About 4 million Bangladeshis are working in the Ready–Made Garments (RMG) sector, which is now the country’s main foreign currency source. The sector is experiencing hardships, from workers health, fires and building collapses, and pay issues.
The Waed Captive and Liberators Society held a rally to support Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike against their detention by Israel outside the International Committee of the Red Cross' Gaza Strip headquarters.
Copenhagen International Sand Sculpture Festival 2013 is one of the largest and most spectacular sand sculpture events taking place in North Europe with amazing sculptures created by some of the world’s most talented sand artists.
British and Irish Lions coach, Warren Gatland, and Warren Gatland Captain accompanied by players Owen Farrell, Mike Phillips, Stuart Hogg and Paul O'Connell spoke to the media during a press conference organised in the Carton House, near Dublin.
The winner of the Madeira Islands Open-Portugal BPI 2013 is Peter Uihlein. It was a breathtaking final, the players struggle to the very last moment. In second place Morten Ørum Madsen and in third Mark Tullo who made a hole in one on the 4th tee.
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.
PTI workers protest in Islamabad near the parliament building against the brutal killing of Zahra Shahid Hussain, the vice-president of Khan's PTI party in the southern province of Sindh, she was gunned down outside her home.
Lesotho’s Gay and Lesbian rights movement Matrix, smashed deep rooted gender stereotypes in the mountain kingdom by organizing a gay rights march to mark International Anti-Homophobia and Transphobia Day.
The Void Gallery in Derry, Northern Ireland premiered Andrie Molodkin's 'Catholic Blood'. A controversial work created with acrylic art pieces with the blood of Catholics pumping through, live streamed on to the galleries walls.
Kenyan rights activists were arraigned at a Nairobi Law Court where they were accused of pouring gallons of bloody substances at the gate of Kenyan parliament and releasing a pig with several piglets during a protest against MP salary increases.
The Sardinian Cavalcade is an ancient cultural march and folklore that takes place in Sassari, usually the third Sunday of May, which is the parade on foot, on horseback or on traccas, the characteristic floats decorated with flowers.
Conduct literacy and numeracy training for the interested business women in Balkh province. This training will be for one hour each day and three days in a week and they are following the Ministry of Education literacy curriculum.
Under the theme "Museums (Memory+creativity) =Social Progress", International Museum Day is recognized throughout the world. 32,000 museums in 129 countries on five continents participated in the event.
Thousands of poor Hindu families from Indian states make the seasonal migration to Indian administered Kashmir during the summer to earn their livelihood either by selling handmade articles or by working at construction sites.
The Swedish Ice Hockey team was celebrated by 20000 Stockholmers in Kungstradgarden in Stockholm after beating this years sensational runner up Switzerland in the finale of the Word Championships 2013 with 5-1.
The first day of the X Games took place in Barcelona, with the most important events focusing on action sports like BMX Freestyle, Moto X, Skateboard and RallyCross. The event was supported by the U.S. television channel ESPN.
As one of the most holy Islamic times in the faith, the Eid al-Adha Festival commemorates the sparing of Ishmael by the Judea-Christian-Muslim God by sacrificing livestock of precious cows and goats. The animals get killed with two foot blades.
"iaioflautas" is a Spanish collective of retirees took to the streets of Barcelona to protest against public health care cuts. Laioflautas is a group of retirees who protest over various social topics in Spain.
Former Taiwanese President Lee Teng-hui visited the Wild Strawberry student protest at Freedom Square in Taipei. His visit had historical significance. They protested against police brutality and the struggle to legally perform demonstrations.
A West Midlands Police Officer arrived onto New Streets pedestrianised road with blue lights flashing. The officer left the vehicle and entered Tesco Metro. The police officer returned shortly after with his lunch in a bag.
Armed police besieged the Daily Monitor offices in Kampala during the latest crackdown on independent media in the Ugandan capital. It is believed to be the largest crackdown on independent media in 10 years.