An Israeli woman and a Palestinian woman gesture at one another during a protest by Palestinians against Jewish visitors to the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City. (Finbarr O'reilly / Reuters)

International POW: 14 – 20 October

The camera is much more than a recording apparatus, it is a medium via which messages reach us from another world.– Orson Wellessdsd.

Welcome to a new roundup of POW with the best photos taken for this week from around the world.

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International POW 27May-2June

From the ongoing battles in Syria,  and the clashes of Brazil, to the rituals in different countries and the iranian sandstorm.

Pow presents the best pictures of the week.

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International POW 25March-1ِApril

I this week’s POW, there is a different taste of images from what was published in previous posts. Maybe you can notice it, but this post in particular was tending to more show emotion of people, or from what the whole environment of the photo might give to everyone taking a look at it.

This post will start from Greece, then it will go to Ukraine, and the metro catastrophe in the US, all the way to the middle east and ending with a photo from Brazil.

One thing to notice, this week the whole world was witnessing the “Earth Hour” event, which is a worldwide event held towards the end of March annually, encouraging households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour to raise awareness about the need to take action on climate change.

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That ain’t right: burned bodies in Tripoli

Marcel Ghanem, a lebanese TV presenter in Kalam Ennass, has shown tonight a photo of burned bodies from Cairo, claiming that it was taken in Tripoli, Lebanon after the deadly explosions which hit the city. Ghanem added :”the photo was sent to us by Dr. Ahmad El Ayoubi (our guest) and it shows how the human being can turn into a charred body in Lebanon, these photos are taken from today’s massacre, and this massacre cannot but drive us into feelings of anger, tears, and revolution, people have all the right to be indignant with us and with the politicians; and the media has to question: tomorrow where to?!”.

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