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The Unfortunate Many

While a few Syrians are allowed to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, most are denied entry and are forced to just wait in a dirt field at the edge of Greece.

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Waiting for Easter Sunday Mass

Gathering before 6am, people wait for the police barricade to be removed so they can secure a seat for the Mass. On this day the entire Roman Catholic faith focuses on the Easter Sunday Mass on St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican City in Rome, Italy.

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Waiting for Easter Sunday Mass

Gathering before 6am, people wait for the police barricade to be removed so they can secure a seat for the Mass. On this day the entire Roman Catholic faith focuses on the Easter Sunday Mass on St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican City in Rome, Italy.

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Waiting in the Rain

The Roman Catholic church celebrates Good Friday in Rome, Italy by hosting the Via Crucis or Way of the Cross at the Colosseum. This is somber event that follows Christ’s journey through the Stations of the Cross. The faithful wait for many hours before the event to secure a good spot to see the procession and the Pope.

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Waiting at the Airport

An image taken from a trip to East Indonesia islands.

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Waiting Outside the Store

Scenes from daily life in Bridgetown, Barbados.

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Waiting in the Train

A man stands waiting inside a train during one of its stops in India.

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Waiting on a Train

A passenger at a train station reads the newspaper in Athens, Greece.

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Waiting on a Train

A passenger at a train station reads the newspaper in Athens, Greece.

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Girl in Red Dress

Jamhuri Showgrounds, Nairobi, Kenya. Internally displaced people from Nairobi’s Kibera slums sought refuge at the Jamhuri Showgrounds. Thousands sought refuge there.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Three Women

Jamhuri Showgrounds, Nairobi, Kenya. Internally displaced people from Nairobi’s Kibera slums sought refuge at the Jamhuri Showgrounds. Thousands sought refuge there.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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The Crowd Waits

Jamhuri Showgrounds, Nairobi, Kenya. Internally displaced people from Nairobi’s Kibera slums sought refuge at the Jamhuri Showgrounds. Thousands sought refuge there.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Mother and Son

Jamhuri Showgrounds, Nairobi, Kenya. Internally displaced people from Nairobi’s Kibera slums sought refuge at the Jamhuri Showgrounds. Thousands sought refuge there.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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On the Fence

Jamhuri Showgrounds, Nairobi, Kenya. Internally displaced people from Nairobi’s Kibera slums sought refuge at the Jamhuri Showgrounds. Thousands sought refuge there.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Laying in the Grass

A local church opened their grounds to internally displaced people. Kenyans camped out on the grounds, in the church and on any space available.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Laying in the Grass

A local church opened their grounds to internally displaced people. Kenyans camped out on the grounds, in the church and on any space available.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Sitting and Waiting

Nakuru Showgrounds opened up to more than 40,000 Internally Displaced Kenyans at any given time. They came by the truckload.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Under the Umbrella

Nakuru Showgrounds opened up to more than 40,000 Internally Displaced Kenyans at any given time. They came by the truckload.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Sitting and Waiting

Nakuru Showgrounds opened up to more than 40,000 Internally Displaced Kenyans at any given time. They came by the truckload.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Sitting Around

Nakuru Showgrounds opened up to more than 40,000 Internally Displaced Kenyans at any given time. They came by the truckload.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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