In the leafy, expensive part of London, that is Kensington, Armenians from all over the UK gathered to join in the 2nd Armenian Street Festival in the grounds of St Sarkis Church on July 29th. The event was introduced in… Read More ›
A selection of some of the key images for 2011 from demonstrations, travel and events.
In December 2004, the New York based International Resource Centre blamed a six-year military conflict in Congo which was being fought over the country’s rich gold, diamond and mineral stores for 3.8 million deaths in Africa’s third-largest nation. The WarChild… Read More ›
There are not many occasions where the whole of the community can peacefully enjoy an event which is simply on a humanistic and national level. There is no reason for anyone to be excluded, it can appeal to rich and… Read More ›
Five months after the Coalition’s Comprehensive Spending Review, the student fees actions, and a plethora of minor cuts demos, came the much billed major one by the TUC. After the impact and opportunity of the violence transacted in the name… Read More ›