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Long Road Home 1
Poipet
By George Nickels
21 Jun 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. Soldiers hold signs bearing the names of the home-towns of migrant workers returning back to Cambodia on the Thai-Cambodia border town of Poipet.

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Long Road Home 2
Poipet
By George Nickels
21 Jun 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. Cambodian families who fled Thailand are waiting in immigration police vehicles. About 200 000 Cambodian migrant workers have fled the country over the last week. The Thai military junta has denied that it is forcing Cambodians to leave.

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Thousands of Cambodian Workers Flee T...
By George Nickels
20 Jun 2014

About 200,000 migrant workers from Cambodia have fled Thailand over the last week, amid rumors of violent crackdown on illegal workers in the country. Thailand’s military junta said it would tighten restrictions on migrant employment to prevent illegal workers, forced labor and human trafficking. Cambodian migrant workers are a key component of the work force in Thai industries including construction, fishing and agriculture.

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Long Road Home 3
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. An unconscious child with heatstroke receives treatment in a Cambodian Red Cross ambulance in the Thai-Cambodia border town of Poipet.

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Long Road Home 4
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. An unconscious child, suffering from heat stroke, receives treatment in a Cambodian Red Cross ambulance in the Thai-Cambodia border town of Poipet.

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Long Road Home 5
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. Cambodian armed forces hold signs to direct returning Cambodian nationals to their home provinces.

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Long Road Home 6
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. Cambodians wait in trucks in the Thai-Cambodia border town of Poipet. Hundreds of thousands of them fled Thailand amid rumors of a violent crackdown on illegal workers. Many of them left the country on the back of military trucks with very little ventilation or open top trailers with no protective cover.

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Long Road Home 7
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. A child looks outs of a truck carrying the Cambodian migrant workers that are fleeing Thailand.

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Long Road Home 9
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. Cambodians wait in trucks in the Thai-Cambodia border town of Poipet. Hundreds of thousands of them fled Thailand amid rumors of a violent crackdown on illegal workers. Many of them left the country on the back of military trucks with very little ventilation or open top trailers with no protective cover.

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Long Road Home 10
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. A child in an immigration police truck in the Thai-Cambodia border town of Poipet. Poipet, Cambodia. Hundreds of thousands of Cambodians fled Thailand amid rumors of a violent crackdown on illegal workers. Many of them left the country on the back of military trucks with very little ventilation or open top trailers with no protective cover.

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Long Road Home 12
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. A family in the back of an immigration police truck in the Thai-Cambodia border town of Poipet. Hundreds of thousands of Cambodian labourers fled Thailand amid rumors of violent crackdown on illegal workers. Many of them left the country in the back of military trucks with very little ventilation or on open-top trailers with no protective cover.

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Long Road Home 13
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. A child looks out of a truck carrying Cambodian migrant workers fleeing Thailand.

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Long Road Home 14
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. A young girl carries a baby in the Thai-Cambodia border town of Poipet. Cambodian labourers are a major component of the work force in Thai industries including construction, fishing, and agriculture. Hundreds of thousands fled Thailand over the last week amid rumors of violent arrests and deportation of illegal foreign workers.

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Long Road Home 15
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. Cambodian military personnel help families to retrieve their baggage. On arrival, the workers are warned to protect their precious belongings against thieves who have been taking advantage of the chaotic situation.

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Long Road Home 16
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. Cambodian families wait in the back of the police immigration vehicles, as they attempt to flee Thailand.

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Long Road Home 17
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. Cambodian families wait in the back of the police immigration vehicles, as they attempt to flee Thailand.

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Long Road Home 18
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. Soldiers help Cambodian families get out of the immigration vehicles as they arrive at the Thai-Cambodia border town of Poipet.

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Long Road Home 20
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. Cambodian families, fleeing Thailand, wait in immigration police vehicles. About 200,000 Cambodian migrants fled the country in the last week. The Thai military junta deny that it forced the Cambodians to leave.

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Long Road Home 21
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. A child in a Thai immigration police vehicle.

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Long Road Home
Poipet
By George Nickels
20 May 2014

Poipet, Cambodia. Cambodian families get out of Thai immigration police vehicles as they arrive at the Thai-Cambodia border town of Poipet.

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October 6th Protests 13
Cairo, Egypt
By Leyland Cecco
07 Oct 2013

A protestor grabs rocks to throw at security forces. Anti military rule groups clashed with police in Cairo's Dokki district.

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October 6th Protests 1
Cairo, Egypt
By Leyland Cecco
06 Oct 2013

Protestors in Cairo's Dokki district flee tear gas and birdshot fired by security forces.

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Cabinet Office Clashes Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Editor
03 Oct 2013

Protesters start a fire during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 16/12/201
By: Jeffrey Bright

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Pakistan's General Elections 2013 ( 2...
Lahore,Pakistan
By Murtaza Syed
10 May 2013

Pakistani soldiers keep watch at the state-run Printing Corporation of Pakistan before being transported to polling stations for the upcoming parliamentary elections. Pakistan will elect its new government for the next five years on May 11.

The election of the national and four provincial assemblies will mark the first time a civilian government has completed a full term in a country that was once ruled by the military.

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Thousands March in Naser City to be R...
Naser City, Egypt
By a.fatah85
24 Mar 2012

Cairo, Egypt | March 24th, 2012

As Parliamentarians in Egypt appoint a 100-member panel that will draft the country's new constitution, demonstrations rallied for their voice and rights to be fairly represented. There is growing concern over the polarization between liberals and Islamists in the constitution process.

00:00 – 00:12
Chanting :
Our young people made a revolution as a volcano, and the military aligned with the Brotherhood.

00:47 -01:00
Chanting:
Free rebels we are going on, they want to steel our revolution - over our dead body.

01:10 -01:21
Chanting :
The constitution is for Egyptians not for Muslim Brotherhood or Salafi.

02:14- 02:59
Niveen Mousaad/Demonstrator
I’m Niveen Mousaad, an independent woman, I wish to see my country better. On January 28, 2011 we think that we are going to have good country, country for my daughter, but everything is worthless because of the Military Council. Its the authority which is destroying us now. They are the reason for everything that is happening now in this country. Muslim Brotherhood should not write the constitution even if they are the majority. How can they write something that’s suppose to be monitoring them? All Egyptian people should be represented in the constitution. Me as a house wife and mother I would like to be represented. As an Egyptian and a woman.

03:09 -03:18
Down military rule.

05:00 – 005:23
We have been here for 3 hours. We want a constitution. They totally refused article 28, why did they just refuse it?! What do they exactly demand? We just don’t get what they want. Usually the Muslim Brotherhood or their Chairman reveals their opinion. We are not expecting anything more from them except them just saying “Thank You”.

05:29- 06:30
Hussein Abd-Elmoaty/Demonstrator
Hussein Abd-Elmoaty. I do not agree to participate in the farce of the Constitution. We must prevent the farce as best we can, especialy for 50% and 50%. People do not notice that we are on the verge of disaster. They are trying to go back the old constitution of 1970. People do not want to speak about that. They would rather speak about the fuel crisis. Today, protesters came from Abbasiya, Al-Nour Mosque. The number will grow.

07:24
The sign says: “down the head of muslim brotherhood”

06:27 – 08:26
There is a big problem in Egypt. It was there before and is still here.

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Army
Cairo, Egypt
By m.saeed.n
08 Mar 2012

Front of American embassy in Cairo

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Ultras's march from Zamalek to Attorn...
Cairo, Egypt
By Peter Youssef
15 Feb 2012

Cairo , February 15,2012

Cairo , February 15, 2012

The march started at Al-Ahly sport club as thousands of football fans «Ultras» march to the Office of the Attorney General at the Supreme Court, chanting «freedom», and «the people want the right to martyr». Families of Ultras members who have died in recent violence are at the head of the march.

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A military officer photographs demons...
Cairo, Egypt
By Peter Youssef
11 Feb 2012

Cairo, February 10, 2012

In front of the Ministry of Defense in Cairo.

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Ultras is not...
Cairo, Egypt
By Peter Youssef
11 Feb 2012

Cairo ,February 10,2012

The march at the defense ministry calling
to transfer the power in egypt from military to civilian .
protester is writing : Ultras is not...

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"people and Army one hand"
Cairo, Egypt
By Peter Youssef
11 Feb 2012

Cairo ,February 10,2012
The march at the defense ministry calling
to transfer the power in egypt from military to civilian .

sticker on the tank says : "people and Army one hand"

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Barbed wire
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Feb 2012

Cairo ,February 10,2012

The march at the defense ministry calling
to transfer the power in egypt from military to civilian .

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Barbed wire
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Feb 2012

Cairo ,February 10,2012

The march at the defense ministry calling
to transfer the power in egypt from military to civilian .

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Kill us more
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Feb 2012

Cairo ,February 10,2012

The march at the defense ministry calling
to transfer the power in egypt from military to civilian .
sing says: kill us more ..i'm chanting against military .
down military rule .

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protesting with fire works
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Feb 2012

Cairo ,February 10,2012

The march at the defense ministry calling
to transfer the power in egypt from military to civilian .

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At the read line
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Feb 2012

Cairo ,February 10,2012

The march at the defense ministry calling
to transfer the power in egypt from military to civilian .

the military made a read line to saparated from protesters .

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Barbed wire
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Feb 2012

Cairo ,February 10,2012

The march at the defense ministry calling
to transfer the power in egypt from military to civilian .

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Military band playing for protesters
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Feb 2012

Cairo ,February 10,2012

The march at the defense ministry calling
to transfer the power in egypt from military to civilian .

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Barbed wire
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Feb 2012

Cairo ,February 10,2012

The march at the defense ministry calling
to transfer the power in egypt from military to civilian .
the military behind the baraed wire .