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#worldrefugeeday - Ahmed cries out of fear after crossing into Turkey from Syria with his family, joining more than 200,000 refugees who fled into Turkey when ISIS took over Kobani, Syria. September 20, 2014 ©️John Stanmeyer
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June 20th is World Refugee Day. Join me over the next 24 hours as I publish photographs on my IG account @johnstanmeyer, also by friends and colleagues, to raise awareness on this international day of observance to highlight the plight of refugees around our planet.
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#worldrefugeeday2018 @natgeo @natgeocreative #turkey #syria #refugees #boy #crying #fear


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From our CEO @kevin:
“Today, we have two big announcements to share. First, Instagram is now a global community of one billion! Since our launch in 2010, we’ve watched with amazement as the community has flourished and grown. This is a major accomplishment — so from all of us at Instagram, thank you!
Second, we’re announcing our most exciting feature to date: IGTV, a new app for watching long-form, vertical video from your favorite Instagram creators, like LaurDIY (@laurdiy) posting her newest project or King Bach (@kingbach) sharing his latest comedy skit. While there’s a stand-alone IGTV app, you’ll also be able to watch from within the Instagram app so the entire community of one billion can use it from the very start.
IGTV is different in a few ways. First, it’s built for how you actually use your phone, so videos are full screen and vertical. Also, unlike on Instagram, videos aren’t limited to one minute. Instead, each video can be up to an hour long.
We made it simple, too. Just like turning on the TV, IGTV starts playing as soon as you open the app. You don’t have to search to start watching content from people you already follow on Instagram and others you might like based on your interests. You can swipe up to discover more — switch between “For You,” “Following,” “Popular” and “Continue Watching.” You can also like, comment and send videos to friends in Direct.
Also like TV, IGTV has channels. But, in IGTV, the creators are the channels. When you follow a creator on Instagram, their IGTV channel will show up for you to watch. Anyone can be a creator — you can upload your own IGTV videos in the app or on the web to start your own channel.
Instagram has always been a place to connect with the people who inspire, educate and entertain you every day. With your help, IGTV begins a new chapter of video on Instagram. We hope it brings you closer to the people and things you love.
IGTV will be rolling out globally over the next few weeks on iOS and Android.


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STORY TAKEOVER! “The World’s Smallest French Bulldog is Taking Over!” Writes @pepperfrench | Catch Pepper takeover our Stories while out at @petco park during the @wholeheartedpets Dog Days of Summer event!


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Photo by @KristaRossow // Churning, nutrient-rich waters surround the #InianIslands where the Inside Passage meets the Pacific Ocean at Cross Sound. No wonder that haul-out rocks are covered in Steller sea lions, otters cling to abundant kelp, and it is common to see the white heads of bald eagles speckling the treetops. To see more of #Alaska and beyond, follow @KristaRossow.


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Hallstatt - Austria ✨❤️❤️❤️✨ Picture by ✨✨@cbezerraphotos✨✨
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#wonderful_places for a feature ❤️


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Upside Down | Photograph by Romano Salis
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“Acrobat and mountain guide Lukas Mathis on the top of Fiamma, a peak in the eastern part of the Alps,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Romano Salis. “After several fails, Lukas could hold his handstand and I was able to catch this breathtaking moment.”

“This seems so dangerous, to do a handstand on the peak of this rock face. I love how wide you made this frame, revealing not only the epic landscape to this moment, but also the height of Fiamma. I agree with Your Shot photographer Valerie Bryan who commented, 'Awesome shot! Although my knees got a bit weak looking at it! LOL! The sky is in perfect formation drawing your eye right to the man! Love it!'" — @natgeoyourshot Producer David Y. Lee (@davidylee)


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Photo by @paulnicklen: A conservationist swimming with tiger sharks off of Oahu teaches surfers how to avoid being attacked by the massive predators, a danger that's real but far less common than drowning. #hawaii #underwater #swimming #sharks #adventure


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