New York Times columnist, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, co-author Half the Sky, http://t.co/1RlrJ9Yu2R
A hopeful sign i just photographed in the roundabout. #Bahrain
I shot this after protesters reentered the roundabout. The sign offers good advice for the king.
My photo of Dr. Ekri in hospital (mentioned in my column http://nyti.ms/fnOwtK )
My pic of Dr. Ekri (mentioned in my online column) in hospital after being beaten by police.
A young woman breaks down as she tells me what happened when the police attacked #Bahrain democracy protesters.
Yup, that's me tweeting from Tahrir today.
Here's Nawal el-Saddawi, famed women's leader. She's 80-but told me she will sleep in #Tahrir.
I shot this photo of the truly young generation on Tahrir Square.
#Egypt pro-democracy protesters taking photos with soldiers on Tahrir. Hope they stay friendly.
The couple that admires Buddhas together stays together. Sheryl and me in Datong, China.
Sec. Clinton in Cambodia visiting one of my heroes, Pross, who was sold to brothel at 14, then blinded.
The couple that backpacks together stays together: Sheryl and me in Three Sisters Wilderness.
Win-a-Trip winner Mitch Smith w/ new friends on a Congo road. The truck had been stuck there in the mud for a month.
Getting a little editing advice from some new pals on the Gabon-Congo Republic border:
A Win-a-Trip glimpse: We enjoy Congo Republic's Highway No. 1, whose mud holes swallow entire vehicles.
Win-a-Trip 2010: Gabon's spectacular beaches, where elephants and hippos roam.
Ready to go hunting for dinner with a buddy in southern Sudan.
NY Times deliverers are heroes. Tree down, no power or heat, but look what came.
Me and my valentine, after shoveling snow the other day.
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