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  • Extinction Rebellion protesters march from Marble Arch to Parliament Square, attempting to deliver letters to their MPs. Extinction Rebellion activists were permitted to be in Parliament Square but not to enter Parliament. After several attempts to deliver the letters, the activists reached an agreement with MPs through the police. Ten activists were allowed to deliver the letters in the company of Baroness Jenny Jones (Green party). Philosopher and Green campaigner Rupert Reed, Labour Shadow minister Clive Lewis and Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle spoke to protesters. Extinction Rebellion demands from the government direct action on the climate, reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2025 and a peoples assembly.

  • Climate change activists from the Extinction Rebellion camped at the Marble Arch in central London where all their activities such as music, artwork and classes are taking place from, after police officers cleared sites at the Oxford Circus, Waterloo Bridge and Parliament Square from Extinction Rebellion protesters. Extinction Rebellion demands the government for direct actions on the climate, reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2025 and a people’s assembly.

  • Environmental activists from Extinction Rebellion movement remained at Oxford Circus after the Berta Cáceres pink boat was removed from police. Activists were in the junction blocking the streets and causing traffic disruptions before police move in to clear the Extinction Rebellion road blockades. Police have been arresting protesters that refuse to head to Marble Arch. Extinction Rebellion demands from the government direct actions on the climate, reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2025 and a peoples assembly.

  • The riffian marched through the streets of the diaspora of Madrid to demand the release of political prisoners from the Hirak Rif in Morocco, the end of militarization, marginalization and the economic blockade of the Rif.

  • Hundreds of people gathered around the Dam Square to demand the Dutch government to let the Sea-Watch 3 (a ship that has been rescuing refugees at the Mediterranean Sea) continue to do its work. Create a safe route for refugees, to stop the arms trade and also to the politicians in Amsterdam they should reopen the winter shelter and establish a permanent emergency shelter for undocumented refugees and homeless people.

  • A funeral procession was carried out by the international movement, Extinction Rebellion in Rotterdam. With this action, the movement is demanding the Dutch government to declare a Climate Emergency act on making a Delta Plan Climate for Rotterdam, ZERO net emissions of CO2 in 2025, including the Port of Rotterdam.

  • Event of Podemos party with young people under the slogan "The future is ours" to talk about the problems of the young people as the payment of university fees, lack of work, precarization of jobs with "mini jobs" or false autonomous, access to housing, etc. The event was attended by young representatives from all over Spain who have asked the congressmen Irene Montero, Alberto Rodríguez and Rafae Mayoral and the candidate for the presidency of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Serra. The event takes place within the electoral campaign agenda for 28A.

  • Unidos Podemos party conference about proposals on animal protection and animal rights in the face of the 28A elections with the participation of Pilar Lima (senator of Unidos Podemos), López de Uralde (congressman of Unidos Podemos), Sofia Castañón ( congressman of Unidos Podemos) and Pablo Iglesias (leader of Unidos Podemos). The party proposes if they win the elections 28A will create an Animal Welfare Law that will act in case of animal abuse, both domestic and wild, and a reform in the Spanish Civil Code so that animals are considered sentient beings.

  • New York Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand campaigns for President of the United States as she shakes hands of her supporters during a "listening tour" stop at at the Adams Street Espresso & Soda Shoppe in Creston, Iowa.

  • Environmental activists from Extinction Rebellion movement hold for fourth consecutive day Waterloo Bridge in London. Activists has been parked a lorry on the bridge blocking the street causing disruptions. Police have been arresting protesters that refuse to head to Marble Arch. Extinction Rebellion demands from the government direct actions on the climate, reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2025 and a peoples assembly.

  • A worker seen preparing the Election Hoarding for All India Trinamool Congress (TMC) on the street of Kolkata. Trinamool Congress being the main ruling party of West Bengal (A regional state of India) and as per analysis will play the important role to form the Central Government this year.

  • New York Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand campaigns for President of the United States seen speaking with Drake University Democrats at Papa Keno's Pizzeria.

  • Indonesians elect their president and vice president as well as members of the House of Representatives, Regional Representative Council and provincial and municipal councils.

  • Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders rally in Pittsburgh, PA on the campaign trail for the bid in the 2020 election.

  • Extinction Rebellion (XR) is an international movement that uses non-violent civil disobedience to achieve radical change in order to minimize the risk of human extinction and ecological collapse. From Monday 15 April, Extinction Rebellion is taking action on the streets of cities all over the world. In The Hague, the 'International Rebellion XR Netherlands' declared its own full-scale rebellion to demand decisive action from governments on climate change and ecological collapse. Also the Blood of our Children', a symbolic act where buckets of fake blood were poured on the street right next to the government offices to show the politicians that every second is more blood on their hands.

  • Party conference by Pedro Sánchez, current Spanish Prime Minister on the future of public pensions, as part of his electoral campaign to win the elections again on April 28.

  • National Conference, a mainstream political party addressed an election campaign rally in Srinagar. Addressing election rally the J&K National Conference Vice president Omar Abdullah has appealed to the people to vote for NC Party to ensure overall development and protection of special status of the state. The three districts Srinagar, Budgam and Ganderbal is scheduled to go for polls on April 18 in the second phase elections.

  • India is holding general elections in seven phases, the first of which was held on April 11.

  • Pro Brexit protesters gathered at Parliament Square and marched to different places including Downing Street, Westminster Bridge, Trafalgar Square blocking the streets and confronting the police. Protesters demand from the government and politicians to leave the European Union without a deal and deliver what was promised in the referendum.

  • After a social media campaign called 'I Am Priceless' to ban prostitution in The Netherlands. Proud Nederland the Dutch association by and for sex workers demonstrated against this petition, holding their characteristics red umbrellas and frames for reframing the profession. Proud believe that sex work should be seen as a fully-fledged profession. The petition hit 42,000 signatures this week, meaning it's passed the 40,000 mark needed to be debated by politicians. Prostitution has been legal in the country since 2000 but the petition, launched by Christian inspired protest group Exxposé will now be heard by Dutch parliament.

  • The first phase of the general elections began Thursday, with polling in 91 constituencies spread across 18 states and two union territories. The Jammu and Kashmir recorded 47% per cent turnout till 5 pm, an election official said.

  • Around hundred students gathered at the UVA (The University of Amsterdam) to demonstrate with a dance inspired by the Berlin Rave Demos, against the budget cuts on education, and for a university that can be accessible to everyone and where students and teachers are being encouraged to think freely and critically.

  • This Thursday the Uruguayan people claim truth and justice about the events that occurred during the military dictatorship in Uruguay in the 70s, and demanded "never again state terrorism".

  • Spanish left-wing Podemos party leader and presidential candidate for the wing-left Unidas Podemos (United we can) coalition Pablo Iglesias (R), and the general coordinator and lead candidate to the Parliament from Malaga of Unidas Podemos, Alberto Garzon (L), are seen during a rally to officially launch the party's electoral campaign in Madrid. The 2019 Spanish general election will be held on the 29th April.

  • Pablo Montesinos, candidate from Malaga to the congress by Spanish Popular Party, speaks in a public event during the opening Spanish General Elections. Today 12 april, starts oficially the campaign for Spanish General Elections which is scheduled on 28 april. Spanish Popular Party and their leader and presidential candidate Pablo Casado, hope to became the next Spanish Prime Minister.

  • Pre-election drill for president, vice-presidential candidates and legislative candidates in Lhokseumawe, Aceh province, Indonesia. Elections in Indonesia will take place next week on Wednesday April 17, 2019.

  • View of a billboard with the image of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, who look at each other. Text on the billboard are saying " The 21st of April, Decisive choice" The second round of presidential elections in Ukraine will be held on April 21.

  • Debate on the so-called "sewers of the State", that is to say, espionage carried out by the former commissioner Villarejo who, in recent weeks, has taken over the tv programs to create evidence or reports that blame political opponents of the Government of Mariano Rajoy.

  • 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.

  • Iñigo Errejon, candidate for the presidency of the Community of Madrid for Mas Madrid in the impending regional elections, visits the Leganemos headquarters in Leganes on its fourth anniversary to reaffirm the electoral alliance of Mas Madrid with Leganemos in the face of the upcoming municipal elections.

  • Vox, far-right party and future new party at the Congress of the Deputies according to the surveys, presents in Leganes the regional leaders for the imminent general elections in Spain and presents part of its political program.

  • Protesters gathered outside The Dorchester Hotel in London, UK which is owned by the Sultan of Brunei Hassanal Bolkia, to protest and condemn the new anti-LGBT laws brought in by Sultan. Under the new laws introduced in Brunei those found guilty of gay sex or adultery could be stoned to death. Some celebrity's in the world have voiced opposition to the regime and condemn the new laws and called for a boycott of hotels owned by sultan.

  • Demonstrators seen holding placards asking for the release of the full Mueller report in Times Square, New York City.

  • Extradition laws were proposed by the Hong Kong Government to allow the transfer of fugitives to China among other places. The proposal met unusual broad opposition from civil rights groups to international business elites and even pro-establishment figures.

  • National Action Network (NAN) convention in New York City.

  • 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.

  • Members of the Anglo-Iranian communities and supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) gathered for a rally in London to express solidarity with flood victims in Iran and condemn the regime for mobilising the revolutionary Guard (IRGC) to confront the popular protests against the lack of relief.

  • National Council of Young Israel Gala in New York City.

  • 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.

  • Turkish local elections of 2019 were held on 31 March 2019 throughout the 81 provinces of Turkey. Istanbul and Ankara were seen as the most intense arenas to battle over for the two alliances: Erdogan´s AK Party with the far-right Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) and the centre-left main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) with the right-wing Good (IYI) Party.

  • Thousands of people gathered as always at the Brussels North station to demand a declaration of a state of environmental emergency and a climate law to reduce C02 emissions by 55% by 2030, the climate as a top priority, the adoption of the Finance-Climate Pact, the respect of the Paris agreements and the protection of water and forests.

  • People gather outside the Israeli embassy in London to demonstrate against the Israeli government, and to demand respect for Palestinians’ fundamental rights to exist, resist and return. Palestinians are calling for global protests to support their right to come back to their villages. Rally was organized by Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Stop the War Coalition, Palestinian Forum in Britain, Friends of Al- Aqsa, and Muslim Association of Britain.

  • Press conference by Albert Rivera, congressman and leader of the Ciudadanos party before the big demonstration for the promotion of infrastructures and work solutions in the municipalities with danger of depopulation in Spain.

  • Hundreds of people gathered in solidarity with Palestine to commemorate the Day of the Land by all Palestinians around the world. During the event some Israeli supporters showed up and there were clashes between the two sides. Dutch police intervened to calm the situation, Amsterdam.

  • The left party "Podemos" held a Party conference in Leganes, municipality of the south of the Community of Madrid, with the participation of Isabel Serra, candidate for the presidency of the region of the Community of Madrid in the following autonomy elections.

  • A Leave means leave pro Brexit march begun on March 16 in Sunderland, UK and ended with a rally in Parliament Square on March 29 in London, same day that UK has been scheduled to leave the European Union. Pro Brexit protesters gathered at Parliament Square to demand from the government to deliver what was promised and leave the European Union without a deal. Nigel Farage and Tommy Robinson were seen giving speeches to their supporters in different stages during the pro Brexit protest.

  • Raimundo Fernandez, mayor of the small village of Torrubia de Soria, is marching with his donkey 'Margarita' from his village to Calatayud 60 kilometres distance, to demand Spanish government measures against depopulation in the region. Soria's province is one of the Europe’s largest desert in terms of population with just 8.8 inhabitants per sq. km.

  • Around hundred people gathered in Madrid to protest against immunity for the crimes committed during the Spanish Civil War by Francisco Franco's dictatorship, and to demand justice for victims and relatives.

  • Hundreds of workers from Alcoa, an American company that works in the extraction and sale of aluminium, protest against the closure of the company in Galicia and Asturias. During the protest, politicians from the Congress of Deputies participated and there were moments of tension, breaking of the police barrage and the arrest of one of the demonstrators.

  • Rally and meeting about the job insecuruty on the Madrid region inside the electoral pre-campaign of Isabel Serra in the town of Torrejon de Ardoz. The meeting focuses on job insecurity, the economic crisis of families with liberal measures of the political right and the problem of unemployment. In the rally participates Rafa Mayoral, deputy of Unidos Podemos in the Spanish Congress of Deputies along with leaders of different social struggles such as Douglas Harper, union leader in Amazon Spain.