The band Jafumega gets back to stage 28 years after they have stopped playing together. The Oporto Coliseum was the first to receive this concert, of one of the most important bands of Portuguese music.
My Darkest Days is a Canadian rock band based in Toronto, consisting of lead singer Matt Walst, bassist Brendan McMillan, drummer Doug Oliver, and keyboardist Reid Henry.  They were discovered by Chad Kroeger of Nickelback.
The Trews are a Canadian hard rock band from Antigonish, Nova Scotia, consisting of vocalist Colin MacDonald, guitarist John-Angus MacDonald, bassist Jack Syperek, and drummer Sean Dalton. The band is currently based in Toronto, Ontario.
Scooters riders gather in London's famous Carnaby Street for the start of the Buckingham Palace Ride-Out organised by the Bar Italia Scooter Club and the New Untouchables. In fine weather hundreds of scooters took part in the annual event.
U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines Harry Thomas lead the Memorial Day Ceremony at Manila American Cemetery and Memorial in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig. American and Filipino soldiers fought side by side against the Japanese Imperial Army in World War II.
Spectators were stunned and sadden when they heard the jury in the Jody Arias murder could not reach a verdict in the penalty phase of the trial. Arias, 32, was convicted of the brutal 2008 murder of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander.
Ladakhi Buddhists young and old, joyously parade through the streets of Leh in celebration of the 2,557th birth and mahanirvana (Liberation) of Lord Buddha who is still deeply venerated in this remote Trans-Himalayan region of India.
Hundreds of London activists protested as part of a worldwide day of action in 52 countries against global biotech corporation Monsanto, which is responsible for forcing many genetically modified foodstuffs into the human and livestock food chain.
Political groups, social and trade union together with hundreds of people who were traveling with their families, began arriving in Plaza de Mayo. The only speaker at the event was President Cristina Fernandez.
A man paint the mask of Chau A masks of Charida village (Bagmundi Block) of Purulia used in Chau dance are internationally famous. About 250 artisans of Charida are involved in this craft. A full sized decorated mask costs around Rs 3000-Rs 3500. The
Riders of Respect deliver a tribute to fallen soldier Lee Rigby in an emotional tribute, which included a floral wreath and a spoken tribute from Julia Stephenson and a fellow biker at Woolwich Barracks.
People gathered in Syntagma square, Athens to participate in the worldwide day of action against Monsanto, which manufactures genetically modified crops ignoring potential negative effects on the environment and human health.
Considered one of the best beaches in the world for kite surfing, Dollymount Strand transformed into a veritable water wonderland when the globe’s best kitesurfers descended on the beach to showcase their spectacular skills and gravity.
A huge crowd turned out for the International March Against Monsanto, in St. Paul, Minnesota, on the state capital grounds. The chilly weather and constant threat of rain didn't hamper the enthusiasm as people marched to protest Monsanto.
About 300 protesters gathered at the Oklahoma State Capitol as speakers called for labeling of GMO foods. Signs also warned of Monsanto's pesticides, and its requirement that farmers purchase each new year's seed from the corporation.