from Photographers' Blog:

Cross-country protest

October 16, 2012

By Thomas Peter

"It feels good to walk in nature after so many months of boredom in the Immigration Holding Centre,” said Sallisou as we walked along a poplar-lined alley in the sleepy hinterland of Potsdam-Mittelmark, a rural county just outside the German capital of Berlin. Two weeks earlier, the smiling man from Niger had joined a 600 km (372 miles) foot march of refugees. With every county border they crossed, they were breaking a state order that restricts their movement to a territory around their camp. At present, Sallisou was eagerly filming the procession of refugees with a small video camera.

from Photographers' Blog:

A mile in her shoes

April 26, 2012

By Stephen Lam

Call it goofy, weird, fun.

It’s been quite a while since I’ve been tasked to photograph something with all the above. As photojournalists, we are always on the hunt for compelling images that give our audience a ‘feel’ of the scene. That said, it’s not an everyday event where your photo assignment puts a focus on people’s shoes.

from FaithWorld:

Catholic area riots after Protestant marches in Northern Ireland

July 13, 2011

(Nationalist youths and police in riot gear clash in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast July 12, 2011/Cathal McNaughton)

from Your View:

Greek marchers burn EU flag

November 18, 2010

Thousands march in Thessaloniki to commemorate the 1973 student revolt in Greece, November 17, 2010. Your View/Alexandros Michailidis

from Your View:

March to Commemorate 1973 Revolt.

By Annette Kristiansen
November 18, 2010

Thousands march in Thessaloniki to commemorate the 1973 student revolt in Greece, November 17, 2010. Your View/Alexandros Michailidis

from Shop Talk:

Check Out Line: Thank you, March

April 7, 2010

Check out the latest retailer to benefit from the earlier Easter and a mild March.

from The Great Debate UK:

BA-Iberia must fast-track reality flight

By Alexander Smith
May 12, 2009

alex-smith-- Alexander Smith is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own --

Anglo-Spanish dealmaking has a chequered recent history -- look no further than Ferrovial's disastrous takeover of airports operator BAA. But this shouldn't put British Airways and Iberia off fast tracking their planned tie-up to help stem losses.