A woman dances in front of riot police during a demonstration in the Kadikoy neighborhood of Istanbul against the eviction of a squatted building. The building was converted into a social meeting center by activists following last year's Gezi Park protests that led to supporting protests across Turkey. (OZAN KOSE / AFP - GETTY IMAGES)

International POW:9-15 December

Humanism is the only – I would go so far as saying the final- resistance we have against the inhuman practices and injustices that disfigure human history. — Edward W. Said

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People wait to buy the new Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices, outside an Apple store in Hong Kong. (Vincent Yu / AP)

International POW: 16 – 22 September

They say that sometimes in tragedy we find out life’s purpose, but also on another hand, how much tragedy should a human being be exposed to during his lifetime in order to find that purpose?

We deliver you a roundup of the best photos taken this week around the world, personally selected to you for your personal enjoyment.

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International POW 28Jan-3Feb

As both storms NIKA, and MAXIMUS are hitting the US coasts line and part of Europe, more photos are being taken and published online, showing marvelous views, which I selected few of them inside this week’s POW.

And in case you don’t know, the Chinese celebrated their new year, and this year is called the year of the horse, why don’t you check what is your horoscope in the Chinese zodiac by pressing here. (We are not responsible for the content of the website)

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A Syrian child stands in the snow in a refugee camp in the town of Arsal in the Lebanese Bekaa valley. Thousands of Syrian refugees living in makeshift camps in Lebanon were weathered a winter storm that brought snow, rain and freezing temperatures to the country. (AFP)

Lebanon POW 12-18 Dec

Is there really something called Christmas spirit, or is it just our love for life that drive our daily lives?

In this week’s POW, the determination that Lebanese people have to overcome the obstacles they have is something amazing that not too many countries have it.

Taking a look at the amazing decoration for the holiday season in different cities and regions is something very joyful and heartwarming.

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