New Internationalist

Southern Exposure

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Tatiana Cardeal

Street children reaching for fish in Nairobi, captured by Brazilian photographer Tatiana Cardeal

Filed in: Kenya

Bike in Palestine

Boy with bike and gas mask in Ramallah, Palestine

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Abir Abdullah

Bangladeshi photographer Abir Abdullah draws inspiration from a disabled badminton player.

Filed in: Bangladesh and Disability

Helga Kohl

A ghost town of sand, as seen by Namibian photographer Helga Kohl.

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Kingsley Maigwa

Uses oil or acrylic paint on canvas but likes to experiment using fabric and other materials to add a third dimension to the people of southeast Malawi.

Filed in: Africa

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Julio Etchart

A child in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, as seen by Chilean photographer Julio Etchart, who has documented the toys children play with the world over.

Sandra Sebastian

A bullethole in shattered glass: an image of everyday violence in Guatemala City, by local photographer Sandra Sebastian.

Abdallah Farah

Postcards from ravaged Beirut: a unique living art project by pyromaniac photographer Abdallah Farah.

Shahadat Parvez

A song of the soul from Dhaka, Bangladesh, clicked by Shahadat Parvez.

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Julio Etchart

Julio Etchart documents a world of toys and games from the factory to the playground, from rich kids to humble shanty town and rural children.

Shehab Uddin

The dignity of a poet resident at a senior citizen shelter in Kathmandu, Nepal, captured by Shehab Uddin.

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