Passers by in Callao, Madrid, were introduced to the Mula Fest 2013 urban trends festival that will be held between 27-30 June at IFEM. The festival will include concerts, graffiti artists, dance, skate boarding, and tattoo parlours.
In a festive atmosphere Brazilians, residents and young tourists in Mexico held a march on the sidewalk of Paseo de la Reforma to express their solidarity by the recent protests in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
The US President Barack Obama gives a speech at Brandenburg Gate, and calls to reduce deployed nuclear weapons. Also Berlin Mayor Klaus Wowereit and German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke to the 4000 guests.
Protests in Istanbul have been sparked by outrage at a brutal police eviction of a sit-in at Istanbul's Taksim Gezi Park protesting the park's demolition. The protests have broadened into anti-government unrest across several cities of the country.
Pictures from the anti-capitalist protests in central London aimed at the G8. The march moved from Oxford street down to Piccadilly Circus, the protestors were then dispersed into small splinter groups with several arrests made.
For the fifth consecutive year Rome will host an FIVB (Federation Internationale de Volleyball) from June 18 to 23 the strongest Beach Volleyball team will meet on the sandy playgrounds in Foro Italico.
Protesters tried to storm the Mayor's office, while elsewhere a vehicle belonging to the press was reportedly set on fire as what had begun as a peaceful protest ended in clashes with police. As many as 8 arrests were made.
The cast iron of snows added has very violent thunderstorms pulled (Entailed) important damages and floods in Pyrenees between Pau and Lourdes. Even in summer the mountain knows how to show itself dangerous.
One woman drowned in the Gave de Pau flood caused by torrential rainfall, as the warmer temperatures are causing significant snow melt in the Pyrenees mountains. About 2,000 people in the region were evacuated, some of them by helicopter.
Mandela has been receiving visits from family members after he was hospitalized a week ago with a recurrence of lung problems.
Former South African president and anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela is recovering well, his grandson said on Saturday.
Save the Children, the world's leading independent organisation for children´s rights, presents Toy Sessions at Círculo de Bellas Artes of Madrid. A campaign to raise awareness about infant mortality where more of 50 musicians play songs with toys.
June 19 is the 152nd birthday of Philippines' national hero, Jose Rizal. The new peso coin with face of Jose Rizal is not yet circulated in the country but Archbishop Cruz shows the new peso coin to us.
Three Dutch Tall ships have arrived in Mauritius and will stay for a week to celebrate the 415th anniversary of the arrival of Dutch navigators to the island. These ships named “Europa”, “Oosterchelde” and “Tecla” will afterwards rally Australia.
'Facing Tomorrow - The fifth Israeli Presidential Conference' aims to engage the central issues that will influence the face of society's future for the sake of a better tomorrow, bringing together influential worldwide figures.
Wladyslawowo is a popular summer resort at the Baltic Sea coast, at the begining of Hel Penisula. This little town is very popular in Warsaw citizens, and also known as a Polish capital of kitsch due the lot of stalls, bars and colorful billboards.
Society Photographer David Bailey CBE today unveiled a Blue Plaque at his childhood home at 69 Wallwood Road, Leytonstone, London E11. David was born in this house in 1938 and lived there until the house suffered bomb damage in 1941.
An Arab Israeli man points to graffiti that reads in Hebrew "Arabs out" (L) and "assimilation" a negative reference to Jews and non-Jews mixing, scrawled on a wall of a house in the Arab Israeli town of Abu Ghosh, west of Jerusalem.
Two days before the Prime french minister come in Lyon to celebrate the memory of Jean Moulin, chief of Unified French Resistance, visit to the main memory places in Lyon. Here, Dr Dugoujon's house in Caluire and Montluc prison, recently pictured.
The former cinema "Maestoso" is now occupied by the collective "Ri-Make". The intention of the collective is to make it "a space, open and crossable, who does not want to have neither the owners nor customers, but projects".
Two days before the Prime french minister come in Lyon to celebrate the memory of Jean Moulin, chief of Unified French Resistance, visit to the main memory places in Lyon. Here, Montluc prison outside, recently pictured.
Kommunal, the Swedish Municipal Workers Union has turned down the mediators bid and demanded higher salaries, better working conditions – better breaks and more margins in traffic schedules, plus automatic rehiring when changing traffic operators.
At least 1 person has died, over 30 injured and 6,500 more evacuated, after a series of explosions were reported at military testing ground near Chapayevsk city, Samara. Credit: Daniel Ashihmin from Youtube.
The Courtauld Gallery opens a special summer display of the most important collection of works in the United Kingdom by the Post-Impressionist master Paul Gauguin (1848-1903), assembled by the pioneering collector Samuel Courtauld (1876-1947