new video loaded: ‘I Want the World to See’: Libyan Photographer Confronts Loss in His Devastated City
‘I Want the World to See’: Libyan Photographer Confronts Loss in His Devastated City
Libyan portrait photographer Muhammad Elalwany set out to document the aftermath of the devastating floods in his hometown of Derna, only to realize many of the faces he knew are now gone. He spoke with The New York Times, sharing his personal story along with images and video captured with his camera.
And Nancy Metzger of West Virginia National issues. Good morning, everyone. I am Hamad elwani. I’m a photographer born in 1957 here. What happens next was for us and for. That’s just standing there. And I’m shocked. Here becoming Octavian. Octavian hietalahti under fire. Under fire from beach. Oh, and if you’re looking for something even slightly sweet looking Mr space in the fireball. You can we go home? Muhammad Ali. Men are a bit afraid to come out. And hugged me. All nearly sahaba are fellow come back from al-jumahi. And so. No finances arsana. You go al-wadi you go. Belete said no can. The ashes are interred in darmo Becker Ovi. Doula Usman al-wadi. So our missions probably have a beginning and an ending end.
Recent episodes in Extreme Weather