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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.

  • People from Newar community celebrate chariot festival of Kankeshwori, Bhadrakali and Sankata wearing colourful caps at Ason in Kathmandu, Nepal. The festival is celebrated every year a day after Ghodejatra to conquer the three days of 'Pahan Chahre' festival in Newar community.

  • A view site of collision between a Shalimar passenger train and an oil tanker in the Sheikhupura near Nabipur gate district of Punjab Province. At least two people died, including the train driver, when a Karachi-bound passenger train collided with the tanker. According to the information provided by this news reporter its not the fault of the truck driver. This accident is caused by poor communication in between train driver and authorities.

  • Peace activists protest at EU workshop for arms dealers in Brussels.

  • 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.

  • NYC Mayor De Blasio held a photo-op and a press conference to announce that the "Fearless Girl" sculpture installed on International Women's Day 2017 at the triangular intersection of Broadway and Whitehall Street in New York will remain in place through International Women's Day in 2018.

  • Masked dancers dressed up as deities perform "Devi Pyankha" (Devi dance in Newar language) to mark the Pahan Chahre festival ahead of the Ghode Jatra (horse racing festival) in Kathmandu, Nepal.Sacred masked dances are performed representing various deities. The dance starts in the evening and lasts throughout the night till the next day.

  • Brazilians gather to demonstrate in solidarity with the anti-corruption effort Lava-Jato.

  • Sacked academic Professor Doctor Nejla Kurul gives a lecture on 'The Crisis of Education' organized by 'Street Academy' at the park in Ankara.

  • For another year lights went out on the Acropolis for Earth Hour. Cities and monuments around the world turned off their lights at 20:30 Saturday night, participating in "Earth Hour", thus participating in the largest global action against climate change.

  • The Euro Stop parade on the occasion of the sixtieth anniversary of the Treaty of Rome.

  • Thousands of people protested against the European Union, the euro, military spending, unemployment, to overcome borders and freedom of movement.

  • Demonstration in Rome against the Europe of austerity, organized by a coalition of political, social and trade unions, national and international associations known as "Our Europe".

  • Demonstration in Rome against the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome with the slogans "No to the European Union of the banks, the bosses, the wars". The demonstration was articulated through the streets of a fully armored city for the European summit, with several metro stops and off-limits areas. 150 people from northern Italy were stopped by the police in the north of Rome toll to be identified and not allowed them to reach the event.

  • 4000 people demonstrated to demand a united Europe without barriers nor barbed wire. The protesters rejected a two-speed, even to exist, the Union must protect all member states and not impevorire emerging economies or in trouble. Many migrants in the square, to reiterate the abolition of the Dublin agreements.

  • The dreaded Europastop parade has marched this afternoon without incident. The protesters called for the revision of Europe, from financial capitalism, the barriers, to the climate agreements. More than 5,000 police were deployed to defend the capital, which in a moment of confusion have halved motorcade shortly before the finish, but then it all worked smoothly.

  • Thousands of anti-EU protesters gathered in Italy’s capital to take part in demonstration "Europe for all" to protest against the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome. 27 Heads of State celebrate the Treaties of Rome, the foundation of the European Union, signed on the Capitoline Hill in Rome on 25 March 1957.

  • Thousands of anti-EU protesters gathered in Italy’s capital to take part in an Euro-Stop demonstration (by leftwing EuroStop Social Platform) to protest against the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome in Rome, Italy on March 25, 2017. 27 Heads of State celebrate the Treaties of Rome, the foundation of the European Union, signed on the Capitoline Hill in Rome on 25 March 1957.

  • Hundreds of people march in the center of Madrid for the rights of citizens.

  • Nepalese people made a 60+ sign by illuminating lights with dynamo installed on Earth Hour during 60+ Earth Hour celebrated in Bhaktapur. The biggest global movement to #changeclimatechange.

  • Bangladeshi social activist of different made a Lal Jatra procession rally with the street performance act and song to remember the genocide of Bangladeshi people who were killed by the Pakistan army in 1971 on March 25 before the last night of liberation war.

  • The 10th year anniversary of the one hour switch off was held at the Mall of Asia, SM by the Bay, with participants from different environmental groups lead by the World Wildlife Fund.

  • The brides to be to participate in the "Running of the Brides" race in a park Suan Luang Rama IX. The Eazy Fm 105.5 organized the "Eazy Running" with 250 couples joined.

  • 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.

  • West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee President Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury led the Congress rally from Bidhan Bahwan to Esplanade protesting against recent Narada issue. Congress activist participates in a rally in Kolkata to protesting against recent Narada issue in Kolkata.

  • A crowd of over 400 people gathered in Union Square on the evening of March 24, 2017; for an emergency action to say Enough is Enough. The crowd rallied and proceed to march to Herald Square in Midtown Manhattan where Timothy Caughman was killed and hold a moment of silence to honor Timothy and other victims of Hate Crimes and to say no to hate crimes and domestic terrorism.

  • Colosseum lit up the European flag ahead of the March 25 summit to celebrate the signing of the Treaties of Rome, which will be attended in the 120 personalities capital of Europe, including heads of state, government ministers and European leaders.

  • The CGIL union nationale secretary Susanna Camusso waiting for the meeting with the Government of Rome.

  • Daily life in the Spanish village of Viana de Duero, province of Soria, north of Spain. It is Europe’s largest desert in terms of population with just 1.8 inhabitants per sq km, by three in Siberia.

  • Italian military and paramilitary corps (Carabinieri and Police) patrolling the city a day ahead of an European Union summit commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. EU leaders are gathering in Rome for a summit to mark the EU's 60th anniversary and to outline its future after Britain leaves.

  • Students protest against lack of classes since 2016 caused by budget shortfalls due to corruption.

  • The LSU (Lavoratori Docialmente Utili) protested outside the headquarters of the Regione Campania.

  • An unauthorized flash mob organized by the activist of Baobab Center to present the event.

  • 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.

  • Italy’s taxi drivers staged a nationwide strike to protest against legislation that they say will favor multinational app-based car transport companies such as Uber in Rome, Italy.

  • Members of the Italian police bomb disposal experts (Artificieri) take part in a drill as a part of tightening security measures ahead of the 60th Anniversary of the 1957 Treaty.

  • Taxi stop in Naples where a procession of taxi drivers is directed at the party headquarters to protest the Prefecture (Prefettura) in Piazza Plebiscito.

  • Volunteers and migrants of Baobab Experience clean up and settle the gardens and children's play areas in Colle Oppio, a hill near the Colosseum, a public symbolic area choice to bring together young volunteers, Italian European and international, engaged in a mini-camp Volunteering. Initiative organized by Legambiente, Lunaria, SCI, Baobab Experience, Erasmus Student Network ESN, Link-Network Knowledge, Arci Civil Service, Arci Roma, Alliance of European Voluntary Service Organizations, Civic Forum Europe, YAP Italy.

  • Flashmob in front of the Campidoglio, where next Saturday will host the ceremony for the 60th anniversary of the signing of the European Treaties, organized by volunteers from Baobab Experience and associations of activists for the demonstration named "Libertà di Movimento - Europe for All" to be held on 25 March in Rome and leave from Piazza Vittorio.

  • 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.

  • About two hundred people from across Italy demonstrated in Parliament Square to ask to go early to vote. The demonstrators brought their solidarity some members of the Movement 5 Stars.

  • 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.

  • State water work employees protest against the government's plan to privatize the state water company.

  • People busy to collect drinking water from municipal water service. World Water Day observes annually to focuses attention on the importance of universal access to clean water and the need to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater

  • Bharatiya Janta Party, West Bengal organized a rally in Kolkata on the Narada issue and demanded resignation of West Bengal Chief Minister. The rally start from College Square while marching toward Governor House BJP activist break to barricades after which police stop them.

  • Piazza Montecitorio held a demonstration against the obligation of vaccines for children and for the freedom of choice to vaccinate.

  • 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.

  • Manifestation celebrated by the Association "Libera Contro le Mafia" for the victims of the Mafia in Locri attended by 20,000 people, in addition to the president of the chamber of deputies Pietro Grasso, the anti-mafia priest Don Luigi Ciotti and Maria Falcone.

  • Bengali actress Rituparna Sengupta takes part in a campaign “Drink Safe Water” to make awareness for quality drinking water ahead of World Water Day in Kolkata. World Water Day observes annually to focuses attention on the importance of universal access to clean water and the need to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.

  • All Bengal Minority Youth Federation ( ABMYF ) gathered in front of Bangladesh Deputy High Commission to submit memorandum protesting against installation of “Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman" bust in the Government run Baker Hostel and demand to remove it. The statue resembles as idol of “anti-Islam”.

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