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COC ‘Industry Insight’ event features former presidential photographer

The Signal 17 Feb 2021
“Mr. Souza’s work has documented some of the most important images of our lifetime ... 1 on the New York Times bestseller list in 2017. In addition to his work in national politics, Souza has traveled the globe capturing stories. Shortly after 9/11, he was among the first journalists to cover the fall of Kabul, Afghanistan ... At 5 p.m ... .
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Steve McCurry Merges Art and Photojournalism

WhoWhatWhy 31 Jan 2021
He first crossed clandestinely by foot into Nuristan in eastern Afghanistan in June 1979, accompanied by two members of the mujahideen, or holy warriors, as guerrillas resisting the communist Kabul regime were calling themselves ... Afghan soldiers in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 2016 ... Companion piece to the photograph above of Afghan soldiers in Kabul.
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Iran dismisses US claim about mistreatment of Afghan migrants as bitter joke

Press TV 06 May 2020
“What happened to Afghan nationals in Herat is tragic and unrelated to Iran, but the US regime’s allegation against Iran is a ‘bitter joke.’ The regime is a war criminal in Afghanistan and the state sponsor of terrorism across the globe,” read the tweet.
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Unsung ‘second-line’ virus workers

The News International 30 Apr 2020
For the most part, it’s done without more than a mask, hand gel and distancing measures ... For some, it’s about not going hungry at a time when the pandemic has torpedoed economies, sending millions into unemployment across the globe. Afghan Zainab Sharifi, a 45-year-old mother-of-seven working at a Kabul bakery, said she didn’t have a choice ... .
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International cooperation needed now

Arkansas Online 19 Apr 2020
The increasingly voluminous and speedy transfers of people, goods, money and ideas around the globe benefited people worldwide ... The financial crises in 1998 and 2008 reverberated around the globe, cutting jobs and growth. Terrorists plotted attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan, trained in Hamburg, Germany, and struck in New York City ... Computer hackers in St.
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Commentary: Amid the pandemic, a sobering lesson. More, not less, international cooperation needed

West Hawaii Today 12 Apr 2020
ADVERTISING ... The increasingly voluminous and speedy transfers of people, goods, money and ideas around the globe benefited people worldwide ... The financial crises in 1998 and 2008 reverberated around the globe, cutting jobs and growth. Terrorists plotted attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan, trained in Hamburg, Germany, and struck in New York City ... .
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Eugene Robinson: If Trump won't lead, Pelosi will

The Saratogian 30 Oct 2019
The recent viral photograph of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pointing her finger at President Trump and reading him the riot act reflected a larger reality ... That was the message of Pelosi's trip, aimed not just at leaders in Amman and Kabul but at allies around the globe who wonder if the United States is still worthy of their trust ... For nothing ... ....
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Eugene Robinson | If Trump won’t lead, Pelosi will

Santa Cruz Sentinel 25 Oct 2019
If Trump won’t responsibly lead the nation, Pelosi will. The president has pretty much ceased being president ... Does anyone imagine that Trump even knows where DOT is? ... That was the message of Pelosi’s trip, aimed not just at leaders in Amman and Kabul but at allies around the globe who wonder if the United States is still worthy of their trust ... .
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If Trump won't lead, Pelosi will

Index-Journal 21 Oct 2019
WASHINGTON -- Last week's viral photograph of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pointing her finger at President Trump and reading him the riot act reflected a larger reality ... That was the message of Pelosi's trip, aimed not just at leaders in Amman and Kabul but at allies around the globe who wonder if the United States is still worthy of their trust ... ....
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Teen activist vows that if U.N. doesn't tackle climate change, 'we will never forgive you'

Omaha World-Herald 23 Sep 2019
Across the globe, hundreds of thousands of young people took to the streets Friday to demand that leaders tackle climate change in the run-up to a U.N ... In Canberra and Kabul, Cape Town and Berlin, and across the globe, hundreds of thousands of people took the streets Friday to demand that leaders tackle climate change in the run-up to a U.N.
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