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  • Students accompanied by members of the TNI study online at the 110th TNI Manunggal Build Village (TMMD) Post in Parepare City, South Sulawesi. In the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Posko (TMMD) provides free wifi for students who are constrained by the cost of internet quota to study online.

  • A woman takes part during a performance of Feminist groups, to write names of victims of femicide and place flowers in protest against gender violence, as part of the protests of International Women's Day at the National Palace.

  • President of Passengers United advocacy coalition Charlton D'souza speaks at press conference calling on Governor Cuomo to resign amid allegation of sexual harassment and stop MTA service cuts at 633 3rd Avenue, Manhattan.

  • Demonstration of Italian Communist Party by Marco Rizzo against Draghi's government, calling it a government of banks and Confindustria. Demonstrators gathered in Piazza San Silvestro near the government headquarters to protest against Premier Mario Draghi, former president of the European Central Bank in Rome.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi being greeted during public meeting organised by BJP ahed of West Bengal assembly elections,at Brigade ground in Kolkata.

  • Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot meeting Danish Ambassador Freddy Svane at CM office in Jaipur. Animal Husbandry Minister Lal Chand Kataria and Principal Secretary Kuldeep Ranka is also seen. A Center of Excellence in dairy sector will soon be set up in Rajasthan with the help of Denmark.

  • BJP Party members are going to participate in the Brigade rally ahead of the West Bengal state legislative assembly elections at Kolkata.

  • Activists staged rally in support of Bessemer, Alabama Amazon workers for organizing union on Houston street in front of Whole Foods supermarket owned by Amazon. Members of The People Bodega offered free drinks, snacks and personal protective equipment to protesters.

  • Animal rights activists staged rally in front of Saks Fifth Avenue department store. They were targeting gruesome fur trade for fashion industry. Front entrances of Saks were blocked and manned by police officers and security guards.

  • No DAD (No Didattica a Distanza) protest in Naples, committees following the closure of schools in Campania decided by the Region until 14 March. Demonstration for the right to education one year after the closure of schools.

  • Hundreds of employees of the Trans Studio Mall Makassar received a mass injection of Covid-19 vaccination. Vaccination activities are intended to prevent and suppress the spread of the corona virus to workers in malls.

  • Supporters of Left Front and Congress party during a protest rally against the hike in fuel prices in Kolkata.

  • People are receiving doses of COVISHIELD, a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine, during the first phase of the country's nationwide vaccination drive for people above 45 years of age at a government hospital in Bangladesh.

  • Sit-in organized by volunteers of Baobab Experience association and other associations, near the Embassy of Croatia in Italy, in solidarity with all migrants who are trying to cross the border between Bosnia and Croatia and to protest against conditions inhumane where migrants are living in reception camps in Bosnia, symbolized with butterflies surrounded by barbed wire

  • People are receives a dose of COVISHIELD, a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine, during a vaccination drive for people above 60 years of age and those who are 45 or more and suffering from certain medical conditions, at a Kolkata Municipality medical centre in Kolkata.

  • People waiting in line at community-based pop-up vaccination site at Canaan Baptist Church of Christ in Harlem. Pop-up vaccination sites were organized on order by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo in mostly underserved neighborhoods to ensure fairness and equity in the vaccine distribution process. Governor administration was collaborating with SOMOS Community Care to vaccinate people.

  • Demonstration in Montecitorio Square of the Ethiopian community in Italy, to raise awareness of public opinion and the Italian Government on the dramatic events of the situation in the region of Tigray.

  • Anti-covid vaccination center 19 from a Posology point of view, the Instruction clearly states that “Covid-19 mRNA BNT162b2 vaccine is administered intramuscularly” to individuals aged 16 years or older. “The treatment involves the administration of two doses of 0.3 mL each, administered 21 days apart. There are no data available on the interchangeability of the Covid-19 mRNA BNT162b2 vaccine with other Covid-19 vaccines to complete the vaccination series”. Individuals who have received one dose of the Covid-19 mRNA BNT162b2 vaccine must receive a second dose “to complete the vaccination series.

  • The councilor for public works Alessandra Clemente and the councilor at the Marco Gaudini road network, they will visit the Arco station Mirelli of Line 6 of the Metro and Piazza della Repubblica, whose completion and arrangement works are now almost completed. In particular in Piazza della Repubblica the works for the creation of the roundabout with the installation of the restored monument to the Scugnizzo Neapolitan, which celebrates and recalls the popular uprising of Naples in '43 against the Nazis, and is nearing completion redevelopment of flower beds and gardens.

  • Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje being administered the COVID-19 vaccine, during a countrywide inoculation drive, at SMS Hospital in Jaipur. The second phase of the COVID-19 vaccination drive started for people 60 years of age and above.

  • 4 Central American minors crossed the border delimited in Mexico by the Rio Bravo, there is an increase in unaccompanied minors since the beginning of the year due to the new United States policies imposed by President Biden

  • Rally for Governor Cuomo resignation organized by Reverend Kevin McCall at 633 3rd Avenue. A dozen of protesters are calling for Gov. Cuomo's resignation following a series of sexual harassment accusations and an attempted coverup of nursing home deaths resulting from pandemic response mismanagement.

  • Flashmob organized by "Liberare Roma" movement in San Silvestro square in Rome against male violence on women. All participants wore a red Covid-19 mask

  • Protesters marched to Prime Minister office to demand for the abolish of the Digital Security Act. They also demand to withdraw the law before the next Independence Day and justice for the writer Mushtaq Ahmed in Dhaka .

  • Police explorer patch seen at Police Commissioner Dermot Shea press conference to combat graffiti and improve quality of life on Orchard Street. Initiative to combat graffiti is designed to improve quality of life and to lower crimes in the city. Graffiti causes substantial financial costs to homeowners and merchants and public institutions and facilities. Graffiti is often related to drug and gang violence. There were more than 6,000 complaints in calendar 2020 about property damaged by graffiti.

  • Sit-in organized by the unions (CUB, ACC, Assovolo, USB) of Alitalia workers in front of the Ministry of Transport to ask the Italian Government for support for employment and a recovery plan for Alitalia

  • Anti-Digital Security Act procession towards the Prime Minister's Office. Protesters demanded justice for author Mustaq Ahmed's death in custody and demanded the repeal of the Digital Security Act within independent days.

  • A small group of protesters are calling for Gov. Cuomo's resignation following a series of sexual harassment accusations and an attempted coverup of nursing home deaths resulting from pandemic response mismanagement at 633 3rd Avenue. Protesters were outnumbered by members of the press. Protest was organized by Democratic Socialists of America, NY Communities for Change, Housing Justice for All and some other groups.

  • Student activists march from Raju memorial to VC office. Activists shout slogan and protest against police attack inside Dhaka University camps and demand bail for arrested activists.

  • Senior citizens being administered COVID-19 vaccine during a countrywide inoculation drive at Government hospital in Beawar. The second phase of the Covid-19 vaccination drive started for people 60 years of age and above. 70 years old Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also received his first dose of Corona vaccine at AIIMS in New Delhi on Monday.

  • Protesters attempted to block the Ministry of the home affiance, following the death of a Bangladeshi writer Mushtaq Ahmed in prison, who was arrested under the digital security act.

  • Demonstration in front of Palazzo Montecitorio in Rome organized by TNI Italia (National Protection of Companies) and by the owners of restaurants in Tuscany to ask the Italian Government for compensation for damage suffered and agreed restaurant reopening

  • Student Union protest against Digital Security Act after writer Mushtaq Ahmed death in the custody of the police. The protesters demand to abolish Digital Security Act in front of the Ministry of Home Affair in Dhaka.

  • Grand joint rally at Brigade Congres. ,Left front and Furfura cleric Abbas Siddique led by Indian Secular Front kicked off their campaign for the West Bengal Assembly Elections with grand joint rally at Kolkata's Brigade Parade Ground. Furfura sharif cleric Abbas Siddiqui and CPI(M) State leader Sujan Chakaraborty on stage brigade ground

  • Italian firefighters in action in Piazza della Bocca Della Verità, near the Basilica of Santa Maria in Cosmedin to extinguish an early fire.

  • A protest rally of left-wing student activists to protest the death of writer Mushtaq in prison under the Digital Security Act, They surrounded the Ministry of Home Affairs and demanded the release of detained leaders & abolish the digital security act. Dhaka 1 march 2021

  • Demonstration in Piazza del Popolo in Rome organized by Black Lives Matter Rome movement, to which other associations have joined, against discrimination, racism and intolerance

  • General Secretary of Communist Party of India (Marxist) or CPI(M) Sitaram Yechury, CPI(M) State Secretary Surja Kanta Mishra, Left Front Chairman Biman Bose, Congress State President Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Indian Secular Front or ISF Chief Pirzada Abbas Siddiqui, an influential cleric of the shrine of Furfura Sharif, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, Bhupesh Baghel and Communist Party of India All India General Secretary D Raja with others Left, Congress, ISF during Left, Congress, ISF joint rally at Brigade Parade Ground ahead of State Assembly Election.

  • protester participate on a Resistance Assembly in front of national museum in Shahabagh on February 28, 2020. Protestors demand to relese seven student leader and workers leader.

  • Leftist political groups staged a protest rally in Dhaka's Shahbagh today for the third day in a row over the death of writer and blogger Mushtaq Ahmed in prison under the Digital Security Act (Dsa). Speakers demanded the immediate release of detainees arrested in the movement and the repeal of the Digital Security Act. Dhaka 28 Feb 2021

  • Party members of Indian National Congress, Indian Secular Front (ISF) and Left parties are going to participate on the Brigade rally ahead of the West Bengal state legislative assembly elections in Kolkata.

  • Lakhs of devotees gather at Har Ki Pauri Ghat to take a holy dip in Ganga river on the occasion of Magh Purnima (full moon day) in Haridwar.

  • Teachers and operator of school sector of Ischia and Procida waiting to get first dose of covid 19 vaccine.

  • Activists march and slogans during a human chain procession, following the death of the writer Mushtaq Ahmed in jail months after his arrest under the Digital security act in Dhaka Bangladesh, on February 27, 2021.

  • Also in 2021, every Saturday afternoon, continue the collection and free distribution to the poor of unsold food from the market organized by the volunteers of the ReFoodGees association within the Esquiline Market in Rome, with the rules of social distancing

  • Protesters attend in a procession following the death of writer Mushtaq Ahmed in jail. During the procession Police baton-charge the protesters several protester was injured. Mushtaq Ahmed was arrested under the digital security act in Dhaka, Bangladesh on February 26, 2021.

  • Writer Mostak Ahmed died yesterday in the central jail, he was arrested in Digital Security Act. He did not get released several time after trying. In that context, the student union and general student held a protest in he face of that period. The main demand for the protester is to remove " The Digital Security Act" they also ask for answer to the government why writer die in the jail. About 10-12 wounded in the movement in Dhaka.

  • Sit-in organized by some Italian-Palestinian associations in Piazza San Silvestro in Rome to protest against the state of Israel that does not provide the anti-covid vaccine to Palestinian political prisoners in Israeli prisons, to all the Palestinian people, and has prevented the 1000 doses of vaccine shipped by the Palestine Ministry of Health arrive in Gaza

  • Police car Chevrolet Caprice from 1980th similar to what has been used by Edward Byrne seen at annual vigil for police officer Edward Byrne killed in the line of duty in 1988 on the corner of 107th Avenue and Inwood street. PO Byrne was sitting in the car protecting witness when he was killed by gang members. Since his murder police officers of New York hold annual vigil on that same place.

  • School Chancellor Richard Carranza attends Mayor Bill de Blasio visit of Bronx Leaders of Tomorrow Richard R. Green Middle School on reopening day during COVID-19 pandemic. About 100 students signed up to attend school for in-person learning. Mayor was with NYC school Chancellor Richard Carranza. Following COVID-19 protocol school opened 3 entrances: one for girls, one for boys and one for staff in order to keep social distances.