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WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, JANUARY 9, 2020:
Andy Levin, U.S. Representative for Michigan's 9th congressional district speaking during the demonstration.
About 200 demonstrators showed up at Capitol Hill to protest against a possible war with Iran as the US House of Representatives votes on limiting President Donald Trump's war powers.WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, JANUARY 9, 2020:
Andy Levin, U.S. Representative for Michigan's 9th congressional district speaking during the demonstration.
About 200 demonstrators showed up at Capitol Hill to protest against a possible war with Iran as the US House of Representatives votes on limiting President Donald Trump's war powers.

Anti Iran war protest in Washington, US

About 200 demonstrators showed up at Capitol Hill to protest against a possible war with Iran as the US House of Representatives votes on limiting President Donald Trump's war powers.

Juan Guaidó, president of the National Assembly of Venezuela, fighting with government military officers while trying to enter the assembly building.
Opposition deputies tried to take the presidency of the assembly by appointing deputy, Luis Parra as president of the chamber.Juan Guaidó, president of the National Assembly of Venezuela, fighting with government military officers while trying to enter the assembly building.
Opposition deputies tried to take the presidency of the assembly by appointing deputy, Luis Parra as president of the chamber.

National assembly in Caracas, Venezuela

Opposition deputies tried to take the presidency of the assembly by appointing deputy, Luis Parra as president of the chamber.

KATHMANDU, NEPAL - JANUARY 10 2020: A Nepalese Hindu devotee dressed in red looks on during the festival.
Madhav Narayan festival or Swasthani Brata katha is a festival in which devotees recite holy scriptures dedicated to Hindu goddess Swasthani and Lord Shiva. Nepalese Hindu women who are unmarried pray for a good husband while married pray for the long life of their husband.KATHMANDU, NEPAL - JANUARY 10 2020: A Nepalese Hindu devotee dressed in red looks on during the festival.
Madhav Narayan festival or Swasthani Brata katha is a festival in which devotees recite holy scriptures dedicated to Hindu goddess Swasthani and Lord Shiva. Nepalese Hindu women who are unmarried pray for a good husband while married pray for the long life of their husband.

Madhav Narayan Or Swasthani Brata katha Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal

Madhav Narayan festival or Swasthani Brata katha is a festival in which devotees recite holy scriptures dedicated to Hindu goddess Swasthani and Lord Shiva. Nepalese Hindu women who are unmarried pray for a good husband while married pray for the long life of their husband.

KIEV, UKRAINE, JANUARY 8, 2020:
An elderly man whose son Igor crashed on the plane at Boryspil International airport.
Boeing 737 crashed after taking off from Tehran's airport on 8 January, 187 passengers and crew were killed, as media reported.KIEV, UKRAINE, JANUARY 8, 2020:
An elderly man whose son Igor crashed on the plane at Boryspil International airport.
Boeing 737 crashed after taking off from Tehran's airport on 8 January, 187 passengers and crew were killed, as media reported.

After the Boeing 737 crash in Borispyl, Ukraine

Boeing 737 crashed after taking off from Tehran's airport on 8 January, 187 passengers and crew were killed, as media reported.

SOPA Story of the week

Marhamah (51 years old) seats at her stand.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Marhamah (51 years old) seats at her stand.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Marhamah (51 years old) seats at her stand. At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Kartia (43 years) seats waiting for dusk.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Kartia (43 years) seats waiting for dusk.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Kartia (43 years) seats waiting for dusk. At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Ida (35 years old) collects clean water from a tank.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Ida (35 years old) collects clean water from a tank.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Ida (35 years old) collects clean water from a tank. At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Andri, an eight-year-old child poses in front of a makeshift tent.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Andri, an eight-year-old child poses in front of a makeshift tent.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Andri, an eight-year-old child poses in front of a makeshift tent. At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Dei (52 years old) sits in front of her tent.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Dei (52 years old) sits in front of her tent.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Dei (52 years old) sits in front of her tent. At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Usman (60 years old) relaxes close to tents.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Usman (60 years old) relaxes close to tents.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Usman (60 years old) relaxes close to tents. At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Sarifah (36 years old) with her child
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Sarifah (36 years old) with her child
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Sarifah (36 years old) with her child At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Ani walking between the emergency tents.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Ani walking between the emergency tents.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Ani walking between the emergency tents. At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Rian (31 years old) relaxes after praying in a makeshift tent.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Rian (31 years old) relaxes after praying in a makeshift tent.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Rian (31 years old) relaxes after praying in a makeshift tent. At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Nurlina (54 years old) takes clean water from a pipe.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Nurlina (54 years old) takes clean water from a pipe.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Nurlina (54 years old) takes clean water from a pipe. At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Minarni (40 years old) and her child sit relaxed.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Minarni (40 years old) and her child sit relaxed.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Minarni (40 years old) and her child sit relaxed. At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Hasanuddin (65 years old) with his wife Nurhayati (51 years old) seat in the aisle of the emergency tent.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.Hasanuddin (65 years old) with his wife Nurhayati (51 years old) seat in the aisle of the emergency tent.
At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.

Hasanuddin (65 years old) with his wife Nurhayati (51 years old) seat in the aisle of the emergency tent. At the Balaroa evacuation post there are still 251 families or 1,010 residents who are victims of the earthquake, many residents did not move to the refugee camps because the temporary shelter (huntara) provided by the government did not meet their needs, though there are also families that want a shelter but not entitled to receive shelters cause their houses were not affected by the earthquake. To survive in the post, a number of refugees run various businesses like selling children's snacks and other odd jobs.