Serenity

Fulvio Roiter

©Fulvio Roiter, Brésil, éditions Atlantis, 1970.


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Tears

Anthony Camerano/Associated Press

©Anthony Camerano – Associated Press

In this photo from April 9, 1945, 3-year-old Richard Caglione sheds tears as Emmett Kelly, featured clown with Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, picks him up during New York’s first circus parade in 19 years in Manhattan.


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Food distribution

WFP

©Albert Gonzalez Farran

4 March 2014. Tawilla: A child eats lentils in a food distribution center in the Rwanda camp for internally displaced people (IDP) in Tawila, North Darfur.
More than 8,000 women and children living in the camp benefit from two nutrition programs run by the World Food Programme (WFP) in the camp. One is Targeted Supplementary Feeding Programme, which is designed to treat moderate acute malnutrition among children under the age of five and pregnant and nursing women. The other is Integrated Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme meant to prevent malnutrition among children under the age of three. Through both programs, women learn to prepare highly nutritious food by combining corn soya blend with sugar and oil or by using local ingredients such as lentils and cereals. The women also learn basic child care practices that prevent infection and sickness among their children.


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43

AP

©AP

 L’art comme une critique: Une peinture murale de l’artiste Ericailcane orne un bâtiment dans la ville de Mexico. Le lièvre sur la droite porte un brassard avec le numéro 43 - un clin d’œil au 43 étudiants disparus de la ville mexicaine de Iguala.

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Portugal, 1956

Portugal, 1956.

©Bill Perlmutter, Portugal, 1956.


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Child, hammock & brick factory

Soe Zeya Tun

©Soe Zeya Tun

A boy sleeps in a hammock while his mother works at a brick kiln on the outskirts of Yangon on February 1, 2015.


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Waterfall at Madureira park

YASUYOSHI CHIBA

©Yasuyoshi Chiba – Children play in a waterfall at Madureira park in Rio de Janeiro. Januar 2015.


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Jean Dieuzaide presents

Jean Dieuzaide

©Jean Dieuzaide


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Polina, 8

kozyrev

©kozyrev

Polina, 8  is a member of the commune of 51 families, age from 1 to 91 years, settled along the bank of ObÕ river, 115 kilometers North of Novosibirsk.
About 100,000 Russian families follow the Anastasia movement, based on the ideas of spiritual books by Vladimir Megre.
New communities of homesteaders have sprung up across some of the most remote sections of Russia in the past decade, including Siberia, attracting thousands of Russians in search of a simple, self-sufficient and environmentally friendly lifestyle free from state control and big city corruption.
The movement began about a decade ago, and increased several times over in recent years. Some participants think they have found solutions, others feel disappointed and disillusioned.


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Je Suis Charlie

Je Suis Charlie

Charlie Hebdo Website


Lunatique

The Nyiragongo Crater

Olivier Grunewald

©Olivier Grunewald

The Nyiragongo Crater in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the world’s largest lava lake, one of the wonders of the African continent. The crater bubbles 1,300 feet deep.


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Ibrahim and Mashal

Muhammed Muheisen

©Muhammed Muheisen

Pakistani Ibrahim Mohammed, 42, who was displaced with his family from Pakistan’s tribal region of Mohmand Agency due to fighting between the Taliban and the army, wraps himself and his son Mashal, 1, with a shawl to avoid the evening cold, while sitting in front of his home in a poor neighbourhood on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan on November 15, 2013.


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Pink foliage

Qin Qing

©Qin Qing – Xinhua

Pink foliage dotted the landscape in Nanjian Yi, China on December 9, 2012.


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In the waters of the Periyar river

Sivaram V

©Sivaram V – A fisherman arranges a net as his wife paddles their boat in the waters of the Periyar river on the outskirts of Kochi, India on January 5, 2011.


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Pyongyang skyline

David Guttenfelder

©David Guttenfelder – Associated Press photographer David Guttenfelder was given unprecedented access to North Korea, and gave many people their first look at the reclusive country, including a Pyongyang skyline view on April 12, 2011.


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