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An Iraqi woman carries her young child on the outskirts of Basra as she flees with others from this southern Iraqi town Sunday, March 30, 2003. http://web.mit.edu/humancostiraq/photos.html

MIT web site puts human face on Iraq war

Civilian woman and children

Civilian woman and children

Iraqi Females at a Checkpoint

Checkpoints have become commonplace here in Iraq in efforts to provide security and detect crime or terrorist activity.

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US and Iraqi soldiers securing the area after a bomb explosion

Coalition soldier talks with Iraqi civilians

Coalition Soldier Talks with Iraqi Civilians

Iraqi farmer in khaki with traditional headress

Iraqi farmers ask for compensation for harvests that could have been

Soldiers near a bombing site

Soldiers near a bombing site

Civilian woman walks past bombed out courthouse

New Bombings, Same Questions

After bombings, like the devastating attacks on Tuesday, conspiracy theories have a way of solidifying quickly among Iraqis.

Iraqi farmers in white (they are sheep dipping)

Iraqi farmers in white (they are sheep dipping)

Iraqi children

Iraqi children

Afghanistan: an utterly unrequited travel love affair.   Read the blog: http://www.subequator.com/the-travel-urge-that-wont-go-away-afghanistan

Afghanistan: an utterly unrequited travel love affair.

Afghanistan is a main setting in The Nammu Nia Stones. Even today, women still cover head to toe in burkas.

Darlaman Palace in the west of Kabul, Afghanistan by crazymaq

6 March 2015 Community members of the Nuer tribe stand among their cattle at a smoky traditional cattle camp at dawn at the town of Nyal, an administrative hub in Unity state, South Sudan TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images

Holi festival of colours: Google Doodle celebrates the Hindu festival

Striking photos taken by AFP photojournalists around the world

Afghan Green - Afghanistan   僕が旅した国の中で、アフガニスタンほど女性を撮るのが難しい国はなかった。ある程度の年齢に達すると、女性は皆ブルカやチャドルで顔を隠してしまうからだ。それでもアフガニスタンで写真を撮るのは楽しかった。とにかく男達が力強く、生き生きとした目をしていて、その姿が美しかったからだ。

Photograph Afghan Green by Masashi Mitsui on

Life on a #Kashmir farm? :) | cc: @imsabbah | Photo by Steve Mc Curry

A Young Kashmiri Girl Enjoys Evening Tea During Harvest Time in the Rice Fields.

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