A child in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, as seen by Chilean photographer Julio Etchart, who has documented the toys children play with the world over.
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A bullethole in shattered glass: an image of everyday violence in Guatemala City, by local photographer Sandra Sebastian.
Postcards from ravaged Beirut: a unique living art project by pyromaniac photographer Abdallah Farah.
A song of the soul from Dhaka, Bangladesh, clicked by Shahadat Parvez.
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.
The dignity of a poet resident at a senior citizen shelter in Kathmandu, Nepal, captured by Shehab Uddin.
I was on an assignment at Domra Kanda, an asylum for the mentally ill in Kishoreganj, Bangladesh, where the only medications provided are these ‘medallions’ filled with spiritual spells and ‘blessed water’ from traditional spiritual healers.
Blood of the Martyr is a photo taken early in the Iranian revolution of 1979 by Kaveh Golestan, who was killed in Iraq in 2003 while working for the BBC.
A watchmaker in old Mumbai, captured by Indian photographer Pablo Bartholomew
The dream of dance, captured by Sri Lanka’s Dhanushka Amarasekara.
Filed in: Sri Lanka