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Poor earnings of day labor 05
Dhaka
By zakir hossain chowdhury
13 Jan 2013

Every labor have to bring his food from his home.In lunch break they get time only 20min for rest.This time is too short for them to go home & get lunch.So they carried out lunch box from home & at lunch time they eat together under open air.
Labor in bangladesh lead their live by poor earning. After working 11 hours a day they have earn less then $2 USD. In modern age they have work manually till now.
According to ILO (International Labor Organization), the harsh reality is that some 375 million working women and men are not able to earn enough to keep themselves and their families above the $1.25 a day extreme poverty line. That is around one in eight of the employed population of the developing world where more than a quarter of working women and men live with their families on $2 a day or less.

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Poor earnings of day labor 04
Dhaka
By zakir hossain chowdhury
13 Jan 2013

Labor in bangladesh lead their live by poor earning. After working 11 hours a day by unloading coal they have earn less then $2 USD. In modern age they have work manually till now.
According to ILO (International Labor Organization), the harsh reality is that some 375 million working women and men are not able to earn enough to keep themselves and their families above the $1.25 a day extreme poverty line. That is around one in eight of the employed population of the developing world where more than a quarter of working women and men live with their families on $2 a day or less.

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Poor earnings of day labor 03
Dhaka
By zakir hossain chowdhury
13 Jan 2013

This is the token that after carrying every bucket of coal unloading the labor earn 1.After work they've calculate how many basket they carried out & this calculation is their earning of the day.Every token value is taka 2.5 ($0.031 USD).
Labor in bangladesh lead their live by poor earning. After working 11 hours a day they have earn less then $2 USD. In modern age they have work manually till now.
According to ILO (International Labor Organization), the harsh reality is that some 375 million working women and men are not able to earn enough to keep themselves and their families above the $1.25 a day extreme poverty line. That is around one in eight of the employed population of the developing world where more than a quarter of working women and men live with their families on $2 a day or less.

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Poor earnings of day labor 02
Dhaka
By zakir hossain chowdhury
13 Jan 2013

Labor in bangladesh lead their live by poor earning. After working 11 hours a day in coal unloading they have earn less then $2 USD. In modern age they have work manually till now.
According to ILO (International Labor Organization), the harsh reality is that some 375 million working women and men are not able to earn enough to keep themselves and their families above the $1.25 a day extreme poverty line. That is around one in eight of the employed population of the developing world where more than a quarter of working women and men live with their families on $2 a day or less.

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Poor earnings of day labor 01
Dhaka
By zakir hossain chowdhury
13 Jan 2013

Polash age of 13 work 11 hours a day & have earn taka 180-200 (about $2.5 USD) by unloading coal.he never use any musk or gloves for protection that causes of many types of sickness.
Labor in bangladesh lead their live by poor earning. After working 11 hours a day they have earn less then $2 USD. In modern age they have work manually till now.
According to ILO (International Labor Organization), the harsh reality is that some 375 million working women and men are not able to earn enough to keep themselves and their families above the $1.25 a day extreme poverty line. That is around one in eight of the employed population of the developing world where more than a quarter of working women and men live with their families on $2 a day or less.

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Muhammed (Nickname: “Doctor”) – 19
Aleppo, Syria
By CengizYarJr
26 Dec 2012

Muhammad was a student of computer technology, but had to suspend his studies because of the war. He fights for a Free Syria because he was thrown in prison and tortured after protesting against Assad, and because his house was hit destroyed by a mortar. After Syria returns to peace he hopes to finish his studies and maybe work in the new Syrian Army to rebuild the country. “What the people want will be. Injustice will not stay.”

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PUNK IS NOT DEAD - Editor's Picks Oct...
Banda Aceh, Jakarta, Indonesia
By Editor's Picks
30 Oct 2012

Young Indonesians living a punk lifestyle are being persecuted by the "Sharia Police" of the country. Many "punks" have recently been arrested in Banda Aceh, Indonesia's most devoutly Muslim province, purportedly to be re-educated. While human rights groups are concerned about the situation, the police say the goal is to protect the young ones from themselves and prevent them from bringing shame on their families.

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Father of Palestinian Man Killed by L...
Beirut, Lebanon
By U.S. Editor
23 Oct 2012

Hundreds of mourners attended on Tuesday, October 23, the funeral procession a young Palestinian man who was killed on Monday by Lebanese army troops in Beirut’s Qasqas area.

Mourners chanted slogans and fired in the air during the funeral procession.

The young man, Ahmad Qouwayder, was buried in the Sabra refugee camp near Qasqas neighborhood.

The father of the late young man demands retaliation for his son, calling on the Lebanese President to get him the right of his son from those who killed him.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Father of the young Palestinian man killed by the Lebanese Army:
“I want retaliation for the blood of my son from the army, and I am a follower of the law not above the law. I say to the President and the whole world that I want to avenge the blood of my son. I want retaliation no matter how; whether through the law or without the law, I want it.”

According to a statement released by the military, an army soldier killed a young Palestinian man after the man and his brother opened fire on an army patrol near Beirut’s Qasqas area.

The incident comes amid heightened tension in Lebanon following the assassination of Lebanese intelligence chief Wissam al-Hassan who was killed on Friday in a massive car explosion that rocked the Beirut area of Ashrafyeh, leaving seven others dead and over a hundred wounded.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: October 23, 2012
Shooting Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Publishing Time: October 23, 2012
Length: 0:0:57
Video Size: 47.0 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS

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1- Various shots of the dead body during the process of washing and shrouding
2- Tilt up shot of the father of the young man killed by the Lebanese Army troops
3- Various shots of mourners waiting for the funeral
4- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Father of the young Palestinian man killed by the Lebanese Army:
“I want retaliation for the blood of my son from the army, and I am a follower of the law not above the law. I say to the President and the whole world that I want to avenge the blood of my son. I want retaliation no matter how; whether through the law or without the law, I want it.” 5- Various shots of mourners carrying the coffin of the man during the funeral, shouting “There is no God but Allah”
6- Various shots of mourners during the funeral, shouting “Allah is the greatest” while gunfire is heard in the background
7- Wide shot of men shooing fire during the funeral

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Spanish crisis (19 of 20)
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
07 Oct 2012

Youth does not want to emigrate.
Barcelona, Spain. During the demonstration for the right to decent work youth carry bags with the phrase "I do not want to go." In Spain, the youth unemployment rate is over 50 percent. The alternative is to go them to work abroad.

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Young Palestinian Boy watches IDF sol...
West Bank, Palestine
By laketrev
12 May 2012

A young Palestinian boy watches IDF soldiers trough the fence of his school in the Jordan Valley, West Bank, Palestine.

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Palestinian School Children, Jordan V...
West Bank, Palestine
By laketrev
12 May 2012

Palestinian Girls at the Ghor-Fara'a UNRWA school in the Jordan Vally (West Bank, Palestine). Taken on April 14th 2012 at a cultural event held at the school.

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Young Settler Children from Itimar wa...
Nablus, Israel
By laketrev
10 May 2012

Settlers of Itimar protest against Palestinian statehood

Background: On March 11th 2011 two young Palestinians snuck into the Israeli settlement of Itimar (in the West Bank) near Nablus and massacred a Jewish Israeli family as they slept; this atrocious act initiated a ripple of settler violence that rapidly spread across the West Bank. Now months later, and in light of Palestine’s UN statehood bid – which will take place later this week –, the settlers of Itimar have decided to make a statement of their own.

On September 20, 2011 the residents of Itimar gathered at the Fogel residence (family who was murdered) and after a speach by the mayor, began marching toward Nablus. The heavily armed group of settlers marched enthusiastically through the settlement, out of the iron security gate, and down the long monotonous road toward Nablus. IDF forces stopped the demonstrators before they were able to enter Nablus.

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Young Jewish settlers plant flag - It...
Israel
By laketrev
10 May 2012

Settlers of Itimar protest against Palestinian statehood

Background: On March 11th 2011 two young Palestinians snuck into the Israeli settlement of Itimar (in the West Bank) near Nablus and massacred a Jewish Israeli family as they slept; this atrocious act initiated a ripple of settler violence that rapidly spread across the West Bank. Now months later, and in light of Palestine’s UN statehood bid – which will take place later this week –, the settlers of Itimar have decided to make a statement of their own.

On September 20, 2011 the residents of Itimar gathered at the Fogel residence (family who was murdered) and after a speach by the mayor, began marching toward Nablus. The heavily armed group of settlers marched enthusiastically through the settlement, out of the iron security gate, and down the long monotonous road toward Nablus. IDF forces stopped the demonstrators before they were able to enter Nablus.

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Armed Israeli Settlers Demonstrate in...
Israel
By laketrev
10 May 2012

Settlers of Itimar protest against Palestinian statehood

On March 11th 2011 two young Palestinians snuck into the Israeli settlement of Itimar (in the West Bank) near Nablus and massacred a Jewish Israeli family as they slept; this atrocious act initiated a ripple of settler violence that rapidly spread across the West Bank. Now months later, and in light of Palestine’s UN statehood bid – which will take place later this week –, the settlers of Itimar have decided to make a statement of their own.

On September 20, 2011 the residents of Itimar gathered at the Fogel residence (family who was murdered) and after a speach by the mayor, began marching toward Nablus. The heavily armed group of settlers marched enthusiastically through the settlement, out of the iron security gate, and down the long monotonous road toward Nablus. IDF forces stopped the demonstrators before they were able to enter Nablus.

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Syrian child protesting
Idlib, Syria
By info
23 Mar 2012

Idlib, Syria | March 21, 2012

A little Syrian girl protesting with her mother against Bashar Al Assad's regime in Idlin on march 21, 2012.

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Egyptian Flag
Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
29 Jan 2012

Cairo , January 27,2012
Young protester in Tahrir SQ, celebrating January 25 revolution.

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Young Girl : Revolution Continues
Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
29 Jan 2012

Cairo , January 27 ,2012
young girl protester with her father in Tahrir SQ , celebration January 25 revolution .
Sings says : Blood of martyrs is integrity revolution is continue ..continue

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Kosovo Youth 22
Kline
By alfredoc
23 Jan 2012

A boy stands outside his house.

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Kosovo Youth 10
Pristina
By alfredoc
22 Jan 2012

People dance during a turbofolk night in Maroon Bar.

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Kosovo Youth
Podujevo
By alfredoc
21 Jan 2012

Supporters of the nationalist Self-Determination Movement face police on January 22, 2012 during a demonstration near Podujevo, a town in northern Kosovo some six kms (four miles) from the main Merdare crossing to Serbia. Kosovo police and the protesters were locked in a tense stand-off as the authorities stopped some 1,000 demonstrators from blocking a border crossing with Serbia. Police in anti-riot gear prevented the protesters from moving beyond Podujevo.

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Prishtina
By alfredoc
19 Jan 2012

Night view of the city of Pristina, the capital and largest city in Kosovo. Pristina is located beside two large towns, Obilia‡ and Kosovo Polje. In fact Pristina has grown so much these past years that it has connected with Kosovo Polje.

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Kosovo Youth 15
Pristina
By alfredoc
16 Jan 2012

The room of a university student. In many houses in Pristina there are no radiators, and people spend a lot on electricity to heat their houses in winter.

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Kosovo Youth 03
Pristina
By alfredoc
15 Jan 2012

The statue of Bill Clinton, on Bill Clinton boulevard.

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Kosovo Youth 02
Kline
By alfredoc
14 Jan 2012

Zef Ademay, Mark Coli and Labinot Berisha are seen near a village near Kline. The three boys are unemployed, but thanks to odd jobs they earn around 80 euros per month.

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Kosovo Youth 21
Pristina
By alfredoc
14 Jan 2012

A guy plays slot machine in a "Play 4 Win" club.

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Kosovo Youth 04
Peje
By alfredoc
13 Jan 2012

Kastriot Berisha, 24, is seen in his room. Kastriot is a broadcast and TV technician, and an IT technician. He lived for two years in Italy to learn his craft, and now he lives in Peje.

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Kosovo Youth 12
Peje
By alfredoc
13 Jan 2012

A blind man is seen in a hall of a school for the blind.

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Kosovo Youth 08
Pristina
By alfredoc
12 Jan 2012

A girl stands inside a internet cafe near the university student dormitory.

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Kosovo Youth 24
Pristina
By alfredoc
11 Jan 2012

People dance during a hip hop night in Depo, a nightclub near the Pristina city centre.

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Kosovo Youth 05
Prishtina
By alfredoc
10 Jan 2012

Night view of the city of Pristina, the capital and largest city in Kosovo. Pristina is located beside two large towns, Obilia‡ and Kosovo Polje. In fact Pristina has grown so much these past years that it has connected with Kosovo Polje.

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Kosovo Youth 17
Pristina
By alfredoc
09 Jan 2012

Kosovars pass by the independence monument 'NEWBORN' on January 10, 2011.

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Kosovo Youth 09
Prishtina
By alfredoc
06 Jan 2012

A notebook in which young illustrators drew their hopes for the future in the library and coffee shop Dit e Nat.

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Life in Malawi 9
Blantyre, Southern Region, Malawi
By Arjen van de Merwe
26 Nov 2011

Toys are too expensive for most townships inhabitants in Malawi, so children invent their own games.
Zingwangwa is a low to middle income township of Blantyre, the biggest commercial city of Malawi.

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Mugat Circumcision Ceremony 01
Parkent, Uzbekistan
By TTM Contributor 100
12 Sep 2011

While dancing, Mugat wedding attendees put money in each other's headdresses. The money is meant to symbolize wealth. The tradition is an adaptation of a local Uzbek custom of throwing money at the dancers as a gift and allowing the children to collect the money. However, the Mugat are cautious of thieves and prefer to put the money directly into another person's headdress.

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Mugat Circumcision Ceremony 02
Parkent, Uzbekistan
By TTM Contributor 100
12 Sep 2011

Guests also brings presents to the boy who is being circumcised. The gifts can be clothes, toys or just money.

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Mugat Circumcision Ceremony 03
Parkent, Uzbekistan
By TTM Contributor 100
12 Sep 2011

The 9 year old boy who will be circumcised. The age of circumcision varies, but is usually performed before the boy hits puberty. The primary determining factor is the family's ability to gather money for the ceremony. Mugat tradition forbids photographing of the actual circumcision.

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Mugat Circumcision Ceremony 04
Parkent, Uzbekistan
By TTM Contributor 100
12 Sep 2011

Cars parked in front of the place of ceremony. Mugat are known for driving old Soviet cars, like those pictured here.

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Mugat Circumcision Ceremony 05
Parkent, Uzbekistan
By TTM Contributor 100
12 Sep 2011

However, the poverty of Mugat society means that most cannot afford cars and many still use donkeys.

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Mugat Circumcision Ceremony 07
Parkent, Uzbekistan
By TTM Contributor 100
12 Sep 2011

Mugat children, including the boy to be circumcised stand in front of a Soviet era monument to fallen soldiers.