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  • 1938年12月31日
    Washington

    Washington, D.C., June 7. An honorary degree was conferred on Democratic anti-New Deal Senator Burton K. Wheeler, of Montana, by American University 19380101 June 7.、クレジット:World History Archive/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 1995年03月28日
    アメリカン大学 独自の原爆展開催へ

    広島市の独自原爆展を共催する私立アメリカン大学=米国ワシントン(共同)(カラーネガ)

    商品コード: 1995032800085

  • 1995年05月17日
    王子たちの墓にオシリス神

    エジプト南部ルクソールの「王家の谷」にある巨大な墳墓の一番奥で見つかった古代エジプトの神オシリスの像。エジプト考古庁は16日、この墳墓には67にのぼる石室があり、発見された銘文などからラムセス2世の息子たちの墓である可能性が高まったと発表している。この写真は、約7年調査にあたってきたカイロ・アメリカン大学のケント・ウィークス教授が撮影した。撮影年月日は不明(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 1995051700068

  • 1995年05月17日
    王子たちの墓にオシリス神

    エジプト南部ルクソールの「王家の谷」にある巨大な墳墓の一番奥で見つかった古代エジプトの神オシリスの像。エジプト考古庁は16日、この墳墓には67にのぼる石室があり、発見された銘文などからラムセス2世の息子たちの墓である可能性が高まったと発表している。この写真は、約7年調査にあたってきたカイロ・アメリカン大学のケント・ウィークス教授が撮影した。撮影年月日は不明(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 1995051700067

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    1995年06月14日
    原爆展で打ち合わせ 被爆者の生きざま伝えたい

    原爆展開催で打ち合わせをする広島市職員とアメリカン大学の関係者。中央は直野章子さん(なおの・あきこ、アメリカン大職員)=3月21日、米国ワシントンの同大(共同)(カラーネガ)(アメリカン大職員米国の首都ワシントンのアメリカン大学を舞台に広島、長崎両市の協力で開催が決まった原爆展)

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    1995年06月14日
    被爆資料のこん包作業 原爆展展示の資料、米国へ

    アメリカン大学での原爆展へ向け発送する被爆資料をこん包する作業員=14日午後、広島平和記念資料館(米国ワシントンのアメリカン大学で開幕する原爆展)(原爆資料館)

    商品コード: 1995061400044

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    1995年07月08日
    明日から米大学で原爆展

    原爆展開始を前に7日、米アメリカン大学で展示される被爆資料を事前取材する日本人ジャーナリスト(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 1995070800016

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    1995年07月08日
    被爆した弁当箱 「被爆の実態伝わるなら」

    米国ワシントン・アメリカン大学の原爆資料展に貸し出された黒焦げの弁当箱

    商品コード: 1995070800051

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    1995年07月08日
    明日から米大学で原爆展

    原爆展開始を前に7日、米アメリカン大学で展示される被爆資料を事前取材する日本人ジャーナリスト(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 1995070800004

  • 1995年07月28日
    講演する平岡市長 “さざ波”の中、重い旅

    )、企画03S、8月3日付朝刊以降使用  アメリカン大学の講堂で講演する平岡敬・広島市長=7月9日、米国・ワシントンDC(共同)空

    商品コード: 1995072800091

  • 1995年08月02日
    イーデン氏直野さんと対面 いのちの大切さ伝えて

    原爆投下に関するシンポジウムのあと、初めて対面したフレッド・イーデンさん(左)と直野章子さん=7月16日、米国・ワシントンDCのアメリカン大学(共同)(カラーネガ)

    商品コード: 1995080200103

  • 1997年09月10日
    演説するクリントン大統領 対中関係と京都会議に重点

    9日、ワシントンのアメリカン大学で演説するクリントン米大統領(UPI=共同)

    商品コード: 1997091000013

  • 1998年11月17日
    アンソニー・ラング氏 来年4月に新たな危機も

    カイロ・アメリカン大学のアンソニー・ラング助教授(共同)

    商品コード: 1998111700089

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    2001年02月03日
    発見されたケブリン氏 米国人学生部長を無事発見

    一時消息を絶った後、2日深夜に無事発見されたベイルート・アメリカン大学のディーン・ケブリン学生部長(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 2001020300006

  • 2002年11月02日
    セミアティン助教授 民主の大勝阻む中枢テロ

    アメリカン大学のリチャード・セミアティン助教授(共同)

    商品コード: 2002110200076

  • 2003年09月27日
    「側の思想」拒んだ知識人

    今年6月、ベイルートのアメリカン大学で講演するサイード氏(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 2003092700057

  • 2010年07月01日
    Obama Speech on Immigration Reform

    Mayors Michael Nutter of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, left, and Michael Bloomberg of New York, New York listen as United States President Barack Obama makes a speech about immigration reform at American University on Thursday, July 1, 2010. .Credit: Dennis Brack / Pool via CNP | usage worldwide、クレジット:CNP/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2011年03月06日
    メア米日本部長の発言録 和の文化「ゆすりの手段」

    米アメリカン大学の学生らが作成したメア米国務省日本部長の発言録の一部。「沖縄の人は怠惰でゴーヤーも栽培できない」などとある

    商品コード: 2011030600151

  • 2019年05月28日
    Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum SHIFTING POWERS.

    From left to right: Emeka Umejei, American University of Nigeria, Prof. Anbin Shi, CHN, Tsinghua University / Ministry of Education Endowment, Professor of Global Media and Communications Studies, Olaf ZAPKE, Editor-in-Chief Thomson-Reuters, Christopher FORST, Friedrich Ebert Foundation , at the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum SHIFTING POWERS, May 28, 1919 in Bonn | usage worldwide、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2019年05月28日
    Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum SHIFTING POWERS.

    Emeka Umejei, American University of Nigeria, at the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum SHIFTING POWERS, 28.05.2019 in Bonn ツ | usage worldwide、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年04月15日
    Daily life in Beirut

    15 April 2020, Lebanon, Beirut: Lebanese surgeon Mohamad Kudieh walks home after finishing his working shift at the American University hospital in Beirut during a nationwide lockdown aiming to curb the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19). The Lebanese pound plunged against the US dollar on the informal market, reaching its lowest record since the beginning of the year as the country is facing one of its worst economic crisis exacerbated by the harsh measures taken to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Marwan Naamani/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2020年07月06日
    architecture, college, American University, Washington DC, historical,

    July 6, 2020, Washington Dc, USA: College of History, American University, Washington, D.C., USA, Harris & Ewing, 1914 (Credit Image: © JT Vintage/Glasshouse via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©JT Vintage/Glasshouse via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年02月14日
    Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccination in Lebanon

    14 February 2021, Lebanon, Beirut: A health worker prepares a dose of Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine at the American University Medical centre. Lebanon received yesterday, Saturday, the first batch of vaccine. Photo: Marwan Naamani/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年02月14日
    Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccination in Lebanon

    14 February 2021, Lebanon, Beirut: A woman takes a selfie as she receives a dose of Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine at the American University Medical centre after Lebanon received yesterday, Saturday, the first batch of vaccine. Photo: Marwan Naamani/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年02月14日
    Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccination in Lebanon

    14 February 2021, Lebanon, Beirut: A nurse receives a dose of Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine at the American University Medical centre after Lebanon received yesterday, Saturday, the first batch of vaccine. Photo: Marwan Naamani/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年02月14日
    Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccination in Lebanon

    14 February 2021, Lebanon, Beirut: A health worker prepares a dose of Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine at the American University Medical centre. Lebanon received yesterday, Saturday, the first batch of vaccine. Photo: Marwan Naamani/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年02月14日
    Middle East News - February 14, 2021

    February 14, 2021, Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon: A medic receives a dose of the COVID-19 Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine at Lebanon‘s American University Medical Center in the capital Beirut, on February 14, 2021, as the country kickstarts its inoculation campaign. - Lebanon gave its first COVID-19 vaccine dose to a doctor, as it started inoculation it hopes will keep the pandemic in check amid a deepening economic crisis (Credit Image: © Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年02月14日
    Middle East News - February 14, 2021

    February 14, 2021, Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon: A medic receives a dose of the COVID-19 Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine at Lebanon‘s American University Medical Center in the capital Beirut, on February 14, 2021, as the country kickstarts its inoculation campaign. - Lebanon gave its first COVID-19 vaccine dose to a doctor, as it started inoculation it hopes will keep the pandemic in check amid a deepening economic crisis (Credit Image: © Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年02月14日
    Middle East News - February 14, 2021

    February 14, 2021, Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon: People wait to receive the COVID-19 Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine at Lebanon‘s American University Medical Center in the capital Beirut, on February 14, 2021, as the country kickstarts its inoculation campaign. - Lebanon gave its first COVID-19 vaccine dose to a doctor, as it started inoculation it hopes will keep the pandemic in check amid a deepening economic crisis (Credit Image: © Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年02月14日
    Middle East News - February 14, 2021

    February 14, 2021, Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon: A medic prepares a dose of the COVID-19 Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine at Lebanon‘s American University Medical Center in the capital Beirut, on February 14, 2021, as the country kickstarts its inoculation campaign. - Lebanon gave its first COVID-19 vaccine dose to a doctor, as it started inoculation it hopes will keep the pandemic in check amid a deepening economic crisis (Credit Image: © Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年02月14日
    Middle East News - February 14, 2021

    February 14, 2021, Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon: A medic receives a dose of the COVID-19 Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine at Lebanon‘s American University Medical Center in the capital Beirut, on February 14, 2021, as the country kickstarts its inoculation campaign. - Lebanon gave its first COVID-19 vaccine dose to a doctor, as it started inoculation it hopes will keep the pandemic in check amid a deepening economic crisis (Credit Image: © Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年02月14日
    Middle East News - February 14, 2021

    February 14, 2021, Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon: A medic receives a dose of the COVID-19 Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine at Lebanon‘s American University Medical Center in the capital Beirut, on February 14, 2021, as the country kickstarts its inoculation campaign. - Lebanon gave its first COVID-19 vaccine dose to a doctor, as it started inoculation it hopes will keep the pandemic in check amid a deepening economic crisis (Credit Image: © Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Haitham Moussawi/APA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    This is how Afghan women dress. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★In protest to the Taliban‘s dress code, I proudly share these photos in traditional Afghan attire. Vibrant, bright colors adorned with jewels. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanis=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    This is my traditional Afghani dress and that is my true culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Taliban & nobody is allowed to changed Afghan traditional dress in a draconian black burqa. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRE=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★I am Afghan woman. This is my traditional Afghan dress. I do not allowed anyone to changed or to disregard my culture. We Afghans are proud of traditional & historical culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afgha=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Do Not Touch My Clothes, What a strong campaign to show just how colorful Afghan women are. We are all strong, Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo b=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 12, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Taliban & nobody is allowed to changed Afghan traditional dress in a draconian black burqa. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRE=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    Nothing to say, Do Not Touch My Clothes. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★We dress as colourful as our flag Flag of Afghanistan. This is my identity this is my culture not black âBurqasâ. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Phot=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★This is the real #afghan culture the Taliban are trying to hide Flag of Afghanistan Culture Do Not Touch My Clothes, for inspiring this movement to show the world real Afghan Culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspire=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★This is our Afghan authentic dress. Afghan women wear such colorful and modest attires. The black burqa never has been part of the Afghan culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afgh=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★This is our Afghan authentic dress. Afghan women wear such colorful and modest attires. The black burqa never has been part of the Afghan culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afgh=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★All these are models and actors, Doing their profession. They do not represent Afghan women‘s problems but only their profession. Real problems of Afghan women are far more different then clothes. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has =2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    Afghanistan is a country full of colour and culture, donât change that. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Shafi Karimi, My wife wearing traditional Afghan attire in Bamyan. This is Afghan culture and this is how Afghan women dress. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★These dresses are my Afghan clothes. Itâs extravagant, full of color and beautiful. This is my culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by Salam=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★AfghanWomen had a vibrant and colorful culture before any foreign occupiers. I hope we can see these colors again in Afghanistan. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, Septembe=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Dr Bahar Jalali, This is Afghan culture. I am wearing a traditional Afghan dress. Afghanistan Culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 12, 2021. Photo by SalamP=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Proud to be a woman, No matter which country you belong Stand up for women around the world Take a photo and hashtag Do Not Touch My Clothes. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanist=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Taliban & nobody is allowed to changed Afghan traditional dress in a draconian black burqa. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRE=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★We dress as colourful as our flag Flag of Afghanistan. This is my identity this is my culture not black âBurqasâ. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Phot=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★This is our Afghan authentic dress. Afghan women wear such colorful and modest attires. The black burqa never has been part of the Afghan culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afgh=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Dr Bahar Jalali, Such a terrible feeling to see the pictures. Worse, no one is able to do anything to stop this. No hope, Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 12, 20=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - William and Mary guard YURI COVINGTON (5) dishes off the ball around American University forward JOSH ALEXANDER (21), left, and American University forward JOHNNY OÃNEIL (14), back, in the first half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - American University forward MATT ROGERS (15) and American University guard LINCOLN BALL (4) force William and Mary guard JULIAN LEWIS (2) to reverse his dribble in the first half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - William and Mary guard TYLER RICE (11), back, scores over American University guard LINCOLN BALL (4) in the first half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - American University forward CONNOR NELSON (5) deflects a pass by William and Mary guard JULIAN LEWIS (2) in the first half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - William and Mary forward LANGDON HATTON (33) scores against American University forward CONNOR NELSON (5) in the first half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - William and Mary guard JAKE MILKEREIT (1) drives against American University forward CONNOR NELSON (5) in the first half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - William and Mary guard JAKE MILKEREIT (1) scores against American University forward MATT ROGERS (15) in the first half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - William and Mary guard BRANDON CALL (4) steals the ball from American University forward JOSH ALEXANDER (21) in the first half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - William and Mary forward LANGDON HATTON (33) scores between American University guard JAXON KNOTEK (22), left, and American University forward JOSH ALEXANDER (21) in the first half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - William and Mary forward QUINN BLAIR (21) looses his footing and the ball against American University guard STACY BECKTON, JR. (2) in the first half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - American University guard COLIN SMALLS (3) drives against William and Mary guard TYLER RICE (12) in the second half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - American University guard COLIN SMALLS (3) lays up a score past William and Mary guard TYLER RICE (12) and William and Mary forward BEN WIGHT (35) in the second half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - American University forward JOSH ALEXANDER (21) battles to put a shot up against William and Mary forward BEN WIGHT (35) in the second half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - American University Head Coach MIKE BRENNAN directs his team against William and Mary in the second half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - American University Head Coach MIKE BRENNAN directs his team against William and Mary in the second half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - American University guard STACY BECKTON, JR. (2) gets fouled by William and Mary guard CONNOR KOCHERA (23), as he puts up a shot in the second half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - American University Head Coach MIKE BRENNAN directs his team against William and Mary in the second half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - American University guard STACY BECKTON, JR. (2) scores against William and Mary guard JULIAN LEWIS (2) in the second half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - American University forward JOHNNY OÃNEIL (14) sinks a 3-point shot against William and Mary guard TYLER RICE (12) in the second half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - William and Mary guard TYLER RICE (12), American University forward JOSH ALEXANDER (21) and William and Mary forward BEN WIGHT (35) battle for a rebound in the second half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年11月12日
    NCAA Basketball 2021 - American University beats William and Mary, 74-62

    November 12, 2021, WILLIAMSBURG, VA, USA: 20211112 - William and Mary guard TYLER RICE (12), American University forward JOSH ALEXANDER (21) and William and Mary forward BEN WIGHT (35) battle for a rebound in the second half at Kaplan Arena in Williamsburg, Va. (Credit Image: © Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Chuck Myers/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年12月01日
    Pro-choice protests at Supreme Court during hearing for Mississippi abortion case

    Sophie Emde-Gerdine, a student at American University, participates in a protest for abortion rights and Roe v. Wade at the Supreme Court as the justices hear oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women‘s Health Organization. JWHO is challenging the constitutionality of a Mississippi law prohibiting abortion after 15 weeks, claiming that it violates the 1973 Roe decision by banning abortion before fetal viability. (Photo by Allison Bailey/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Allison Bailey/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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