An activist wears bull horns during a protest against bull runs beside the bull ring a few days ahead to beginning the famous San Fermin Fiestas, in Pamplona northern Spain, Saturday, July 4, 2015. On July 6, the San Fermin festival will begin with the “txupinazo”, the opening ceremony with people participating in bull runs, music and dance, through the old street of the city. (Photo by Alvaro Barrientos/AP Photo)
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Thousands of Guatemalans climbed atop a volcano and staged a demonstration calling for an end to the surging domestic violence in their country.
Nearly 12,000 people, mostly youngsters, joined the event which was named the “walk for life” on top of Volcan de Agua or “Water Volcano”. The country’s new president, Otto Perez, also joined the campaigners. Perez descended on the peak of the mountain in a helicopter and presented a national flag to the protesters.
According to figures, nearly 700 women get killed each year in the country in cases of domestic violence. The 12,3800-feet peak, close to the city of Antigua, is inactive. It is situated nearly 45 miles southeast of Guatemala City.
People climb up the Volcan de Agua to participate in the Subida por la Vida event to campaign for peace, about 60 km from Guatemala City. (Reuters) Continue reading »
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