Afghanistan's Children of War - In Focus - The Atlantic An Afghan boy watches as his father is searched by a policeman at a checkpoint at Delaram district in Nimroz province, on January (Reuters/Marko Djurica)
"Kevin Carter’s Pulitzer Prize winning photo taken in 1994 during the Sudan famine. The picture depicts a famine stricken child being stalked by a vulture. The child is crawling towards a United Nations food camp, located a kilometer away.
An incredibly powerful photo Raghu Rai - Burial of an unknown child the morning after the catastrophic Union Carbide gas leak that killed thousands on the early morning of December Raghu Rai cried as he took this picture.
Children comfort each other in a scrapyard in Kathmandu, Nepal, in a 2011 image by photographer Chan Kwok Hung of Hong Kong. The picture, an entry in the "Quality of Life" category, won top honors in the 2011 Environmental Photographer of the Year awards
Aboriginal man using newly installed phone for the first time in Amhem Land, Australia, ca. Photo by Penny Tweedie. This probably isn't supposed to be funny, but just the look on his face.and the bright orange phone.
Two Hmong children in Can Ty, Ha Giang province, Vietnam This photo is being used for the Nepal earthquake. How sad people have to exploit children this way. There is enough destruction in Nepal without this type of fake photo.
What leads police to this type of action? - Police in Bangladesh using bamboo staves, teargas and water cannon fought with textile workers (including children) demanding back pay and an immediate rise in monthly wages on the streets of Dhaka, 2010