Last year Lamido Sanusi was the governor of Nigeria’s central bank, and he wore pinstripe suits to work as he concerned himself with issues such as managing interest rates and keeping inflation under control. Today, Sanusi is the emir of Kano and sports long flowing gowns and a white veil over his face, while his daily activities include reciting the Quran and blessing visitors who bow before his feathered slippers.
Interesting short report from Syria. Vice says that it is the first western crew to enter Syria in March 2014 in to Idlib meeting one of the fighting forces in the area.
Photos from Jordan showing Egyptian farmers who work in our neighbor countries
And the Guardian chose Goran Tomasevic of Reuters as the photographer of the year.
Photos taken by late 17 years old photographer Molhem Barakat
An interview with famous Egyptian photojournalist Mosa'ab ElShamy
Panorama continues and presents another amazing photo essay topic about workers who ran their own factory for two years. It is promising and sad story at the same time.
Panorama's Mada Misr presents an amazing photo essay about the women of the Nile Delta villages selling cheese and butter in Alexandria. Really Beautiful and it is a must see and shared post.
Photos from the sectarian war erupted now in Central Africa.
The protests of Ukraine and the photos are making eyebrows rise in Egypt
One of the best photos in 2013 picked by Time magazine , a photo taken by Mosa'a El Shamy in the dispersal of Rabaa sit in that turned into a massacre
Best photos of the year 2013 from Reuters
He is back and he got a new follower !!
Horrifying photos for the soldiers bus in #NorthSinai
El Gamaliya old neighbourhood celebrates the birthday of its son Abdel Fatah El Sisi. I do not recount something like this to happen before in Egypt.
Amazing photos for UNESCO's world heritage sites all over the world
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