Hundreds of people came together at Odeons Platz in Munich to support on-going protests in Gezi Park in Istanbul, Turkey, where demonstrators are rallying over plans to convert the park into a new shopping mall.
Gioacchino Rossini's masterpiece, The Barber of Seville returns to the Teatro Municipal de Santiago, produced by Fabio Sparvoli, which since its release in Chile in 2008, was acclaimed by many theater-goers around the world.
Egypt's streets are abuzz as what is perceived as the country's unfinished revolution is slated by some to reignite on June 30th, 2013. Downtown Cairo is a living graffiti mural with political messages that are often white-washed, only to be redrawn.
In the remote trans-Himalayan region of Ladakh, Buddhist monks of Hemis Monastery celebrate the birthday of Guru Padmasambhava, who took Buddhism to Tibet, by performing masked dances enacting episodes from his life and the victory of good over evil.
An estimated three thousand Brazilian demonstrators gathered outside their embassy in Central London in solidarity with marchers in Rio, Brasilia and Sao Paulo who were demonstrating over rising transport costs and other pressing social issues.
Hundreds of Brazilians came out to show solidarity in London at Old Palace Yard as their home country Brazil experiences nationwide protests and frustration over heavy-handed policing, poor public services and the cost of hosting the 2014 World Cup.
The 22nd of June is Global Smurfs day, fans all over the world come together to celebrate the cartoon created by the Belgian artist Peyo (Pen name of Pierre Culliford) in 1958 on the day that marks his birthday. Image taken June 2012.
Hundreds of Brazilians came out to show solidarity in London at Old Palace Yard as their home country experiences nationwide protests to express their frustration at heavy-handed policing and poor public services.
Anti-war campaigners from Stop the War Coalition met at the US Embassy following President Obama's announcement that the USA will begin to officially arm the Syrian rebels and demanded the US and the UK keep their "Hands Off Syria".
Hundreds of people showed their solidarity with protesters in Sao Paulo and Rio over rising public transport costs and the expense of staging the 2014 World Cup. Brazil solidarity protests are spreading across the globe.
At the end of the legislative session in Albany, 2,000 opponents of fracking from Brooklyn to Buffalo arrived on buses in New York's Capitol to demand a ban on fracking. This was the largest anti-fracking rally in the country.
Hundreds of Brazilians came out to show solidarity in London at Old Palace Yard as their home country Brazil is experiencing nationwide protests to express their frustration at heavy-handed policing and poor and costly public services.
Rising public transport costs and the expense of staging the 2014 World Cup in Brazil sparks demonstrations across the world including the British capital. Hundreds of people show their solidarity with protesters in Sao Paulo and Rio.
Over the next two years the London Fire brigade faces the closure of 12 fire stations due to cuts of 45 million pounds imposed by Mayor Boris Johnson. Campaigners against the closures wanted their voices to be heard before decisions were made.
Mars Bazrafshan is currently on a hunger strike that he started on June 3rd against the "bullying tactics" he claims he as well as others experience from their employer, Canada Post. He was joined throughout the day by other postal workers.
Hundreds of thousands are protesting in Brazil, and in London thousands came out to do the same. The demonstrations were organized mostly to protest against increases in bus, train and metro tickets in Brazil.
Around 3,000 people gathered at London's Parliament Square to show some support to the protesters in Brazil. The demonstrations were organized mostly to protest against increases in bus, train and metro tickets in Brazil.
Hundreds of residents of the working-class neighborhood of Vallecas in Madrid, have protested against the closure of one of the health centers in their neighborhood. After the merger, the police have intervened to try to dissolve the people.
Over 2,000 Brazilians protested outside Parliament in London, in solidarity with demonstrations in Brazil where transport costs and 'frivolous government spending' on the World Cup and Olympics have angered the population.
At 19:00 started a protest against the closure of the medical center Federica Montseny and against the privatization of public health. The concentration marched through Vallecas along the lagoon, where there were moments of tension.
A concentration in defense of public health and in support of the 14 arrested yesterday, at the Federica Montseny in Vallecas, took place in Madrid. Some scuffles between protesters and police erupted.
A few thousand U.K. based Brazilians protested outside Westminster’s Parliament buildings in London to show solidarity sparked by the recent bus fare price increase, failing public services and the spiralling costs of the 2014 World Cup.
Activists and residents who will be affected by the so-called bedroom tax have lobbied the Southways Housing Trust in Manchester in an attempt to maintain pressure for the policy to be reversed by the government.
The theatre circus, Eoloh!, based on a fantasy story of a place struck by a tornado, will start the summer season in Madrid at the Nuevo Teatro Alcalá de Madrid. The circus includes 20 artists and more than 120 scenery pieces.
Beamish Georgians attended the 175th anniversary celebrations of the opening of the Newcastle to Carlisle railway line, the oldest coast-to-coast passenger line in the UK. The festivities were organised by the Tyne Valley Community Rail Partnership.
We are witnessing a crisis in Brazil. In several cities, people are going to the streets to campaign against the increase of public transportation costs in Brazil, which is allegedly very expensive and far from ideal.
At Berlin's Alexanderplatz near the famous world time clock some activists rally in silence to support the Turkish opposition and to honor the standing man on Istanbul's Taksim Square. Worldwide activists were called for such actions at nine o'clock.
A group of young Brazilians held a small demonstration in solidarity with protests in Brasil against the government that has allegedly increased the costs of transport and spent too much money on the 2014 FIFA World Cup.