Look inside Peru's largest children's home - PhotoBlog
The Puericultorio Perez Aranibar children's home is the biggest of its kind in Peru with 82 years of history providing shelter for more than 400 children who are abandoned, orphaned, homeless or in dire need. Follow @msnbc_pictures
Facebook helps repo men get their job done - PhotoBlog
The agents of Advanced Recovery of New York work day and night locating and towing vehicles repossessed by banks and loan agencies.
340-ton rock headed straight for Los Angeles by very slow-moving trailer - PhotoBlog
Below, a wider night-time shot showing the whole contraption: AP reports that the rock's journey was delayed repeatedly as 22 cities weighed in on its path:
Sandbox for grownups: long jumpers hit the dirt - PhotoBlog
First women's internet cafe opens in Kabul - PhotoBlog
From a story on the Voice of America, reporting that YoungWomen4Change run the cafe as a safe place to exchange information without unwanted attention from men:
Police and protesters clash over public transportation in Bogota - PhotoBlog
Thousands of student clashed with police during spontaneous protests against the public transport system TransMilenio, in Bogota, Colombia.
Usually reclusive owl gather openly in South Anchorage - PhotoBlog
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Camping by necessity: an American homeless family - PhotoBlog
Reuters photographer Lucy Nicholson followed a homeless family in southern California, reporting on how they survive in a campground:
Africa rising? Building on China's Zambian frontier - PhotoBlog
PhotoBlog continues to showcase interesting photo projects from Once Magazine on the iPad.
A rare tornado touches down on Oahu - PhotoBlog
msnbc.com staff reports: A rare tornado blew roofs off homes and left other damage in its path through the Hawaiian communities of Lanikai and Enchanted Lake on Oahu, weather officials confirmed Friday. A National Weather Service team surveying damage and talking to witnes …
Fukushima: Before, during and after - Alan Boyle
Satellite images tracked the catastrophic impact of Japan's magnitude-9.0 earthquake and tsunami on the Fukushima nuclear complex and other key sites, and now they're tracking the reconstruction. To mark Sunday's anniversary of the disaster, DigitalGlobe is releasing pictures s …
Sky lights go wild, north and south - Alan Boyle
The solar storm that sparked so much debate this week got its second wind overnight, rewarding aurora aficionados from the Arctic to the Lower 48 to Australia.
Tsunami survivors: For a rice farmer, obstacles still ahead - PhotoBlog
Kuni Takahashi reports: Rice farmer Katsushi Haga, 67, and his wife, Eiko, 61, live in a temporary house built by the local government in Koizumi, a district of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture. “We are settling down and slowly getting comfortable for now,” Eiko H …
Toxic dyes in Holi celebrations kill 1, hospitalize hundreds - Natalia Jimenez
What traditionally are lighthearted Hindu celebrations of the arrival of spring, became deadly when hundreds of children came into contact with toxic colors used in the festivities.
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