New York Times columnist, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, co-author Half the Sky, http://t.co/1RlrJ9Yu2R
A photo of the 2 girls eating leaves whom I mention in my Sudan column ( http://nyti.ms/MwLOEn )
Worried about my kids, with me here in Iran? Here's how people are treating my daughter!
I photographed this statue of Steve Jobs in a computer shop here in Iran. People here love their Apples!
Sheryl @WuDunn & I made a getaway to the Grand Canyon. Nothing like the south rim at sunset!
.@AnnCurry reports on Sudan's Nuba Mts tonight at 7 on NBC. Here's a pic of Ann & me in Nuba.
I photographed these kids in Sudan's Nuba Mts in a cave in which 16 of them shelter from bombs
To escape govt bombing, a family in Sudan's Nuba Mountains has lived in this cave for 8 months
My photo of sister & brother in Sudan's Nuba Mountains, sheltering in cave from govt bombings.
That's me interviewing SPLMN rebels in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. They're holding their own.
This woman says her #Bahrain husband was fired by Formula 1 just for "liking" a protest photo on Facebook. #Shame
At #Bahrain protest today, I met this engineer who said he was fired for pro-democracy FB posts
Cough, Cough: I shot this photo of cars driving through a cloud of tear gas in #Bahrain today
Cambodia, shooting Half the Sky doc: @RealMegRyan w/ girl whose brothel owner gouged out her eye
The people speak! Somebody just emailed me this photo from Occupy San Francisco
Somebody reads me, besides my Mom! A friend just sent this photo from an Occupy W.S. demo.
With the US pulling out of Iraq, I came across this photo of me in Basra as the war began:
With actress Eva Mendes shooting the Half the Sky documentary in a Sierra Leone village.
New arrivals in Dadaab refugee camp. Their descriptions of famine in Somalia are heartbreaking.
I visited this class of 130 Somali students in a tent at Dadaab. Only 38% of Dadaab kids go to school at all.
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