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In Pictures: Colombia student protests

In Pictures: Colombia student protests | Photojournalism - Articles and videos | Scoop.it
Tens of thousands of Colombian students protest against government plans for educational reform, even though President Juan Manuel Santos has offered to withdraw the proposals.
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Pictures of the Day: England and Elsewhere

Pictures of the Day: England and Elsewhere | Photojournalism - Articles and videos | Scoop.it
Photographs from England, Chile, India and Thailand.
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Lookout in Alingar

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An Afghan National Army soldier provides security near a village in Alingar district, Nov. 3. The soldier surveys the landscape as his platoon leader briefed villagers about an operation that led to the capture of a mid-level Taliban leader and a weapons cache in the area. Photo by US Army Private First Class Matthew Wager, Combat Camera.


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In pictures: Somalis flee north after Kenyan incursion

In pictures: Somalis flee north after Kenyan incursion | Photojournalism - Articles and videos | Scoop.it
Photos from the Somali north-central town of Galkayo where thousands of Somalis have set up makeshift camps fleeing clan fighting and famine.
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Thailand flood reaches Bangkok

Thailand flood reaches Bangkok | Photojournalism - Articles and videos | Scoop.it
Flood waters inundating Thailand north of Bangkok since July have made the journey south and reached the capital. The disaster is responsible for 400 deaths in Thailand and neighboring Cambodia and Vietnam.
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World Population: 7 Billion

World Population:  7 Billion | Photojournalism - Articles and videos | Scoop.it
On October 31, 2011, the United Nations is expected to announce a projected world population figure of 7 billion. This global milestone presents both an opportunity and a challenge for the planet.
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Sukkot: A celebration

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Sukkot, or Feast of Tabernacles, is a Biblical holiday celebrated in late September to late October. The holiday lasts seven days. The Sukkah is a...
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Warning: Graphic Photo of Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi

Warning: Graphic Photo of Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi | Photojournalism - Articles and videos | Scoop.it
Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi is dead, according to the rebel coalition National Transition Council...
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Israeli soldier Gilad Schalit is returned home in exchange for some 1,000 Palestinian prisoners

Israeli soldier Gilad Schalit is returned home in exchange for some 1,000 Palestinian prisoners | Photojournalism - Articles and videos | Scoop.it
After being held captive by the Palestinian group Hamas for five years, Israeli soldier Gilad Schalit returned to his home in Mitzpe Hila, northern Israel.
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50 Photos That Brought the War Home

50 Photos That Brought the War Home | Photojournalism - Articles and videos | Scoop.it
For much of the 20th century, photography was the single most powerful method for conveying the horrors, triumphs, epic challenges, and small, daily struggles of warfare.
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The Hajj and Eid al-Adha

The Hajj and Eid al-Adha | Photojournalism - Articles and videos | Scoop.it
The Hajj pilgrimage draws millions of Muslims from around the world every year to Mecca, the birthplace of the Prophet Muhammad, Islam's holiest place.
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Julian Assange: Hero or Villain?

Julian Assange: Hero or Villain? | Photojournalism - Articles and videos | Scoop.it
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange -- the man behind the eye-opening release of countless secret files over the last few years, ranging from Church of Scientology manuals to documents outlining procedures at Guantanamo Bay to, most recently, some...
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The Turkey earthquake

The Turkey earthquake | Photojournalism - Articles and videos | Scoop.it
The effort to save any remaining earthquake victims continues around the clock in the eastern province of Van in Turkey after an earthquake reduced many of its buildings to rubble on Sunday, Oct. 23.
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