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“This Photographer Unflinchingly Captures The Effect Of Acid Attacks” — BuzzFeed News | The Most Interesting Photo Stories We Saw This Week

Fire of Hatred: Shirin Mohamadi was then attacked with acid by her suitor. Shirin lost her right eye, nose, one of her ears and her mouth was damaged severely. Other parts of her body were burned deeply, 2012 - by Asghar Khamseh Iranian

Where are the Liberal Women's rights activists when it comes to Islam???

Domestic violence - Irum was burned on her face, back and shoulders when she was 18 years old. A boy she rejected for marriage thew acid on her in the middle of the street. She’s had 25 corrective surgeries since.

This Photographer Is Making It His Mission To Document Faces Around The World

Australian photographer Alexander Khimushin documents people from .

Pedro Díaz Molins es uno de los ganadores de la categoría "abierta" de los Sony World Photography Awards 2016

Sam Delaware, from Maine, U., won the youth portraiture category for this simple portrait of his younger sister Sarah, taken last December

Untouched Afghanistan: Striking photos reveal the lives of the nomadic tribes where the nearest neighbour lives weeks away  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-3311855/Untouched-Afghanistan-Striking-photographs-reveal-rural-lives-Wakhan-Corridor-s-nomadic-tribes-nearest-neighbours-live-weeks-away.html#ixzz3u9TLS7f8 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Striking photos show forgotten Afghan tribes in the Wakhan Corridor

Two girls peer eagerly over their work, clothed in bright red attire adorned with gold pat.

The photographer aimed to give the Afghans a rare and tangible gift - instant portraits - which he handed them while he was there

Striking photos show forgotten Afghan tribes in the Wakhan Corridor

Nestled in north eastern Afghanistan, the region’s residents live similarly to how their ancestors did centuries ago, farming and living off the land and their animals.

In the lush, green forests of south western Ethiopia, disappearing tribes live in their timeless grass huts. The Surma people, made up of the Suri tribe and the Mursi tribe, are known for their impressive lip discs, a sign of beauty and status for the women. But extreme drought, building of dams and the establishment […]

The Surma People: Tribe with The Most Extreme Body Art

The women of Naregeer village in Ethiopia& Upper Omo Valley are known for their lip plates and intricate scarification patterns on their skin. The women and children often adorn themselves with white clay patterns and flowers on their head.

Bill Aims to Criminalize Fathers who Fail to Support Children - HB 6079

Australia and the Philippines have a reciprocal arrangement whereby a child-support assessment raised under Philippine law can, in theory, be enforced against an Australian resident.

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Michael Oryem poses with two elephant tusks that he helped the Ugandan army recover from the Lord’s Resistance Army, an armed group that’s deeply involved with central African elephant poaching. Photo: Brent Stirton, 2nd Prize, Nature Stories,  the 59th annual World Press Photo photography contest.

Nature, Second Prize Winner, Stories Ivory Wars by Brent Stirton / Getty Images for National Geographic A Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) fighter holds two ivory tusks. Ivory is a means of financing the LRA and is used for both food and weapon supplies

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Ohura: portrait of a small town off the beaten track

Ross, by his own admission is a 'retired horticulturist'. He has lived in a house truck for 18 years

Francine, outside her home in Hadrians slum. Francine's father, was an Australian visitor who her mother met while working as a dancer at Blue Nile, a bar on the Fields Avenue red light strip

Seth, 6, at his home in the Hadrian slum, which he shares with 17 relatives.  Seth hopes to be a boxer one day

Sex-trade in the Philippines is leaving young mothers with no support

Seth, at his home in the Hadrian slum, which he shares with 17 relatives. Seth hopes to be a boxer one day

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