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TALPAPRIL2017-32
London
By Tom Price
23 Mar 2017

Still photography selection from various assignments and projects.

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London
By Tom Price
23 Mar 2017

Still photography selection from various assignments and projects.

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London
By Tom Price
22 Mar 2017

Still photography selection from various assignments and projects.

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Amot Ogol
London
By Tom Price
20 Mar 2017

Amot, 19, travelled to Juba by walking barefoot ANDREW HAS STORY ON TAPE

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London
By Tom Price
18 Mar 2017

Still photography selection from various assignments and projects.

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Relief Operations in Laguna
Laguna, Philippines
By Serene Yordi
21 Aug 2013

Office of Vice President Jejomar Binay together with the volunteers from Project Michelangelo Foundation distributed packed meals to victims of flooding in Binan and San Pedro, Laguna, Philippines on August 21, 2012.

Because of Typhoon Trami and southwest monsoons, there are a lot of families living in evacuation centers.

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Relief operations in Laguna (3 of 9)
Binan, Laguna
By Sherbien Dacalanio
21 Aug 2013

Evacuees temporarily nestling at Binan Elementary School waits for relief goods.

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Relief operations in Laguna (4 of 9)
Binan, Laguna
By Sherbien Dacalanio
21 Aug 2013

Children evacuees at Binan Elementary School waits for relief to feed their hungry stomachs after Typhoon Trani had devastated them.

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New York Blackout Continues (6 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
02 Nov 2012

The dark apartment blocks of Manhattan’s Stuyvessant Town neighborhood are faintly lit by passing traffic on the adjacent FDR drive. Pedestrians pass each other on the streets with wariness with often the only sources of light sirens and cell phones.

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New York Blackout Continues (9 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
02 Nov 2012

A policeman directs otherwise anarchic traffic on First Avenue and 20th Street as stop lights sit dark for miles. Pedestrians cross at great risk as grid workers struggle to try and restore power to huge swaths of the city.

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New York Blackout Continues (3 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
01 Nov 2012

A Con-Edison power worker on First Avenue between 20th and 21st Streets in Peter Cooper Village, Manhattan, works to restore electricity as the blackout caused by Hurricane Sandy grinds on.

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New York Blackout Continues (2 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
01 Nov 2012

A beige National Guard vehicle pulls away from a makeshift food distribution center on the corner of Houston and Pitt Streets on the Lower East Side. Guardsmen were being tasked with distributing meals en masse is disaster-affected areas of the city.

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Lebanese Social Affairs Minister Says...
Tripoli, Lebanon
By Video Cairo Sat
05 Apr 2012

Beirut, Tripoli, Lebanon | April 4 and 5, 2012

Lebanese Minister of Social Affairs Wael Abu Faour announced Wednesday, April 4, that there are 15,500 Syrian refugees in Lebanon according to the registered numbers at Lebanon's Supreme Commission for Relief and the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR).

Abu Faour stated that the number changes on weekly bases depends on security conditions in Syria, stressing that the issue of Syrian refugees in Lebanon is only a humanitarian issue, not political.

He has earlier requested the Cabinet approval of financial support to the Social Affairs Ministry to develop its centers at some areas of the Syrian refugees.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) - Minister of Social Affairs Wael Abu Faour:
"The Ministry of Social Affairs does the greatest part of the effort because the Supreme Commission for Relief has neither employees nor centers. The commission has only the fund and the security, but the main effort is done by the Ministry of Social Affairs. All we requested is to enhance the social affairs centers at the areas of Akkar and the northern bordering areas with some capabilities for both the employees and the centers, especially that some centers has recently been subjected to damages and attacks."

On the other hand, Lebanon's charitable institutions, particularly the Zakat (Charity) House which initiated a project for the relief of Syrian refugees, compete with time to improve the deteriorating conditions of the Syrian displaced families in Lebanon.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Employee at the Syrian Refugees Relief Project, Lebanon Zakat House:
"Today, with the instructions of the Zakat House Chairman, we provide a number of material aids to the refugee brothers and sisters who are registered with us. They exceed 700 families."

The Syrians fleeing from the turmoil in their country through their borders with Lebanon is gradually increasing since the uprising started mid-March 2011.

There are about 6,000 Syrian refugees at Al-Biqaa area eastern Lebanon, 1,000 in Beirut and 8,500 at the northern area.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 4 & 5, 2012
Shooting Location: Beirut and Tripoli, Lebanon
Publishing Time: April 5, 2012
Length: 0:02:21
Video Size: 116 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS

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1- Various shots of the meeting of Lebanese Minister of Interior, Minister of Social Affairs, Home Security General Director and other Lebanese officials
2- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) - Minister of Social Affairs Wael Abu Faour:
"The Ministry of Social Affairs does the greatest part of the effort because the Supreme Commission for Relief has neither employees nor centers. The commission has only the fund and the security, but the main effort is done by the Ministry of Social Affairs. All we requested is to enhance the social affairs centers at the areas of Akkar and the northern bordering areas with some capabilities for both the employees and the centers, especially that some centers has recently been subjected to damages and attacks." 3- Various shots of Zakat (Charity) House in Lebanon, the project of relieving Syrian refugees
4- Various shots of women at the Zakat House with bags of clothes to be provided for Syrian refugees
5- Close up, a man carrying a little child
6- Various shots of Syrian women at the counter receiving bags of clothes
7- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Employee at the Syrian Refugees Relief Project, Lebanon Zakat House:
"Today, with the instructions of the Zakat House Chairman, we provide a number of material aids to the refugee brothers and sisters who are registered with us. They exceed 700 families." 8- Medium shot, a banner on the wall reading " Zakat House, Lebanon, Syrian Refugees Relief Project
9- Various shots of folded clothes prepared to be provided for Syrian refugees
10- Various shots of Syrian refugees at Lebanese northern borders with Syria
11- Various shots of Syrian refugee families including men, women and children living at impoverished places at the borders
12- Various shots of a Syrian family in Lebanon at their place provided to them by charitable institutions
13- Various shots inside one of the homes provided for a Syrian family and a poor kitchen can be seen
14- Various wide shots of the Lebanese – Syrian borders
15- Wide shot, a truck full of refugees crossing the borders
16- Various shots of tents and temporary places of Syrian refugees in Lebanon at the borders
17- Wide shot, a tank and some soldiers at the Lebanese side of the borders