International POW: 3-9 June

From the ongoing sadness in Nigeria with the Boko Haram kidnapping of the little girls, to the D-day memorial day in France, to finding love with nature, and cruelty of human kind in Syria

These are the best photos you might have missed for this week.

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International POW: 3 – 9 September

Sometimes when looking on my screen monitor, all I see inside International news websites stories coming from Syria, especially in the last two weeks.

Before that, almost all the news were about Egypt and isolated president Mohamed Morsi.

I can’t hide that during these times, searching for a vast variety of images from around the world was a bit difficult while everyone is focusing on one or two parts of the world .

During the preparation of this week’s International POW, I started looking up for new sources for images, and had several of messages back and forth with other websites to bring and share with you some of the best photos from the world, to bring it right in front of you in POW.

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Bineta Ndiaye, 22, looks at herself in the mirror as her friend Coumba Faye, 19, fixes her hair in Faye's house in the village of Ndande, Senegal, ahead of a Sufi Muslim ceremony. (REUTERS / Joe Penney)

International POW 21 – 27 May 2013

In this new post by POW, we will take you around the world to explorer some of the most beautiful events, celebrations, along with some unfortunate accidents that happened last week.

The good side of this week’s post is that it carries less negative / bad news from the old post like the one of last week.

Well, all that we could say that we wish more positive celebrations and events occur in the world.

So don’t forget after checking out the international version of POW, to leave us a comment to know your thoughts 🙂

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