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From the Archive
Jan 27, 2015
by Magnum Photographers
The Auschwitz Nazi concentration camp was liberated by Soviet troops on January 27th, 1945. The massive facility contained concentration, labor and extermination sections at which no fewer than 1.1 million people, mostly Jews, died in gas chambers as well as from starvation, disease, forced-labor, and medical experimentation. More...
From the Archive
Jan 26, 2015
by Magnum Photographers
A major blizzard will hit the US north-east bringing high winds, coastal flooding and deep snow.
Here are some images of past New York winter storms. More...
From the Archive
Jan 23, 2015
by Magnum Photographers
Abdullah ibn Abdilaziz, King of Saudi Arabia, has died at the age of 90 from pneumonia-related illness. He came to power when his brother, King Fahd, suffered a debilitating stroke in 1995 and became king when the latter died in 2005.

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Featured Essays
Jan 14, 2015
by Moises Saman
In late-November Moises Saman returned to Iraq to photograph the ongoing Kurdish fight against ISIL. In late-2013 ISIL forces made serious gains in Iraq thus enlarging the conflict that had previously been isolated to Syria. The Iraqi military had reeled in the face of IS attacks while Kurdish forces in the north proved to be a serious threat to the enemy advance. In late-2014 Kurdish forces achieved... More...
From the Archive
Jan 7, 2015
by Magnum Photographers
Gunmen have attacked the Paris office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people and injuring seven. Four of the magazine's well-known cartoonists, including its editor-in-chief Stephane Charbonnier were reported among those killed, as well as at least two police officers. French media have named the three other cartoonists killed in the attack as Cabu, Tignous and Wolinski.

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From the Archive
Jan 5, 2015
by Abbas
Le Monde - The World - the most prestigious French newspaper, turned 70 last December. It was created in 1944, after the liberation of France.

In 1976, photographer Abbas spent two days photographing all its activities, starting from the early morning conference where, by tradition, editors stand up. There were no computers in those days, stories were written by hand and then typed by secretaries.... More...
Events
Mar 28 — Apr 1 2015.
Feb 25 — Feb 28 2015.
Books
Paris Magnum
Magnum Photographers
New Book: Exiles (2014)
Josef Koudelka
Projects
Magnum Photos and Carnival Films join forces
Magnum Photos London