Members of the PAH (Mortgage Victim's Platform) and residents of the Lavapies district stopped the eviction of Carmen and her two sons. Evictions are common for unpaid mortgages during the Spanish economic crisis.
After a pause for one year, Art Athina 2013 was a major success with more than 30'000 visits, 12'000 more from 2011. Alex Kaniaris, representative of the organizer said that we can say that this is a restart for the biggest annual art event in Greece
Irish customs officers carry out a sweep of Dublin's Moore Street as the fight against illegal cigarette trading continues. Moore Street is a famous Irish street trading location that is also notorious for illegal trade in cigarettes.
A rally organized by the Democtaric Action Party was held last night at Padang Timur, Petaling Jaya. Among the most anticipated speakers were Nurul Izzah Anwar and Lim Kit Siang. Poet A Samad Said recited his new poem, Manusia Tanpa Lidah.
Police were called to a bank robbery in the early hours of thursday may 23rd. The perpetrators gained access to the back of the bank and then broke into the cash machine at the Birkdale branch in Santander. Forensic's were still at the scene at 5pm.
The 5th annual graffiti abatement summit was held at Montgomery Park in Portland with speeches by Portland Police Bureau graffiti investigators Matt Miller and Anthony Zanetti. Members of local business and the community attended.
Artists as felons protested outside the 5th annual graffiti abatement summit in Portland to create a visual spectacle against the criminalisation of aerosol art in public spaces and to call on the police to re-examine heavy handed policies.
Officers arrived at the scene of an 'artists as felons' protest against the criminalisation of public art. They were on scene over an alleged report of a break in at a nearby food cart, shortly after Pat Bell interrupted the summit indoors.
The Italian, Danilo Di Luca, 37, of Vini Fantini-Selle Italia team, failed an out-of-competition test before the race. He has already served a ban for testing positive for the blood-boosting drug Cera.
Maria van der Hoeven from IEA in the press conference in Ministry of Economics and Technology in Berlin says "further action is needed in Germany's energy transition is to maintain a balance between sustainability, affordability and competitiveness".
Graduation ceremony at the Feinberg Graduate School, the educational arm of The Weizmann Institute, founded in 1958 and charted as a higher education institute in the State of New York and accredited by the Israel Council for Higher Education.
Dee Why and Long Reef beaches were closed, and rescue helicopters called in after it was reported that a shark attacked a surfboard. Danny Sheather was in the water when he felt a hard bump allegedly leaving a large gash on the bottom of his board.
The New South Wales Government body Road and Maritime Services is currently rolling out new alphanumeric road names that the RMS claims will make navigating easier. This is the first time in 30 years that the road signs in NSW have been reviewed.
After one month, family members of lost loved ones remain crowded around the site where Rana Plaza used to stand. Loved ones of missing and dead victims as well as survivors gather to offer flowers on the barbed wire erected around the scene.
For the fifth night in a row there were riots with fires and vandalism at several places around Stockholm. Several Swedish cities have been subjected to vandalism and fires during the early hours of Friday.
Bollywood star Raj Babbar, his wife and his son Arya Babbar paid obeisance at Golden Temple on the release day of Arya's movie 'Jatts in Golmaal'. Raj Babbar is also expected to fight for Member of Parliament seat from Amritsar.
A Buddhist monk set himself on fire outside the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic in Kandy, protesting over the slaughter of cattle, police said. The monk was admitted to the Kandy Hospital with critical burn injuries.
Workers and policemen are preparing for the visit of China's Premier Li Keqiang in Switzerland's capital Bern by blocking the access to the Swiss federal parliament building with fences and barbed wire.
Bakarwal is a nomadic tribe based in Pir Panjal range of mountains. For 6 months of winter season these nomadic people migrate to warmer areas when the temperature in higher reaches of some areas in Kashmir falls below zero degrees.
London based worldwide renowed sculptor Anish Kapoor opens his exhibition in Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin. Anish Kaapo´s exhibition with about 70 works will provide a survey of the abstract poetic work from 1988 to present.
Metropolitan Police search a flat in Greenwich, SE London, where one of the murder suspects of the killing of an Armed Forces man apparently lived. Two men with alleged Islamic connections remain in hospital after police shot them shortly after.
Counter-terrorism officers and police forensics continue to search and remove items from a Greenwich flat in London. Neighbours confirmed that it was the flat of one of the attackers seen in the original Woolwich attack video.
Extreme-right groups, including "Hommen" protested against gay marriage and demanded the demission of President Hollande for his support of gay marriage, at the Sorbonne University. "Printemps français".
The Australian Defence League held a rally in Martin Place Sydney before marching the short distance to Minister for Foreign Affairs, Bob Carr’s offices. They were protesting about the murder of soldier Lee Rigby and other Muslim issues.
Lemnian secondary school teachers federation OLME organised an anti-violence and informative student activist protest event on Alexis Grigoropoulos shooting to raise awareness and question the facts at local society grounds. December 20, 2008.