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· August, 2011

Stories about Photos from August, 2011

11 August 2011

Russia: A Psycho-Neurological Patient's Photo Stories

RuNet Echo

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...

Ecuador: Newspapers Protest With Covers ‘For Freedom of Expression’

Chile: International Support for Students Seeking Education Reforms

8 August 2011

Mexico's ‘Train of Death’

Thousands of Central American migrants risk their lives to hop on top of moving freight trains going from southern Mexico to northern destinations along the US border. A new documentary...

6 August 2011

Spain: Journalist Arrested and Demonstrations Restricted

The Spanish protest movement that took thousands to the streets to demand a more democratic system has reached a new stage. The authorities have decided not to allow any more...

Japan: Photo Report for Yokohama Triennale 2011

5 August 2011

South Korea: Extremist Grandpas Attack Labor Activists

The Korea Parents Federation, an extreme right-wing group made up exclusively of elderly Korean men has been involved in clashes with protestors demonstrating against massive layoffs in Busan, South Korea's...

Azerbaijan: Refugee problem

1 August 2011

Puerto Rico: “The Point Is” to Cross Borders and Facilitate Dialogue

The online publication "El punto es…" [The pint is...] was created by a group of Puerto Ricans who were fed up with having limited access to information regarding what was...