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Kevin Frayer—AP  January 6, 2011. A young woman stumbles as she tries to carry a large basket of coal while illegally scavenging at an open-cast mine in Bokapahari, India.      Read more: http://lightbox.time.com/2011/12/31/lightbox-365-a-year-in-photographs/#ixzz1nxBWRe9q

LightBox 365: A Year in Photographs 2011

A young woman stumbles as she tries to carry a large basket of coal as they illegally scavenge at an open-cast mine in the village of Bokapahari, India, where a community of coal scavengers live and work.

KOS, GREECE 8/15/2015 Laith Majid, an Iraqi, broke out in tears of joy, holding his son and daughter, after they arrived safely in Kos on a flimsy rubber boat. Daniel Etter for The New York Times

The Year in Pictures 2015

Laith Majid, an Iraqi, broke out in tears of joy, holding his son and daughter, after they arrived safely in Kos on a flimsy rubber boat.

Syrians entering Hungary at the border with Serbia on 27 August

If this is the best Britain can do for refugees, it’s sickening

A monthly record of migrants and refugees reached Europe by sea in October, the UN says, almost as many as the total number of arrivals in We take a look at the shocking statistics facing the humanitarian crisis.

Lia Neang Syer is 14 years old. She has worked at the dump for four years and had to give up her studies because she had no money to pay for books and extra lessons. She has two sisters and one younger brother. Their mother also works at the garbage dump. She does not like the job but she is forced because her family need the money to live

Shocking photos show children working at rubbish site in Cambodia

Tourists or voyeurs? Outsiders gaze at child labor in Cambodia’s largest landfill. - The Washington Post

Parting Glance: Colleagues and Friends Remember Chris Hondros - The New York Times

Parting Glance: Chris Hondros

Chris Hondros of Getty Images had an ability to draw viewers deeply into his images.

Kevin Frayer wins the Chris Hondros Fund award – in pictures

Kevin Frayer wins the Chris Hondros Fund award – in pictures

Kevin O'leary, Chris D'elia, Photojournalism, In Pictures

Credit: Chris Hondros/Getty Images Exhausted Israeli soldiers gather after a day's marching on the Israeli-Lebanese border

Chris Hondros - a retrospective in pictures

Award-winning photojournalist Chris Hondros has been killed in Misrata, Libya.

A feeling sparked in our mind-or body-will translate as a peptide being released somewhere. [Organs, tissues, skin, muscle and endocrine glands], they all have peptide receptors on them and can access and store emotional information. -Candace Pert (Image: Sacred Mount Kailash in Tibet) eğitim ve disiplin...

Tibetan Buddhists prostrating around sacred Mount Kailash in Tibet-said to remove 9 generations of negative karma.

One billion people worldwide live in slums, a number that will likely double by 2030. The characteristics of slum life vary greatly between geographic regions, but they are generally inhabited by the very poor or socially disadvantaged.

One billion slum dwellers

One billion people worldwide live in slums, a number that will likely double by The characteristics of slum life vary greatly between geographic regions, but they are generally inhabited by the very poor or socially disadvantaged.

A slum in India. Thousands of children are orphaned and left homeless on the streets. These children have to fend for themselves and relinquish their rights to a pleasant childhood.

A slum in India. Thousands of children are orphaned and left homeless on the streets. These children have to fend for themselves and relinquish their rights to a pleasant childhood. Dark side of India

Bolivia (La Paz)  DAVID MERCADO/REUTERS

Fotogalerias. O mundo em acção em 2012

David Mercado A physically disabled woman in her wheelchair clashes with riot police in the center of La Paz, Bolivia, on February Hundreds of physically disabled people arrived in La Paz.

World Day Against Child Labor observed in Pakistan - People's ...

Child labor in pakistan essays Child labour is an intricate issue especially for developing countries like Pakistan where there is no protection for people's rights, leave alone children's rights.

Chris Hondros/Getty Images. Iraq conflict. June 2007

Parting Glance: Chris Hondros

Chris Hondros of Getty Images had an ability to draw viewers deeply into his images.

Exporting trauma: can the talking cure do more harm than good? When disaster strikes aid agencies are increasingly focusing on mental health as well as food and shelter. But without cultural understanding, pushing western treatment can do damage. Cue the rise of the humanitarian anthropologist ..

Mental health and aid: does the talking cure do harm or good?

When disaster strikes aid agencies are increasingly focusing on mental health as well as food and shelter. But without cultural understanding, pushing western treatment can do damage. Cue the rise of the humanitarian anthropologist .

29.) A child is passed through barbed wire to his grandparents at a refugee camp during the Kosovo War.

50 Influential Photographs That Changed Our World: Kosovar refugee Agim Shala, is passed through a barbed wire fence into the hands of grandparents at a camp run by United Arab Emirates in Kukes, Albania

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