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Tunisian presidentti Zine El Abidine Ben Ali (toinen vas.) kävi katsomassa katukauppias Muhammed Bouazizia sairaalassa 28. joulukuuta 2010. Bouazizi kuoli itse aiheuttamiinsa palovammoihin, ja tapauksen lietsomat mielenosoitukset saivat Ben Alin pakenemaan maasta.

Former Tunisian President Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali (second left) visits Mohamed Al Bouazzizi (right) at the hospital in Ben Arous near Tunis on December Source: Handout from Tunisian Presidency of Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali.

Landscape in the Dominican Republic.

This photo from Puerto Plata, West is titled 'landscape in the Dominican Republic'.

This Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph of the Kent State shootings is an example of a utilitarian ethical position, which holds that photojournalists are obligated to provide any and all information to the people, even if it's tragic or gruesome.

This Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph of the Kent State shootings is an example of a utilitarian ethical position, which holds that photojournalists are obligated to provide any and all information to the people, even if it's tragic or gruesome.

Syrians Refugees

hawamisch: “fnhfal: “War in Syria ” This isn’t just “War in Syria”. This is the mass exodus of people from Yarmouk, a Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus that has been under siege by the Assad government and military since Yarmouk, where ISIS.

Adolf Hitler and Francisco Franco, Hendaye train station, France, 23 Oct 1940

Adolf Hitler and Francisco Franco, Hendaye train station, France, 23 Oct 1940

Afghan women turn out to vote in the first democratic transfer of power the country has ever seen. [2014]

DEMOCRACY IN AFGHANISTAN Women line up to vote in Afghanistan's 2014 presidential election, the first democratic transfer of power in the country's history. -- Defining Moments: 35 Unforgettable Photos of a New Century

Muslim extremists kill our priests, burn our churches and kidnap our women: How Egypt's Arab Spring dream descended into a nightmare of religious hatred

Muslim extremists kill our priests, burn our churches and kidnap our women: How Egypt's Arab Spring dream descended into a nightmare of religious hatred

Arab Spring, Priest, A Nightmare, Muslim, Islamic, Egypt, Religion, Politics, Islam

Marie Colvin

War Correspondent Marie Colvin's $1.85 Million Diss Makes Us Miss Her Even More

Clockwise from top left: Protesters in Tahrir Square in Cairo; Demonstrators marching through Habib Bourguiba Avenue in Tunis; Political dissidents in Sana'a; Protesters gathering in Pearl Roundabout in Manama; Mass Demonstration in Douma; Demonstrators in Bayda.

The Arab Spring is a name given to the revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests occurring in the Arab world that began on 18 December Also known as the The Arab Revolutions

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