Demonstrators have stormed official buildings in the two main cities of Brazil, in the third week of riots which are now the country's largest wave of protests in 20 years. As many as 200,000 demonstrators were thought to have joined the protests.
A protest over bus fare hikes that attracted more than 100,000 people to the city center ended in clashes with police and vandalism in front of the Legislative Assembly building of the state of Rio de Janeiro.
The one year anniversary of Julian Assange seeking asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London saw supporters and press gathered outside hoping to catch a glimpse of his meeting with the Ecuadorian Foreign Minister.
An historical parade with Italian flag wavers and musicians took place at the ancient Pallio of Carpineto Romano, Carpineto Romano is a comune in the Province of Rome in the Italian region of Lazio, located about 60 km southeast of Rome.
Iranian demonstrators protested outside 10 Downing Street, London, after the Camp Liberty refugee camp in Iraq, which houses many Iranian dissidents, was targeted by rocket attacks reported to have resulted in two casualties and dozens of injuries.
The Victorian era neighborhood of Woodfield Street held its third annual street fair, featuring music, games, horse and wagon tours where riders received a history of the community and the homes in it.
A demonstration took place against rising fuel prices in Medan, North Sumatra. Protesters gathered outside the offices of Pertamina, an Indonesian state-owned oil and natural gas corporation. Simultaneous protests were reported in areas of the city.
The civil trial against the occupants (More than 300) of the Industrial building on Puigcerdà Street, at the district of Poblenou in Barcelona, goes into sentencing. The defense has argued that human rights are above property rights.
The Sierra Madre Occidental occupies a sixth part of Mexico. People, mainly of ethnic Wixarika (Huichol) of surrounding communities generally use trucks to pick up food and travel from one community to another.
The Color Run is an international event that gathers people to run "the 5 happiest kilometers of your life". In this edition, the event counted with 12 thousand competitors at Braga, making every corner of the streets full of colour and smiles.
On the night of June 14 into the early morning of June 15, 2008, mortar fire and an exchange of gunfire were reported between South Ossetian and Georgian forces. South Ossetia reported that mortar fire was launched from Georgian-controlled villages.
Femen protested against Lukashenko who is visiting Kiev. They burned torches at midnight and tried to break through the security to the place where Lukashenko is staying. They chanted "Fuck Dictator", "Last Dictator of Europe".
Grameen UNIQLO kicked-off business in Dhaka this week. UNIQLO is a Japanese casual wear designer, manufacturer and retailer. The company, originally a division of Fast Retailing Co., Ltd., has been a wholly owned subsidiary since November 2005.
Egyptian rock band Egoz launched their 'Songs from the Temple' concert tour on Sunday at Cairo's El Sawy Culture Wheel. The tour promotes the band's debut album, Temple of Small Things, released in April.
Greece’s Supreme Administration court ruled that ERT must reopen until the procedures for the new public broadcaster conclude. The ERT signal will return on TV screens as of tomorrow morning. A rally in front of the ERT3 building took place.
A protest by itinerant workers took place against the order of the mayor Leoluca Orlando prohibiting itinerant trade. A group of actors came out in Palermo, masquerading as members of the Northern League Party, "in solidarity" with migrants in march.
The World Premiere of Man of Steel in Spain takes place at Capitol Theatre of Madrid. The actors Henry Cavill and Russell Crowe, the director Zack Snyder and the producers Charles Roven and Deborah Snyder walked the red carpet.
SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras addressed a massive crowd gathered at Syntagma Square, Athens to commemorate last year's election triumph in which the party became the second largest in the Greek Parliament.
The foreign minister of Ecuador Ricardo Patino arrives in Britain for talks with William Hague over the future of WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, who has been confined to the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for almost a year.