International POW 12 – 18 Nov

That moment when I say to my self my blog post is ready to publish, and at that moment, a friend shares a photo that is so beautiful that you should definitely add it to POW.

Well it happened today, and the photo I was taking about is the first one below, and before you go to the next one, be sure to read the caption to understand the whole story.

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Desi Nikolova, from Bulgaria, grabs the police man from the shoulders after seeing him protecting the students from the beating police. She says: "He had a little blood on his nose, obviously chafed himself. I saw him protecting the people and trying to stop the police from beating us.  I started to cry and told him to take care. He replied: 'Hold on, everything will be alright'. His eyes were watery". (Stefan Stefanov/Facebook)

Desi Nikolova, from Bulgaria, grabs the police man from the shoulders after seeing him protecting the students from the beating police. She says: “He had a little blood on his nose, obviously chafed himself. I saw him protecting the people and trying to stop the police from beating us. I started to cry and told him to take care. He replied: ‘Hold on, everything will be alright’. His eyes were watery”. (Stefan Stefanov/Facebook)

The body of a typhoon victim lies on a street in Tacloban, five days after Typhoon Haiyan swept over the Philippines. (Philippe Lopez / AFP – Getty Images)

A Washington firefighter peers into the home of a fellow firefighter whose home was destroyed when a tornado swept through Washington. (David Zalaznik/AP, Journal Star)

Canadian sailor Mylene Paquette celebrates as she arrives in Lorient, western France, after rowing from Canada’s east coast. Paquette, a 35-year-old from Quebec, made the 2,700 nautical mile trip in 129 days. (Jean-Sebastien Evrard / AFP – Getty Images)

 

A Palestinian youth covers his ears while gunmen pass by shooting in the air, during a military parade commemorating the ninth anniversary of the death of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, who died Nov. 11, 2004, at the Qalandia refugee camp, on the outskirts of the West Bank city of Ramallah. (Nasser Nasser/AP)

Susan St. Amour, 54, a homeless woman, panhandles during the evening commute, in Portland, Maine. A one-day trial is being held next week for a lawsuit filed by the ACLU challenging Portland’s new panhandling law on grounds that it’s infringement on free speech. (Robert F. Bukaty/AP)

A masked Palestinian protestor hurls a tear gas canister back at Israeli troops during the weekly demonstration against Israel’s separation barrier in the West Bank village of Bilin, near Ramallah. (Majdi Mohammed/AP)

An Indian Sikh devotee display his martial art skills during a procession held ahead of the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak in Bhopal, India. (Rajeev Gupta/AP)

A girl plays with a skipping rope next to a pile of rubbish surrounding trash containers during the ninth day of a garbage collectors strike, in Madrid, Spain. Street cleaners and garbage collectors who work in the city’s public parks walked off the job in a strike called by trade unions to contest the planned layoff of more than 1,000 workers. Madrid’s municipal cleaning companies, which have service supply contracts with the city authorities, employ some 6,000 staff. (Emilio Morenatti/AP)

An injured Cambodian worker escapes from riot police in the compound of a Buddhist pagoda in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Police fired live ammunition during clashes with protesting garment workers outside Cambodia’s capital Tuesday, killing a bystander who was struck by a bullet while selling rice and injuring at least 20 people, rights groups said. Hundreds of workers from the SL Garment Processing (Cambodia) Ltd. Factory clashed with hundreds of riot police sent to block a march from the factory to the Phnom Penh residence of Prime Minister Hun Sen, according to several human rights groups. (AP Photo)

Men and women in Kabul, Afghanistan, gather to commemorate Ashura, an annual holy day throughout the Muslim world. Ceremonial chest beating and other types of self-flagellation are a display of their devotion. (CAROLYN COLE / LOS ANGELES TIMES)

Jordanian fans cheer for their team during the World Cup playoff first leg soccer match between Jordan and Uruguay at Amman International Stadium. (RAAD ADAYLEH / AP)

A boat motors along the Lake Lucerne behind an autumnal maple in front of the Urner mountains in Luetzelau, Switzerland. (SIGI TISCHLER / KEYSTONE)

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