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Lebanon POW: 10 – 16 July

With a new refreshed look for POW, here is a new Lebanese post about the most amazing photos that were taken during this week, with more than average number of photos related to what is happening in Gaza, Palestine.

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International POW: 8- 14 July

From the ongoing war in Palestine, to the latest moments of the Fifa World cup in Brazil, without forgetting the syrians war neither the supermoon, POW present to you with the start of a new week, a new collection of the best photos from around the world.

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Lebanon POW: 3 – 9 July

With a special mix of the holy month of Ramadan and the world cup, in addition to a flavor of traditional local news, These are the best selected weekly photos for you.

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International POW: 1-7 July

From the weirdest photos you have ever seen, to the ones you are seeing it for the first time, welcome to a new edition of POW with the most amazing photos of this week.

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That ain’t right: Syrian family on the streets of Saida

Oh the cruelty, How could they do that with the Syrian refugees, Down with the world … And human rights.

These were few comments and captions shared with the photo, a photo that has spread recently on various pages and accounts, especially with the ones related to the Syrian crisis, mentioning that it was taken in Saida, south of Lebanon.

And like most of the widespread photos, our curiosity was focused not on the matter of any modification done on that particular photo, but instead on where the actual location of where that photo was taken, just to see if it is true of what the social media world is saying.

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