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Jun 25, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
South African photographer David Goldblatt has died on June 25, 2018. He was best known for documenting his home country during the Apartheid era. Magnum photographer Mikhael Subotzky photographed David Goldblatt earlier in 2018. "David is the lodestar of South African photography, but also a towering moral and intellectual guide in person. It is hard to imagine that he is no longer with us. He was... More...
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Jun 25, 2018
by Enri Canaj
Up to five thousand migrants live in Borgo Mezzanone, a rural hamlet of 500 residents. Here, a decommissioned military airport has grown into a makeshift community made of containers, tents and shacks, known as the "Runway Ghetto."
Different sections of the runway host different communities, with their own churches, mosques, corner shops, butchers and even nightclubs.
Ruled by a nigerian mafia who... More...
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Jun 21, 2018
by Alec Soth
On assignment for The New York Times Magazine, Alec Soth photographed couples in their most intimate spaces - their beds.

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Jun 21, 2018
by Emin Ozmen
Nigeria is currently experiencing an opioid addiction crisis - millions of citizens are addicted to Tramadol, a legal but highly addictive synthetic opioid. Though not as potent as heroin or morphine, it’s readily available so is an easy choice for users. Due to Tramadol’s comparatively mild effects, addicts typically combine it with alcohol, marijuana, codeine, and/or Rohypnol.

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Jun 13, 2018
by Martin Parr
The Grand National horse race has been held annually at Aintree Racecourse since 1839. Martin Parr attended on Ladies Day 2018.

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Jun 12, 2018
by Larry Towell
In February, 2018, Larry Towell travelled to Ukraine to witness the fourth anniversary of the Euromaidan uprising and memorials for the approximately 100 persons who died in the 2014 clashes.
From Kiev he travelled to the Donbass region in the east bordering the separatist republics of Donetsk and Luhansk where he found derelict Soviet summer camps for youth, abandoned coal mines surrounded by depopulating... More...
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Jun 12, 2018
by Jerome Sessini
“The heroin doesn’t discriminate… poor, rich, women, men, black or white, for all it’s the same hell.”
I met Kay (not her real name) in the first LGBT “Sober House” in Cleveland. The house, a sanctuary for recovering drug addicts was opened back in July 2017 by Tony Correa, a former user himself. Those who come to the house have to quit using drugs altogether, it’s a space where they can get away from... More...
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