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North Korea in Black and White 016
By Ulrik Pedersen
05 Jun 2014

across Pyongyang people are waiting for busses either due to low number of busses or bad planning . Pyongyang, North Korea.

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Guard jokes with voters as they prepa...
Nairobi, Kenya
By tipilakota
04 Mar 2013

Guard jokes with voters at the Westlands Primary polling station as they prepare to cast their vote in the 4 March 2013 Kenyan election

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Voters waiting for the polling statio...
Nairobi, Kenya
By fahruq
04 Mar 2013

Voters queued in an orderly and calm fashion from 4am outside Uhuru Gardens Primary School, Langata, Nairobi

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Polytechnic Day Protest 17/11 | Athen...
Athens, Greece
By VeriasA
18 Nov 2012

Annual march in Greece marking the fall of the military dictatorship which lasted from 1967-1974

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Spanish crisis (3 of 20)
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
26 Oct 2012

Queue for food,.
Barcelona, Spain. Each day about 20 people go to the center Vincentian and they do queue for a meal. In Spain is increasing the hunger and scenes like this are very common. Unemployment in Spain has come first in democracy to 25%, the economic crisis is generating growing protests over hunger. In 2011 be fed nearly a million with hungry Spanish, more than double that in 2007.

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Libyan refugees arriving in th eport ...
Taranto, south Italy
By Giuseppe Carucci Lightouch International.Inc
01 Apr 2011

The fighting between rebels and forces loyal to former Coronel Muammar Ghaddafi, forced thousands of refugees to flee Libya’s civil conflict by boat to Europe, and especially to Italy. In the southern city of Taranto, in the region of Puglia, the daily arrival of thousands of refugees coming illegally from Libya, placed the refugee issue as a primary concern for the italian Prime Minister of Italy, Senator Mario Monti. The picture shows a Libyan refugee emerging from the cruise ship in the port of Taranto.

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Libyan refugees arriving in the port ...
Taranto, Italy
By Giuseppe Carucci Lightouch International.Inc
01 Apr 2011

The fighting between rebels and forces loyal to former Coronel Muammar Ghaddafi, forced thousands of refugees to flee Libya’s civil conflict by boat to Europe, and especially to Italy. In the southern city of Taranto, in the region of Puglia, the daily arrival of thousands of refugees coming illegally from Libya, placed the refugee issue as a primary concern for the italian Prime Minister of Italy, Senator Mario Monti. The picture shows a Libyan refugee emerging from the cruise ship in the port of Taranto.