International POW 25Feb-3March

While protests are still going in many places in the world, from Turkey, Brazil, and other places, Syria is still living under pressure in so many levels, mainly the constant reports being published on starvation of a big number of town, especially Al-Yarmouk camp.

A special photo has been added to this International POW, there is also a photo embed from Twitter, which is now being named as the most retweeted photo ever.

I hope you will like all the photos ūüôā

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Lebanon POW 20-26 Feb 2014

In this week of Local Pow, we will start with a photo that was published by a local newspaper but unfortunately without mentioning the name of the Lebanese photographer who took it, Bilal Jawich.

We have also included the new Dar Al-aytam logo, and the Google doodle about ShouShou.

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International POW 18-24 Feb

More photos in this week International POW on protest going on world wide.

From Brazil, Thailand, Ukraine, and many more, it’s is like the “Arab spring” is now an international event which everyone is joining in.

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Lebanon POW: 13-19 February

For a moment of time today, the previous version of International POW would have been the last one to be published.

It was more as a matter of luck today as I passed by the explosion of today just almost 15 minutes before it blew up.

It is very scary to think of death, and even more scary when knowing that death is just around the corner.

May we find peace, somehow, in Lebanon.

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Lebanon’s online community has taken to social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to express support for 22-year-old Lebanese Olympic skier Jackie Chamoun. The athlete was criticized by Lebanese politicians and in local media, after topless photos taken during a photo shoot for a calendar three years ago began circulating. (I Am Not Naked)

Lebanon POW 6-12 Feb 2014

This week in Lebanon can be summarized in the reaction that can be seen all over the news and social media websites on the Jackie Chamoun case, where someone dug up an old video of Jackie semi-naked for a photo-shot taken 3 years ago.

So as a reaction, some of the people supporting this case started to get naked and publish their photos online, and so did some Lebanese companies such as Al-rifaii and Almaza.

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