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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From the latest ATCL nautical show in Tyre that lasted for two days. (Gaby Reaidy)

Lebanon POW: 11 – 17 September

From the best of what has been happening during this week, POW brings you the best photos for you to enjoy and why not to share it also, by hopefully sharing with it the caption or the name of the photographer who put an effort to take that picture.

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Rebecca Redwine from Grandma's in the Park has one eye visible from between nearly 100 towels as she competes in the towel carrying contest during the 10th annual Iron Range Housekeeping Olympics held Monday at AmericInn in Virginia, Minn. (MARK SAUER / AP)

International POW: 9 – 15 September

From the amazing phenomenon of the supermoon and the mesmerizing aurora, to the human horror of Ebola and conflict zone.

This is a new post from POW, which brings you the most spectacular photos from around the world, without forgetting the eyes that have passion for fire.

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A Lebanese Sunni armed woman carries a machine gun during the funeral procession of Sgt. Ali Sayid who was beheaded by Islamic militants, at his home town in Fnaydek, Akkar north Lebanon. Sayid went missing around the same time that some two dozen soldiers and police were seized by militants from Syria who overran the border town of Arsal for several days last month. The incursion was the most serious spillover yet of the Syrian civil war and escalated tensions in Lebanon, which is bitterly split over the conflict. (Hussein Malla / AP)

Lebanon POW: 4 – 10 September

John F. Kennedy once said “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country”, sometimes you look at this quote and really wonder what can your country really do for you, especially in Lebanon.

But the essential thing, is we should always try to see what we, as individual, can do for our country, at least to make it better until this grey cloud, well more as a long storm above our heads.

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A devotee daubed in coloured powder prays as she takes part in the immersion of the idols of the Hindu god Ganesh, the deity of prosperity on the fifth day of the ten-day-long Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Mumbai. (Danish Siddiqui / REUTERS)

International POW: 2 – 8 Sept

From the injustice in this world, to the blossom of hope in the most deserted places.

POW bring to you the best of this week’s photos, without bothering to look for them.

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