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Pictures of the Week: November 9 – November 16

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From escalating violence in the Gaza Strip and austerity riots in Europe to the flooding of Venice and murmurations of starlings in Scotland, TIME presents the best images of the week.

Pictures of the Week: November 9 – November 16

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From escalating violence in the Gaza Strip and austerity riots in Europe to the flooding of Venice and murmurations of starlings in Scotland, TIME presents the best images of the week.

Pictures of the Week: August 10 – August 17

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From the earthquake in Iran and the killing of miners on strikeby police in South Africa to the end of Ramadan anda meteor shower over Macedonia, TIME presents the best images of the week.

Pictures of the Week: June 1 – June 8

From the final journey of the space shuttle Enterprise in New York and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in London to a landmark trial in Egypt and the once-in-a-lifetime Transit of Venus, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

Photographer #359: Zoriah

Zoriah Miller, 1976, USA, is a photojournalist with a large portfolio. He has covered many disaster zones, social issues and conflict zones in numerous countries. Besides his photographic career he worked as a Humanitarian Volunteer, Disaster Response Volunteer and Disaster Technology Specialist for many years. Between 2005 and 2008 he worked as an embedded military photographer and photojournalist with the US Marine Corps, US Army and the Afghan National Army. He has extensively covered the conflicts in the Gaza strip, Afghanistan and Iraq. Amongst his humanitarian clients are organizations as Unicef, The International Red Cross and Docters without Borders. His work has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers as Newsweek, The New York Times and The International Herald Tribune. Zoriah’s work is direct, socially engaged and full of emotion. The following images come from the stories Afghan National Army, Aids in Asia and Architecture of War.


Website: www.zoriah.com

Photographer #359: Zoriah

Zoriah Miller, 1976, USA, is a photojournalist with a large portfolio. He has covered many disaster zones, social issues and conflict zones in numerous countries. Besides his photographic career he worked as a Humanitarian Volunteer, Disaster Response Volunteer and Disaster Technology Specialist for many years. Between 2005 and 2008 he worked as an embedded military photographer and photojournalist with the US Marine Corps, US Army and the Afghan National Army. He has extensively covered the conflicts in the Gaza strip, Afghanistan and Iraq. Amongst his humanitarian clients are organizations as Unicef, The International Red Cross and Docters without Borders. His work has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers as Newsweek, The New York Times and The International Herald Tribune. Zoriah’s work is direct, socially engaged and full of emotion. The following images come from the stories Afghan National Army, Aids in Asia and Architecture of War.


Website: www.zoriah.com

GAZA STRIP – A Film by James Longley

Filmmaker James Longley has completed a new documentary and is making it available for free. Any donations help out his future filmmaking. His words below. My links added.

In early 2001 I spent three months in Gaza filming material for this documentary, GAZA STRIP, working with local fixer and translator, Mohammed Mohanna. The second Palestinian uprising against Israeli military occupation had begun in September, 2000, and there had already been large numbers of deaths in Gaza when I started this project.

Though the period this documentary covers includes the election of Ariel Sharon as Israeli Prime Minister and large incursions by the Israeli Defense Forces into Gaza, in retrospect the time depicted here is one of relative quiet. More recent Israeli attacks against Gaza have been far more destructive and deadly than what falls into the scope of this film.

The time since the release of this film in 2002 has seen many changes, including the evacuation of illegal Israeli settlements inside the Gaza Strip and the election of Hamas. However, the occupation and attacks against Gaza continue, and the blockade of Gaza has intensified. It is my hope that this film will provide a partial introduction to Gaza for those who have come to the subject recently, and also serve as a document of its time.

I am making this film available completely free, however those who wish to contribute to my future filmmaking efforts may do so via PayPal or mail on my website:

daylightfactory.com/​gaza/​

Thanks!

GAZA STRIP from James Longley on Vimeo.

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