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832-235068 - Cemetery of the Croatian soldiers killed in the defence of the city Vukovar by military attacks on the city from the JNA-supported Serbs in the Croatian War of Independence, in Vukovar, Croatia
1116-11271 - Thanksgiving plaques on a shrine at the Difunta Correa Sanctuary, Vallecito, San Juan, Argentina. La Difunta Correa is the most popular of Argentina's folk saints. She was a woman whose husband was forcibly recruited around the year 1840, during the Argentine civil wars. Becoming sick, he was then abandoned by partisans. In an attempt to reach her sick husband, Deolinda took her baby and followed the tracks of the partisans through the desert of San Juan Province. When her supplies ran out, she died. Her body was found days later by gauchos, however they found the baby still alive, feeding from the deceased woman's miraculously ever-full breast. Once the folk tale became known, her devout followers believe her to perform miracles and intercede for the living. Cattle keepers and truck drivers create small altars throughout Argentina and leave bottles of water as votive offerings.
1116-11272 - Thanksgiving plaques on a shrine at the Difunta Correa Sanctuary, Vallecito, San Juan, Argentina. La Difunta Correa is the most popular of Argentina's folk saints. She was a woman whose husband was forcibly recruited around the year 1840, during the Argentine civil wars. Becoming sick, he was then abandoned by partisans. In an attempt to reach her sick husband, Deolinda took her baby and followed the tracks of the partisans through the desert of San Juan Province. When her supplies ran out, she died. Her body was found days later by gauchos, however they found the baby still alive, feeding from the deceased woman's miraculously ever-full breast. Once the folk tale became known, her devout followers believe her to perform miracles and intercede for the living. Cattle keepers and truck drivers create small altars throughout Argentina and leave bottles of water as votive offerings.
857-63358 - Young boy with a dead frog he found. Gbolokai is a small town of a few hundred people 20 minutes off the main road near Totota, all of its inhabitants fled during the long brutal civil war and have slowly returned after 2005 to try and rebuild their lives.
857-63356 - Young mother working outside her home with her young son in the background playing with an old bike rim. Gbolokai is a small town of a few hundred people 20 minutes off the main road near Totota, all of its inhabitants fled during the long brutal civil war and have slowly returned after 2005 to try and rebuild their lives.
857-63372 - Sonie Zaima, 36 yrs old, teaches a course on how to use a sewing machine in a local womans center in Voinjama, Liberia. After the long civil war employment opportunities remain few and capacity building a priority.
857-63406 - Portrait of a young Liberian man, Thomas Grant, in a carpentery workshop. After the long civil war employment opportunities remain few and capacity building a priority.
857-63357 - Young girl smiling. Gbolokai is a small town of a few hundred people 20 minutes off the main road near Totota, all of its inhabitants fled during the long brutal civil war and have slowly returned after 2005 to try and rebuild their lives.
857-63360 - Portrait of a young boy wearing bright orange glasses and a sling shot around his neck. Gbolokai is a small town of a few hundred people 20 minutes off the main road near Totota, all of its inhabitants fled during the long brutal civil war and have slowly returned after 2005 to try and rebuild their lives.
857-47727 - Buddhists nuns lighting lamps at the Kalutara Temple. In September 2011, two years after the end of civil war, emergency rule was lifted and Sri lanka seems to be on the road to recovery with the increase of tourism.
857-47733 - A highly decorated elephant parades during Esala Perahera, The festival of the tooth. The Buddist festival is a combination of a ritual asking the gods for rain and the bringing of the Buddha's tooth to Sri Lanka. In September 2011, two years after the end of civil war, emergency rule was lifted and Sri lanka seems to be on the road to recovery with the increase of tourism.
1195-11 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-1 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital . wounds due to boiling water for tea . lots of kids get burned by open flames fires into the camp as they play around without parents control
1195-12 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-4 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-14 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital .malnourrish child
1195-2 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-9 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-7 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-6 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-5 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-13 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-10 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-8 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital
1195-3 - Kenya,dadaab refugees camp, somalian border gtz hospital ,the camps were set up around the town of dadaab beginning in 1991 when civil wars erupted on a grand scale in somalia (16 rival factions were involved). The wars, along with a prolonged drought, forced more than 900,000 somalis to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 400,000 of them, many of whom were in a serious state of exhaustion and starvation, took refuge in kenya. Since then, a majority have returned to their country. However, some 131,000 somalis remain in kenya, and 110,000 are in dadaab, along with some sudanese, ugandans, and about 3,000 ethiopians women waiting the receive care from gtz ngo at the local hospital