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From the Archive
Jan 15, 2020
by Magnum Photographers
The 2020 Oscar nominees were announced on January 12th. This album contains images from the archive of some of this year's Academy Award candidates.

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From the Archive
Jan 15, 2020
by Magnum Photographers
The British Royal Family is in the midst of a crisis following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's announcement that they would step back from their senior roles, seek financial independence, and partially relocate to Canada.

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Education
Jan 14, 2020
Join Magnum photographer Alex Majoli for a three-day workshop in a stunning environment, with artist, designer and curator Erik Kessels, in collaboration with Fondazione Giorgio Cini.

Magnum Photos and the Fondazione Giorgio Cini are inviting applications for the second workshop organized on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore,Venice, offering participants the opportunity to work on their projects... More...
From the Archive
Jan 14, 2020
by Magnum Photographers
Images from the archive concerning the history of Iran/US relations and US military presence in the Persian Gulf.

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From the Archive
Jan 14, 2020
by Magnum Photographers
January 12th, 2020 marks the 10 years since the devastating Haiti earthquake.

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From the Archive
Jan 7, 2020
by Magnum Photographers
Five years have passed since two men armed with assault rifles coldly shot 12 people on the premises of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, on the morning of January 7, 2015. Not long afterwards, an accomplice murdered a policewoman in Montrouge and entered heavily armed in a Jewish mini-market. Four people were killed in the Hyper Cacher attack. A wave of attacks that moved France, a few days later... More...
From the Archive
Jan 7, 2020
by Lorenzo Meloni
The Iranian leader of the Iraqi paramilitary group Popular Mobilization Unit, Jamal Jafaar Mohammed Ali Ebrahimi (widely known under his alias Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis) has been killed in a US airstrike on the Baghdad International Airport. The airstrikes were launched following multiple attacks on the US embassy in Baghdad by PMU affiliated forces and the death of a US contractor by a rocket attack at... More...
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