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tryfon-topalidis:

A Palestinian man walks atop a destroyed building during sunset in the northern Gaza Strip April 7, 2014. (Photograph credit: Mohammed Salem/Reuters)
Israeli warplanes attacked several sites in the Gaza Strip Sunday, sources on both sides said, hours after a rocket from the besieged Palestinian enclave hit Israel. Palestinian medical and security sources said five sites in northern and southern Gaza were hit, including training camps for the militant Islamic Jihad and Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas’s military wing. Spokesman for the Gaza Strip ministry of health Ashraf al-Qidra said that no injuries were reported. The Israeli army said in a statement it “retaliated” to “ongoing rocket attacks from Gaza,” targeting four “terror sites” in northern Gaza and a fifth in the south of the coastal territory.
Gaza has been blockaded over the past seven years, a situation that has caused a decline in the standard of living, unprecedented levels of unemployment, and unrelenting poverty. Israel government denies about 1.7 million people in Gaza their basic rights such as freedom of movement, jobs that pay proper wages, and adequate healthcare and education. Tel Aviv continues its raids on the Gaza Strip despite signing a ceasefire following its eight-day-war on the Palestinian enclave in 2012.
Photographer profile: Mohammed Salem, 27, is a Palestinian photojournalist based in the Gaza Strip. He holds a media degree from Al-Azhar University in Gaza. Mohammed has been working with Reuters since 2003, mainly covering the conflict between the Palestinians and Israelis, as well as international events and other stories worldwide. Mohammed has received a Dubai Press Club media award, a prize made to a young Arab photographer. He was a winner in the 2004 China International Press Photo Contest and was awarded a second prize in Spot News in the 2010 World Press Photo Contest.
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cosmicroots:

Protester plays piano over the sounds of chaos, with riot police in the backdrop.
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breakingpics:

Dead Traffic - Faces from Sierra Leone
Shooting in Big Wharf, one of the the biggest and most dangerous slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Photos by Kim Thue
breakingpics:

Dead Traffic - Faces from Sierra Leone
Shooting in Big Wharf, one of the the biggest and most dangerous slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Photos by Kim Thue
breakingpics:

Dead Traffic - Faces from Sierra Leone
Shooting in Big Wharf, one of the the biggest and most dangerous slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Photos by Kim Thue
breakingpics:

Dead Traffic - Faces from Sierra Leone
Shooting in Big Wharf, one of the the biggest and most dangerous slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Photos by Kim Thue
breakingpics:

Dead Traffic - Faces from Sierra Leone
Shooting in Big Wharf, one of the the biggest and most dangerous slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Photos by Kim Thue
breakingpics:

Dead Traffic - Faces from Sierra Leone
Shooting in Big Wharf, one of the the biggest and most dangerous slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Photos by Kim Thue
breakingpics:

Dead Traffic - Faces from Sierra Leone
Shooting in Big Wharf, one of the the biggest and most dangerous slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Photos by Kim Thue
breakingpics:

Dead Traffic - Faces from Sierra Leone
Shooting in Big Wharf, one of the the biggest and most dangerous slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Photos by Kim Thue
breakingpics:

Dead Traffic - Faces from Sierra Leone
Shooting in Big Wharf, one of the the biggest and most dangerous slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Photos by Kim Thue
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mlvphotoj:

Happy Silhouette Sunday!
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KOSOVO. 2008. French soldiers patrol the divided city of Mitrovica. Christopher Anderson
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NORTHERN IRELAND. Belfast. 1971. A British soldier speaking with young boy. Usually children and soldiers are on opposite sides during street riots. Bruno Barbey.
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whattheendoftheworldlookedlike:

Iraq, 2004.
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newzee:

Fired up — Opposition demonstrators clash with members of Venezuela’s Bolivarian police during a protest against President Nicolas Maduro’s government in Caracas, Venezuela on March 30. Miguel Gutierrez / EPA
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nationalpostphotos:

SKYDIVE EXTRAVAGANZA: In this  Tuesday, April 1, 2014 photo provided by The World Team, a group of 222 skydivers from 28 nations, team members dive over Eloy, Ariz. The jump was part of the group’s ongoing attempt to set a world record by forming two distinct aerial formations within the same dive. The team did not break the record with this attempt.
(AP Photo/World Team, Andrey Veselov)
nationalpostphotos:

SKYDIVE EXTRAVAGANZA: In this  Tuesday, April 1, 2014 photo provided by The World Team, a group of 222 skydivers from 28 nations, team members dive over Eloy, Ariz. The jump was part of the group’s ongoing attempt to set a world record by forming two distinct aerial formations within the same dive. The team did not break the record with this attempt.
(AP Photo/World Team, Andrey Veselov)