Rebecca Redwine from Grandma's in the Park has one eye visible from between nearly 100 towels as she competes in the towel carrying contest during the 10th annual Iron Range Housekeeping Olympics held Monday at AmericInn in Virginia, Minn. (MARK SAUER / AP)

International POW: 9 – 15 September

From the amazing phenomenon of the supermoon and the mesmerizing aurora, to the human horror of Ebola and conflict zone.

This is a new post from POW, which brings you the most spectacular photos from around the world, without forgetting the eyes that have passion for fire.

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Sydnor Thompson, 90, kisses his wife, Harriette Thompson, 91, while reenacting the Times Square Kiss photo, taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt, to mark the 69-Anniversary of the end of World War Two and victory over Japan in Times Square in New York City. (ANDREW BURTON / GETTY IMAGES)

International POW: 12 – 18 August

Wِhen you take a wide look into the world, you will probably witness that we are more than countries, we are merely like flames, when one goes off, the second ignites.

In this week’s POW, Fergusonm has been a center of attention for almost a full week, with ethnic protests, while Gaza has been now recovering  from the Israeli aggression.

And from the good side, there are some few photos that might make you go like: Awww.

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International POW 11-17March

Welcome to a new International POW post, in this latest edition, we will go through the political unrest that Turkey is witnessing, then pass over a powerful image from Afghanistan, without forgetting the weird disappearance of the Malaysian aircraft and other amazing photos from what has been happening in the past week.

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Int. POW 6 – 12 August 2013

What is interesting in this POW, is that there are many attempts to be registered in the Guinness book of records, which i think it’s a good sign that there is some joy after all in some part of the world.

and maybe we should search for our joy from the place we are now, right?

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