Kiev-Ukraine. 
In an Orthodox help center of Kiev. A young refugee crying. 
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

Kiev-Ukraine.
In an Orthodox help center of Kiev. A young refugee crying.
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

Kiev Hospital N°2.
Iryna Borisovna. 53 years old was injured by bomb  the 14 th Feburary on Shasta city Lugansk region.
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

Kiev Hospital N°2.
Iryna Borisovna. 53 years old was injured by bomb the 14 th Feburary on Shasta city Lugansk region.
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

In a refugee center in Kiev. Maxime 28 years staring into space. He was tortured several weeks.He suffers from psychological disorders.
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

In a refugee center in Kiev. Maxime 28 years staring into space. He was tortured several weeks.He suffers from psychological disorders.
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

Kiev-Ukraine.
a woman pray in an Orthodox church for his family who could not leave the area affected by the conflict.
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

Kiev-Ukraine.
a woman pray in an Orthodox church for his family who could not leave the area affected by the conflict.
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

KIEV-UKRAINE.
In an Orthodox help center of Kiev.  A woman 74 years old with his family waiting for news of family members who could not flee the front lines.
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

KIEV-UKRAINE.
In an Orthodox help center of Kiev. A woman 74 years old with his family waiting for news of family members who could not flee the front lines.
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

Kiev-Ukraine.
A nationalist militant explains handling a rocket launcher.
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

Kiev-Ukraine.
A nationalist militant explains handling a rocket launcher.
The fight between pro-Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists is continuing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine despite the recent Minsk ceasefire agreements.

Zimbabwe,Harare.
Student at school in Harare. Zimbabwe recorded the oldest average age for victims of abuse and violence in schools in the study (just over 14 years of age on average). Most of these children were reported to be female . In Zimbabwe the most incidents of violence and abuse in schools that were reported to the child helpline involved physical abuse: the top two most common incidents reported were slaps/kicks and physical abuse, with a cane/belt/ruler.

Zimbabwe,Harare.
Student at school in Harare. Zimbabwe recorded the oldest average age for victims of abuse and violence in schools in the study (just over 14 years of age on average). Most of these children were reported to be female . In Zimbabwe the most incidents of violence and abuse in schools that were reported to the child helpline involved physical abuse: the top two most common incidents reported were slaps/kicks and physical abuse, with a cane/belt/ruler.

Zimbabwe,Harare.
Student at school in Harare. Zimbabwe recorded the oldest average age for victims of abuse and violence in schools in the study (just over 14 years of age on average). Most of these children were reported to be female . In Zimbabwe the most incidents of violence and abuse in schools that were reported to the child helpline involved physical abuse: the top two most common incidents reported were slaps/kicks and physical abuse, with a cane/belt/ruler.

Zimbabwe,Harare.
Student at school in Harare. Zimbabwe recorded the oldest average age for victims of abuse and violence in schools in the study (just over 14 years of age on average). Most of these children were reported to be female . In Zimbabwe the most incidents of violence and abuse in schools that were reported to the child helpline involved physical abuse: the top two most common incidents reported were slaps/kicks and physical abuse, with a cane/belt/ruler.

Zimbabwe,Harare.
Student at school in Harare. Zimbabwe recorded the oldest average age for victims of abuse and violence in schools in the study (just over 14 years of age on average). Most of these children were reported to be female . In Zimbabwe the most incidents of violence and abuse in schools that were reported to the child helpline involved physical abuse: the top two most common incidents reported were slaps/kicks and physical abuse, with a cane/belt/ruler.

Zimbabwe,Harare.
Student at school in Harare. Zimbabwe recorded the oldest average age for victims of abuse and violence in schools in the study (just over 14 years of age on average). Most of these children were reported to be female . In Zimbabwe the most incidents of violence and abuse in schools that were reported to the child helpline involved physical abuse: the top two most common incidents reported were slaps/kicks and physical abuse, with a cane/belt/ruler.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A young woman in an interdenominational school of Kaduna.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A young woman in an interdenominational school of Kaduna.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
Two girls in an interdenominational school of Kaduna.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
Two girls in an interdenominational school of Kaduna.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A man posing inside a church destroyed during inter-religious confrontations in a Muslim district of Kaduna.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A man posing inside a church destroyed during inter-religious confrontations in a Muslim district of Kaduna.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A woman learns the foundations of the Koran in a Koranic school of Kaduna.

Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
 The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A woman learns the foundations of the Koran in a Koranic school of Kaduna.

Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
Women walk in a street of a Muslim district of kaduna. In the city of Kaduna every community lives in its district. It is rare to find places or Muslim and Christian live together.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
Women walk in a street of a Muslim district of kaduna. In the city of Kaduna every community lives in its district. It is rare to find places or Muslim and Christian live together.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A woman walks in a street of a Muslim district of kaduna. In the city of Kaduna every community lives in its district. It is rare to find places or Muslim and Christian live together.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A woman walks in a street of a Muslim district of kaduna. In the city of Kaduna every community lives in its district. It is rare to find places or Muslim and Christian live together.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A Muslim woman waits that her husband picks her up having taken lessons in a Koranic school in a Muslim district of Kaduna.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A Muslim woman waits that her husband picks her up having taken lessons in a Koranic school in a Muslim district of Kaduna.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A young boy runs in front of a church destroyed during inter-religious confrontations in a Muslim district of Kaduna.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

NIGERIA,Kaduna.
A young boy runs in front of a church destroyed during inter-religious confrontations in a Muslim district of Kaduna.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.

People displaced by fighting in South Sudan wait to be registered into the Kule 1 and 2 camps for Internally Displaced People at the Pagak border crossing in Gambella, Ethiopia, . South Sudan's warring leaders called on each other to restart peace talks on July 9 2014, all the while trading blame for a raging civil war that marred 3 year of independence of South Sudan celebrations in the world's

People displaced by fighting in South Sudan wait to be registered into the Kule 1 and 2 camps for Internally Displaced People at the Pagak border crossing in Gambella, Ethiopia, . South Sudan’s warring leaders called on each other to restart peace talks on July 9 2014, all the while trading blame for a raging civil war that marred 3 year of independence of South Sudan celebrations in the world’s

MAYANGE, RWANDA.
Young child working in the field.
Children in Rwanda are engaged in the worst forms of child labor, including in agriculture and domestic service.

MAYANGE, RWANDA.
Young child working in the field.
Children in Rwanda are engaged in the worst forms of child labor, including in agriculture and domestic service.

MAYANGE, RWANDA.
Young child working in the field.
Children in Rwanda are engaged in the worst forms of child labor, including in agriculture and domestic service.

MAYANGE, RWANDA.
Young child working in the field.
Children in Rwanda are engaged in the worst forms of child labor, including in agriculture and domestic service.

GAMBELA, ETHIOPIA. At Kule refugee camp, the Ethiopian military provides security for the 46,000 South Sudanese refugees at the Kule refugee camp, near the border with South Sudan.

GAMBELA, ETHIOPIA. At Kule refugee camp, the Ethiopian military provides security for the 46,000 South Sudanese refugees at the Kule refugee camp, near the border with South Sudan.

GAMBELA, ETHIOPIA. At Kule refugee camp,the Ethiopian military provides security for the 46,000 South Sudanese refugees at the Kule refugee camp, near the border with South Sudan.

GAMBELA, ETHIOPIA. At Kule refugee camp,the Ethiopian military provides security for the 46,000 South Sudanese refugees at the Kule refugee camp, near the border with South Sudan.

Jordan, Syrian border.
Young Syrian refugee play in the street.
The conflict in Syria, of exceptional violence and intensity, gave birth to one of the most important movements of refugees and internally displaced persons in the Middle East since the Second World War. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that nearly five million Syrians have left their country since the beginning of the crisis, not to mention millions of internally displaced people. Jordan is one of the main host countries, with more than 630,000 refugees registered with UNHCR.

Jordan, Syrian border.
Young Syrian refugee play in the street.
The conflict in Syria, of exceptional violence and intensity, gave birth to one of the most important movements of refugees and internally displaced persons in the Middle East since the Second World War. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that nearly five million Syrians have left their country since the beginning of the crisis, not to mention millions of internally displaced people. Jordan is one of the main host countries, with more than 630,000 refugees registered with UNHCR.

Jordan, Syrian border.
A young syrian refugee in a shelter.
The conflict in Syria, of exceptional violence and intensity, gave birth to one of the most important movements of refugees and internally displaced persons in the Middle East since the Second World War. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that nearly five million Syrians have left their country since the beginning of the crisis, not to mention millions of internally displaced people. Jordan is one of the main host countries, with more than 630,000 refugees registered with UNHCR.

Jordan, Syrian border.
A young syrian refugee in a shelter.
The conflict in Syria, of exceptional violence and intensity, gave birth to one of the most important movements of refugees and internally displaced persons in the Middle East since the Second World War. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that nearly five million Syrians have left their country since the beginning of the crisis, not to mention millions of internally displaced people. Jordan is one of the main host countries, with more than 630,000 refugees registered with UNHCR.

Jordan, Syrian border.
This refugee of 70 years old took more than 10 months to escape Homs and arrive to cross the Jordanian border.
The conflict in Syria, of exceptional violence and intensity, gave birth to one of the most important movements of refugees and internally displaced persons in the Middle East since the Second World War. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that nearly five million Syrians have left their country since the beginning of the crisis, not to mention millions of internally displaced people. Jordan is one of the main host countries, with more than 630,000 refugees registered with UNHCR.

Jordan, Syrian border.
This refugee of 70 years old took more than 10 months to escape Homs and arrive to cross the Jordanian border.
The conflict in Syria, of exceptional violence and intensity, gave birth to one of the most important movements of refugees and internally displaced persons in the Middle East since the Second World War. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that nearly five million Syrians have left their country since the beginning of the crisis, not to mention millions of internally displaced people. Jordan is one of the main host countries, with more than 630,000 refugees registered with UNHCR.

Jordan, Syrian border.
A man shows the portrait of one of his missing sons in the Aleppo area.
The conflict in Syria, of exceptional violence and intensity, gave birth to one of the most important movements of refugees and internally displaced persons in the Middle East since the Second World War. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that nearly five million Syrians have left their country since the beginning of the crisis, not to mention millions of internally displaced people. Jordan is one of the main host countries, with more than 630,000 refugees registered with UNHCR.

Jordan, Syrian border.
A man shows the portrait of one of his missing sons in the Aleppo area.
The conflict in Syria, of exceptional violence and intensity, gave birth to one of the most important movements of refugees and internally displaced persons in the Middle East since the Second World War. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that nearly five million Syrians have left their country since the beginning of the crisis, not to mention millions of internally displaced people. Jordan is one of the main host countries, with more than 630,000 refugees registered with UNHCR.

Zaatari, Jordan.
Young syrian refugee.
Zaatari (Arabic: مخيم الزعتري) is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement.[1] It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation. The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing.

Zaatari, Jordan.
Young syrian refugee.
Zaatari (Arabic: مخيم الزعتري) is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement.[1] It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation. The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing.

Zaatari, Jordan.
Young syrian refugee.
Zaatari (Arabic: مخيم الزعتري) is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement.[1] It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation. The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing.

Zaatari, Jordan.
Young syrian refugee.
Zaatari (Arabic: مخيم الزعتري) is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement.[1] It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation. The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing.

Jordan, Syrian border.
Syrian refugees at the Jordanian border. These children don't have any news about their parents from Homs since 3 month.
The conflict in Syria, of exceptional violence and intensity, gave birth to one of the most important movements of refugees and internally displaced persons in the Middle East since the Second World War. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that nearly five million Syrians have left their country since the beginning of the crisis, not to mention millions of internally displaced people. Jordan is one of the main host countries, with more than 630,000 refugees registered with UNHCR.

Jordan, Syrian border.
Syrian refugees at the Jordanian border. These children don’t have any news about their parents from Homs since 3 month.
The conflict in Syria, of exceptional violence and intensity, gave birth to one of the most important movements of refugees and internally displaced persons in the Middle East since the Second World War. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that nearly five million Syrians have left their country since the beginning of the crisis, not to mention millions of internally displaced people. Jordan is one of the main host countries, with more than 630,000 refugees registered with UNHCR.

Zaatari, Jordan.
Young syrian refugee.
Zaatari (Arabic: مخيم الزعتري) is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement.[1] It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation. The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing.

Zaatari, Jordan.
Young syrian refugee.
Zaatari (Arabic: مخيم الزعتري) is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement.[1] It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation. The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing.

Zaatari, Jordan.
Young refugees warm up in their shelter.
Zaatari (Arabic: مخيم الزعتري) is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement.[1] It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation. The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing.

Zaatari, Jordan.
Young refugees warm up in their shelter.
Zaatari (Arabic: مخيم الزعتري) is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement.[1] It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation. The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing.

Zaatari, Jordan.
Zaatari (Arabic: مخيم الزعتري) is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement.[1] It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation. The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing

Zaatari, Jordan.
Zaatari (Arabic: مخيم الزعتري) is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement.[1] It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation. The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing

Zaatari, Jordan
Refugees were able to obtain the wifi code of the UN and connect with their telephone to take news of their families remained in Syria
Zaatari مخيم الزعتري is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement. It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation.The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing.

Zaatari, Jordan
Refugees were able to obtain the wifi code of the UN and connect with their telephone to take news of their families remained in Syria
Zaatari مخيم الزعتري is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement. It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians fleeing the violence in the ongoing Syrian civil war that erupted in 2011. On March 26, 2015, the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.Since the opening of the camp in July 2012, the camp population has repeatedly demonstrated. The main concern has related to the lack of sufficient food supplies and better accommodation.The camp has seen an increasing number of reports of crime, including prostitution and drug-dealing.

Palestine, Nablus : Palestinian refugee in the Balata refugee camp in the West Bank City of Nablus

Palestine, Nablus : Palestinian refugee in the Balata refugee camp in the West Bank City of Nablus

Palestine,Bethlehem: A young woman walking in Deheishe refugee camp.

Palestine,Bethlehem: A young woman walking in Deheishe refugee camp.

Jakarta, Indonesia
Inside view of The Grand Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta, Indonesia. It is one of the icons of the capital city and the largest mosque in South East Asia both in structure and capacity at the same time. Stands out with its 45 meters diameter dome, supported by 12 huge columns, has 4 levels of balcony, the mosque able to accomodate congregation up to 120.000 people. Designed in 1954 by a christian architect from North Sumatra, Frederich Silaban, and innagurated in 1978. Istiqlal itself is located right across the Cathedral Church. Istiqlal meaning “independence” is a reminder of Indonesia’s struggle for national independence as well as a symbol of religious tolerance.

Jakarta, Indonesia
Inside view of The Grand Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta, Indonesia. It is one of the icons of the capital city and the largest mosque in South East Asia both in structure and capacity at the same time. Stands out with its 45 meters diameter dome, supported by 12 huge columns, has 4 levels of balcony, the mosque able to accomodate congregation up to 120.000 people. Designed in 1954 by a christian architect from North Sumatra, Frederich Silaban, and innagurated in 1978. Istiqlal itself is located right across the Cathedral Church. Istiqlal meaning “independence” is a reminder of Indonesia’s struggle for national independence as well as a symbol of religious tolerance.

Indonesian Muslims women perform an evening prayer. Jakarta, Indonesia.

Indonesian Muslims women perform an evening prayer. Jakarta, Indonesia.

Jakarta, Indonesia.
A man prayers on the day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan at Mosque.

Jakarta, Indonesia.
A man prayers on the day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan at Mosque.

A picture taken on May 2014,shows a damaged icon in a monastery at Skopje Macedonia.

A picture taken on May 2014,shows a damaged icon in a monastery at Skopje Macedonia.

Karakol, Kyrgyzstan.
Report about post conflict situation in Kyrgyzstan.
The Kyrgyz Revolution of 2010, also known as the Second Kyrgyz Revolution, began in April 2010 with the ousting of Kyrgyz president Kurmanbek Bakiyev in the capital Bishkek. It was followed by increased ethnic tension involving Kyrgyz people and Uzbeks in the south of the country, which escalated in June 2010. The violence ultimately led to the consolidation of a new parliamentary system in Kyrgyzstan.

During the general mayhem, exiles from the Uzbek minority claim they were assaulted and driven to Uzbekistan, with some 400,000 Kyrgyzstani citizens becoming internally displaced.Victims interviewed by media and aid workers testify to mass killing, gang rape and torture.Then-head of the Interim government Roza Otunbayeva indicated that the death toll is tenfold higher than was previously reported, which brings the number of the dead to 2,000 people.

Karakol, Kyrgyzstan.
Report about post conflict situation in Kyrgyzstan.
The Kyrgyz Revolution of 2010, also known as the Second Kyrgyz Revolution, began in April 2010 with the ousting of Kyrgyz president Kurmanbek Bakiyev in the capital Bishkek. It was followed by increased ethnic tension involving Kyrgyz people and Uzbeks in the south of the country, which escalated in June 2010. The violence ultimately led to the consolidation of a new parliamentary system in Kyrgyzstan.

During the general mayhem, exiles from the Uzbek minority claim they were assaulted and driven to Uzbekistan, with some 400,000 Kyrgyzstani citizens becoming internally displaced.Victims interviewed by media and aid workers testify to mass killing, gang rape and torture.Then-head of the Interim government Roza Otunbayeva indicated that the death toll is tenfold higher than was previously reported, which brings the number of the dead to 2,000 people.

Karakol, Kyrgyzstan.
Report about post conflict situation in Kyrgyzstan.
The Kyrgyz Revolution of 2010, also known as the Second Kyrgyz Revolution, began in April 2010 with the ousting of Kyrgyz president Kurmanbek Bakiyev in the capital Bishkek. It was followed by increased ethnic tension involving Kyrgyz people and Uzbeks in the south of the country, which escalated in June 2010. The violence ultimately led to the consolidation of a new parliamentary system in Kyrgyzstan.

During the general mayhem, exiles from the Uzbek minority claim they were assaulted and driven to Uzbekistan, with some 400,000 Kyrgyzstani citizens becoming internally displaced.Victims interviewed by media and aid workers testify to mass killing, gang rape and torture.Then-head of the Interim government Roza Otunbayeva indicated that the death toll is tenfold higher than was previously reported, which brings the number of the dead to 2,000 people.

Karakol, Kyrgyzstan.
Report about post conflict situation in Kyrgyzstan.
The Kyrgyz Revolution of 2010, also known as the Second Kyrgyz Revolution, began in April 2010 with the ousting of Kyrgyz president Kurmanbek Bakiyev in the capital Bishkek. It was followed by increased ethnic tension involving Kyrgyz people and Uzbeks in the south of the country, which escalated in June 2010. The violence ultimately led to the consolidation of a new parliamentary system in Kyrgyzstan.

During the general mayhem, exiles from the Uzbek minority claim they were assaulted and driven to Uzbekistan, with some 400,000 Kyrgyzstani citizens becoming internally displaced.Victims interviewed by media and aid workers testify to mass killing, gang rape and torture.Then-head of the Interim government Roza Otunbayeva indicated that the death toll is tenfold higher than was previously reported, which brings the number of the dead to 2,000 people.

Karakol, Kyrgyzstan.
Report about post conflict situation in Kyrgyzstan.
The Kyrgyz Revolution of 2010, also known as the Second Kyrgyz Revolution, began in April 2010 with the ousting of Kyrgyz president Kurmanbek Bakiyev in the capital Bishkek. It was followed by increased ethnic tension involving Kyrgyz people and Uzbeks in the south of the country, which escalated in June 2010. The violence ultimately led to the consolidation of a new parliamentary system in Kyrgyzstan.

During the general mayhem, exiles from the Uzbek minority claim they were assaulted and driven to Uzbekistan, with some 400,000 Kyrgyzstani citizens becoming internally displaced.Victims interviewed by media and aid workers testify to mass killing, gang rape and torture.Then-head of the Interim government Roza Otunbayeva indicated that the death toll is tenfold higher than was previously reported, which brings the number of the dead to 2,000 people.

Karakol, Kyrgyzstan.
Report about post conflict situation in Kyrgyzstan.
The Kyrgyz Revolution of 2010, also known as the Second Kyrgyz Revolution, began in April 2010 with the ousting of Kyrgyz president Kurmanbek Bakiyev in the capital Bishkek. It was followed by increased ethnic tension involving Kyrgyz people and Uzbeks in the south of the country, which escalated in June 2010. The violence ultimately led to the consolidation of a new parliamentary system in Kyrgyzstan.

During the general mayhem, exiles from the Uzbek minority claim they were assaulted and driven to Uzbekistan, with some 400,000 Kyrgyzstani citizens becoming internally displaced.Victims interviewed by media and aid workers testify to mass killing, gang rape and torture.Then-head of the Interim government Roza Otunbayeva indicated that the death toll is tenfold higher than was previously reported, which brings the number of the dead to 2,000 people.

US President Barack Obama speaks during a plenary session at the Bella Center in Copenhagen on December 18, 2009 on the 12th day of the COP15 UN Climate Change Conference.

US President Barack Obama speaks during a plenary session at the Bella Center in Copenhagen on December 18, 2009 on the 12th day of the COP15 UN Climate Change Conference.

US President Barack Obama speaks during a plenary session at the Bella Center in Copenhagen on December 18, 2009 on the 12th day of the COP15 UN Climate Change Conference.

US President Barack Obama speaks during a plenary session at the Bella Center in Copenhagen on December 18, 2009 on the 12th day of the COP15 UN Climate Change Conference.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry ( L) speaks alongside European Union High Representative Catherine Ashton (R) during a press conference in Geneva on April 17, 2014, after a day of quadrilateral talks between representatives of Ukraine, the European Union, Russia, and the United States about the Ukrainian political crisis. Russia, Ukraine, the US and EU reached a surprise deal today on de-escalating the worsening crisis in Ukraine, in a ray of hope for the former Soviet republic that has plunged into chaos. The agreement reached in Geneva comes as a strong contrast to earlier hawkish comments made by Russian leader Vladimir Putin, who left the door open for intervention in Ukraine. AFP /UE/Richard Juilliart

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry ( L) speaks alongside European Union High Representative Catherine Ashton (R) during a press conference in Geneva on April 17, 2014, after a day of quadrilateral talks between representatives of Ukraine, the European Union, Russia, and the United States about the Ukrainian political crisis. Russia, Ukraine, the US and EU reached a surprise deal today on de-escalating the worsening crisis in Ukraine, in a ray of hope for the former Soviet republic that has plunged into chaos. The agreement reached in Geneva comes as a strong contrast to earlier hawkish comments made by Russian leader Vladimir Putin, who left the door open for intervention in Ukraine. AFP /UE/Richard Juilliart

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks alongside European Union High Representative Catherine Ashton  during a press conference in Geneva on April 17, 2014, after a day of quadrilateral talks beetwen representatives of Ukraine, the European Union, Russia, and the United States about the Ukrainian political crisis. Russia, Ukraine, the US and EU reached a surprise deal today on de-escalating the worsening crisis in Ukraine, in a ray of hope for the former Soviet republic that has plunged into chaos. The agreement reached in Geneva comes as a strong contrast to earlier hawkish comments made by Russian leader Vladimir Putin, who left the door open for intervention in Ukraine. AFP /UE/Richard Juilliart

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks alongside European Union High Representative Catherine Ashton during a press conference in Geneva on April 17, 2014, after a day of quadrilateral talks beetwen representatives of Ukraine, the European Union, Russia, and the United States about the Ukrainian political crisis. Russia, Ukraine, the US and EU reached a surprise deal today on de-escalating the worsening crisis in Ukraine, in a ray of hope for the former Soviet republic that has plunged into chaos. The agreement reached in Geneva comes as a strong contrast to earlier hawkish comments made by Russian leader Vladimir Putin, who left the door open for intervention in Ukraine. AFP /UE/Richard Juilliart

Lausanne, Switzerland
The President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Thomas Bach speaks to the media at the end of an IOC Executive Board meeting in Lausanne, on June 8 2015. Bach said on June 8 that scandal-plagued FIFA needs 'painful' but necessary reform. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD JUILLIART (Photo credit should read Richard Juilliart/AFP/Getty Images)

Lausanne, Switzerland
The President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Thomas Bach speaks to the media at the end of an IOC Executive Board meeting in Lausanne, on June 8 2015. Bach said on June 8 that scandal-plagued FIFA needs ‘painful’ but necessary reform. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD JUILLIART (Photo credit should read Richard Juilliart/AFP/Getty Images)

Vatican.
Pope Francis at the Vatican City.

Vatican.
Pope Francis at the Vatican City.

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon delivers keynote address at the 2012 World Food Prize laureate award ceremony.

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon delivers keynote address at the 2012 World Food Prize laureate award ceremony.

Vice President of the United States of America, is pictured during his speech at the Atlantic Council 2017.

Vice President of the United States of America, is pictured during his speech at the Atlantic Council 2017.

Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan addresses the SportAccord convention in the Gulf emirate of Dubai on April 29, 2010.

Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan addresses the SportAccord convention in the Gulf emirate of Dubai on April 29, 2010.

Former Prime Minister of Portugal António Guterres was sworn in Monday, 12 December, as the next United Nations Secretary-General, succeeding Ban Ki-moon who steps down at the end of the month. Mr. Guterres, 67, was Prime Minister of Portugal from 1995 to 2002, and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees from June 2005 to December 2015. He will become the world's top diplomat on 1 January 2017, and hold that post for the next five years. He was formally appointed by the General Assembly on 13 October in what was the culmination of an historic process Member States set in motion late last year: the selection of a new United Nations Secretary-General, traditionally decided behind closed-doors by a few powerful countries, for the first time in history, involved public discussions with each candidate campaigning for the Organization's ninth chief.

Former Prime Minister of Portugal António Guterres was sworn in Monday, 12 December, as the next United Nations Secretary-General, succeeding Ban Ki-moon who steps down at the end of the month. Mr. Guterres, 67, was Prime Minister of Portugal from 1995 to 2002, and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees from June 2005 to December 2015. He will become the world’s top diplomat on 1 January 2017, and hold that post for the next five years. He was formally appointed by the General Assembly on 13 October in what was the culmination of an historic process Member States set in motion late last year: the selection of a new United Nations Secretary-General, traditionally decided behind closed-doors by a few powerful countries, for the first time in history, involved public discussions with each candidate campaigning for the Organization’s ninth chief.

United Nations, New York, USA, September 21, 2018 -General Assembly Pays Tribute to Former Secretary-General Kofi Annan

United Nations, New York, USA, September 21, 2018 -General Assembly Pays Tribute to Former Secretary-General Kofi Annan

Geneva, Switzerland.
A picture taken on February 10, 2015 in Meyrin, near Geneva, shows the CMS (Compact Muon Solenoid) Cavern at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN). Excitement is mounting at the world's largest proton smasher, where scientists are close to launching a superpowered hunt for particles that may change our understanding of the Universe. Physicists and engineers are running the final checks on an upgrade that nearly doubled the muscle of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which in 2012 unlocked the putative Higgs boson and, with it, a Nobel Prize. The two-year power boost will take experiments into a previously-inaccessible realm that resembles science fiction. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD JUILLIART (Photo credit should read Richard Juilliart/AFP/Getty Images)

Geneva, Switzerland.
A picture taken on February 10, 2015 in Meyrin, near Geneva, shows the CMS (Compact Muon Solenoid) Cavern at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN). Excitement is mounting at the world’s largest proton smasher, where scientists are close to launching a superpowered hunt for particles that may change our understanding of the Universe. Physicists and engineers are running the final checks on an upgrade that nearly doubled the muscle of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which in 2012 unlocked the putative Higgs boson and, with it, a Nobel Prize. The two-year power boost will take experiments into a previously-inaccessible realm that resembles science fiction. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD JUILLIART (Photo credit should read Richard Juilliart/AFP/Getty Images)

Geneva,Switzerland.
Fresco featuring Kim Jong Il (L) and Kim Il Sung, who died in 1994 at the North-Korean  embassy in Geneva.

Geneva,Switzerland.
Fresco featuring Kim Jong Il (L) and Kim Il Sung, who died in 1994 at the North-Korean embassy in Geneva.

Outkast performs on stage at the Auditorium Stravinski during the 48th Montreux Jazz Festival on July , 2014.

Outkast performs on stage at the Auditorium Stravinski during the 48th Montreux Jazz Festival on July , 2014.

Former soccer star Diego Maradona (L)  kisses  Ronaldinho's forehead after special audience with Pope Francis held before a special "Match for Peace". Current and former soccer stars representing various religious faiths participated in the "Match for Peace", which was held in the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

Former soccer star Diego Maradona (L) kisses Ronaldinho’s forehead after special audience with Pope Francis held before a special “Match for Peace”. Current and former soccer stars representing various religious faiths participated in the “Match for Peace”, which was held in the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

A man looks at a Montblanc watch, part of Switzerland-based luxury goods holding company Richemont, during the opening day of the 'Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie' (SIHH), a professional fair in fine watchmaking, on January 18, 2016. / AFP / Richard Juilliart (Photo credit should read RICHARD JUILLIART/AFP/Getty Images)

A man looks at a Montblanc watch, part of Switzerland-based luxury goods holding company Richemont, during the opening day of the ‘Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie’ (SIHH), a professional fair in fine watchmaking, on January 18, 2016. / AFP / Richard Juilliart (Photo credit should read RICHARD JUILLIART/AFP/Getty Images)

Visitors looks at the stand of Cartier, owned by the Swiss luxury goods group Richemont, during the opening day of the 'Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie' (SIHH), a professional fair in fine watchmaking in Geneva, on January 18, 2016. / AFP / Richard Juilliart (Photo credit should read RICHARD JUILLIART/AFP/Getty Images)

Visitors looks at the stand of Cartier, owned by the Swiss luxury goods group Richemont, during the opening day of the ‘Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie’ (SIHH), a professional fair in fine watchmaking in Geneva, on January 18, 2016. / AFP / Richard Juilliart (Photo credit should read RICHARD JUILLIART/AFP/Getty Images)

An employe of Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet checks a wristwatch during the opening day of the 'Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie' (SIHH), a professional fair in fine watchmaking, on January 18, 2016. / AFP / Richard Juilliart (Photo credit should read RICHARD JUILLIART/AFP/Getty Images)

An employe of Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet checks a wristwatch during the opening day of the ‘Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie’ (SIHH), a professional fair in fine watchmaking, on January 18, 2016. / AFP / Richard Juilliart (Photo credit should read RICHARD JUILLIART/AFP/Getty Images)

An employee shows a Montblanc watch, owned by Richemont, a Switzerland-based luxury goods holding company, during the opening day of the 'Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie' (SIHH), a professional fair in fine watchmaking in Geneva, on January 18, 2016. / AFP / Richard Juilliart

An employee shows a Montblanc watch, owned by Richemont, a Switzerland-based luxury goods holding company, during the opening day of the ‘Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie’ (SIHH), a professional fair in fine watchmaking in Geneva, on January 18, 2016. / AFP / Richard Juilliart

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin hands over the Champions League trophy ahead of the UEFA football Champion's league semi-finals draw on April 21, 2017 in Nyon. / AFP PHOTO / Richard Juilliart (Photo credit should read RICHARD JUILLIART/AFP/Getty Images)

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin hands over the Champions League trophy ahead of the UEFA football Champion’s league semi-finals draw on April 21, 2017 in Nyon. / AFP PHOTO / Richard Juilliart (Photo credit should read RICHARD JUILLIART/AFP/Getty Images)

Sandra Mottaz, specialist in conservation and analytic restoration, analyzes a painting with ultraviolet light, searching for signs of forgery, on September 19, 2014 at the Fine Arts Experts Institute (FAEI), in Geneva. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD JUILLIART (Photo credit should read Richard Juilliart/AFP/Getty Images)

Sandra Mottaz, specialist in conservation and analytic restoration, analyzes a painting with ultraviolet light, searching for signs of forgery, on September 19, 2014 at the Fine Arts Experts Institute (FAEI), in Geneva. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD JUILLIART (Photo credit should read Richard Juilliart/AFP/Getty Images)

Dr. Killian Anheuser, head scientist at the Fine Arts Experts Institute (FAEI), analyses a bold-coloured painting purportedly by French master Fernand Leger, searching for signs of forgery, on September 19, 2014 in Geneva. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD JUILLIART (Photo credit should read Richard Juilliart/AFP/Getty Images)

Dr. Killian Anheuser, head scientist at the Fine Arts Experts Institute (FAEI), analyses a bold-coloured painting purportedly by French master Fernand Leger, searching for signs of forgery, on September 19, 2014 in Geneva. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD JUILLIART (Photo credit should read Richard Juilliart/AFP/Getty Images)

Members of the Frecce Tri Colori aerobatic display squad perform an aerial display in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Members of the Frecce Tri Colori aerobatic display squad perform an aerial display in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

David Maurice Robinson is an American former professional basketball player, who played center for the San Antonio Spurs in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for his entire career. Based on his prior service as an officer in the United States Navy, Robinson earned the nickname "The Admiral". Robinson is a 10-time NBA All-Star, the 1995 NBA MVP, a two-time NBA Champion (1999 and 2003), a two-time Olympic Gold Medal winner (1992, 1996), a two-time Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductee (2009 for his individual career, 2010 as a member of the 1992 United States men's Olympic basketball team), and a two-time U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame inductee (2008 individually, 2009 as a member of the 1992 Olympic team). He is widely considered one of the greatest centers in both college basketball and NBA history.To date, Robinson is the ! only player from the Naval Academy to play in the NBA.

David Maurice Robinson is an American former professional basketball player, who played center for the San Antonio Spurs in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for his entire career. Based on his prior service as an officer in the United States Navy, Robinson earned the nickname “The Admiral”. Robinson is a 10-time NBA All-Star, the 1995 NBA MVP, a two-time NBA Champion (1999 and 2003), a two-time Olympic Gold Medal winner (1992, 1996), a two-time Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductee (2009 for his individual career, 2010 as a member of the 1992 United States men’s Olympic basketball team), and a two-time U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame inductee (2008 individually, 2009 as a member of the 1992 Olympic team). He is widely considered one of the greatest centers in both college basketball and NBA history.To date, Robinson is the ! only player from the Naval Academy to play in the NBA.