Anna Bedyńska is a documentary photographer based in Poland who touches and overcomes taboo subjects. Her main concentration is social change. She pays special attention to the situation of women in the modern world. One of the biggest honors of her work was entering the world of parents waiting for their child to be born. She assisted many deliveries, which resulted in an exhibition that traveled throughout Poland and abroad. She is a staff photographer at Gazeta Wyborcza and has received several prizes in press photo contests.
Palestinians drag the dead body of a suspected collaborator with Israel through the streets of Gaza City, on 20 November. That week had seen heavy bombardment of Gaza by Israel, in what was known as Operation Pillar of Defense.
The dead man was one of six alleged collaborators killed at a city intersection by masked men, who forced them to lie on the ground, and shot them in the head. The military wing of the ruling Hamas organization claimed responsibility for the deaths.
Adel Hana studied computer science at The American University in Cairo, Egypt, before participating in five training programs held in Jerusalem and Gaza for journalists. He then worked as a news editor and reporter for several Palestinian publications in East Jerusalem. He has been a Gaza-based photographer for The Associated Press since 1993.
"Schoolboys in the Jabalia refugee camp in the Gaza Strip on Thursday lighted candles during a protest against fuel cuts that have led to power shortages. Gaza’s lone power plant shut its generators on Friday due to a fuel shortage.