New category, which I think is entirely appropriate for this blog.
*Warning: possible graphic and disturbing imagery.
This one's a bit late, but I think it's worthy anyways.
This BBC video shows the BBC reporters rescuing various people left stranded for days in the flooded New Orleans neighborhoods, including five children whose mother had died in their home.
In the BBC reporter's words: "It seems quite incredible to me that we are the only boat in this neighborhood. And in every neighborhood we have gone into there are so many people with so many needs."
This subject, on the other hand, is not untimely. Here, I simply did an image search* on the phrase "Iraq war"; although these days, even the word Iraq will do; or even l'irak or Irak. ...Or any other relevent words, like Fallujah, or phosphorus weapons. (BTW, make sure to turn Safe Search off, folks). Or, you can try some creatively-paired words. This is often a more direct way to view the certain harsh realities that you aren't going to see on the sanitized TeeVee screen.
(*This blog makes no guarantee of the validity or accuracy of information found in web searches, but it's a good source nonetheless.)