Stories about Photos from December, 2007
photo.imagina posts a beautiful Flickr photo set of shots from Havana, Cuba.
Harinjaka posts photos from Zoma market in Antananarivo, Madagascar.
Laith posts pictures from Amman, Jordan, in this post.
In this article, I will carry on the subject from my last article in bringing you information on human rights in Taiwan. Top Ten News on Human Rights The Taiwan Association for Human Rights (TAHR) released their picks for “Top Ten News on Human Rights in 2007″ just before the...
If you're looking for Free Spirit she'll be down by the river…
Mohammad Tajik,blogger and photographer, has pusblished several photos of a poor musician in Tehran.It seems the musician is suffering from leprosy.
Kuwaiti firemen were out in full force – to rescue a cat. Read Mark‘s report with photographs here.
Bahraini blogger Ammar shares scenes from his country's national day celebrations in this photo post.
“The wonderful part of Trinidad and Tobago is that its people of all religious backgrounds celebrate the Christian holiday”: Theboookman explains.
From Kuwait, Fonzy has had a good morning – and here's the photograph as proof.
Algerian blogger Jilal (Ar/Fr) has achieved a life long dream and sat in a tent – not in the Middle East, but in Paris. Click here for photographs.
Now Is Wow creates some interesting effects with her camera, bamboo and natural light.
On International Human Rights Day, the dogfighting politics of the two major parties still occupied the front pages in Taiwan's mass media. The politicians consume the terms “democracy” and “freedom” for their own political odds while neglect basic rights of underprivileged communities. GVO Taiwan team would cover some important human...
Brazilian and international bloggers have been wishing a happy birthday to Oscar Niemeyer, the prized modernist architect who turns 100 today still very much alive, lucid, working and involved in many projects worldwide.
This week we have the pleasure to introduce to you the fifth of the first round grantees of the Rising Voices. 'Neigbourhood Diaries' is a citizen writing program moblising young people living in ’slums’ as citizen journalists to research, write and disseminate unrecognized and authentic community narratives in local and global media.
Gallimaufry posts some photos of a hike she took along Barbados’ east coast.
Yemeni blogger Omar Barsawad takes us to the historic town of Shibam, where the world's first skyscrapers were built in this photo post.
Thebookmann features a wall painting of Lion House in Trinidad, made famous by V.S. Naipaul's A House for Mr. Biswas.
KnowProSE.com discovers the importance of expiration dates…
Belize-y Livin’ discovers “a Belizean raccoon, commonly known as a quash“.
Back to Living in Paradise attends a primary school parade in honour of child awareness week.