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  • Cecilia Villar Eljuri performs La Lucha at women’s march in New York at Central Park West

  • Guitarist Cecilia Eljuri performs. Hundreds of thousands of activists filled Manhattan's Upper West Side to rally and march past Central Park down Sixth Avenue and finally Bryant Park. This 2018 Women's March NYC commemorates last year's Women's March to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the United States.

  • A network gathering from diverse activist groups who moving for community rights, EIA, non-chemical agricultural, food security, health security, constitutional law, 4 regions Slum (commoner), and rule of law to raise awareness, building participation and discussion with surrounding people during their trail regarding the impact of new law made under Dictatorship government.

  • Earlier on Saturday hundreds of activists gathered in Rome to denounce violence against women and express support for the #MeToo movement. They were joined by Italian actress and director Asia Argento, who made headlines after alleging in 2017 she, had been sexually assaulted by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein in the 1990s.

  • A demonstrations protesting a series of rapes. Protesters demands for more resources to the police to apprehend the guilty and a change of attitudes and norms concerning gender were expressed be the approximately 250 participants.

  • Life continues in Marawi City after heavy devastation brought by insurgency. Muslim Maranao were struggling to continue their lives and livelihoods after the havoc.

  • Children who are differently-able along with their parent participate in a torch run for special Olympic in front Victoria Memorial.

  • The "Women's March" for civil rights and women's rights in Piazza Santi Apostoli in Rome, for the first anniversary of the "Women's March" of 21 January 2017, against the President of the United States Donald Trump. The march is organized by the Americans people who live in Rome, sees the Italian actress Asia Argento among the organizers and the promoters, after the Weinstein case that saw her at the forefront in the battle against harassment

  • Eladio Nodalo, a 80 yrs. old farmer passing in a lava flow pathway inside the 6 kilometres danger zone while brought his farm products in Brgy. Anuling, Camalig, Albay province of Bicol on January 17, 2018. The Mt. Mayon is covered by the smoke from lava flow and clouds. The Farmer's regular visited their farm area and belongings every morning. Mt. Mayon are still in Alert number 3 declared by Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS)

  • Inauguration ceremony of 7th the Kolkata International Children’s Film Festival (KICFF) at Nandan.

  • Children and teenagers of Piazza del Mercato meet the police two days after the launch of Molotov cocktails to light the bonfires in the street and from a distance fight with the military who tried to prevent bonfires. It is tradition for the scugnizzi to pile wood in some alleys and squares of the city and to set a fire.

  • Migrants rescued off the coast of Libya wait to be processed by authorities after arriving aboard the Spanish vessel “Santa Maria” in the port of Palermo, Sicily on January 18, 2018.

  • Indian Christian takes part in the All Church Prayer organized by Bangiya Christiya Pariseba on the occasion of 500th anniversary Church reformation.

  • Demonstration to defend press freedom on Friday, 19 January 2018 in Manila, Philippines. The Philippine government's Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in a decision on 11 January 2018, revoked the registration of online media portal Rappler due to alleged violations of the Constitution in relation to ownership of mass media entities. Critics have called the move a curtailment of press freedom, alleging that President Duterte had a hand in the SEC decision.

  • Widows from Sunderban, Virndavan and Varanasi take part in a workshop on "The Emancipation and Empowerment of Widow" at Grand Hotel.

  • All India Minority youth Federation (Muslim Youth Organization) through black Ink and burn to Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U S President Trump Poster during the protest against Netanyahu official visit in India.

  • Around 50 policemen from Marawi City attends Trauma Recovery Program organized by the Department of National Defense and The Way to Happiness Foundation. Hundreds of IDPs are returning to their homes now in Marawi City and a seminar like this would help authorities understand the psychological wellness of returning victims of insurgency.

  • Students paraded between the districts of Scampia to get to the Chiaiano subway where last Saturday a boy of fifteen Gaetano was beaten by a baby gang.

  • The New Sanctuary Coalition together with faith leaders, immigration activists, and community members organized a Jericho Walk at 26 Federal Plaza, on January 18, 2018; to demand the return of recently deported founder of New Sanctuary Coalition, Jean Montrevil, and the release of the New Sanctuary Coalition executive director, Ravi Ragbir.

  • "ITS LAB" crisis, 74 workers at risk of dismissal. The protest of the workers in front of the headquarters of the "Regional Council"(Consiglio Regionale) of the Campania Region (Regione Campania)

  • The Deputy Mayor of Rome Luca Bergamo, Councillor for Person, School and Community of Solidarity Laura Baldassarre with the President of the Jewish Community of Rome Ruth Dureghello.

  • Activist of All India Minority Youth federation protests against the official visit of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in India.

  • A large procession of students marched through the neighborhoods of the northern area of ​​Naples, starting from Scampia to arrive at the Chiaiano underground stop where last Saturday a young student was beaten to death by a baby gang.

  • The President of the Italian Senate Pietro Grasso visits the working land in the territory of Marcianise.

  • Baby-gang emergency in Naples. Episodes of violence against minors. Summit in the Prefecture(Prefettura) in the presence of the Minister of the Interior,(Ministro degli Interni) Marco Minniti.

  • Inauguration of the International Tourism Fair (FITUR) in Madrid with the visit of His Magestades the King and Queen of Spain Felipe IV and Letizia and the president of the Cristina Cifuentes community at the IFEMA fairgrounds.

  • "Siamo tutti Gaetano": it is one of the banners at the head of the student parade on the outskirts of Naples, towards the Chiaiano subway station where a 15-year-old was attacked kicking and punching last week who then underwent removal of the spleen. To parade students and residents of the neighborhood who invoke greater security.

  • With the next national political elections set for March the election campaign officially begins. In Naples there's a new political reality represented by young students, workers, precarious, unemployed, unionists and former activists and communists. This new civic list is called "Potere al popolo" (Power to People). On January 14th 2018 "Power to People" has been presented to public with a list of candidates and a specific electoral program.

  • Robusta coffee demand in the local market continues to increase, this year the increase in demand reached 20 percent. The high price of Robusta coffee in the market to make the farmers in Karo district still maintain the quality of coffee, although still with a traditional processing system.

  • Since the lava dome of Mount Sinabung collapse in August last year, lava dome volume now reaches 1.6 million cubic meters.

  • Housing rights' activists hold a banner reading 'Stop evictions, give us houses' during a demonstration to protest against forced housing evictions in Rome on January 16, 2018.Hundreds of housing rights activists gathered next to regional government of Lazio to protest against forced housing evictions and to ask for measures to address the housing crisis in the capital. on January 16, 2018 in Rome, Italy

  • West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee inaugurated Bengal Global Business Summit 2018.

  • Mindanao State University (MSU) is discussing the 3-unit Fundamentals of Peace Development course which will be added to the curriculum of college students at MSU next school year to address the threats of future extremism. MSU is one of leading institution in producing top graduates and renowned for its excellence and promoting cultural integration in the Philippines. MSU has 11 campus in Mindanao with 70,000 college students mostly Muslim.

  • In the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., faith leaders, and immigration and legal advocates came together to condemn the institutional oppression of marginalized communities and hold a "Jericho Walk" in Washington Square Park on January 15, 2018; around Ai Wei Wei's “Arch” migration sculpture, to call for the immediate release of immigrant rights leaders, Ravi Ragbir, Executive Director of New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City, and Co-Founder Jean Montrevil.

  • The birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., community and labor advocates organized a Rally Against Racism in Times Square Thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets standing up for immigrants from Haiti, throughout Africa, El Salvador, and other nations that have become targets of Trump’s racist comments and bigotry.

  • Professors and instructors of Mindanao State University from Marawi, Sulu, Cotabato, Maguindanao, Gensan and ARMM region attends a seminar on battling extremism in Mindanao region. The five-day masters training is organized by The Way to Happiness Philippines Inc. headed by Jerry de Tagle which aims to promote genuine peace that is grounded on ethics and values.

  • A C130 plane bound to Cagayan de Oro loaded with resupply of soldiers, ammunitions and volunteer to conduct trauma recovery in Marawi City.

  • The first phase of the three-day Biswa Ijtema ends with Akheri Munajat. Hafez Mohammad Zubayer, the Imam of Kakrail Mosque in Dhaka, conducted the Akheri Munajat that started at 11:00am, said the Ijtema organizers. Thousands of devotees, both from home and abroad, have attended the congregation. Some 4,473 foreign devotees from 88 countries have joined the first phase of the Ijtema. The second phase of Ijtema will be held on 19-21 January. Tablighi Jamaat has been organising the Ijtema on the bank of Turag river since 1967. The Ijtema is being held in two phases from 2011 to ease the accommodation crisis.

  • Flash Mob of animal welfare organizations in Napoli activists wore signs with images of cruelty of animals

  • Indian Hindu pilgrims wait for a bus on the way to Gangasagar on January 13, 2018, in Kolkata, India. Hindu pilgrims form all over the country started to gather in Kolkata on their way to an annual trip to Sagardeep on Sagar Island for the one-day festival of ''Makar Sankranti.

  • Banners on facade of Milano City Hall for Giulio Regeni, an Italian Cambridge University graduate who was abducted and tortured to death in Egypt

  • After years of chaos and protests, citizens and residents of Chiaia take to the streets. This morning, a procession of three hundred people moved from Piazza Matteotti to get to the prefecture building in Piazza del Plebiscito. "In recent days there have been several intimidation - they say in the street - but this is almost normal. You can not continue to live with a subculture that is better than any other. We ask respect for us is for our families, we are not against the nightlife but we want to live ".

  • Dream Act allies and DACA advocates rally in support of nationally known immigrant rights leader Ravi Ragbir who was taken into detention on January 11, 2018 and threatened with deportation. Eighteen people were arrested attempting to prevent federal agents from transporting Ragbir to a downtown detention center, where he is now awaiting deportation. (Photo by Michael Nigro)

  • Trouble outside Regione Piemonte during the distribution of School Vaucer.

  • Nationally recognized immigrant rights leader Ravi Ragbir was detained while reporting to Immigration and Customs Enforcement for a routine check-in on January 11, 2018 at 26 Federal Plaza in downtown New York City. To stop his deportation, faith leaders, city council people, friends and allies surrounded the ambulance he was taken away in peacefully blocking its departure as it tried to exit the building. For 30 minutes people were knocked down, and thrown aside, but then picked themselves back up and put themselves back in front of the truck. Over 15 people were reported arrested.

  • Hindu holy men and women form all over the country started to gather in Kolkata on their way to an annual trip to Sagardeep on Sagar Island for the one-day festival of ''Makar Sankranti.

  • Change at the top of the "Ogaden" Carabinieri Inter-regional Command. This morning was held in Naples the ceremony of rotation of the Commander Carabinieri "Ogaden". At the General of the Army Corps Giovanni Nistri, Commander of the Summit from 6 April 2016, the paratroop Vittorio Tomasone takes over. General Nistri leaves, after 21 months, the Interregional Command as designated to assume, in a few days, the position of Commander General of the Arma.

  • Press conference" denied" Trucks at every corner, a huge deployment of the forces of law and order Piazza Indipendenza, five months after the eviction of the occupation of via Curtatone, this morning presented itself as such, still off limits for any public initiative connected to the events of last 24 August. After the banning of the anti-racist parade on December 16 last year to cross the square, a press conference organised by the grassroots trade union Si. Cobas was prevented today by the police. The activists (just over a dozen or so) were surrounded and invited to move away from the square, followed step by step, escorted until it was evident that they would not follow any public demonstration near the square. Nothing was worth…

  • West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi confers D.Litt degree to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee during the Calcutta University Annual Convocation.

  • Hindhu pilgrim at Ganga Sagar transit Camp.