A photo story about chld servants in Haiti, published in the NY Times, was taken down when it was discovered that the photographer had a business relationship with one of the key subjects of the story. http://www.bagnewsnotes.com/2013/05/a-photographer-a-fixer-the-new-york-times-and-child-servitude-in-haiti-a-story-gone-haywire-then-simply-gone/

A photo story about chld servants in Haiti, published in the NY Times, was taken down when it was discovered that the photographer had a business relationship with one of the key subjects of the story. http://www.bagnewsnotes.com/2013/05/a-photographer-a-fixer-the-new-york-times-and-child-servitude-in-haiti-a-story-gone-haywire-then-simply-gone/

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1/11: Ashanti is Ghana’s most populous region, home to almost 5 million people. Everyone in Ashanti, like the rest of Ghana, is at risk from malaria.

1/11: Ashanti is Ghana’s most populous region, home to almost 5 million people. Everyone in Ashanti, like the rest of Ghana, is at risk from malaria.

Khoi San of Namibia - The Eve Gene ~By Gregory Colbert Love your grandparents, everything could be different tomorrow

Khoi San of Namibia - The Eve Gene ~By Gregory Colbert Love your grandparents, everything could be different tomorrow

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