iPhone photos

I have an iPhone 5s. My iMac is OS 10.8.5.
When I delete photos from my iPhone is there a way to delete many at one time without having to individually select each photos? Now, I select each photo I want to delete then trash it. This is very time consuming.
The next big problem is when I hook up my iPhone to my iPhoto to add new photos, ALL THE PHOTOS I JUST DELETED FROM MY IPHONE HAVE BEEN UNDELETED.
They are all back on my iPhone. I have not checked the synch photo on iPhone. Don't know why they come back. Help!

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This will help you get a feel for the issue
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Go to Recent Deleted Photos

Go to "Photos ", find a file named "Recent Deleted Photos". All photos you deleted are listed in it, select them and delete again.

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yes you can

you can do this by going to the "moments" section and then on the right hand corner there is a "select option" you can then select each one and delete

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