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Dervishes of Prizren 41
Prizren, Kosovo
By Michele Pero
18 Apr 2009

Prizren, Kosovo. Rufaì sekt. Fakir dervishes celebrating the Newroz (Nevruz), the beginning of the new year with fakirism rituals. A dervish with his huge pin self-piercing. He put the pin against his flank, then throw himself to the ground onto the pin, so it goes deep inside of his body. The pin is a symbol of courage and the piercing demonstrated that the dervishes are brave.

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Dervishes of Prizren 49
Prizren, Kosovo
By Michele Pero
18 Apr 2009

Prizren, Kosovo. Rufaì sekt. Fakir dervishes celebrating the Newroz (Nevruz), the beginning of the new year with fakirism rituals. Dervishes dancing and singing deep songs, to get the trance phase. They swing back and forth, while a deep sound comes from their throats. This repeated movement, togehter with the emotional songs, are able to turn them into a trance status.

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Dervishes of Prizren 51
Prizren, Kosovo
By Michele Pero
18 Apr 2009

Prizren, Kosovo. Rufaì sekt. Fakir dervishes celebrating the Newroz (Nevruz), the beginning of the new year with fakirism rituals. Dervishes dancing and singing deep songs, to get the trance phase. They swing back and forth while a deep sound comes from their throats. This repeated movement, togehter with the emotional songs, are able to turn them into a trance status.

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Faces of Somalia 03
Badoia, Somalia
By Noe Falk Nielsen
14 Apr 2009

School girl looking out of the window of a school in Jowhar, Somalia

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The Killing of Channu Mandavi
Dantewada, India
By Javed Iqbal
13 Apr 2009

19 year old Channu Mandavi, a Muria tribal, was gunned down by the police as an alleged left-wing extremist on the 12th of April, 2009.

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Worldwide
By Michal Novotný
10 Apr 2009

"When I was growing up in Communist Czechoslovakia, teachers told me there is no God and that religion is the opium of the people. Many years later I embarked on a personal journey : to observe people who believe in gods, and maybe, at the end of the journey, to find God."

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Worldwide
By Michal Novotný
25 Mar 2009

"When I was growing up in Communist Czechoslovakia, teachers told me there is no God and that religion is the opium of the people. Many years later I embarked on a personal journey : to observe people who believe in gods, and maybe, at the end of the journey, to find God."

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Shanty Town in Casablanca Suburbs in ...
Casablanca
By Martin Jay
03 Mar 2009

Footage of a Moroccan shanty town in the suburbs of Casablanca in 2009.

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The Marrakesh Hotel in 2009
Marrakesh
By Martin Jay
01 Mar 2009

Footage shows the famous Marrakesh Hotel in the city of Marrakesh, Morocco, in 2009.

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Moroccan Foreign Affairs Minister Tai...
Rabat
By Martin Jay
03 Feb 2009

Interview with Taieb Fassi Fihri, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Morocco from 2007 to 2012. He has subsequently served as adviser to King Mohammed VI on foreign affairs.

*Interview in French

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معركة خناصر في ريف حلب
syria alepoo
By Idleb Press
02 Feb 2009

معركة تحرير نقطة الدفاع الجوي خناصر في ريف حلب من سيطرة النام السوري 2012 و هذا المقطع لعناصر من كتائب أحرار الشمال أثناء معركة .

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Worldwide
By Michal Novotný
08 Jan 2009

"When I was growing up in Communist Czechoslovakia, teachers told me there is no God and that religion is the opium of the people. Many years later I embarked on a personal journey : to observe people who believe in gods, and maybe, at the end of the journey, to find God."

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Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
07 Jan 2009

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Little man holding the fake rocket
Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
07 Jan 2009

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Among fake rockets
Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
02 Jan 2009

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Egyptians vote for a new president 06
By Amir Nabil
01 Jan 2009

A happy voter holding the Egyptian flag shows his finger marked with red ink after voting

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On Fire
Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
01 Jan 2009

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Egyptians vote for a new president 01
By Amir Nabil
01 Jan 2009

A young boy poses with an Egyptian Army officer outside a polling station in Giza Province

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Someone little
Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
01 Jan 2009

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Landscape Of A Refugee Camp
Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
01 Jan 2009

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Egyptians vote for a new president 14
By Amir Nabil
01 Jan 2009

An elderly voter takes a close look at his ballot in a polling station in Cairo

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Housing in Havana 24
Havana, Cuba
By Alison McCauley
31 Dec 2008

A man smoking a cigar is standing next to a building that has completely collapsed. The building next door is still standing and people continue to live and work there.

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A smile
Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
31 Dec 2008

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Silent speak-out
Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
31 Dec 2008

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Hopelessly against the Gaza war
Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
31 Dec 2008

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Victory sign
Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
31 Dec 2008

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Silent speak-out II
Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
31 Dec 2008

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Kids against the war
Burj al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Dominika Plonska
31 Dec 2008

Palestinians living in Burj al Barajneh, a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, organized a protest against the Israeli military attacks on Gaza during the winter of 2008-2009. The demonstration turned into a hopeless, silent march, with the company of only a few television cameras and their voices were barely heard.

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Third Day of Voting in The Egyptian P...
By Amir Nabil
26 Dec 2008

An old voter dropping his voting ballot in the ballot box.

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Worldwide
By Michal Novotný
17 Dec 2008

"When I was growing up in Communist Czechoslovakia, teachers told me there is no God and that religion is the opium of the people. Many years later I embarked on a personal journey : to observe people who believe in gods, and maybe, at the end of the journey, to find God."

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Somali Women in Little Mogadishu, USA 2
Minneapolis, United States of America
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
15 Dec 2008

Somali women in Minneapolis, Somalia's largest diaspora in the Western world, hold the destiny of an entire community abroad, badly bruised by more than 20 years of civil war, in their hands. They realize that America offers them opportunities they would never dream of in their own country. And while they are taking advantage of what America has to offer, Somali women are also determined to preserve their African and Muslim identity while raising their children. Successful, hard-working, they are three times more likely than their male counterparts to study in Minnesota, the northern U.S. state that is home to the largest Somali diaspora in the western world. Yet this success is coupled with an unexpected challenge: how to find a Somali husband when you’re so qualified. The problem is so acute that some of these female refugees have no choice but to return to Africa to track down a man.

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Afghan Police Patrol Streets in Kabul...
Kabul
By Martin Jay
12 Dec 2008

Footage showing British and German police officers from the European Union Police Mission in Afghanistan (EUPOL) training the Afghan police who patrol and conduct vehicle searching in the streets of Kabul in 2008.

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Demonstration in the central bank of ...
Reykjavik
By Brynjar Gunnarsson
01 Dec 2008

Around 150 people stormed the Central Bank of Iceland today (1. December 2008). The demonstrators broke into the lobby of the Central Bank demanding to meet with David Oddsson governor of the bank, and former PM of Iceland. They also demanded that he along with the government would resign. The police in large numbers faced the protestors for around 90 minutes. It wasn't until one of the protestors suggested, since the governor wasn't longer in the building, that the police would leave and then the protestors would also go. Before that the police had announced that the demonstration was against the law and they would clear out the lobby with teargas if that was what it would take.