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Φωτογραφίζοντας την καθημερινότητα του κόσμου - Μια γυναίκα περνάει μπροστά από κατεστραμμένο κτίριο στη Συρία

Φωτογραφίζοντας την καθημερινότητα του κόσμου - Μια γυναίκα περνάει μπροστά από κατεστραμμένο κτίριο στη Συρία

<b>Marco Longari</b></br><br> "It was shortly after I traveled to Aleppo that I went trying to photograph at a checkpoint in the old city. By mid-morning, I saw this man. He approached an FSA checkpoint. Gunfire, although sporadic, was directed at everyone trying to cross the street. <br><br> He arrived, bags of groceries in hand, dignified. A civil servant, a teacher — an ordinary Syrian taking care of his family's needs. When I saw him there hesitating, I thought of what would have been…

<b>Marco Longari</b></br><br> "It was shortly after I traveled to Aleppo that I went trying to photograph at a checkpoint in the old city. By mid-morning, I saw this man. He approached an FSA checkpoint. Gunfire, although sporadic, was directed at everyone trying to cross the street. <br><br> He arrived, bags of groceries in hand, dignified. A civil servant, a teacher — an ordinary Syrian taking care of his family's needs. When I saw him there hesitating, I thought of what would have been…

Herman and I had to walk several kilometers to get our groseries, I must say he did most of the walking. walking carrying groceries bags

Herman and I had to walk several kilometers to get our groseries, I must say he did most of the walking. walking carrying groceries bags

A Turkish nazar, an amulet believed to protect against the evil eye.  They are common in many countries (Turkey, Albania, Greece, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Armenia, Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq and Azerbaijan) and found hung in homes, offices and cars, for example.  by Marco Brown

A Turkish nazar, an amulet believed to protect against the evil eye. They are common in many countries (Turkey, Albania, Greece, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Armenia, Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq and Azerbaijan) and found hung in homes, offices and cars, for example. by Marco Brown

Car tires burn during clashes between Palestinian demonstrators and Israeli soldiers in Hebron on April 3, 2013. Palestinians across the West Bank and Gaza were observing a general strike, with prisoners refusing food to mourn the death of a fellow inmate in an Israeli jail. Photo by Marco Longari/Getty Images

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Car tires burn during clashes between Palestinian demonstrators and Israeli soldiers in Hebron on April 3, 2013. Palestinians across the West Bank and Gaza were observing a general strike, with prisoners refusing food to mourn the death of a fellow inmate in an Israeli jail. Photo by Marco Longari/Getty Images

A Palestinian demonstrator throws a Molotov cocktail toward Israeli security forces during clashes in the West Bank city of Hebron on April 4, 2013. Clashes rocked the West Bank as thousands attended the funerals of a prisoner and two teenagers shot dead by Israeli troops. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said the killings jeopardized U.S. efforts to rekindle peace talks. Photo by Marco Longari/Getty Images

Arresting Images Syria, Easter, and More

A Palestinian demonstrator throws a Molotov cocktail toward Israeli security forces during clashes in the West Bank city of Hebron on April 4, 2013. Clashes rocked the West Bank as thousands attended the funerals of a prisoner and two teenagers shot dead by Israeli troops. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said the killings jeopardized U.S. efforts to rekindle peace talks. Photo by Marco Longari/Getty Images

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