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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Lebanon POW 29May – 4June

In this week’s POW, it was nice to see so much cultural and fun events going on in Beirut, and releasing a whole different sets of upcoming events in different parts of lebanon.

With the summer season starting in Lebanon, here is a small roundup using images on what has happened during the last week.

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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 20 – 26 May

This week, we start our series of photos with the coup in Thailand, and then fly up in the sky beside the moon and after it, go around the world to capture some amazing scenes and news stories such like Pope’s visit to the middle east, and of course Real Madrid winning.

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That ain’t right: Al Assad using UNHCR tents

Few days ago, facebook pages, which a lot of it support the opposition forces in Syria, published this photo mentioning that it is a pro-Bashar Al Assad election campaign tent, a tent that was originally meant to be given to the Syrian refugees.

This photo surfaced online after a “Global Overview 2014” report was published by IDMC, part of the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), at the United Nations in Geneva, alongside the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), which revealed that the Syrian civil war, in its fourth year, is being held responsible for the surge in those displaced in their own country, a rise of 4.5 million (15.6%) on 2012.

Getting back to the photo, we are going to tackle each hypothesis and analyzing its elements one by one.

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