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· May, 2008

Stories about Photos from May, 2008

16 May 2008

Egypt: Torture for Bloggers and Activists

Egyptian bloggers, cyberactivists and activists on the ground continue to pay the price for speaking up against the rising cost of living and calling for higher wages and a better...

Bangladesh: Child Labour

India: Dr Binayak Sen and the Government

Zimbabwe: Taking your power back

15 May 2008

Russia: Roses and Migrant Workers

Russian photographer Oleg Klimov visited a commercial greenhouse outside Moscow and posted his observations about a birthplace of the roses one buys in Russia's capital.

Syria: Call to Release Jailed Relatives in Saudi Arabia

Jordan: Underwater Cemetery

Palestine: Expression of Nakba

Israel: Iranian Grad Missiles Hit Ashkelon Mall

Hours after President George W Bush arrived in Israel, Iranian Grad missiles penetrated the roof of an Ashkelon mall. Four people, including a mother and her toddler, were seriously wounded....

Hong Kong: Fishing Village Photos

11 May 2008

Russia: Victory Day

Victory Day was as much of an event in the Russian blogosphere as it was in the streets of Moscow and other Russian cities on May 9. Veronica Khokhlova reviews...

10 May 2008

Taiwan: April 26th 2008, a Usual Day and a Special Day

190 photographers all over Taiwan took their cameras and pressed the shutter for the photo blogging relay to make a 24-hr record of Taiwan. These photos and links are uploaded...