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Photographing Syria's horrors
February 9th, 2012
11:38 PM ET

Photographing Syria's horrors

Syria has restricted journalists from entering the country, so it has been difficult to document the horrors of this conflict. But has posted some chilling photos commissioned by Time Magazine. Here is the link to those photos by Alessio Romenzi.

Filed under: backstory • journalists • photography • Syria
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  1. Beiby

    nice to see another ndsteut on my blog leaving me a quality comment.I agree with you everyone in 2KM and 2KJ have really improved at blogging. That means their reading, writing and spelling has improved a lot too!See you tomorrow,Mrs M rris

    March 26, 2012 at 5:43 am | Report abuse |
    • Alex

      There seems to be a common thared running through these attempts at change regimes. Those in the ME that were pro or ambivalent about Iran seem to be on the teeter-totter as well as those, excepting Saudi, that have tried to be perhaps too accommodating in the past re the USA.It's something like the double con job poker game on the train to Chicago in "The Sting". There is more than just a really crooked deal upcoming. If I was Israel, I would expect to be "Gadaffied" one of these days with an all star cast of leftists, Israeli Arabs, Palestinians, et al, sobbing and rending their garments and putting on a great show while the MSM laps it all up.

      July 26, 2012 at 7:39 am | Report abuse |
  2. Julian

    Who funds the wars? Is it the Fed Reserve, the IMF, the World Bank? Is the Fed part of the World Bank, or the IMF? The same '?' for IMF and WB. Who is funding NATO, and the nanotis of NATO. I know how the banks get their money, but what banks are rolling out the credit for these wars, or the military industrial complex? Anything, from anyone would be great.Doesn't Iran already have a central bank? I know Libya did not, among other things it did not have.

    August 27, 2012 at 10:31 pm | Report abuse |