With this new post of POW, I want to thank all of you reader for giving me the courage to continue further forward after only one month of launching POW in it’s International and local lebanese version, along with the new section “That ain’t right“.

Back to “reality”,

This week post, might be somehow similar to the one of last week, especially that there is the syrian issue still ongoing, and the turkish protests.

You will notice that i’m trying hard not to include any harmful images, but also send you reader some good photos.

on the turkish level, yes, there is more than one photo, but I think they are worth being part of POW.

Don’t forget, after taking a look at the images to leave me a comment, or a suggestion maybe on how to improve POW more and more :).

Yalla!

A man standing on the roof of Ataturk Cultural center looks at protesters gathered at Taksim Square in Istanbul (Kostas Tsironis / AP)

A whirling dervish dances while wearing a gas mask during an anti-government rally at Gezi Park in Istanbul, Turkey. Protests that started as an outcry against a planned building project in the park have since turned into a wider opposition movement against the government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. (Erdem Sahin / EPA)

Ankara, Turkey — A man flashes a victory sign during a demonstration. (MARCO LONGARI / AFP / GETTY IMAGES)

Anti-government protesters demonstrate in central Ankara- Turkey to halt construction in a park in an Istanbul square. (Umit Bektas / Reuters)

Germany — People use a rubber boat to make their way through the flooded streets of Stadt Wehlen after the Elbe River overflowed its banks as Central Europe’s worst flooding in over a decade claimed a 12th victim. Torrents of muddy water surged down swollen rivers through the Czech Republic and Germany, flooding villages, threatening cities and forcing mass evacuations. (ARNO BURGI / AFP / GETTY IMAGES)

Melnik, Czech Republic — A cat tries to escape flooding brought on by torrential rain. (MICHAL CIZEK / AFP)

Srinagar, India — Kashmiri Muslim women pray during the observance of Mehraj-u-Alam, which marks the ascension of the prophet Muhammad to heaven, at the Hazratbal Shrine on the outskirts of Srinagar.(DAR YASIN / AP)

Seoul — A South Korean man visits the gravestone of his father, Yoo Yun-jong, who died during the 1950-1953 Korean War, at the National Cemetery. (LEE JIN-MAN / AP)

Baghdad — Iraqi Shiite Muslim pilgrims walk toward the Imam Al Kadim shrine for a commemoration ceremony. (ALI AL-SAADI / AFP)

Bill Thesing, who was injured when a tornado hit his home in El Reno, Okla., returns a day later with friend Tammy Hicks to salvage items. The tornado killed at least 18 people and injured many others. (Joe Raedle / Getty Images)

A passenger stands near the mangled front of a tourist bus near Orebro, Sweden. Two buses carrying 60 passengers collided with a gasoline tanker, resulting in one death. (Pavel Koubek / AFP – Getty Images).

With electricity cut because of the civil war, a Syrian student wears a headlight as he takes an exam at a school in Aleppo (Muzaffar Salman / Reuters)

Deputies from the pro-presidential Party of the Regions (bottom R) clash with opposition deputies, led by Arseny Yatsenyuk (C, wearing glasses), who attempt to disrupt a parliament session while demanding Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovich to deliver his address in person, in Kiev. Yanukovich pressed the European Union on Thursday to conclude a milestone political and trade deal with Ukraine this year but he gave no ground on a key EU demand that he free jailed opponent Yulia Tymoshenko. Yanukovich made his call in a state-of-the-nation address issued in text form only, stirring the anger of pro-Tymoshenko lawmakers who demanded he appear in person to deliver it. (Stringer / REUTERS)

Deputies from the pro-presidential Party of the Regions (bottom R) clash with opposition deputies, led by Arseny Yatsenyuk (C, wearing glasses), who attempt to disrupt a parliament session while demanding Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovich to deliver his address in person, in Kiev. Yanukovich pressed the European Union on Thursday to conclude a milestone political and trade deal with Ukraine this year but he gave no ground on a key EU demand that he free jailed opponent Yulia Tymoshenko. Yanukovich made his call in a state-of-the-nation address issued in text form only, stirring the anger of pro-Tymoshenko lawmakers who demanded he appear in person to deliver it. (Stringer / REUTERS)

People throw mud onto each other at a crop field during Hucang Festival at Zhangjiajie, Hunan province. Hucang Festival is a traditional celebration among local ethnic Tujia people, who believe the muddier a person is after the celebration, the better the harvest he or she will enjoy. (China Daily / REUTERS)

People throw mud onto each other at a crop field during Hucang Festival at Zhangjiajie, Hunan province. Hucang Festival is a traditional celebration among local ethnic Tujia people, who believe the muddier a person is after the celebration, the better the harvest he or she will enjoy. (China Daily / REUTERS)

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2 comments

  • This is the first time I look at a POW post!
    First of all, what a catchy name! I love the name, and it really gives information with a POW effet: nice, quick, colorful, and very to the point.

    Second, I love the content in this post and the general theme of POW posts both locally and internationally. This is my first time here, but surely not my last! Great job, and wishing you more success in the future.

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