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  • Demonstration of civic movements of citizens in Arzano, to protest against the degradation and abandonment of the city center

  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) activists demand their rights and protest for abusing them.

  • Participants in the march against toxic bonfires in Acerra, parade in protest march through the streets of the city

  • Student and activist take part in a rally against President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro to protest against fire at Amazon Rain forest.

  • Huge climate actions in Malmö, organized by Extinction Rebellion.

  • Pro Amazonia demonstration at the Brazilian Consulate in Naples, with the "Friday for Future" activists of Naples.In picture a moment of demostration

  • More than 10,000 people have been left homeless after a massive fire engulfed a slum in Bangladesh's capital, Dhaka, destroying thousands of shanties, according to Bangladeshi officials. The fire broke out Friday evening at the Chalantika slum in Dhaka's Mirpur district on the northern outskirts of the city.

  • Heavy rains is being witnessed in the city for a second consecutive day.The weather office has predicted an intense spell of rain for the next four hours in the state capital and several other districts of Bengal amid a cyclonic circulation developing over Bangladesh. Disaster management teams are on standby and a control room has been set up at the state secretariat. Central Avenue, Behala and Ekbalpore are among the worst-hit parts in Kolkata. Many areas are submerged with water and some flights and train services had to be called off also for severe rain.

  • Oil from a platform owned by PT Pertamina Hulu Energi Offshore North West Java on the North Coast of Java has spilled. The oil spill was scattered along the coast of Sedari to Cemara Jaya beach, Cibuaya, Karawang. Tens of thousands of barrels of crude oil pollute the ocean. Cleaning efforts were carried out. PT Pertamina Hulu Energi Offshore North Java (PHE ONWJ) released more than 1,500 personnel along with its equipment to clean up the spill. They also received support from residents around the affected area. Fishermen involved in cleaning up oil spills in the ocean are given operational costs based on Pertamina's agreement with the fishermen. While PT Pertamina also involved 87 Indonesian Armed Forces personnel. They are equipped…

  • People continue their daily routine in Baclaran despite of the typhoon Hanna. Typhoon Hanna (international name Lekima) continued to intensify its strength on Wednesday afternoon. It now full maximum sustained winds of 145 kilometers per hour near the center and 215 kph as of 4 a.m.

  • The fall in salt prices in a number of regions has made salt farmers restless. The selling price of salt produced by farmers has dropped by 50 percent. As of July 2019, the salt prices of pond farmers are only Rp. 300 per kilogram. As a result, a lot of local salt has not been sold to the public.To solve this problem, the government took immediate action by encouraging improvements in the quality of domestic production salts, in order to increase added value to maintain price fluctuations at the farm level. One way is to classify salt as an important commodity.

  • Chief Minister of West Bengal Mrs. Mamata Banerjee inaugurated 48th Kolkata ratha Yatra 2019 with the other celebrity and new elected MP Nusrat Jahan

  • Abyss in a street, in Casoria, in the province of Naples, in photos the rescue operations and the detail of the abyss.

  • Fire in a building adjacent to Hind Cinema situated near Lenin Sarani in Kolkata. Trinamool Congress MLA Sujit Bose was there, and there were no casualties.

  • A fire broke out at a chemical godown or warehouse beside Howrah Bridge and near Jagannath Ghat today early morning.

  • "Friday For Future" sit-in in Naples.

  • Four years ago, a large shipping vessel carrying around 800 migrants sank in the Mediterranean. Hundreds of bodies were later recovered; others were never found. The identities of some of those who died on board remain unknown. Swiss Icelandic artist Christoph Büchel brought the massive ship to Venice, where it is now on display at the Venice Biennale. Büchel calls the project “Barca Nostra,” or “Our Boat.”

  • Reconstruction and rebuilding Most Affected Area of Marawi City started. Filipino and Chinese construction firms together with Army's Engineering group help hand in hand to rehabilitate the heavily destroyed Islamic City.

  • Returning from Lisbon, the plane on which the Torino team was travelling crashed into the Superga basilica, causing the death of all the players, technical staff and journalists on board. A ceremony to commemorate the tragedy of Grande Torino is held every year in Superga.

  • Cyclonic storm "Fani" is going to hit the Coastal Side of West Bengal along with Kolkata. People are afraid of this Calamity. Railway Stations and trains are empty more or less. Disaster Management team is ready to fight against this calamity.

  • Overcast sky due to cyclonic storm Fani which likely to landfall at tomorrow near Puri.

  • The overflowing Ciliwung River carries a number of rubbish and accumulates in the Manggarai Water Gate. The garbage is shipment waste carried by the current from the upper reaches of the Ciliwung River. To clean up the garbage that began to accumulate at the Manggarai sluice gate, two heavy equipment were deployed. The total volume of garbage transported since Saturday (4/27/2019) morning to night was 96 trucks. The garbage was taken to the perintis kemerdekaan then taken to Bantar Gerbang TPST, Bekasi.

  • After the 6.1 magnitude earthquake strucked Central Luzon, flights were rerouted from Clark International Airport to NAIA Terminal 3. For the past three days, Terminal 3 receives more than 26,000 passengers departing Manila.

  • Clearing operations of damaged properties in Porac, Pampanga which was severely damaged after a magnitude 6.1 earthquake on April 22, 2019. At least 16 people have died while 81 were injured in Central Luzon due to the earthquake. At least 14 remain missing.

  • Catholic Association of Bengal arranged a condolence in solidarity with the affected people in the terror attack of Sri Lanka at St. Thomas Church.

  • Empire State Building lit up in French flag colors in solidarity with French people after fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris

  • 200 homes were gutted and more than 700 families were affected by a fire that reaches general alarm in Barangay Damayang Lagi, Quezon City. No casualties have been reported.

  • Life continues after the January 27, 2019, twin bombing at Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Jolo, Sulu, in the Philippines where there are twenty people were killed and 102 others injured.[

  • At least 20 thousand young people demonstrate today in Turin, Italy for the global climate event promoted by the young activist Greta Thunberg.

  • Students from University of the Philippines conducted indignation protests at Palma Hall in University of The Philippines Diliman in Quezon City on March 12, 2019. The group condemned the gruesome murder of Iloilo State College of Fisheries Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) cadet Willie Amihoy and youth groups intensify calls against the mandatory ROTC and continued state-sponsored violence in schools. Willie Amihoy was hit with a metal pipe and allegedly killed by his corps commander inside the boys' CR.

  • On the celebration of World Day Against Cyber Censorship the Independent and alternative journalist, as well as students and human rights activists and IT advocates picketed the National Computer Emergency response Team (NICT) of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) head office in Diliman, Quezon City on March 12, 2019. The group press the agency to act on relentless and continuing cyber attacks on website of independent and alternative media since December 2018.

  • Environmentalist group Kalikasan People’s Network for the Environment (Kalikasan PNE), together with Mindanao Indigenous federation KALUMARAN and other Mindanao-based people’s organization hold a protest in front of Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) office while holding a face effigy of President Duterte wich stand as pro-mining company in Quezon City on March 4, 2019. The group picket protest is on the occasion of the 24th anniversary of the Mining Act of 1995 to demand the upholding of the 28 mining closure orders previously released on 2017.

  • Fire fighters extinguish a fire that broke out at a slum beside up tracks of Baranagar Road station in out skirt of Kolkata.

  • Hundreds of vehicles remain stranded near avalanche site at Jawahar tunnel, Qazigund almost 68 miles from main city Srinagar, Indian Administered Kashmir. After heavy snowfall started on 6th of February an avalanche hit a police post on Srinagar-Jammu highway killing 8 policemen on duty at the post. However after rescue operations 3 policemen were rescued from the snow and were taken to the hospital. More than 1000 vehicles have been stranded as the main highway remains cut off due to the avalanche. In a separate accident, nine houses and a school building were hit by avalanches in two villages of Ramban in Jammu District but no loss of life was reported. The affected persons were rescued and shifted to safe places.

  • Holocaust Memorial day in Thessaloniki. Events in Thessaloniki on the Holocaust Remembrance Day by the Jewish Community of Thessaloniki and in cooperation with the Region of Central Macedonia. The events included wreath deposition, memorial service and live concert in the Thessaloniki Concert Hall with the presence of the President of the Republic, Prokopis Paulopoulos.

  • A major fire broke out at 12.45 am at a five-storey building housing garment shops in Gariahat crossing at Kolkata, burning goods worth crores and destroying multiple shops next to the building.The building houses a garment store on the ground and first floor and residential apartments on the floors above.

  • A fire broke out at Traders Assembly Building at one of the Kolkata important market place Gariahat at 1am Sunday.

  • Family member of hooch victim mourn at Chowdhurypara under Shantipur police station of Nadia district where seven people died and twelve felt ill after consuming spurious liquor locally called cholai.

  • Smoke billow out from the window after fire broke out at a multi store office building in Park Street.

  • People collect used goods and iron from homes affected by liquefaction in Petobo, Palu, central Sulawesi, 34 days after quake-tsunami-liquefaction hit Central Sulawesi. A deadly earthquake measuring 7.5 magnitude and the tsunami wave caused by it has destroyed the city of Palu and much of the area in Central Sulawesi. According to officials, the death toll from the devastating quake and tsunami has risen to 2088, around 5000 people in hospitals are seriously injured and some 62,000 people have been displaced.

  • A fire broke out at the Calcutta Medical College and Hospital, more than 250 patients were evacuated and no casualty has been reported.

  • A low intensity bomb blast in front of a fruit vendor killed a child and at least five person injured at Kazipara, Nagerbazar area of Dumdum.

  • On the one year anniversary of Hurricane Maria, hundreds gathered in Union Square on September 20, 2018, demanding justice for Puerto Rico. Many Puerto Ricans are still struggling for survival and fighting to remain, reclaim, and rebuild.

  • Forensic team collect sample from multi stored market building Bagree Market which is ravage by a fire on September 16, 2018.

  • Labors carries out goods for safe place from Bagree Market where massive fire broke out on Sunday September 16.

  • Firefighters busy douses fires for second consecutive day at Bagree Market where massive fire broke out on Sunday September 16.

  • Massive fire broke out at around 2.45 am at Bagree Market a wholesale market situated in the congested area of city wholesale business hub at Burra Bazaar.

  • (EDITORS NOTE: Image was created with a smartphone) Strong winds and heavy rains of Typhoon Mangkhut's landfall in Philippines caused flooding and uprooted trees.

  • Heavy rains on the night of September 11,2018 caused flooding in low areas in Manila. Typhoon Mangkhut has further intensified as it moves closer to the Philippines, state weather bureau PAGASA.

  • Scene at Batangas port as the weather bureau continues to monitor a potential strong typhoon that is threatening to enter the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) this week. Severe Tropical Storm “Mangkhut” (international name) was spotted 2,745 kilometers east of Southern Luzon and may enter the PAR on Wednesday, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration said.