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· February, 2008

Stories about Photography from February, 2008

Armenia: Opposition Rally

Iran:No beautiful faces please

Jordan: Cairo Pictures

Kazakhstan: Gaisha Madanova – Winter Photos of Almaty

Kuwait: Traffic Jam

Bahrain: For sale?

In this post we look at some of things that Bahraini bloggers have been saying during the last month. We start with a complaint about the privatisation of utilities in...

Uruguay: File Sharing Site Raises Questions

What started as a photo sharing site is now a site attracting thousands of visitors hoping to download mp3 files from Uruguayan musical artists. In an interview, one of the...

Trinidad & Tobago: Making ‘Mas

Armenia: Rallies, Revolution & the Numbers Game

The Armenian Patchwork posts photographs from major rallies staged in Yerevan’s Liberty Square by two of the country’s nine candidates for the 19 February presidential election in Armenia. On Friday,...

Armenia: Political Posters

Macau: The Year of the Rat

Iran:Remember Faridani,a great photographer

Kazkahstan: Nostalgia-type Photos

Hong Kong: From Sex to Police Scandal

It has been 10 days that Edison Chen’s sex photos scandal occupied the front page of local newspapers (ESWN has summed up local newspapers report everyday.) The issue is not...

India: Eastern Promises and Bollywood

China: Bullhorn Moment

Morocco: The Whole “Kitten” Caboodle

Cats are abundant in Morocco. Overabundant, even. One of my favorite things about living there was photographing the street cats - of which there would often be groups of up...

Afghanistan: The Hazara, In Pictures

Pakistan: Where are these clock towers?

Colombia: United in a March Against the FARC

For the first time in Colombia´s history, an initiative which began on the internet managed to become a massive, worldwide event in just one month. The February 4th demonstration against...

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