Take a careful look at the near-vertical fractured concrete column at the top of the frame, above the Minnie Mouse doll, in the top pic and compare it with the fractured concrete column just above-left of the man's head in the middle pic. It's the same column. Also, as noted above, the Minnie Mouse doll that appears in two (or maybe all) of these pictures is the same one.
Same man, same shirt, same toys, same day -- these three photos were taken in the same place, at the same time. But in what order?
In the bottom photo, the pink-clad doll appears with the clothes nearly off, but it's fully-dressed in the middle frame. If the man bothered to get the doll dressed, he had to put down the other two toys that he had in his hands. So, why aren't they in the suitcase, or on the ground at his feet? If he's retrieving the doll from the rubble in the bottom frame, then why isn't the teletubby in the suitcase already in the middle frame? The Minnie Mouse doll COULD be the object just below the pink doll in the suitcase picture (though I'm not convinced), but where's the teletubby? The man had all three in his hands in the bottom picture, but it seems the teletubby got lost between there and the suitcase.
Quite obviously, as many have already pointed out, the whole shoot was a totally staged event. This al-Stoolie isn't collecting beloved toys, he's setting up props for a feauxtographer.
Good catch again.
"If the man bothered to get the doll dressed, he had to put down the other two toys that he had in his hands"
I think he tore the clothes off the doll to give it a distressed look.