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· September, 2010

Stories about Photos from September, 2010

Jamaica: Tweetup #2

China: Blind people's footpath with Chinese character

Iran: The Art and Design of the ‘Green Movement’

“Where is my Vote” is an exhibition of 150 political posters for the Green Movement in Iran that was on display at the School of Visual Arts in New York...

Egypt: “The Inevitable Mubarak Photoshopping Contest”

In its coverage of the 2010 Peace Talks–the latest round of direct negotiations between leaders from Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Egypt, and the US, Al Ahram newspaper used Photoshop skills to...

Moldova: Gagauz Yeri Photos

D.R. of Congo: Okapi Radio, Winner of “Free Media Pioneer” Awards

The International Press Insitute (IPI) has granted Okapi Radio, the UN Radio in D.R. of Congo, with a "Free Media Pioneer" Award. The radio has been broadcasting since February 2002...

Japan: Relics of a US Army-Air Force base

Guatemala: Tuk Tuk Taxis Revolt in Antigua

Angola: Meet the Country Through its Windows

Haiti: A Reminder

Russia: Photos of Kolyma Highway/Road of Bones

China: The Shutting Down of Power Plant

Colombia: Virtual Gifts for Medellín on its 335 Birthday

On November 2 the city of Medellín will celebrate 335 years of its founding. The account @cumplemedellin was created on Twitter so that its citizens can tweet the symbolic present...

Russia: Vladikavkaz Market, Sept. 12

Mali: Women on Bikes

Nigeria: Images of Nigerian Feminist Funmilayo Kuti

Azerbaijan: Back Home

India: Kashmir Is Burning…Again

Violent protests in Indian administered Kashmir started today after a report of a Qur'an desecration in Michigan, USA emerged. At least 18 protesters have been killed and scores were injured....

Georgia: Crossing into Abkhazia

Japan, Korea: Traces Of Japan-Korea History Within The Zainichi Community

August 10th, 2010 will remain a historical date in the Japan-South Korea diplomatic relations as the Japanese Prime Minister apologized for past crimes during the Japanese occupation of Korea. Still,...

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