Members of Thailand women’s national football team arrived at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka to take part in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup Qualifiers which will be held at the Bangabandhu National Stadium. Dhaka, 19 May, 2013.
The Baltic's biggest running festival the 23rd Nordea Riga marathon took place today it gathered 22,020 participants from 65 countries. The course lies in the very center of Riga City and runners can enjoy the charm of the old Hanseatic Town.
An electrical fire on Harlem's 7th Avenue at 129th Street destroyed the shops and an apartment of two immigrant families. The flames had threatened to engulf the building, but a massive contingent of New York firefighters prevented further damage.
The 6th Panhellenic 2013 cyclists pressure group bike protest, organised by podilates. Gr, started its cycle ride at 12:00 in various cities of Greece. Northern Aegean, Lemnos island cyclists gathering.
Anti-austerity Greek Bikers Club 'Aganaktismenoi' protests in Athens in Syntagma Square in front of Greek Parliament against continued austerity measures by the Greek government and the European Union alike.
Health care workers, union members, local political parties and members of the public once again protested in the centre of Madrid against the health care privatization programme pursued by the Madrid Council.
(Part 2) After a judge dismissed charges against NYPD officer Richard Haste for the killing of Ramarley Graham the parents of the slain teen organized a protest rally in the Bronx. They marched from the Graham family home to the 47th precinct.
Nino Di Matteo meets Palermo's citizens in the Feast of AddioPizzo. Anti-Mafia magistrate spoke about the relationship between the Italian State and the criminal organizations between politics and the Mafia.
The shut Guantanamo Campaign held a weekend protest outside of the American Embassy in London's Grosvenor Square to highlight the passing 100th day of the Guantanamo hunger strike and called for the shutting down of the Guantanamo Prison.
After a judge dismissed charges against NYPD officer Richard Haste for the killing of Ramarley Graham the parents of the slain teen organized a protest rally in the Bronx. They marched from the Graham family home to the 47th precinct.
About 4000 cyclists occupied the streets of central Athens as well as gatherings of cyclists held in other cities of Greece. "Podilates" organiser, argued central Athens bus lanes offered minimal protection to cyclists.
The Mexican diver Yahel Castillo, with 490.20 points, won the gold medal in testing three-meter springboard at the Diving World Series. The Latin American beat Chinese Li Shixin, silver with 483.45, and He Chao, bronze with 460.20.
Zurab Katchkatchishvili, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Georgia to the Republic of India paid obeisance at Golden Temple. It is worth noting that the embassy of Georgia began operations in India in 2010.
London based worldwide renowed sculptor Anish Kapoor opens his exhibition in Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin. Anish Kaapo´s exhibition with about 70 works will provide a survey of the abstract poetic work from 1988 to present.
Tata Consultancy Services World 10K run is an annual 10 kilometre road race which takes place in Bangalore, India. Leonard Oliotiptip won the 10K Elite Men race while country woman Gladys Cherono bagged the 10K Elite Women section.
Chit-fund Company's Saradha Group's Chairman Sudipta Sen coming out from Rajarhat New Town Police station before he produced in Salt Lake court in Kolkata, India. Saradha Chief Sudipta Sen along with Saradha Director Debjani Mukherjee
Voters flock to public schools nationwide for the 2013 Philippine general elections. Election results have been marred by allegations of vote buying and fraud via the new Automated Election System (AES) .
Barcelona International Motor Show (Salón Internacional del Automóvil) is one of the five major shows in the world and the most important one in Spain for both the number of visitors and participating brand names.
Demonstrators marched and rallied on Nakba Day, an annual protest of Israel's displacement of Palestinians that began with the ethnic cleansing of more than 750,000 during the state's founding in 1948.