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Nattali Rize
Bersenbrück
By Ralf Falbe
30 Jul 2016

Top Act Nattali Rize (Australia) performes at the Reggae Jam Festival in Bersenbrück, Germany.

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A coach and mother of paralympian Ram...
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
16 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016 together with her mother and coach Algina Vilcinskiene.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
16 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
16 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
16 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
16 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
15 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
15 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
15 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
15 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
15 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016 together with her mother and coach Algina Vilcinskiene.

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A coach and mother of paralympian Ram...
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
15 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016 together with her mother and coach Algina Vilcinskiene.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
15 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
12 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
12 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
12 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
11 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
11 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene
Klaipeda
By Berta Tilmantaite
11 Jul 2016

Paralympian Ramune Adomaitiene is preparing for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016.

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Kathmandu's Female Rickshaw Driver
Kathmandu
By vincenzo floramo
10 Mar 2016

"Driving it is all about confidence. Without that it is almost impossible” says Brinda, a 47 year old Nepali, and an electric powered 'Tempo' driver (rickshaw is usually called 'Tempo' in Nepal). Introduced in Nepal in the early 1990s, the electric three-wheel rickshaw is a clean alternative solution to the high polluting diesel powered tempo.
These small vehicles operate as a collective minibus, which can transport up to 12 passengers including the driver. Each tempo uses two big sets of batteries that provide Brinda with enough power for eight round trips on her 16 km circle route from Kathmandu Mall to Galfutar, a nearby town in the Kathmandu valley.
Brinda is a successful mother and business woman, working for almost 14 hours a day from 5.30 am to 7 pm. She manages to have a daily income of 30 USD. Out of that she has to pay expenses for battery recharges, drivers labor union organization fees and parking fees, a total of 7 USD per day.

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Scooter Rider
Siquijor Island
By Ralf Falbe
03 Mar 2016

PHILIPPINES, SIQUIJOR ISLAND, 03.03.2016: Sun protection on a scooter.

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Close encounter with a Moscow squirre...
Moscow
By Igor Grishin
22 Aug 2015

A woman photographing a squirrel, who seems completely oblivious to the outside world, in Moscow's Gorky Park Aug. 22, 2015.

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Asylum Seekers in Spain 51
Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
16 Jun 2015

Gilda Arnez (center), 46, from Bolivia, visits Leonor (left) and her partner Nixon at her house in Barcelona, Spain. Leonor, a 67-year-old woman, used to be taken care by Gilda few years ago.
Gilda Arnez migrated to Barcelona for economical reasons in 2004. She left three children back in Bolivia and wanted to improve their future while working in Europe and sending them money. However, life in Spain has not been so good as she expected and she has been working in many small jobs, mostly taking care of old and disabled people. Now that she has legal residency in Spain, she would like to bring her children.

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Asylum Seekers in Spain 29
Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

10-year-old Anatoliy Eliseev, from Uzbekistan, does his homework, while his mother Nina does the laundry at home in Barcelona, Spain.
Nina Eliseeva, 33, arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by her ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing the scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, and her son Anatoliy, 10, are leaving their home, in Barcelona, Spain.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, with her son Anatoliy, 10, walk around their neighborhood, in Barcelona, Spain.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, travels by subway in Barcelona, Spain.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, does her shopping in a supermarket in Barcelona, Spain.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Asylum Seekers in Spain 34
Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, enters to a Metro station after doing her shopping in a supermarket in Barcelona, Spain.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Asylum Seekers in Spain 35
Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, travels by subway in Barcelona, Spain, after doing her shopping.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Asylum Seekers in Spain 36
Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, travels by subway in Barcelona, Spain, after doing her shopping.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Asylum Seekers in Spain 37
Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, arrives at home in Barcelona, Spain, with her shopping.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Asylum Seekers in Spain 39
Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, arrives at home in Barcelona, Spain, with her shopping.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, does her laundry at home in Barcelona, Spain.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by her ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Asylum Seekers in Spain 41
Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, walks in Barcelona city center, Spain.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by her ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Asylum Seekers in Spain 38
Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, and her son Anatoliy, 10, wait to start a music concert in Centre Civic Drassanes, in Barcelona, Spain.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, and her son Anatoliy, 10, wait for the start of a music concert in Centre Civic Drassanes, in Barcelona, Spain.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Asylum Seekers in Spain 43
Barcelona, Spain
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
05 Jun 2015

Nina Eliseeva, 33, from Uzbekistan, meets her brother Ivan at his bar in Barcelona, Spain.
Nina Eliseeva arrived in Barcelona in November 2013, after suffering many years of harassment by his ex-husband back home. She is Catholic and her husband's family is Muslim and repudiated her for not wearing scarf and not practicing Islam. She took her son Anatoliy and migrated to Barcelona, where her brother Ivan was living. After nearly two years, she finally obtained asylum status and got a job as a shopkeeper. She wants to remain in Barcelona and reunite with her parents.

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Dead Sea Mud Pack
Dead Sea
By Ralf Falbe
11 May 2015

Female tourist with mud pack on her face at the Dead Sea, Israel.

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Desert Waterfall
Dead Sea
By Ralf Falbe
10 May 2015

Israeli woman enjoy a cold shower in a waterfall in the desert by the Dead Sea, Israel.