Ali Kaveh

Everyday Iran

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Photojournalist and co-founder of the Instagram feed Everyday Iran

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We often only see foreign countries in the aftermath of a natural disaster or a terrorist attack, but these images hardly paint the whole picture of a place.  They don’t show the…

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We often only see foreign countries in the aftermath of a natural disaster or a terrorist attack, but these images hardly paint the whole picture of a place.  They don’t show the…

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There are some places in the world we only hear about when something awful happens, when there’s a terrorist attack, natural disaster, or deadly epidemic.

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There are some places in the world we only hear about when something awful happens, when there’s a terrorist attack, natural disaster, or deadly epidemic.

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