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Emin Bektic, a father of ten in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sadik Salimovic.

Emin Bektic, a father of ten in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Iraq. Radio Free Iraq,  Abdel Khaleq Sultan.

Iraq. Radio Free Iraq, Abdel Khaleq Sultan.

Travel by Donkey outside Kabul, Afghanistan. Photo by Radio Azadi. - Looks like extreme fun!

Travel by Donkey outside Kabul, Afghanistan. Photo by Radio Azadi.

Credit: David Levene/David Levene Mirza Bakhishov,  47, and his family pose with a week's worth of food outside their home in Shahveller village. Mirza, 47, was born and bred in this village, in this house. He has been engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry all his life. He and his wife, Zarkhara, 37, and two sons, Khasay, 18 and Elchin, 15, own a small amount of land. Zarkhara produces 1 hectare of alfalfa, which he uses for his animals. He also cultivates a small area of cotton and…

The impact of the global food crisis on Azerbaijan - in pictures

Photographer David Levene visits families in the Barda region of Azerbaijan, where, despite the country's natural oil reserves, soaring food prices are threatening the community's food security

Poturovic Wins Photography Grand Prize

An RFE/RL photographer wins plaudits for his searing photograph, "Violence Against Roma People.

Photographer: Jan Møller Hansen  Title: Building one of the fastest growing mega cities in the World  Location: Bangladesh

Photographer: Jan Møller Hansen Title: Building one of the fastest growing mega cities in the World Location: Bangladesh

Young falconers in a hunting competition in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Photo by RFE/RL's Kazakh Service.

Young falconers in a hunting competition in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Photo by RFE/RL's Kazakh Service.

Armenia - Yezidi sheep farmers in the mountains of Urtsasar, June 22, 2012. Photo by Karen Minasyan (RFE/RL)

Armenia - Yezidi sheep-farmers in the mountains of Urtsasar, June 22 Photo by Karen Minasyan (RFE/RL)

Afghan schoolchildren. Photo by RFE/RL

Afghanistan's Education Ministry has urged Pakistan to reopen supply routes to NATO to allow for the delivery to Afghanistan of million textbooks intended for Afghan schoolchildren.

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