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Cyclone Yuva.
Karachi
By Syed Yasir Iqbal Kazmi
09 Jun 2019

Police Constables on horses alerting public coming on sea view beach for fun because of Cyclone Yuva alerts, Photo by Yasir Kazmi, Sea View Beach, Karachi, Pakistan.
The hot weather conditions prevailing in the city of Karachi might lose or increase their intensity depending on whether the system developing in the Arabian Sea turns into a cyclone, Cyclone Vayu is likely to intensify further into a severe cyclonic storm during the next 24 hours, an alert issued by Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD).

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Cyclone Yuva.
Karachi
By Syed Yasir Iqbal Kazmi
09 Jun 2019

Public enjoying camel ride and watching beautiful clouds formation because of Cyclone Yuva 1100 km away from the sea lines of Karachi, Photo by Yasir Kazmi, Sea View Beach, Karachi, Pakistan.
The hot weather conditions prevailing in the city of Karachi might lose or increase their intensity depending on whether the system developing in the Arabian Sea turns into a cyclone, Cyclone Vayu is likely to intensify further into a severe cyclonic storm during the next 24 hours, an alert issued by Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD).

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Cyclone Yuva.
Karachi
By Syed Yasir Iqbal Kazmi
09 Jun 2019

Police Constable on Horse stopping motorcyclist at sea view beach and alerting them about cyclone Yuva , Photo by Yasir Kazmi, Sea View Beach, Karachi, Pakistan.
The hot weather conditions prevailing in the city of Karachi might lose or increase their intensity depending on whether the system developing in the Arabian Sea turns into a cyclone, Cyclone Vayu is likely to intensify further into a severe cyclonic storm during the next 24 hours, an alert issued by Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD).

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Cyclone Yuva.
Karachi
By Syed Yasir Iqbal Kazmi
09 Jun 2019

Beautiful clouds formation because of Cyclone Yuva 1100 km away from the coastal area of Karachi, Photo by Yasir Kazmi, Sea View Beach, Karachi, Pakistan.
The hot weather conditions prevailing in the city of Karachi might lose or increase their intensity depending on whether the system developing in the Arabian Sea turns into a cyclone, Cyclone Vayu is likely to intensify further into a severe cyclonic storm during the next 24 hours, an alert issued by Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD).

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YPG and FSA Fighters on the Outskirts...
Tal Abiyad, Syria
By hosheen issa
15 Jun 2015

Kurdish Army and Free Syrian Army fighters gather on the outskirts of Tal Abiyad while the battle to wrestle the frontier town from ISIS remains underway. The offensive launched by the fighting groups was eventually successful with anti-ISIS forces taking full control of the town. 

Tal Abiyad was a strategic conduit for supplies going to the Islamic State Group's self-declared capital of Raqqa. By capturing the town, YPG and FSA forces dealt a strategic blow to ISIS' hold on northereastern Syria 

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Tal Abiyad
By hosheen issa
15 Jun 2015

Free Syrian Army fighters, who coordinated the offensive with the Kurdish YPG, pray beside a river in the vicinity of Tal Abiyad.

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Tal Abiyad
By hosheen issa
15 Jun 2015

Free Syrian Army fighters patrol the areas around Tal Abiyad.

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Tal Abiyad
By hosheen issa
15 Jun 2015

Fighters relax against a combat embankment on the outskirts of Tal Abiyad.

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Tal Abiyad
By hosheen issa
15 Jun 2015

Kurdish YPG fighters with an improvised armored vehicle on the outskirts of Tal Abiyad.

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Tal Abiyad
By hosheen issa
15 Jun 2015

Female Kurdish YPG fighters relax on the outskirts of Tal Abiyad.

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Tal Abiyad
By hosheen issa
15 Jun 2015

Male and Female Kurdish YPG fighters gather on the outskirts of Tal Abiyad.

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Tal Abiyad
By hosheen issa
15 Jun 2015

Fighters keep watch of the area in the vicinity of Tal Abiyad.

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Tal Abiyad
By hosheen issa
15 Jun 2015

A female Kurdish YPG fighters watches the battle of Tal Abiyad unfold in the distance.

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Tal Abiyad
By hosheen issa
15 Jun 2015

An anti-ISIS fighter photographs a destroyed ISIS sign on a road on the outskirts of Tal Abiyad.

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Tal Abiyad
By hosheen issa
15 Jun 2015

Kurdish YPG fighters pose for a photo on the outskirts of Tal Abiyad.

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beach view
kish island, iran
By Ulrik Pedersen
04 Oct 2013

View of beach at Kish island, Iran. In 2010 the island was ranked among the world's 10 most beautiful islands in the world by New York Times.

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Tal Abiyad
By hosheen issa
20 Jun 2013

Kurdish YPG fighters at a position on the edge of Tal Abiyad.

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Elevated Subway Stations in New York ...
New York, USA
By Ulrik Pedersen
15 Apr 2013

View of Manhattan skyline. taking a trip with the subway is a mini vacation with skyline and coast views. Smith and 9th Streets station, Brooklyn, New York

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Mitrovica (3 of 25)
Mitrovica, Kosovo
By Michael Biach
19 Mar 2013

View over Mitrovica from the hill in the ethnic-Serbian north with St. Demetrius church in front.

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Scenes Of Daily Life In Dhaka, Bangla...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Piero Pomponi World Focus
03 Mar 2013

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Scenes of daily life in Dhaka central district of Motigil including public transportation, vendors and policemen.

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CLIMBING NIPPLE'S TOP
Mt Napuluk, Philippines
By U.S. Editor
31 Jan 2013

Wild and enchanting beauty awaits every mountaineer who will trek the off-beaten track of Mt. Napulak, Iloilo's highest peak with 1,200 feet above sea level.

From Iloilo City, around eighty mountaineers around the Philippines travelled two hours to Igbaras, Iloilo the jump-off area to climb one of the hardest trail in Panay Islands to participate the annual climb to the unique peak of Napulak. This climb is organized yearly before the famous Dinagyang Festival in Iloilo City.

The assault to Mt. Napulak starts with trekking the scenic rice fields and residential areas. Different agricultural crops also are seen along the way forming a magnificent view of terraces. Farm animals such as pigs and chickens are seen outside households.

After passing the residential area, the ascend became more difficult yet the scenery is relaxing. Sunflowers in bloom and the negative ions of the forested area soothes the eye and tired muscles of every wanderers ascending gradually at the treacherous and off-beaten track. And seing one of the largest parasitic flower called rafflesia are also seen along the trail of the majestic forest of Napulak. Rafflesia are only founf in Southeast Asian countries like the Philippines.

After passing the forested area, the grasslands of the slopes of Mt. Napulak is another tiring but breathtaking scenery. Gradual assault and traversing the tall grasses and steep trail is another challenge but the stunning view of clouds covering each mountain is magical.

Reaching the summit is the most intriguing part of the climb, a huge rock formation which looks like a nipple of a woman's breast from a far is one of the most exciting part of the climb where every mountaineers are required to rock climb in order for them to say that they conquered the 'nipple's top'.

Yes, Napulak in local dialect means 'nipple's top'!

The summit gives a 360 degrees view of Panay Islands and other mountains of the province.

The climb is organized by mountaineering groups The Friends of the Higher Grounds and Talahib Eco-Trekkers which aims to battle climate change.

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From Top of the Rock
new york
By motasemdhawi
31 Dec 2012

Amazing view for New York city from top of the rock

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New York City
brooklyn bridge
By motasemdhawi
31 Dec 2012

Amazing View For New York City from Brooklyn Bridge

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A Shocking View
Alansari, Aleppo, Syria
By ward.furati
29 Nov 2012

Abo Suhail, one of the rescuers that worked hard to find survivors, looks over the area in shock after the neighborhood was shelled by government forces on the morning of November 29, 2012

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Home and work
Kaft el zayat, Egypt
By Al-Hussainy Mohamed
02 Nov 2012

Trees and a simply built house, one of the most famous scenes of the Egyptian countryside.

المشهد الأشهر في الريف المصري، الأشجار بجوار منزل بسيط.

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Aerial view of Doha, Qatar
Doha, Qatar
By Mariwan Salihi
02 Sep 2012

Aerial view of Doha's West Bay area, north of the Qatari capital.

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NuJiang (4 of 25)
Nujiang, Yunnan, China
By Teo Butturini
03 Aug 2012

A woman from the DuLong (also Derung) minority, coming back to the valley after a long journey to BeiJing, looks to the river and the morning clouds outisde the bus window.

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Hymn to my Homeland
Sicily
By Trinacria
02 Jun 2012

View from a baroque Sicilian balcony

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Vampos
Kampala, Uganda
By Amy Hume
05 Feb 2011

Musician Vampos at Buzz Festival in Kampala.

Hip Hop is a global phenomena that reaches nearly all corners of the Earth. Starting in the projects of NYC nearly 40 years ago, struggling youth from Mongolia to Rwanda use music as a weapon to express their situations, hopes, and dreams. Though Hip Hop culture is new to Uganda, it is becoming popular with people of all ages, but with the youth in particular. Hip Hop music is reaching the smallest of villages, as I witnessed in the war-torn area of Gulu. Access to music is free, which is an essential aspect of why Hip Hop is spreading like wildfire.
In 2009, End of the Weak (EOW), a collaboration of MCs, graffiti artists, break dancers and DJs that spans 17 countries, reached Uganda. All chapters of EOW are involved with community outreach, workshops for youth and exude positive influence in their communities through Hip Hop culture. The MC Challenge is a competition in each country wherein the winners gather at the World Finals, which are held in a different country each year. The MC Challenge is held in the central, eastern, western and northern regions of Uganda so that many different languages are represented in the competition. Winners of the MC Challenge are provided studio time, video production and photo shoots as a way to share and promote their music.

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3 MCs
Kampala, Uganda
By Amy Hume
03 Jan 2011

Rock MC from Lira and DaFine and Kay Y from Mbarara, Uganda. Rock MC was the Northern region representative and DaFine the West rep for the End of the Weak MC Challenge 2011 in Kampala.

Hip Hop is a global phenomena that reaches nearly all corners of the Earth. Starting in the projects of NYC nearly 40 years ago, struggling youth from Mongolia to Rwanda use music as a weapon to express their situations, hopes, and dreams. Though Hip Hop culture is new to Uganda, it is becoming popular with people of all ages, but with the youth in particular. Hip Hop music is reaching the smallest of villages, as I witnessed in the war-torn area of Gulu. Access to music is free, which is an essential aspect of why Hip Hop is spreading like wildfire.
In 2009, End of the Weak (EOW), a collaboration of MCs, graffiti artists, break dancers and DJs that spans 17 countries, reached Uganda. All chapters of EOW are involved with community outreach, workshops for youth and exude positive influence in their communities through Hip Hop culture. The MC Challenge is a competition in each country wherein the winners gather at the World Finals, which are held in a different country each year. The MC Challenge is held in the central, eastern, western and northern regions of Uganda so that many different languages are represented in the competition. Winners of the MC Challenge are provided studio time, video production and photo shoots as a way to share and promote their music.

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Kikaye video shoot
Kampala, Uganda
By Amy Hume
20 Nov 2010

Director/cameraman Brett "3rdi" Mazurek on rooftop overlooking Oweno Market in central Kampala.

Hip Hop is a global phenomena that reaches nearly all corners of the Earth. Starting in the projects of NYC nearly 40 years ago, struggling youth from Mongolia to Rwanda use music as a weapon to express their situations, hopes, and dreams. Though Hip Hop culture is new to Uganda, it is becoming popular with people of all ages, but with the youth in particular. Hip Hop music is reaching the smallest of villages, as I witnessed in the war-torn area of Gulu. Access to music is free, which is an essential aspect of why Hip Hop is spreading like wildfire.
In 2009, End of the Weak (EOW), a collaboration of MCs, graffiti artists, break dancers and DJs that spans 17 countries, reached Uganda. All chapters of EOW are involved with community outreach, workshops for youth and exude positive influence in their communities through Hip Hop culture. The MC Challenge is a competition in each country wherein the winners gather at the World Finals, which are held in a different country each year. The MC Challenge is held in the central, eastern, western and northern regions of Uganda so that many different languages are represented in the competition. Winners of the MC Challenge are provided studio time, video production and photo shoots as a way to share and promote their music.

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Lebanon – From North to South (7 of 20)
Lebanon
By Matias & Jorgo
04 Apr 2010

From Walk of Causes – the web series where we walked across Lebanon. Previously published on the blog 2famous.TV

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Lebanon – From North to South (17 of 20)
Lebanon
By Matias & Jorgo
04 Apr 2010

From Walk of Causes – the web series where we walked across Lebanon. Previously published on the blog 2famous.TV