Thursday, November 6, 2008

LATEST PICS OUT OF ZIM......MORE SANCTIONS ARE NEEDED...

A woman suspected of cholera is brought in a pushcart to a clinic in Harare November 4, 2008. Zimbabwe state media reported the troubled southern African country was battling a cholera outbreak that has killed nine people in Harare, as residents grapple with acute water shortages and burst sewers.






A woman suspected of cholera is helped to stand upon arrival at a clinic in Harare November 4, 2008.





In this photo supplied by Four Paws the carcass of an elephant lies in the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe Sunday Oct. 19, 2008. Once known for its natural beauty and wealth of wildlife, Zimbabwe's economic crisis and lack of drinking water for the elephants has left authorities battling to maintain the reserve. Poaching is increasing as hungry Zimbabweans look for alternative sources of food.







A Zimbabwean holds a new one million dollar note, introduced by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in Harare, Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008. Zimbabwe is battling with the worlds highest inflation currently estimated at over 300 million percent.


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COME ON ''SANCTIONS FOR ZIMBABWE'' SQUEALERS YOU AREN'T DOING YOUR JOB VERY WELL THERE ARE STILL PEOPLE ALIVE IN ZIM.........

1 comments:

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am writing from the charity HOPE for Children. We would like to use one of these photos (a weoman susepected of cholera in a pushcart) for a cholera appeal in Zimbabwe. Are we able to use this photo for free?

Thanks,

Clive

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