FOTOT spektakolare të vitit që të lamë pas


Një prostitutë në Ukrainë e shkatërruar nga puna dhe konsumi i drogës dhe alkoolit, një nënë që mban djalin e vet në duar, pasi i është hedhur gaz lotësjellës gjatë një proteste në Jemen, rebelët në Libi, etj, janë disa nga fotot më spektakolare të paraqitura në World Press Photo. Ekspozita është hapur në Londër dhe ka për qëllim që të sjellë ngjarjet me anë të fotove.

Samuel Aranda was named press photo of the year for 2012. It shows Fatima al-Qaws cradling her son Zayed (18), who is suffering from the effects of tear gas after participating in an anti-government demonstration, in Sanaa, Yemen, on in October last year
'Child brides': This image by Stephanie Sinclair won first prize in the Contemporary Issues Stories category.
'Tsunami': Yasuyoshi Chiba won first prize in the People in the News Stories category for this moving work.
'World Aquatics Championships:' Divers practice during the second day of the 14th FINA World Aquatics Championships, in Shanghai, China, in July 2011.
'On Revolution Road': Rebels battle against government forces for Ras Lanuf, an oil-refining town on the Libyan coast, on 11 March. This picture, by Yuri Kozyrev won first prize in the Prize Spot News Singles category
'Cliff-climbing polar bear attempting to eat seabird eggs': A young male polar bear climbs on a cliff face above the ocean at Ostrova Oranskie, in northern Novaya Zemlya, Russia,
'Afghan police recruits': A new recruit at a police training center run by Germany, in Kunduz, Afghanistan in September 2011. 'Danish and Iranian culture': Actress Mellica Mehraban, who was born in Iran but grew up in Denmark, played a lead role in the Iranian spy thriller 'Fox Hunting', which had its first Danish screening at an Iranian film festival in Copenhagen in May.
'Rhino Wars': An anti-poaching team guards a northern white rhino, part of a 24-hour watch, at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya last July. The park is home to four of the world's remaining eight northern white rhinos.
'Dakar fashion week': A model poses in front of a tailor's stall in the center of Dakar, Senegal during the ninth edition of the Dakar Fashion Week last July.
'The Sochi Project: Sochi Singers': Marika Bajur sings 'Kuriu,' in the restaurant Eurasia in the Russian resort city of Sochi last January.
'Never Let You Go': Marcos and Monica were married for 65 years and, for much of that time, lived in the same apartment in Buenos Aires.
'Mubarak steps down,': Demonstrators in Tahrir Square, Cairo, react to a televised speech on 10 February 2011, in which contrary to prior expectations, Egypt's president Hosni Mubarak said he would not give up power.
'Scrum half': Blackrock College scrum-half Conor Crowley releases the ball after a ruck, during a Division 1A All-Ireland League rugby union match against Old Belvedere, in heavy rain on 5 February 2011, at Anglesea Road, Old Belvedere's home stadium.
'North Korea': A portrait of North Korea's founder, Kim Il-sung, decorates a building in the country's capital Pyongyang.
'Tsunami aftermath': Tsunami waves created by a massive earthquake off the northeastern shores of Japan caused wide-ranging destruction along the coast.
'Utøya': On 22 July 2011, Anders Behring Breivik (32) killed 69 people on the small island of Utøya, 40 kilometers northwest of Oslo, in Norway.










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