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· August, 2011

Stories about Photography from August, 2011

Vietnam War Photos

South Korea: Journalist Taking Pictures of Women Without Consent

China: Photography project on “Family Possessions”

Costa Rica: Slut Walk Reactions, Religion and Women's Rights

Last Sunday 14 August, 2011, the Costa Rican Slut Walk took place in the capital city of San Jose causing both a media and religious backlash due to allegedly violent...

Lebanon: Thousands of Old Photos of Lebanon

Missing Dutchman Returns Home after Detention in North Korea

Bangladesh: Celebrating The Monsoon

Russia: A Psycho-Neurological Patient's Photo Stories

Pasha Kyshtymov, a lifelong psycho-neurological patient in Siberia, cannot communicate through speech, but had no problems learning to express himself through photography. On his blog, the Russian photographer Oleg Klimov...

Lebanon: Cellphone Cameras for Crowd-Sourcing

World: Share Your Life With the World on 11-11-11

What will you be doing on November 11, 2011? Share it with the rest of the world through 11Eleven Project and help achieve the United Nations Millennium Development Goals!

China: Discount train ticket for the disabled

Puerto Rico: Old San Juan in Photos

Russia: “Stolen Dreams”

Azerbaijan: Refugee problem

Russia: Police violence towards journalists and bloggers

Portugal: Lusophone Communities “Have a Look” at the Center of Porto

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