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  1. M.I. at |

    Very touching, great list!

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    1. cvconan at |

      ok people , i see alot of tension here , here is my bit,,,,,watch what happens to the world in the next ten years, populations are out of controll , pollution , fossile fules drying up , unemployment, americia about to fall because there economy is seriously screwed,many species are getting extinct each and every day,this is nothing compared to whats comming, mark my words, we are all in for a massive global change , and we all sit here and bitch about this or that like jackals fighting over a corpse,and nothing gets done , serously , prepare for whats comming .

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      1. Danielle at |

        Your spelling and grammar should be added to the list you made.

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      2. Jade at |

        You’re on the right track, but how can you expect people to take you seriously unless you can spell..?

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      3. ProfessorExpert at |

        Quite false what you said.

        Population is not out-of-control; in fact, the opposite is the problem. We do not have neough people to pay the debt with which our politicians have cursed our countries.

        Pollution is like racism — there are pockets of it, and when it rears its ugly head, it becomes incredible front page news. Being it so rare now.

        Liberalism, the religion, requires hyperbole in order to justify its existence. Don’t give in to it.

        Your spelling is not a problem for me.

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  2. andreea at |

    Images that are impossible to ignore… touching indeed

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    1. amer at |

      take photos of what Israel doing to Palestinian people .
      and don’t act like you care please .
      because you don’t or else you would have taken photos of Palestinian children long time ago

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      1. hewey at |

        this is not the place for a political stand!

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        1. Michael at |

          Wake up man anywhere is a place to take a political stand when no one else will Mr. Sheeple.

          Israel indiscriminately kills Palestinian civilians, uses weapons BANNED BY THE UN like WHITE PHOSPHOROUS bombs to ATTACK civilians, bulldozes whole neighborhoods, allows heavily armed groups of Israeli military families called “settlers” to build huge walled villages in the best plots of land in the west bank ILLEGALLY, and encloses entire Palestinian villiges with 20 concrete walls creating the worlds largest open air prisons!

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          1. JMats at |

            Then why don’t they leave. They have 20+ arab states to go join their brothers and celebrate the most intolerant faith in the world – Islam. Israel allows people of all faiths to be free. The so called Palestinians are lead by those whom only want to destroy the state of Israel. Israel really should just force them into Jordan , the real Palestinians state.

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          2. Michael at |

            Yeah just kick them off of their own land again! How about kicking the Israeli’s out? its not their land bro. They stole it.

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          3. Dave at |

            I suspect you have absolutely no idea what you are talking about. I won’t spend half an hour typing the history behind Israel and Palestine, so will provide a link that will hopefully educate narrow-minded individuals such as yourself to the TRUE story behind the alleged “occupation”. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f81j5Zk-GSA

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          4. MayS at |

            How About To kick Israel To You Land ??
            Because Its our Country PALESTINE Not Israel

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          5. Jstarusa at |

            Funny, I thought they were blast walls for protection! Silly me.

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      2. Jstarusa at |

        What about the Israel children killed by the Palestinian rockets, etc. There are no winners in a war! Any loss of life is tragic…

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        1. Arthur at |

          The tragedy of the ethnic cleansing and genocide against the Palestinians is that it is happening right now and continues unabated. Anyone who can support what is being done to the Palestinians is evil and no twisting of the truth will change that irrefutable fact. The American government is dominated by the “Israel First” traitors who are not serving the interests of the American people. Traitors should be dealt with appropriately.

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          1. art at |

            I sure hope a higher power will prevail in everyones suffering and bring peace.

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        2. Nawaf at |

          U mean like 1 get killed every day

          U compare that to palestinian’s children

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    2. waleed malik at |

      these are very shocked photos in the world that shocked all the people

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  3. Stacked Stone at |

    tragic

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  4. Alexandria Baucco at |

    I feel like Kevin Carter’s 1994 picture of the starving boy in Africa deserves some honorable mention. That was the most emotionally charged piece of photojournalism I’ve ever seen, and it also won the Pultzer prize.

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    1. BluDiamond at |

      The raven photo speaks a thousand words. Yes it should be in this list.

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      1. Henrietta Langeveldt at |

        I fully agree. That picture of the bird waiting for the child to die is bitterly disturbing, but showed us the reality of the situation. It should be on this list…….

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        1. Fiona-Jayne Massie at |

          For one thing, it was a girl that was photographed, not a boy.

          But I definitely agree. Kevin Carter’s photo is usually voted as one of the most – if not the most – shocking Pulitzer Prize winning photo of all time. It has such a rich and controversial history. Many accounts suggest that Carter waited 20 minutes for the vulture to open its wings, in order to create a more striking and menacing image instead of helping the toddler get to a feeding centre. João Silva, who accompanied Carter to Sudan, refutes this claim, but considering Carter committed suicide just over a year later… Dunno, there’s a lot going on. The photo has so much pain, suffering and sadness surrounding it.

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          1. PaulRalte at |

            That photo was so touching, I felt a lump in my throat the first time i saw it.

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    2. Marisa at |

      Oh my goodness, that was probably one of the saddest pictures I have ever seen. It just further pushes the point that life is not fair in any way shape or form. It just helps to think that, that little boy is in a better place.

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    3. tamirvine at |

      Kevin Carter committed suicide after taking that film after word got out that he spent over twenty minutes arranging the photograph before taking it (and in the meantime selfishly prolonging the child’s suffering). Powerful photo but the cost of the message over the singular dignity and need of a starving child makes it a noxious and exploitative piece of photography that cannot be endorsed.

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      1. Valerie at |

        That so called “noxious piece of photography,” that you refer to started a world wide campaining called, “Life Aid.” Thats why it won an award… the photographer committed suicide because of the public revolt towards him. He obviously was a very sensitive guy to begin with and the bad publicity caused him to take his own life.

        The publicity stirred whole nations into action. But obnoxious people like you will never realise that. for what it’s worth. You would rather not see the bad things that go on in the world and would rather they were hiddne then you can live life and not worry about the thousands of deaths that take place every day due to people starving. What a sick twist and a joke .

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      2. Jade at |

        No he didn’t. He took his life because he couldn’t stand watching the world die, he couldn’t live with the hundreds of thousands of images in his mind from his time in Africa, and he DID help that little girl, he did get rid of the bird and he DID so much good in his life he is rolling in his grave to think all he’s remembered for is one photograph and a warped story that is mostly falsity… Get it together and before you voice an opinion, perhaps you should get your facts strait.

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  5. Timeea at |

    Unfortunately, the most famous pictures are the most tragic moments in history. The touching photo of the starving Sudanese child is one of the most ‘famous’ pictures in the world, so we thought to share some less known yet powerful images.

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    1. lovely at |

      wow?

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  6. Susan at |

    The buried kid freaks me out, it’s a beautiful picture, tough.

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    1. HIMANSHU at |

      the worst photograph ever , i can feel the pain , IM FROM BHOPAL

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    2. Ericka at |

      This are some powerful images… mostly the children pictures… WOW it is admirable of photographers to go around the world and being there at the right moment to capture history.

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    3. Beautiful at |

      I also think that it is such a sad and beautiful picture. But i stopped and thought, what if that was my baby…. dead.

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  7. Heather at |

    Well, that Israeli woman now knows how it feels when your land is taken away from you – by force – like what the Israelis did to the Palestinians.

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    1. Alexis at |

      This picture was not for your intensions of revenge or satisfaction of any way. You’re truely sick for saying such a thing. This picture shows the pain and agony they suffered. It should not make you smile or be at peace in any way.

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      1. blah at |

        Give me a break. If only you knew the hell israliens have been putting palestines through. Do we need a tragic picture for you to relate to what he said or something?

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        1. DarkDazeys at |

          I suggest you watch Paradise Now, Alexis. It’ll give you a small glimpse of what Blah is talking about.

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          1. beth at |

            i agree and honestly if you guys want to blame someone for this, blame europe and the sykes-picot agreement early 20th century.

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          2. 'Mouse at |

            Hey Dark, how’s about you go and try to live on a plot of land surrounded by nations with an extreme intolerance for any religion that isn’t theirs and see how you like it? I’m sure it’d be just dandy.

            After all, it’s not like you’d be forced to fight for your own life or anything. Why would you need to do that?

            (/)_-)

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          3. DarkDazeys at |

            Clearly, Mouse, you didn’t read what I said.

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        2. Mphone at |

          You mean, like when the Romans burnt down Jerusalem and kicked Israel out? Then renamed the area Palestine just to irk the Jews? Yeah, like that?

          But what am I saying. That doesn’t count right? I mean, it was done to the Israeli’s right? So, no harm?

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          1. Kindler at |

            Yeah, so if a Native American came to your house and said, “Hey…my people lived here hundreds of years ago, and because of my religion, I have a right to your house. Get out.” I am sure you would oblige.

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          2. Marisa at |

            Supposedly there were people living here long before the Native Americans came here. I don’t really want to get involved, just trying to uncharge the situation. It’s a crazy and ridiculous world of survival of the fittest or whatever you want to call it. I don’t think we would know what to do if there was everlasting peace.

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    2. Love Your Neighbour at |

      Do on to others as you would have them do onto you! We are humans, not black/white/asian etc. this is OUR earth. Revenge no matter what the reason leaves everyone empty! So what you’re saying is that we should all go kill and torture German people because some sick Germans did that to other people? I pray for you that you find it in your heart to be more compassionate towards your fellow man no matter what their race/religion/orientation etc. God Bless!

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      1. Marisa at |

        Amen

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    3. Bobby Jean at |

      Heather, you know so little of history. Israel PURCHASED their land .. when it was an arid, seemingly uninhabitable piece of desert that no one wanted. Once it was developed, anti-Jewish groups began to send in ‘settlers’ to say the land was taken by force. The rest was spoils of war. Educate yourself.

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      1. What hv u done Israel!!! at |

        If u think that Palestine had desert and Israel done a great job in it then ur mind hv something wrong with it. Israel ambassador in UK want to explain why they ruin whouse and steel farms from Palestinian. If u say that most of the Palestine counrty is uninhabitable they u lieing and just. Proves

        http://www.middleastpost.com/wp-content/gallery/salata/palestinian-loss-of-land.jpg

        Dont give me the crop talk like they done grat job How the hell is that with 60 years they stool most of the Palestine country. Before Most of the jews that trown in Palestine , there were Jews already there where they lived with Arab Muslims togather without any problem. U the 1 who doesnt know anyting except what TV tells u.

        Just type in google imges ( Israel Army ruins homes )

        Pictures

        A guy bauried in his ruins of his home
        http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_j1WCY4T_2yI/S-ZZnEKygcI/AAAAAAAAKNQ/xaQ4Z5TPTqg/s1600/Israeli+Michael+Duwer+is+buried+alive+in+the+ruins+of+his+home+shortly+after+it+was+hit+by+an+Iraqi+Scud+missile+February+12,+1991,+in+the+town+of+Savyon,+Israel..jpg

        Mother and her child without a home to rutern to
        http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/gaza-was-demolished-in-three-weeks-rebuilding-it-will-take-years-1451411.html

        Her is the trees from farms where cutten while u said it is a desert
        http://uprootedpalestinians.blogspot.com/2010/10/talmud-at-work-israel-level-two-homes.html

        Alot of hose ruins by guns ..ets
        http://www.demotix.com/news/210978/palestinians-have-live-their-destroyed-homes

        Now can u convince me that they didnt take anything by force???

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      2. Arthur at |

        Bobby Jean, educate yourself Bobby Jean. Real Jews originally slaughtered in indigenous population of Canaan more than 2000 years ago. But the European Jews who have “returned” to Palestine have very little blood relationship to the Biblical Jews who bragged in their own Bible about how they butchered every man, woman, and child in Canaan. The newcomers first murdered Palestinians in mass to terrorize others to flee. Then they bought out a few others, but have continued to terrorize the Palestinians, and continue to steal their land today, in spite of your ignoramus proclamations to the contrary.

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    4. Ledeven at |

      She’s just an innocent woman, don’t involve everyone in war, because it’s not their fault

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    5. Gale at |

      Oh please, I’m sick and tired of Palestinians and their claim that Israel took the land they are on away from the Palestinians. Never happened, they’ve always been there. The Palestinians need to get over themselves and be happy with what they have. This constant fighting and pushing and shoving accomplishes nothing but costs many lives every year. Shouldn’t surprise anyone though, the Arab nations are a war like people and always will be, it’s in their blood.

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      1. bri at |

        seriously… anyone of arabic blood has war in their blood? ok the UN made israel on where they assumed the original Israel was in order for people of hebrew nationality in europe to have a place to go after WWII… palestinians have been around since before the Jews since Jews are only the descendants of Juda only 2 of the 12 tribes kept any of that claim of being Israelites and actually technically have no right to the land since the bible says they were not the chosen ones and were punished for turning from him… now if there is a UN mandate that was agreed to who gets which land then there is absolutly no reason for palestine to be completely taken over and have so called “settlers” destroying their land… the fighting is because of greed and ppl fighting to keep what is theirs… we need to enforce rulings made by the UN like it is the law and then everyone can live more at peace

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      2. What hv u done Israel!!! at |

        With all the evidence in front ur eyes and the real history that explain everything u just keep on ignore the truth. Am an Arab and I had never figh or even think of killing human but still u think u know ppl and that’s that.

        If u think that Arab r the real war nations then ask ur self ignornt Fool who did creat Hamas?? It was the F Israel !!! they chose Shiia ppl and group them to kill the other Sinna Muslims but the wepon that they creat become their enemy.

        See this F up calculation
        http://middleeast.about.com/od/israelandpalestine/a/me090126.htm
        “” Besides killing between 1,200 and 1,500 Palestinians, most of them civilians and 40 percent of them women and children (compared with 13 Israelis, most of them soldiers) Israel’s 22-day war against Hamas in December 2008 and January 2009 “”

        If some1 defend his home them Israel hv the right 2 kill anything that moves to revenge their Soliders whoms already killing Civilians.

        A real Case: An Israel soldier after finishing his work, collect everything he can as a wepons from guns to anything and get in a bus full with Palestinians civilians and start killing them 4 no reason. At last some Palestinians defend themselves and killed the soliders( 4 Men ) and with all the eye wittnesses and all they hv to go to court 2 this day becuse the court isnt convinced with all the eveidence that r filling BOXES all over the room agains that solider and this was self defence but still they r not innocent 2 this day. So I ask myself isnt their right to denfend themselve and just give up and been killed?

        SERCH….SEE 4 UR self…. Then talk casue all I can see infront of me is a Media slave which been brainwashed.

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  8. maroua at |

    well said.

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  9. LB at |

    The last picture of the girl stuck in the mud…there were people videotaping her and taking pictures of her dying…was there no way to get her out? Did anyone even attempt to help her? Seems rather gruesome to me. They practically used that poor girls death as entertainment.

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    1. Alex at |

      I believe she was stuck under the water by very heavy stuff. They needed machines to get her out. A video camera can be carried by one man over rubble. A crane? Not so much.

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    2. marius at |

      She was trapped, the only way to get her was to amputate her legs, which would’ve killed because they didn’t have the necesarry medical care for such a case.

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      1. taylor at |

        I’m not sure if this is true or not, but they said when she passed away and they freed her, they discovered her siblings, who had passed away, were clinging to her legs. But I know for a fact that they said amputation would have killed her.

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    3. John at |

      first, sorry if my english is “wear or something” I know just a few words.

      Im colombian, and I know how she suffer, many people try to help her, but was impossible cuz a wall squash his legs, and she stay thats 3 days over his knees. Marius say that “the only way to get her was to amputate her legs, which would’ve killed because they didn’t have the necesarry medical care for such a case” well that is not true, we had a necesary medical care, but was impossible to amputate her legs due to so many water.

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      1. Jenn Hunt at |

        I would have had to put that poor baby out of her misery

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      2. Ericka at |

        I’m Colombian too… THAT was a very sad story, not only because is a poor country of scarse resources, the fact of the matter remains that in 3 days time help had arrived to help this child, it wasn’t only the hypothermia but also the risk of crush syndrome. I think the must awful part was the fact that she was concious and in pain during the whole ordeal. we can only hope that God helped her pain a little bit and her story inspires the world to appreciate life and become a better person everyday….

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  10. Stacey at |

    “….we thought to share some less known yet powerful images.”

    Thank you for doing this, I was getting tired of seeing the same top 10 lists with the same photos. (Found your site with SU)

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    1. TopTenz Master at |

      Thanks for noticing, Stacey. Sometimes a top 10 list has been done so many times it becomes less effective. So we cheat a little and do our our top 10 list for variety. Glad you appreciated it.

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  11. Kave at |

    Oh, my HEART goes out to the POOR illegal settlers!

    *rolls eyes*

    Those settlers are not civilians. They are armed, illegal occupiers who signed up for Israel’s ethnic cleansing policy. And im not even talking in a symbolic or metaphorical sense of collective guilt (unlike Israel inflicts on Palestinians), I quite LITERALLY mean that they are an armed force. Israel tries repeatedly to claim settler deaths are “civilian” and their killers “terrorists”, but they quite literally are an occupying, armed force authorised by the government. Germans killing and removing French citizens from French homes and moving in themselves during WW2 would be no less “civilians” than these settlers are.

    The hilarious irony being that those photos of the “clash” were widely distributed through conservative Israeli media that SUPPORTED the same conservative politicians who ordered the settlers out. Again boosting outrage and further support for the settlements at home while maintaining a pitiful faux appeasement visage to the rest of the world.

    The disgusting part being that no-one outside of zionist apartheid supporters found that photo to have “shocked the world”. Illegal settlements are STILL going on, STILL support by the Israeli government and STILL growing. Those in the picture just happened to be the most illegal out of them all, so much so that even Israel’s own supreme court (with a hard push from repeated UN warnings) couldn’t gather enough lies to support the ones pictured.

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    1. Terry at |

      Agreed! Israel has got to be the most hypocritical political entity on this planet! Why put this picture up here? Israelis aren’t starving to death or victims of natural disasters, they are victims of their own policies!!!

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      1. blah at |

        Israelians love to portray themselves as victims. Millions of people died in wars but to this day, it’s the jews who constantly bring up and cry about holocaust like only their people matter. They simply feel superior to non-jews that the world has to stop and mourn over and over again for any harm done to their people.

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        1. What name at |

          I agree with you blah. I don’t have anything against Jewish people. What I hate the most is, if you say anything about Jewish people you’re automatically an anti Jew.

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    2. James at |

      That’s people being kicked out of their homes because of retarded bureaucracy and the ‘poor me’ attitude of the Palestinians and those that support them.

      Read a history book. The Palestinians left of their own volition during the 1948 exodus. They left because they EXPECTED their Israeli neighbors to be exterminated and that they could return whenever they desired. Guess what? They backed the wrong horse. They gave up any claim to their homes when they abandoned them. ‘Palestine’ doesn’t exist and never will…they deserve what they get and more. Maybe American liberals will give them New York or something.

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  12. paula at |

    there was a picture of a little naked vietnamese girl who was running down the steets of saigon screaming…that was a pwerful and disturbing picture. that little girl is now a grown woman living in canada.

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    1. Armando XRZ at |

      Thinking the same picture.
      Horrifying knowing that she was running because she was getting burned by napalm.
      I thought I was going to see that picture here.

      Regards!

      A.

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    2. Lindsay at |

      It’s Kim Phuc.

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  13. Dan at |

    Very touching pictures, I had seen a few but 1/2 were new to me and very impressive. Only problem I have with the list is reffering to the Iraq war as “one of the most violent conflicts of modern history”. With zero disrepect to those who fought in the Iraq War, it was not nearly as violent or large scale as 100’s of other modern wars: WWI, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam, etc… All war is violent, that statement was a little too subject and innacurate, otherwise, AMAZING pictures, well spoken and great messages.

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    1. Yorkey at |

      I would hardly call WW1 and WW2 a ‘modern war’

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      1. RH at |

        Some of the people who were involved are still alive. It is modern enough.

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  14. theo at |

    In a way I’m glad I’m insulated from the horrors around the world. Living in Australia one can get very complacent.
    However photo-journalism at this level serves to bring me back to reality.

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  15. Lou Grinzo at |

    Good list — but no mention of the famous photo from the Kent State shooting in the US?

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  16. Pat at |

    so awful,,,,,,,,,,yet so telling

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  17. Photo Calendars at |

    I think the last image and the info about it will haunt me forever….very sad!!

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  18. Luis at |

    Wow, the one that broke my heart and fractured my soul a little, was the one of the buried child. Cold cold eyes staring into the oblivion of evil. The same goes for the last picture, looking at those completely black eyes scared me.

    I’ve seen beheadings but they don’t compare to Those two pictures.

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    1. Orlando at |

      Living in a so called paradise (The Bahamas) I personally don’t get to see imagines so griping and powerful in person. Sometimes we get busy in our own little worlds and forget there is so much more happening all around us! I’m both heart broken and angry that children in their innocence had to suffer because of our policies and politically ideologies. What kind of future are we preparing for? Rest in eternal peace little Omayra.

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    2. Nayeli at |

      I worked on an ambulance in NJ, this is the norm for us. Very depressing, we see all sorts of t hings that would have been in a war zone or natural disaster in this state.

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  19. Runaway Bee at |

    I feel so…
    I can’t explain that, is so sad when I saw those pictures

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  20. ash.aliraq at |

    i am very sad ,really because of the victims of tsunami …. i hope i can do some thing ….. asking my god to help them.

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    1. dessy at |

      Amennn ^_^

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  21. Help others at |

    The last girl-I think I would have tried to do anything to help her, cry my eyes out, jump in there swim to the bottom pull her legs anything dear God how could I watch her stuck in there like that… It makes me tear up!
    All these photos make me realize how luck we are! How luuccky and thankful we should be rather then complaining about our little simple miniscule issues.

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  22. Bobby Jean at |

    Not sure the list can be limited to ten. Use discretion before viewing the following iconic images: Matuschka’s ‘Beauty Out Of Damage;’ Kevin Carter’s ‘Vulture and Child;’ Stanley Forman’s ‘Fire on Marlborough Street;’ ‘Tomoko Uemura in Her Bath’ by W. Eugene Smith; Charles Porter’s image of Baylee Almon, victim of the Oklahoma City bombing; Lennart Nilsson’s ‘How Life Begins.’

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  23. Tabby at |

    The last girl– her photo is heartbreaking. ): But is it just me or do the whites of her eyes appear black??? It’s scary :/

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  24. Da Bigbang at |

    the dying girl picture really got to me and I can’t stop thinking how cruel this world can be sometimes. I just pray for a better and peaceful place for us all to live in.

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    1. Lashawn at |

      i just dont understand how the photographer didnt help get her out but instead took her picture and let her die. that alone is inhumane! im also a photographer and i just couldnt see letting a life slip away just to get the shot(award winning or not). its just wrong point blank

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  25. Sam Kidd at |

    Things like these should not happen. Fix it. We can you know.So why hasn’t it been fixed.

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    1. Anthony at |

      Yeah we can just build walls the entire length of the coast and tsunami’s will be a thing of the past. Mudslides, just stop the rain and its all fixed. Think before you post……..

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  26. bbwmeelia at |

    as an american the “operation lion heart” pic made me weep, not only for the innocent child that will never have a chance at a normal life, but for the idiots in my country that supported Bush and gave him the power to cause such destruction. disgusting really.

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    1. Marisa at |

      Finally, I just want to to know who thought it was a good idea to re-elect that yahoo? I often wish that we had presidents of the past back and to see what they would do in this situation. Eisenhower, Roosevelt.

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      1. Lashawn at |

        i agree! i hate bush for what he has done to this country. the world will never be the same thanks to that SOB

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    2. Courtney at |

      Right- And Obama is doing a bang up job…

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  27. natalie hackett at |

    the Bhopal Gas Tragedy 1984 looks so sad. and the babys eyes where soo blue my eyes are so watery

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  28. Cassy at |

    Put the camera down and help the needy

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    1. bharath at |

      you are right cassy , Put the camera down and help the needy , absolutely Perfect line for all the PeoPle who took these Photographs.

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    2. JustSaying at |

      But they do help the needy. If they put the camera down, no one would know nor care except for that one man who put down his camera. Now, millions know, care and can (at least try to) do something.

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  29. alice at |

    A vulture watches a starving child should be in this list

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    1. alice at |

      especially considering it was so shocking that the photographer later committed suicide

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      1. hiba at |

        yea, but i don’t understand why he left the child there to die …. i mean, he could have taken the poor kid with him to the rescue camp … huh

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        1. 23532 at |

          Kevin Carter was tagging along on a UN humanitarian mission to distribute food in Sudan. When the plane landed, the parents from the village left the children behind while they got the food. Carter was walking around, shooting until they had to leave, and saw the vulture behind the girl, didn’t want to scare the vulture away so he approached very slowly and took time to adjust his lens, and took several photos in the ~20 minutes that he waited. He did say he waited to see if the vulture would flare its wings, because he thought it would be a more dramatic photograph, but it didn’t, so after taking his photo, he chased it away. Silva says the girl most likely had parents, who were getting food being distributed by the UN team. There is nothing from either Kevin Carter’s own story or Joao Silva (who was there on the same trip)’s story to suggest that he “left her to die”. The “suicide” note saying he will never waste any food that is circulated on the internet is fabricated.

          His body of work is stunning, and he was a troubled man with a genius eye. I can only hope that he is in a better place.

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  30. Arwin Kim at |

    They deserved to be most awarded photograph. So touching.

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  31. Deepu at |

    really these photos are heart touching..

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  32. vinu at |

    heart touching.photographs……..

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  33. beth at |

    oh my god…

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  34. travel to egypt at |

    wow its realy heart touching

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  35. totti at |

    well, the israeli women pic isnt shocking a all !! come one the police r just polite, but posting his picture and ignoring the horror in 2008 israeli attacks on gaza is un-acceptable ! why dont u show the readers the 5000 dead people where the least horrifying pic is about a kid torn into million pieces ! BIAS !!

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    1. Arthur at |

      The Israeli police were just going through the motions of “evicting” the settlers, but obviously they did not want to overpower the woman. They were only acting as if they were pushing. They do tend to be rather good at acting.

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  36. carz at |

    i can’t stop my tears falling down… this is world tragedy….

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  37. Kristen @ Wedding Gardens at |

    This is really amazing yet kinda scary and I’m actually afraid and a bit shocked. I can’t really explain my feeling.

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  38. Jason at |

    My only issue was with the #1 photo of the little girl who died “1. Tragedy of Omayra Sanchez (Frank Fourier).” My issue is this: obviously someone took that photo and if he was close enough to snap that and live, then although she was “trapped” by a mudslide, I believe her death was in vain. Makes no sense why the photographer didn’t bring a crew of others to save her, but rather take a photo of her dying. Tragic :(

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    1. claudia at |

      I am Colombian,
      the Armero tragedy was horrible, Omaira was one of the few people who survive such a tragedy at the moment. Her family was dead underneath her, her legs were completely crushed for all the debris and mud that slide down the mountain. There was a lot of people trying to rescue her, even international help was there doing their best to help and rescue little Omaira. I remember she tried to make their rescuers feel better by signing songs and always keeping a great attitude, though she knew she was going to die. her eyes where black because an horrible infection she got for the mud… Hypothermia was the main cause of her death, there was just not enough time

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  39. Tim at |

    The number on picture kind of disgusts me as it would appear that no one was actually trying to help her out of that mess. They just stood there and took pictures, I mean they do have to make money off of other people’s misfortunes but help the little girl out once you have your blood photos.

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    1. Youmaynotknow at |

      If you observe carefully, you will find out that actually those journalist can’t do much to help them. For instance, the girl in the last pic cannot be saved in time because her legs were stucked in debris. And for the Haitian boy, he was not crying for food nor salvation. The Indian woman was grieving, so what else could you do? Journalists are humans too, and they are not cold-hearted bankers and politicians who gain profit from the poors.

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      1. Tim at |

        I was really only making reference to the last photo of the little girl and not the Haitian boy or Indian Woman.

        You say they didn’t have enough time to save the little girl, well according to the article; “After 3 days of struggling, Omayra died due to hypothermia and gangrene.” She was in that hole for 3 days and your saying that they didn’t have enough time! In 3 days no one was able to get the debris holding her legs down free!

        I wonder which day the Journalist your defending came along for their picture and than was on their way to the next tragedy.

        The point I was trying to make is that journalists go out looking for these disasters to make money, I may be generalizing a little bit, but that is the case. Journalists make their money off of tragic events, if these tragic events didn’t happen, they would be taking wedding photos. Sure some of them may care, but for the others it is all about the paycheck. They are not all putting themselves in harms way just because they care about the people in the photos, they care more about how much CNN or Fox is willing to pay for those photos a lot more.

        Now on to the other 2 pictures you brought up that I never mentioned before.

        The Indian woman in your words; “The Indian woman was grieving, so what else could you do?” How about not take a picture of her in that fragile state! However, I know when I am grieving over a loss of a loved one the first thing I want is for someone to capture that pain in a photo for everyone and their dog to see. I mean in the crucial heart breaking times when all seems lost don’t you wish someone would pop up with a camera with a “say Cheese!” That always cheers me up.

        The Haitian boy in your words; “And for the Haitian boy, he was not crying for food nor salvation.” No you’re right on the mark with this one, that boy that has tattered rags hanging from his feet pushing a disastrous looking stroller through flooded streets wasn’t asking for food or salvation. Ask yourself this though, does he more than likely need food and salvation? Of course he does look at him, if that was your child in that situation would you want some Journalist taking snap shots for some magazine or news program, I am guessing that you wouldn’t, cause I know I wouldn’t.

        Okay last point, you said; “Journalists are humans too, and they are not cold-hearted bankers and politicians who gain profit from the poor.” What are you talking about?? Their entire existence pretty much makes money off of the poor. Look at the pictures above and tell me those people were rich. Journalists make their money taking pictures of people in horrible situations so that the rest of the world can feel sorry for them, they are opportunistic parasites. These people are just as bad if not worse than the paparazzi, worse because they are taking pictures of people’s tragedies and making money off of it, paparazzi are just taking pictures of people who have willingly put themselves in the spot light, and making money off of it.

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        1. anon at |

          If you would read the other comments before preaching to everyone you would see they did try to help her. They even had international help trying to get her out of there. And say what you will but the fact that there are photographers willing to risk their lives in these situations is the reason that the rest of the world knows they exist. Without them nobody would care because nobody would know. Get off your high horse.

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          1. Tim at |

            I wasn’t preaching I was speaking my mind, which is what they have comments here for in the first place. If you don’t agree that’s fine, it is simply my opinion, you don’t have to attack me behind your anonymous tag. I realize that I use sarcasm in my long winded post, but it is not meant as an attack.

            I just feel that if it was my daughter, wife or loved one in general in any of those situations I would not want someone snapping pics of them at their worst. How would you feel if someone took a shot of your Mom “anon” after she was just in a horrible accident and left in a undignified position and then published it online or in a magazine for the world to see. There is your Mom at her worst, being put on display for the world. I bet you would sing a different tune if it were your loved one.

            As for letting us know what happened you can do the same with writing, what is it about the human race that we need to see the violence and trauma, isn’t reading about it enough? Why do you want to see pictures of people suffering? My complaint isn’t in regards to them letting us know what is going on, it’s how they do it. I think the same message is achievable without taking away a person’s dignity, They say a picture says a thousand words, well I think a thousand words tells the story better and more compassionately.

            All I was trying to say was that those people weren’t asking to be photographed, and by doing so you are somewhat taking away their dignity. It would be different to me if these photographers were asking permission to take these pictures (Once again as stated in my last post I am generalizing and I am aware that not all photographers are the same) they are simply taking advantage of an opportune moment. There should be royalty laws that protect people around the world from having unauthorized pictures taken of them and published. I work in design and if I take a picture of someone and use it in a website design without their permission, you can bet your ass I am hearing from their lawyer in the near future.

            I am not on a high horse, this is just what I believe, I am not looking down on these photographers, I am looking right in their eyes and I would have no problem saying the same to their face if the situation arose. I mean I am not going to hunt them down, but if I caught them in the act I would have something to say about it. I don’t just hide behind internet comments as anonymous. I would be willing to bet that both anon and youmaynotknowthis are involved in the media in some way, possibly even photographers themselves.

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          2. jassz at |

            Absolutely Tim …. If its the photographer’s mother or a child for this matter. They would deffinately not be busy in shooting the child’s reaction except for jumping into it and save her with everything possible….. 3 damn days… CAN U BELIEVE IT!!

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  40. Amy at |

    God! If u really exist here me out. The world if full of Sadness help us to make it a better place…. !

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  41. Tom@ Graphic Tee Shirts at |

    Awesome collection of emotive photos. That poor baby photo just rips my heart out.

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    1. Ginger at |

      i agree it is so sad to see this kind of stuff… i wish i could have helped them all….

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  42. uri at |

    Just finished looking at the whole list…and i agree with what most people are saying – the Bhopal child buried and Omaira are really hanting pictures..something i will fail to forget. Its so cruel the way nature can be so unforgiving and hurtful as well as breathtakingly beautiful…

    And its also amazing that despite all of us being from the same species act as if were from different planets and start to find excuses to fight. I wish we were all more compassionate. Thats my wish for all the world

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    1. Chidambaran.K at |

      Exactly.
      None of us are bothered about anybody.
      Nations of the world – be they “democratic”, “monarchical”, “communist” or whatever – are
      by and large busy stocking weapons of mass destruction …

      Remember, not long ag, we witnessed the gruesome sight of all the so called “civilized” nations and “peace-keeping” international organizations watching in mute silence and immobility thousands and thousands of innocent civilians butchered in cold blood and in broad daylight by a Government which had planned in advance and executed the genocide of Thamizhs ,,, … …
      in Srilanka.

      Despite pious words and tall talk by world leaders,
      none would bother the famine deaths that haunt African nations even today !

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  43. Robert at |

    I find the #1 photo odd .. her plight was televised .. “Frank Fournier took this photo shortly before Omayra died. Her agonizing death was followed live on TV by hundreds of millions of people around the world and started a major controversy. May her soul rest in peace…” .. from the words written, put the damn camera down and dig her out is all they had to do, after all, they were right there was she was … whatever their reasons, I find it hard to not try and do something with my own 2 hands to help .. sad photos…

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    1. anon at |

      that’s the thing though, for all we know he was trying to get her out. And he was helping. I mean really it takes a few seconds to take a photo. And because of that photo millions of people knew about what happened. And it showcased how poor of a job the government did with the relief effort. I mean dont get me wrong, I agree with what you are saying. Its horrific. But honestly I’m glad that people take these photos because without them nobody would know. Because of this photo the disaster has a face, and that face and name hopefully will force the governemnt to handle things differently.

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  44. Cartwheel at |

    Every day I hope to find reasons to believe that life is good and points to a just conclusion. It is far from easy. What place or philosophical state could ever be worthy of the title ‘Heaven’ with a history reflected by images like these?

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  45. Derek at |

    Tianemin (sp?) square?

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  46. Robyn at |

    Tragic..is the only word I can come up with..
    Anyone else notice that majority of them were taken in the past 11 years…

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  47. Ben at |

    Powerful set of images.
    I’d like to say a word in defence of the photographers though. I’ve been a professional for over twenty years, but I’m also a steel worker for boats. Frank Fournier probably couldn’t do a thing to help Omayra. She was pinned down by heavy debris; I often need to move ‘I’ beams and heavy plates. It needs planning and equipment: lifting gear neads somewhere to stand (not on mud and debris), cranes need an access road. Just one obstacle under the mud and your idea’s useless.
    Who knows, maybe his company provided a distraction for her, maybe he tried to cheer her up, perhaps he eased her passing.
    We couldn’t have this discussion without those photographers, right now I wouldn’t feel this sad piognancy without these images.

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    1. anon at |

      Thank you for pointing this out. I think people forget that without someone out there recording these horrors nobody would be talking about them.

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    2. Twink at |

      I’m not an engineer or anything, but after reading some of the comments here about not being able to help the little girl trapped in the mud, and debris I have to question something…Equipment couldn’t get to her in the mud, cranes etc couldn’t be supported on the mud…It was televised for 3 days while millions of people watched her dying. Where were the helicopters to lift the debris off of her just enough to get her out? 3 days time is enough for any where in the world to get there in time. On top of that, helicopters lift huge logs, and things of that nature so why was it not at least tried? where were the under water welders or whatever it is they use on oil rigs, and things of that nature? Let me guess…it was too fascinating to watch rather than to help. One little girl’s life wasn’t worth the effort??? Could not have anything been used to leverage or lift her out of the situation??? Come on, We have conquered amazing feats in this world…massive dams controlling millions of gallons of water per second…Giant coffer dams to allow building under water…the list goes on. Something could have been done! If it was my child, or anyone’s child, and I knew about it I would have died trying. I hope to God they at least gave her a shot of something to ease the pain or was that overlooked as well! Just my opinion!

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  48. sinnernme at |

    Horrible events and please someone help me not to be naive but if the photographer mainly in the last picture of Omayra was able to get that picture of her how come they didnt save her ?

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  49. barbara at |

    very devastating pictures

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  50. Marco at |

    Wow those pictures are worth way more than 1,000 words…

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  51. Mihail at |

    You, americans, would better be quiet about Kosovo conflict.

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    1. Robert Kosofosho at |

      Why?

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      1. Mihail at |

        Because it’s shame for americans. Not in your interests to talk about it.

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    2. anononon at |

      or?

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      1. Mihail at |

        Or you will look like a mindless murderers.

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  52. Babu at |

    We can’t stop nature but we can stop ourselves from doing destruction. We increased the intensity of nature’s destruction by infrastructures. We continue our work to transform the earth into hell. We will not stop, we will not fail.

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  53. hamza at |

    well those r a sad pic but you have missed a pic when a baby found dead and he was buried under a a bile of stone in gazza’s strip

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  54. wersaw at |

    Great list but i thing th picture of Thich Quanq Duc’s self immolation in Saigon should of been one.

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  55. why not help the dying girl at |

    this world is out of my mind. they take pictures but dont help . they see peolple dying in war but just take picture . they atleast dont have a human heart . no one can see a dying human and dont help

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    1. READ ABOVE at |

      learn to read

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      1. QB at |

        learn to not be an ass, I agree with the the one above. all i see is a bunch of prics taking pics of people in distress and not caring about anything but a profit off their pics. Its blatantly disgusting is what it is!

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  56. QB at |

    that last image the people taking a pic should be charged with accomplice to murder instead of awards. I dont care if her legs was trapped im sure within 3 days you could have had a hammer and chisel there digging her out instead of profiting on her suffering! greedy selfish people in the world love to profit off others hurt. sry if i sound mad, its cause i am. if i’d been rich enough to be there with a camera i would have been also rich enough to afford some tools to break the slabs off pinning her under, but no these people just want to make money off of misery not to end misery! F**^ the NWO and the God-forsaken world we live in, its time for you cruel people to step up to the plate and take your own punishment. Either help the people or GTFO!

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    1. eustace thorpe at |

      yeah u %100 right

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    2. Carmen at |

      From what I understand, she was truly trapped, and there was no available tools/equipment to dislodge her. On all reported accounts, the photographer was powerless to save her, but he was not powerless to take a photo that would send a message to the world. I don’t feel that way about Kevin Carter, though, the photographer who photographed the little starving girl in Africa with a vulture behind her. THAT could have had a different ending…

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      1. timitimi at |

        About the girl in the mud. why don’t they dig out the mud , get all the water out and remove the thing she was stuck in. how stupid are the people?

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  57. VC at |

    Very hard to see… But it even hurts more when I think that they can take one picture every day in my country !!!

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  58. eustace thorpe at |

    these were really shocking but they nice too thnx very much love y’all

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  59. yeah right! at |

    I can only assume that all of these photographers got thier prizes due to taking pictures instead of helping out? Yeah i know making people aware of these things may help, if only too little too late!

    Put the f**king camera down you ‘hero’ and actually do something about ‘your’ subject!

    As with nearly all of people today – click – upload and discuss! How about doing something eh?

    Humans are devolving at an incredible rate! Sad.

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    1. Dymond at |

      I agree that, it is one thing to publicise a problem but another to actually get involved. At what point does the quest to draw attention to the problem simply become profiteering from human suffering in the most disgustingly voyeuristic way. No doubt that all the images above are powerful and hopefully, begun a chain of events that lead to solutions. However, somehow I doubt it. The public are far more apathetic than that. Its sad that we need images like these to motivate us to do something. One hopes that the people taking these pictures, then rolled up thier sleeves and also offered some more practical support to those people making their living and reputations.

      But doest drawing attention alone really do anything? Look at what happened in Bhopal, years later and the response from the major US corporation involved was pathetic. Corporations put little value on human life, ethics or social obligations other than lipservice. Its about time that the public forced the issue of holding them to account. Now that, has to be journalism of the highest order.

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  60. MoonGazer at |

    I’m confused…. For the last picture, if her was able to take the picture before she died, how come she wasn’t saved? It also said that they were following her struggle, so people knew where she was, but no body was able to get her out? I’m just curious as to what exactly happened.

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  61. LOUPAIZ at |

    LETS STOP THE

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  62. Armando Z at |

    How can I unsubscribe from this thread?
    I’m tired of receive replies of people shouting at what happened to the last picture girl telling that the photographer should have helped instead of take pictures, well, here is some data you may not know, the girl’s legs and middle body are crushed underwater so she’s trapped, this IS the reason they cannot take her out!!
    Dammit!
    No assistance or help at all, what else could he do?? Cut her legs off with a swiss knife??
    His better weapon is a camera, to show the world a sad story about this girl and tell the people about the lack of government help.
    People, you should read about the whole story, not the small explanation below the picture.
    Here’s a link to the story:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omayra_S%C3%A1nchez
    Thank you.
    A.

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  63. celle g. at |

    this pics really will stay permanently etched in my mind….. and the stories they tell and of course, the violence. i think we should thank the journalists for bringing this photographs in to the world not hate them bec. theyre just been as helpless as many. this will open the minds of people and speaks a thousand words on itself. it would stir compassion, dignity,fascination as well as fear but at least we’ll be able to remember and mourn for the people in this pics… appreciate it bec. you’ll learn a thousand lessons just by looking at it…

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  64. Sciatic Nerve at |

    hat last image the people taking a pic should be charged with accomplice to murder instead of awards. I dont care if her legs was trapped im sure within 3 days you could have had a hammer and chisel there digging her out instead of profiting on her suffering! greedy selfish people in the world love to profit off others hurt. sry if i sound mad, its cause i am. if iâ??d been rich enough to be there with a camera i would have been also rich enough to afford some tools to break the slabs off pinning her under, but no these people just want to make money off of misery not to end misery! F**^ the NWO and the God-forsaken world we live in, its time for you cruel people to step up to the plate and take your own punishment. Either help the people or GTFO!

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  65. Asashii at |

    put the camera down and help someone you sick !%#$

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  66. asd at |

    Blaming the photographers doesnt get you anywhere. Be it the people who were present being truly unable to save those poor lives, or that they were heartless to care only about profits and not lives – just learn from these lessons!

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  67. Jimmy at |

    Great post. Very shocking photos.

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  68. Gale at |

    I think these pictures should bring to our attention the fact that there are far more important, dangerous and tragic things going on in this world at any given time than our own petty little problems. We get upset because the car won’t start or we can’t find the keys. We worry and fret over stupid things that mean nothing. Look at the people in those pictures, simply trying to survive another day, some of whom didn’t. It really brings home how petty and petulant we have become.

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  69. Mickey c at |

    Indeed, they were all horrible, but true. ;(
    Thanks for posting this
    I hope this can remind us the cruelty to mankind

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  70. Kalualei at |

    IM SPEECHLESS .. TRULY AM!! ALL I CAN SAY IS, “YOU ARE THE ONE THAT HAS TO LIVE WITH THOSE IMAGES FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE? PEACE BE WITH YOU.

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  71. twv at |

    These photos while they are certainly masterpeices. they still bring to life again and again the struggles and turmoils that this world had fought against since long before any of us were born. politics and stupidity eventualy will completely ruin this world. I hope you can live with that when you realize that it your comments that contribute tothis idiocy

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  72. Beth at |

    These photos are sadly mesmerizing. Some of these tragedies I did not even know about which is even sadder. That last photo of Omayra is utterly haunting. Those eyes never to be forgotten.

    Beth

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  73. Canvas Prints at |

    Powerfull stuff! A picture says a thousand words… Well most of them. These are beyond words.

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  74. bob at |

    Oh god WHY ARE PEOPLE LETTING THIS HAPPEN…we deserve to wiped out because quite frankly that was deeply disterbing and should not exist

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  75. Dj.hafiz at |

    I am just touched and overwhelmed

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  76. Nadeem Khan at |

    heart shattering pictures here =(

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  77. abe at |

    the op forgot this infamous picture of the Vulture and a African baby. where the photographer took a picture of a Vulture next to a alive African baby, The Journalist could of saved the baby. But instead he let nature take it course. He won lot of awards but when the public found the truth behind the picture where he could of saved the baby he became a disgrace. And eventually he ended up taking his own life.

    http://flatrock.org.nz/topics/odds_and_oddities/ultimate_in_unfair.htm

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  78. Sophie at |

    These are terribly heartbreaking. It is so unbelievably sad to think that all this death, murder, and devastation is happening all over the world and whatever little we can do to help is just not even nearly enough. I love this planet, and I try to love the people on it, but these pictures make it so hard to remain optimistic about the future; what awaits us humans.

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  79. Sweety at |

    I can’t believe these photos. I feel like I have been living in a fantasy all my life. Because picture after picture, I felt chills run through my body, giving me goosebumps. Even sitting here in the heat, I felt chills, cold, cold chills…

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  80. Amit Noel Singh at |

    All these pics are heart shaking….
    I pray to Lord Almighty that no one face these tragedy in life.

    God Bless all

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  81. Alex at |

    What about the “Afghan Girl” pic?

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  82. Nik at |

    War does not determine who is right, but who is left

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  83. Ellehello at |

    Ever since there were two creatures in the world, there were fightings, all kinds of fighting. Wars are the most terrible. Common people are always the ones who lost the most. Really hope there is one day when no country is involved in a war.

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    1. Heaven at |

      I don’t think it is possible for there not to be a war. Conflict it seems to be part of human nature even of we all were on the same level, there will always be opposing opinions and with those opinions comes the friction that causes the war

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  84. Dylan at |

    How about we all just jump off our political crusade horse and just enjoy the article instead of rambling on and making yourself seem like a patriotic idiot.

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  85. BH at |

    It is a shame they chose an illegal settlement picture to display.

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  86. ashley willoughby at |

    “And of Clay Are We Created” is a very moving short story by Isabel Allende and it is dedicated to Omayra Sanchez’s last three days of her life while trapped. It is in the point-of-view of the reporter who stayed by her side throughout her suffering. I definitely recommend it to anyone who was moved by picture #1…

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  87. Lachlan at |

    They all seem rather recent.

    I thought the self-immolation of Buddhist monk Thich Quang Duc in protest in Saigon on 11 June 1963 would have been included. It has been a haunting image for nearly 50 years. So has the photo of South Vietnamese National Police Chief General Nguyen Ngoc Loan who executed a Viá»?t Cá»?ng officercaptured during the Tet Offensive, by shooting him in the temple in Saigon on 1 February 1968.

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  88. Hojjat at |

    No more energy.We , as human beings, won`t overcome these man-made troubles , until when we are not united.respect and be kind to each other.We`re not robots.(excuse me for grammer)

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  89. buller at |

    Where is titanic that is a tragic and many have pictures and would be no #1 so this is bad researching by the way i was born on the day before 911 which means 9/10 :(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(

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  90. saintgoody at |

    That was very touching and emotional images. Thailand massacre was new to me as well as the Haiti photo and that was very touching.

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  91. Jade at |

    Some people got REAL problems, makes me grateful for what I have. And so very sad for everyone who has to lead lives like these.

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  92. wajid khan at |

    these are very amazing pictures, it could say that some of these are one of the saddest pictures in the world.

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