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totalBarça Infographic: Messi 2012 vs 2013

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The Club’s official photographer, Miguel Ruiz, and Ricard Torquemada, a journalist with Catalunya Ràdio, accompanied Guardiola’s team throughout the season and on all their travels. They have documented their triumphs, their spectacular play, their connection with the fans, their team spirit and the worldwide recognition for their players: Messi, Xavi, Iniesta, Villa, Valdés, Piqué, Alves, etc.

The Club’s official photographer, Miguel Ruiz, and Ricard Torquemada, a journalist with Catalunya Ràdio, accompanied Guardiola’s team throughout the season and on all their travels. They have documented their triumphs, their spectacular play, their connection with the fans, their team spirit and the worldwide recognition for their players: Messi, Xavi, Iniesta, Villa, Valdés, Piqué, Alves, etc.

Libya, 2011: A girl watches a peaceful demonstration in Martyrs’ Square, in Tripoli. Behind her is the newly adopted national flag. Though fighting lingers in several areas, most schools recently re-opened, allowing millions of children to resume their educations after month of insecurity. UNICEF and partners are working with local officials to rehabilitate damaged school buildings and clear school grounds of explosive weapons left from the conflict. - ©UNICEF/Giovanni Diffidenti

Libya, 2011: A girl watches a peaceful demonstration in Martyrs’ Square, in Tripoli. Behind her is the newly adopted national flag. Though fighting lingers in several areas, most schools recently re-opened, allowing millions of children to resume their educations after month of insecurity. UNICEF and partners are working with local officials to rehabilitate damaged school buildings and clear school grounds of explosive weapons left from the conflict. - ©UNICEF/Giovanni Diffidenti

Hussam, 11, surveys the remnants of his damaged home, in the city of Rafah, in the Gaza Strip.  ---  Children throughout the region struggle to cope after the violence. UNICEF and its partners are working hard on emergency projects to get children back to class, despite damage to more than 136 schools and kindergartens. We’re also providing health services, water, sanitation and psychosocial support to children.     © UNICEF/2012/Iyad El Baba     http://www.unicef.org

Bonded labor essay about myself Did you know that The Pennsylvania Clean Indoor Air Act (CIAA) passed in 2008 included many exceptions where smoking is still permitted today?