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  • The Non-governmental organization 'Animal Rights' organized a demonstration for the replacement of animal testing. Hundreds of people gathered in the center of Rotterdam to demand to the Dutch government to stop subsidizing animal testing and exploring other alternatives.

  • Second day of the World Congress of Families (WCF) conference. The event gathers several non-governmental organizations, politicians, religious personalities, sharing a strong anti-abortion and anti-LGBT stances. Italian Ministry of Interior and Vice Premier Matteo Salvini was attended at the event, while several people, coordinated by Non Una Di Meno were protesting in the streets.

  • The Italian Women organization Non Una di Meno called for a march against the thirteenth “World Congress of Families” (WCF) in Verona. The WCF gathers several representatives of “pro-life movements” in Europe and abroad, personalities from the religious world against abortion and it’s reportedly connected to far-rights movements. Non Una di Meno and other associations protest against the WCF’s positions against abortion, homosexuality and their aims to write a global agenda and politics on these matters.

  • On the last day of the World Congress of Families, a March for Families took place in Verona. People coming from all Italy joined the event. The World Congresses of Families received critics and comments for the strong anti-abortion and anti-gay positions of its organizers. The right Forza Nuova movement also joined the event.

  • Every year traditional health workers in Kashmir use leeches to treat people suffering from skin diseases, arthritis, chronic headaches and sinusitis on Nowruz, which marks the first day of spring and the beginning of the year in the Persian calendar.

  • Thousands of demonstrators rally in Berlin in Invalidenparkl to protest against the World climate change. Most protestants are young students from Berlin schools, as well as a large numbers of adults and seniors.

  • The Special Olympics World Games 2019 will be hosted in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates in March 2019 for the first time in the Middle East and North Africa since the movement’s founding over 50 years ago. The final stage of the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run was held on Al Marjan Island, Ras Al Khaimah. The event was celebrated with traditional Emirati music and dances. The CEO of Marjan and Master Developer of Ras Al Khaimah, Mr Abdulla Al Abdouli opened the event.

  • Minicab drivers blocked Parliament Square in protest over changes to the congestion charge. Drivers are against congestion charges introduced by Mayor Sadiq Khan. TFL said the measure is necessary to reduce London’s air pollution.

  • Daily life in Nakhon Sawan, Thailand

  • European Union investigators began a weeklong visit to Poland on Monday after a video showing sick cows being illegally slaughtered during night at a slaughterhouse in the northeastern Polish town of Ostrow Mazowiecka . The meat from the abattoir went to Estonia, Finland, France, Hungary, Lithuania, Portugal, Romania, Spain, and Sweden. European Union investigators began a weeklong visit to Poland on Monday for inspections.

  • A general view of the skyline during a poor air quality day in Bangkok, Thailand, on January 21, 2019. Bangkok’s air pollution crisis worsened on Monday as predicted, with 23 locations along main roads and 16 other areas reporting unsafe levels of PM2.5, the health-threatening airborne particles 2.5 micrometres or less in diameter. Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom/SOPA Images

  • Body builders perform on a stage before judges on the occasion of 44th Tripura State Body Building championship organized by all tripura body builders association affiliated to Indian Body Building Federation , in Agartala, capital of the Northeastern state of Tripura, India.

  • The youth and young urban sector organize a protest march for the legalization of Cannabis, or the medical marijuana. They pointed out that it have medical evidences that Cannabis can treat such diseases such as, Cancer, Epilepsy, Glaucoma, Diabetes. It can stabilize blood sugars, suppress arterial inflammation, Lower blood pressure and other ailments.

  • Some fifty workers of Metro de Madrid protest in front of the Assembly of Madrid for the resignation of Borja Carabante, CEO of Metro de Madrid, and for a solution to asbestos within the Metro network of the city of Madrid after the second death a consequence of asbestos in a worker.

  • Protesters marched to the Ohio State House in Columbus, Ohio to protest the controversial Heartbeat Bill or HB258, which bans abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected. The bill would make it much more difficult for women to seek an abortion in the state of Ohio. The bill was passed by members of the Ohio Senate with a vote of 18-13. Outgoing Ohio Governor John Kasich has said he would veto any such bill should it be passed by the Senate.

  • It's an outdoor event celebrating lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) culture and pride. The events also at times serve as demonstrations for legal rights such as same-sex marriage.

  • Kajol Dey, a handicapped table tennis player, who lost his hands in a bomb blast. He has won national championships in table tennis and now he runs a coaching center where he teaches table tennis to the students.

  • Children with disabilities participated in different sports such as forming pyramids, running and many more on the International Day of People with Disabilities at Agartala, capital of the Northeastern state of Tripura India. International Day of People with Disabilities is an international observance promoted by the United Nations since 1992. The day aims to promoting an understanding of people with disabilities and encourage support for their dignity, rights and well-being.

  • Pensioners held a rally towards the Hellenic Parliament to demand for all the cuts as part of austerity measures.

  • Between the years 1950 and 1964, polio died in Spain hundreds of people, whose vaccine did not arrive in Spain until 1963, 10 years after it was invented in the United States today on World Polio Day have demonstrated in front of Congress demanding for justice and recognition, asking specialized doctors accessibility and the recognition of post-polio syndrome as a disease since the virus becomes active again. They have publicly presented a judicial complaint in Argentina for the damages caused.

  • U.S. Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), along with with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, breast cancer survivors and medical researchers, calling for additional funding for life-saving research into breast cancer, at a press conference in Times Square in New York City.

  • The Knights of Columbus, together with the Rotary International of Manila and a local broadcasting network in Manila conducts a medical mission at the Sta. Cruz Church yard in Manila.

  • Breast Cancer Awareness takes place annually throughout the month of October, aims to increase attention and support for the awareness about the disease. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide, both in the developed and developing countries.

  • Rugby in RAK has been reported to have been played in the region since 1969 in various forms, the senior men’s team is currently playing in the Community League in the UAE and also it has a youth team as well as a woman's sevens team. The remarkable thing about the RAK Rugby Club is that their home ground is a sand pitch located at Bin Majid Resort in Ras Al Khaimah, their seasons run from September to April every year and it’s governed by the UAE Rugby Federation under chairman Sheikh Mohammed Bin Maktoum Bin Juma Al Maktoum.

  • Al Jazirah beach is located near the upmarket residential area of Al Hamra Village in Ras Al Khaimah. The beach is littered with plastic bags, plastic bottles, fish nets, fishing lines, construction wood, dead fish and even a dead turtle. The area has become a dumping ground for unwanted human and construction waste over the last few years.

  • The Ras Al Khaimah Government is the first Emirate in the UAE to actively promote and implement food waste centers. A key strategy in the education of local people regarding recycling and food waste and why it is important. The food waste centers caters for hotels, malls, food markets, fish markets and private households.

  • Although considered to violate the International Convention against Cruel, Inhuman or Torture and Cruelty. Aceh, one of the provinces in Indonesia that insists on carrying out whipping as a province of Islamic Sharia law.

  • World Cleanup Day is a global social action program that aims to combat global waste problems, including the problem of marine waste.Today there are 157 countries, 380 million volunteers around the world, of which 13 million volunteers from Indonesia do the same thing to clean up trash. This year's World Cleanup Day activities in Meulaboh City were centered around the village. cleaning is carried out along various rivers and drainage to hunt for garbage. Indonesia is one of the biggest contributors of plastic waste, a variety of waste is a household waste. Garbage of various types almost all the way in Indonesia can be seen, both in the form of bottles and used plastic food. some of the garbage flows in drainage or rivers due to the…

  • Rice is the staple food for people of Jammu and Kashmir particularly of Kashmiris. The valley constitutes about two-thirds of the total area under rice cultivation in the whole state.

  • During the National Tuberculosis Day in Kenya, Catherine Abonyo and her daughter Diana who have been victims and survivors of tuberculosis celebrate happily in Kenya after their Survival and their being together. Catherine who is also a mother of three and a kindergarten teacher says Diana has lived under Tuberculosis medication for almost six, she has to stay away from her fellow friends until she's hundred percent TB free.

  • Watermelons during summer in Agartala, India

  • Hundreds of women demonstrate in the Sant Jaume square in Barcelona demanding for the Argentine Senate to approve legal abortion.

  • Thousands of students and teachers attended a parade in traditional Indonesian clothing to enliven the 73rd Republic of Indonesia Independence Day held every August 17th in the city of Lhokseumwe, Aceh Province, Indonesia.

  • Health workers gave albendazole tablets to school students at a school on National Deworming day in Agartala, capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, India.

  • Nivea world No.1 skincare brand and a leading brand in men's skincare in India launched its newest innovation in the deodorant called Nivea Men Duo Body Deodorizer, at hotel JW Marriott, Juhu in Mumbai. Indian film actor Ranveer Singh is the brand face for Nivea Men product launch.

  • The small northeastern state of Tripura in India is introducing ‘Green Agartala’ model by officially banning the sale, use and carrying of plastic bags . The government order relating to ban on use of plastic products says that nobody would be considered allowable for use, carriage or sale of any kind of plastic cover or plastic sheet or plastic film or plastic tube to cover magazines, invitation cards, greeting cards or any kind of grocery items.

  • Another heat wave is scheduled to hit parts of the UK this weekend.

  • Nurses, doctors and patients protest in front of the World Health Organization offices in Caracas for the lack of medicines and treatment in the hospitals. The government led by President Nicolas Maduro still does not solve the problem in the health sector and does not allow the humanitarian aid of other nations.

  • Laboratory technicians work during a press tour in the new S4 high-security laboratory in the RKI office and laboratory building, which was inaugurated in 2015 in their protective suits in the laboratory space. In the new laboratory with the highest protection level, life-threatening pathogen like the Ebola and Nipha virus can be safely diagnosed and researched.

  • Medical staff from public hospitals demonstrated in the streets after 30 consecutive days of protest in Caracas to demand an increase of salaries and supplies to be able to treat patients in hospitals. They also demand to earn the same as the military in Venezuela, as a normal salary of a soldier is in 240,000,000 million Bsf monthly (69 $) while the medical staff of public hospitals earns 3,000,000 bsf ($ 0.90) per month.

  • TB patients on hospital beds getting treatment in a hospital in Agartala, capital of the Northeastern state of Tripura, India. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it’s one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide.

  • Syrian Doctor Mansour Alatrash poses for a portrait at the Polish Medical Mission in Krakow. Polish Medical mission established a cooperation in the end of 2016 with Syrian NGO Balsam founded by Doctor Mansour Al Atrash. The cooperation provides prostheses for women and children who lost their limbs as a result of bombardments.

  • Today, July 2, the Polish Parliament directed the drafted law about prohibition of abortion due to the irremovable defects of the fetus to the committee.

  • Tens of thousands of people marched during the hot Saturday weather through London to celebrate and demonstrate over Britain's National Health Service (NHS), ahead of its 70th birthday next week.

  • The need for health care reform in Ukraine is long overdue, as medicine has not been received in full. The infection department of the district hospital in Boryspil, where the country's largest international airport is located, is a vivid confirmation of this. The first 149 medical institutions in 20 regions of the country, where 8 million people live, will cease to receive money from the state budget and local authorities from July 1. They will be financed by the National Health Service on the basis of concluded contracts.

  • General view from a far distance of people performing Yoga. Large yoga session in Times Square in honor of the solstice in New York City.

  • The soldiers of Border Security Force of India (BSF) doing Yoga on the occasion of World Yoga Day in the International Border Check post ( AKHURA CHECKPOST) in Agartala, capital of the Northeastern state of Tripura, India. International Day of Yoga, or commonly and un officially referred to as Yoga Day, is celebrated annually on 21 June since its inception in 2015. An international day for yoga was declared unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). This year Yoga Day’s theme is, “Yoga for Peace”.

  • Soldiers of paramilitary force (The Assam Riffals) doing yoga on the occasion of World Yoga Day at their camp at Agartala, capital of the Northeastern state of Tripura, India. International Day of Yoga, or commonly and un officially referred to as Yoga Day, is celebrated annually on 21 June since its inception in 2015. An international day for yoga was declared unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). This year Yoga Day's theme is, "Yoga for Peace”.

  • People practicing Yoga in the presence of Govenor Of Jammu and Kashmir N.N. Vohra on the international day for Yoga in Indore stadium Srinagar Summer Capital Of Indian administered Kashmir. Practicing Yoga is believed to be a physical, mental and spiritual practice attributed mostly to India. International Yoga Day is Celebrated on 21 June every year from 4 years and it was declared in 2015 unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly.

  • Hundreds of Yoga Practitioners participated in Mass Yoga function to mark the International Day of Yoga in Srinagar. The Yoga Day, is celebrated annually on June 21 since its inception in 2015.