Remembering Brazilian slavery in the capoeira dance, photographed by Tatiana Cardeal.
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Displaced children in Darfur, as seen by Bangladeshi photographer Shehzad Noorani.
Facing up to Algeria’s riot police, by local photographer Samir Sid.
Burqa and doves, by pioneering female Afghan photographer Farzana Wahidy.
Street children reaching for fish in Nairobi, captured by Brazilian photographer Tatiana Cardeal
Filed in: Kenya
Boy with bike and gas mask in Ramallah, Palestine
Bangladeshi photographer Abir Abdullah draws inspiration from a disabled badminton player.
A ghost town of sand, as seen by Namibian photographer Helga Kohl.
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
- July 25, 2007
A child in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, as seen by Chilean photographer Julio Etchart, who has documented the toys children play with the world over.
A bullethole in shattered glass: an image of everyday violence in Guatemala City, by local photographer Sandra Sebastian.