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· September, 2007

Stories about Photography from September, 2007

Iran: Ahmadinejad's Speech at Columbia University

Iranian President,Mahmoud Ahmadineajd’s speech at Columbia University in New York and university president Lee C. Bollinger’s criticism and tough words during his introduction remarks on Monday 24 September have become...

Uganda: Bloggers respond to massive flooding

The top thing on many Ugandan bloggers' minds in the past two weeks has been the massive flooding across sub-Saharan Africa. The floods hit particularly hard in northern and eastern...

Japanese cameraman killed in Myanmar

During a demonstration on September 27, Japanese photojournalist Nagai Kenji was killed while reporting on the ongoing unrest in Myanmar. Initially, news reports were that Nagai had likely been struck...

Tanzania: Dar es Salaam photoblog

Visit the commercial city of Tanzania, Dar Es Salaam, through a Dar Es Salaam photoblog.

Egypt: Workers Strike Enters Fifth Day

Egyptian blogger Nora Younis posts a picture of the workers on strike in Cairo as their protest enters its fifth day here.

Syria: Scenes from North Aleppo

Hovic from Syria shares with us scenes from North Aleppo.

Iran:Lips

Kosoof,a leading photo blogger, has published his new photos.One of them is called “Lips”.

Hong Kong: Fire Dragon Dance

Jacky Szeto posts some great photos of fire dragon dance at Taihang in Hong Kong (zh). It is a traditional ceremony during mid-autumn festival in Hong Kong. The dragon will...

Moldova: Transnistria Photos

Scraps of Moscow links to a photo project devoted to Transnistria and writes about the problem of “passportization” of the Transnistrian population.

Egypt: Shhhsh..The Driver is Sleeping

Talasim, from Jordan, posts this picture, sent in by a contributor in Egypt.

Ramadaning in Kuwait

Ramadan, food and shopping were top priorities among Kuwaiti bloggers last week. Abdullatif AlOmar takes us on a tour of Kuwaiti blogs which include a shopping trip at a hypermarket...

Japan: Tokyo's Urban Ruins

Roy Berman at Mutant Frog Travelogue has posted a series of fascinating pictures of soon-to-be-demolished buildings in the backstreets of Shinbashi, Tokyo. Objects photographed include pots and pans, children's toy...

Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados: Cover Controversy?

Caribbean Beat Blog reports that the cover of its magazine's latest edition, which features “Barbadian singer Rihanna draped on a purple couch in a provocative pose, looking over her shoulder...

Arabeyes: Driving in Ramadhan

Staying up all night, sleep deprivation and lack of water, food and cigarettes from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan, the month of fasting, is having its toll on drivers -...

Hong Kong: Indecent Censorship Practice

ESWN translated a poll on a recent court case about Obscene Articles Tribunal's (OAT) classification on indecency. A majority of the interviewees said that OAT's classification are chaotic while The...

Lebanon: Ramadan Kareem

A bountiful and peaceful Ramadan to all from Lebanon. In this post Moussa Bashir takes us to the homes of Lebanese bloggers who break their fast with their families, showing...

Trinidad & Tobago: Moko Jumbies

Stefan Falke is thrilled that one of his photos of Trinidad's Moko Jumbies (Carnival characters on stilts) has been published in the New York Times.

Bahrain: 1980 Yearbook

Bahraini blogger Silveroo posts pictures from a 1980 yearbook for the Al Hedaya Al Khalifiya School in Bahrain.

Iran:Kish in 4 photos

Kosoof, a leading photo blogger,has published 4 great photos of Kish Island.

Morocco election photoblog lets voters talk politics with pictures

Millions of Moroccans headed to the polls today to take part in a political process many lament will only offer the Moroccan people more of the same. So if voters...

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