8 AM across 220 polling stations in the provincial capital. A total of 44 candidates are contesting for the National Assembly seat from Lahore. Pakistan Army personnel are supervising the polling process. The wife of former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is contesting a parliamentary by-election September 17 after her husband's seat became vacant when he was ousted from office.

  • Security personnel stand guard as voters queue to cast their ballots in NA- 120 by-election. Election started at 8 AM across 220 polling stations in the provincial capital. A total of 44 candidates are contesting for the National Assembly seat from Lahore.

  • Iranians on a protest in front of Cologne Dom (Cathedral) in the German Federal Government and the EU to condemn wave of executions in Iran and recognize 1988 massacres of 30,000 political prisoners as a "crime against humanity". The family members of the victims of main Iranian opposition MEK/PMOI calling the perpetrators and those responsible to put on trial.

  • Supporters of hip-hop musicians Insane Clown Posse (and related horrorcore performing artists signed to Psychopathic Records) rallied near the Lincoln Memorial to protest the FBI's classification of the Juggalo community as a "gang" according to its rubric. After rallying, participants marched in a circuit around the perimeter of the Capitol Mall's Reflecting Pool and attended performances by Insane Clown Posse and others.

  • Rohingya Muslims protest in the front of United Nations headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Protesters shout slogans against the persecution of Rohingya Muslims.

  • “10° Pellegrinaggio nazionale delle famiglie” was held in Pompeii, promoted by Rinnovamento nello Spirito Santo in collaboration with the Pontifical Prelature of Pompei, the National Office for the Pastoral of the CEI family and the Forum of Family Associations, with the support the Dicastery for lay people, family and life. An intense moment of prayer, animation, and songs to which Salvatore Martinez, President of Renewal in the Holy Spirit, will participate. The day ended with the Eucharistic celebration chaired by Cardinal Kevin J. Farrell.

  • Bharatiya Janta Party leader and member participate in a cleanness drive during "Swachhata hi Sewa" campaign at Kalighat temple area on September 17, 2017 in Kolkata.

  • Pakistani army personnel along with polling staff carrying polling material for by-election in NA-120, outside Election Commission office in Lahore on September 16, 2017. Army personnel guard polling stations throughout Saturday night as the polling will begin at 8 AM on Sunday. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's PML-N party is facing its first major political challenge in a by-election widely seen to be a barometer for whether he has managed to maintain support in his political heartland following his dismissal from office by the Supreme Court in July over an omission in his parliamentary wealth declaration.

  • Antifascist unions demonstrate against the Golden Dawn's Headquarters, commemorating the murder of the hip-hop singer Pavlos Fyssas from a Golden Dawn member in 2013. Riot policemen were lined up before the party's headquarters and didn't allow the march to reach the building. Minor clashes occurred during the march, as anti-authoritarians threw petrol bombs to the policemen.

  • Molotov cocktails and tear gas engulfed the streets of Athens as a left-wing rally to mark four years since the murder of an anti-fascist rapper turned violent. Around 3,000 people marched in the Greek capital in memory of Pavlos Fyssas, who was killed by a supporter of the ultra-right wing Golden Dawn party in 2013. The demonstrators also paid tribute to anti-fascist activist Heather Heyer, who was killed in a vehicle ramming attack in Charlottesville, Virginia in August. READ MORE Greek far-right party's offices attacked with sledgehammers After gathering in the city’s Syntagma Square, the demonstrators marched to the US Embassy, before trying to make their way to offices of Golden Dawn, chanting: "Pavlos is alive! Crush the…

  • Demonstration against the degradation of the neighborhood, maintenance of popular houses Ater, re-opening commeciali exercises, maintenance and services for the school Filzi.

  • Large crowd gathered in Erbil capital of the autonomous Kurdish region with Kurdish flags during an event to urge people to vote in the upcoming independence referendum in Iraqi Kurdistan on 25 Sept.

  • Street exhibition by Iranian human rights activists highlighting the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran in front of the United Nations headquarters in Geneva. The protesters demanded a UN inquiry into the 1988 massacres.

  • Relatives of the short dead victims from 2010 military crackdown over red shirt protester held an activity to folding and sell paper bag to raise funding for justice fighting. The folded paper bag made from Newspaper where published since 2010 regarding the military crackdown incident. Highlight is showing the quote given by Abhisit Vejjajiva, the former Prime Minister who was higher commander on those period. His authorities and order made a permit to the military officer to use real bullet and gun fired to the group of protestor who are the citizens. This activity has hidden message i.e. (1) Folding and sell paper bag: In Thailand “Paper bag folding” could be a symbol to represent a poverty situation. It could be considered that the…

  • The United Nations Security Council met for more than one hour on Friday afternoon to discuss the latest escalation of tensions on the Korean peninsula that began with North Korea firing yet another ICBM-type missile and response from South Korea with firing a long-range missile of their own.

  • Ronda organized by Forza Nuova militants on Colle Oppio in Rome to protest against the presence of migrants in the neighbourhood.

  • Garrison of the drivers and managers of the tourist buses in Piazza Madonna di Loreto against the municipality, which wants to increase the tariffs for entry in the railway ring.

  • It was held on September 14th the press conference and screening preview of the film "Veleno" at the Modern Cinema in Naples with the protagonists Luisa Ranieri and Massimiliano Bruno, Salvatore Esposito, Genny Savastano of Gomorrah, Nando Picone, Miriam Candurro. The Veleno movie draws on the drama of a violated territory, contaminated by the poisons that unscrupulous criminals have scattered about most of Caserta. In a small center of that province, a humble family of farmers refuses to let its land become an open landfill.The Land of Fire, the Camorra, controversial lands where to digest the toxic waste, the struggle of those opposed to that violent and aggressive system, of those who do not yield to the flattery of easy money.…

  • Manifestation in Rome of tour bus drivers to protest against changes to the Rome bus plan.

  • Human rights experts and personalities in a conference on September 13, 2017, at the 36th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, supported the request of Asma Jahangir, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, for investigation of the 1988 Massacre in Iran.

  • BRP Juan Magluyan, a Philippine Navy ship preparing its .50 caliber machine gun as it arrives Sulu Island, one of the island in Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao with Abu Sayyaff terrorist group presence. The navy continues to do sea patrol in the ARMM region as the government intensifies its campaign against terror.

  • Protesters shout slogans during a rally against alleged US involvement in military operations, near the US Embassy in Manila, Philippines on Friday, September 15, 2017, coinciding the 16th anniversary of the closure of US military bases in northern Philippines in 1991 following a Senate vote.

  • Rohingya people are crossing Bay of Bengal at Shahpori Island in Teknaf.

  • SPD top candidate Martin Schulz came to Munich to speak to the people.

  • The former President of the Italian Council and Secretary of the Democratic Party Matteo Renzi took part in the"Festa dell'Unità" of Rome

  • Delivered the census of the families that have been hosted and assisted, for weeks, by the Franciscans, at the cabinet of the mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi in the Capitol, where the Homeless Families Camp under the Basilica of Saints XII Apostles About 60 families live for 30 days under the portico of the Basilica of Saints XII Apostles after the removal of an Ex Inps building in Cinecittà 14 September 2017


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