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Obama returns to the public stage and more: April 24 in photos

Former President Barack Obama hosts a conversation on civic engagement and community organizing, Monday, April 24, 2017, at the University of Chicago in Chicago; President Donald Trump, accompanied by his daughter Ivanka Trump, talks via video conference with International Space Station Commander Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer on the Space Station from the Oval Office of the White House in Washington; and, An attendee smokes a marijuana cigarette, during a rally to support the legalization of marijuana on Capitol Hill in Washington.

These are just a few of the photos of the day for April 24, 2017.

(Photos: Charles Rex Arbogast/AP, Susan Walsh/AP, Alex Brandon/AP, Ilya Naymushin/Reuters, Mukhtar Khan/AP)

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sorry for a lack of postings;; i’ve been busy with uni and work and cosplays….

that being said!! while i am not tabling at melbnova this year, please still visit my friends at table 142!! I’ll probably also be hanging around there - as kashuu on sat and salter on sun ewe

Lana Del Rey photographed by Esteban Calderón on August 15, 2015, for Nylon Español.

A photographer in Syria put down his camera and picked up a wounded boy after bombing

  • Picture the moment: You are a photographer working in Syria when a bomb rips through a convoy of busses carrying refugees to safety from towns besieged by civil war.
  • The blast renders you temporarily unconscious, and when you wake up, the scene is carnage. Your decision is immediate, and instead of reaching for your camera, you reach over to take the pulse of a child lying nearby.
  • The child is dead. You find another child, barely breathing, and you pick him up. You run.
  • This was the moment captured by Muhammad Alrageb, another photographer who was on the scene last Saturday during the bomb blast that killed at least 126 Syrian evacuees, most of who were fleeing the al-Foua and Kefraya villages in the Idlib province, Reuters reported.
  • Alrageb’s photo shows his fellow photographer Abd Alkader Habak rushing a wounded child to safety. In an interview with CNN, Habak said that he left the young victim with medics, but wasn’t sure whether or not the boy survived. Read more (4/18/17)