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Jan 30, 2015
by Michael Christopher Brown
Michael Christopher Brown went to Cuba shortly after it was announced the United States and Cuba would restore ties for the first time in fifty years. These images were taken during the second half of a month-long trip to Cuba (images from first half under embargo until March).
Michael will be returning to the island in mid-February to continue the project.

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Jan 19, 2015
by Magnum Photographers
The First World War Now. The First World War by ten Magnum photographers.
The photographers Carl de Keyser (Belgium), Alec Soth (USA), Thomas Dworzak (Germany), Alex Majoli (Italy), Mark Power (UK), Antoine D’Agata (France), Nikos Economopoulos (Greece), Chien-Chi Chang (Austria/Taiwan), Gueorgui Pinkhassov (Russia) and Trent Parke (Australia), reflect - in their own ways and from the perspectives... More...
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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...
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Jan 13, 2015
by Magnum Photographers
Magnum Photos' coverage of this past week's events related to the January terror attacks in Paris.

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Jan 12, 2015
by Jerome Sessini
In Pro-Russian separatist controlled eastern Ukraine, coal mining remains one of the key strategic ressources. In Donetsk, a city founded on mining, 45 mines were still active at the beginning of the current crisis.

In the Donbass region, a coal-rich basin, hundred of mines are still producing 70% of Ukraine’s coal. Coal is used in steel factories and power plants all over Ukraine that have been designed... More...
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Jan 11, 2015
by Magnum Photographers
On Sunday, January 11th up to 1.6 million people marched in Paris to honor the 17 people killed in the terror attacks on the Charlie Hebdo office, a kosher grocery store and a police-shooting.
Dozens of world leaders participated in the days events.

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Jan 7, 2015
by Jerome Sessini
On the morning of January 7th, at least three men armed with assault rifles stormed the Paris office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and killed 12 people including two police officers. As of midnight, local time, no suspects had yet been apprehended.
Based on witness' observations, it's believed that the office had been targeted by Islamist militants. The office had been firebombed in 2011, one... More...