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Iranian Memoir

Tue, 06 Apr 2010 11:50:55 -0400

In this essay, young Iranian-Americans whose parents fled the Iranian revolution in 1979 and started a new life in the USA remember Iran.

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30 Years For A Trial

Fri, 15 Jan 2010 10:50:49 -0500

On February 17th, 2009, the trial of Kaing Guek Eav, alias Duch, in charge of the S21 interrogation center during the Khmer Rouge regime, started at the ECCC.

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The East Was Tugging At My Soul

Mon, 11 Jan 2010 15:30:00 -0500

"I went to India in 1959 for what was meant to be four months and I stayed for 14 years," Marilyn Silverstone once said. In 1977, she gave up her career as photographer and became a Buddhist nun.

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Washington DC

Tue, 02 Jun 2009 13:15:15 -0400

During this historic time in United States history, Paolo Pellegrin photographed Washington, D.C. as the symbolic center of the Nation.

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Train of Thought

Tue, 02 Jun 2009 12:45:26 -0400

On April 3, 2002, the Israeli Defense Forces had launched an assault on Jenin refugee camp, home to some 14,000 Palestinians. Larry Towell photographed the aftermath.

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Peace TV

Tue, 02 Jun 2009 12:36:02 -0400

" Islam means “Peace” – internal and external. It is essential, therefore, to know, practice and propagate Islam to attain peace in this life and the hereafter."

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Faces of Joy

Tue, 02 Jun 2009 11:57:40 -0400

Washington D.C., January 20th, 2009 Change has come: the street has a voice too!

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Hussein Obama

Tue, 02 Jun 2009 11:49:24 -0400

President Obama's middle name is in honor of his grandfather, Hussein Onyango Obama. “Hussein” is a derivative of the Arabic name Hassan, meaning “to be good,” “Husayn” is the affectionate form.

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Last Days of W

Tue, 02 Jun 2009 11:29:55 -0400

Alec Soth's images are paired with Bushisms, which refers to mispronunciations, unconventional words and phrasings by George W. Bush.

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New Era

Tue, 02 Jun 2009 11:22:10 -0400

As thousands of people gather in Washington for Inauguration Day, Peter van Agtmael takes a reality check and shoots his way through the ecstatic crowds.

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Tue, 02 Jun 2009 11:08:16 -0400

On January 20th, 2009, masses of people gathered on the Mall in Washington D.C. to witness the inauguration of President Obama.

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Access to Life: Vietnam

Thu, 21 May 2009 17:29:24 -0400

The percentage of Vietnam’s population infected with HIV is still low, at less than 1 percent. Most Vietnamese living with HIV became infected through contaminated needles while injecting drugs, and within this group, the rate of infection is radically higher. Because heroin and other drugs are cheap and casual use is common, HIV infection through drug use affects a larger part of the population in Vietnam than in many other countries.

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Access to Life: Swaziland

Thu, 21 May 2009 16:09:26 -0400

Swaziland has the highest rate of HIV infection in the world, with more than one quarter of its population infected. Some 130,000 children have been orphaned or made vulnerable by the death of one or both of their parents. With so many infected, AIDS is impacting every aspect of life in Swaziland.

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Access to Life: South Africa

Thu, 21 May 2009 15:13:24 -0400

With more than 5.5 million people living with HIV, South Africa remains the country with the highest number of infected people in the world. As in much of Sub-Saharan Africa, the face of AIDS is more and more a female one, and in some areas of South Africa, women are three times as likely to be infected as men.

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Access to Life: Rwanda

Wed, 20 May 2009 16:53:11 -0400

Despite its troubled recent history, Rwanda’s rapid effort to combat AIDS has made free lifelong treatment available to 44,000 people—up from 4,000 people who had started treatment just five years ago. Rwanda stands out as one of the success stories in Africa, and is a model for how health care can reach all communities. Yet AIDS remains a serious health problem in a country rebuilding from war and genocide.

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Access to Life: Russia

Wed, 20 May 2009 16:14:23 -0400

After the fall of the Soviet Union, a wave of drug use swept over Russia, addicting hundreds of thousands of young people. With heroin injection came the spread of HIV, rapidly infecting more than 1 million Russians. Russia’s is among the world’s most rapidly expanding AIDS epidemics, and frequently, those infected are diagnosed too late to be saved.

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Access to life: Peru

Wed, 20 May 2009 15:14:58 -0400

AIDS in Peru has hit men who have sex with men, drug users, and commercial sex workers the hardest. Programs that make free AIDS treatment available require a person to pass “adherence” testing, showing that they have family or community support to help them stay on treatment.

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Access to Life: Mali

Wed, 20 May 2009 14:44:07 -0400

In Mali, HIV is transmitted mainly through sex. Nearly 2% of Mali’s population of more than 12 million is infected.

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Access to Life: India

Wed, 20 May 2009 14:01:36 -0400

India's AIDS epidemic has been fueled mainly by unprotected sex. Estimates are that more than 2.5 million Indians are living with HIV.

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Access to Life: Haiti

Wed, 20 May 2009 13:27:01 -0400

Haiti and the Dominican Republic together account for 3/4 of HIV infections in the Caribbean.

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2008 Olympic Athletes

Wed, 20 May 2009 12:47:20 -0400

Paolo Pellegrin photographed some of the worlds top athletes as they prepared for this year's Olympic Games in Beijing.

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Wed, 20 May 2009 12:13:35 -0400

"I decided to be the one to show what was really going on in Vietnam. Here was something of profound importance. My goal was to present every aspect of the war in a digestible way between two covers of a book."

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Middle East

Wed, 20 May 2009 11:21:42 -0400

“It’s not actually the dead, the physical destruction, that takes the toll: It’s this sense of this endless cycle. It’s hard to go and watch the similar sort of circumstances play themselves out over and over again.”

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Wed, 20 May 2009 10:52:44 -0400

"While covering the war in Lebanon, bombs and missiles were exploding around us, but you never saw who was launching them. It was different from all the wars I had covered before. This might be the way future wars look."

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Chechnya / Iraq

Mon, 18 May 2009 15:07:53 -0400

“I’m embedded with the Americans in Iraq. As a Westerner, there is no more access to the insurgent’s side. I don’t claim to have any overview. History made my choice—it’s fine!”

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Mon, 18 May 2009 14:03:50 -0400

September was already a dark month for New Yorkers. Then the bull market died. Gilles Peress attended the memorials at the World Trade Center and at Wall Street.

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The Rat Story

Mon, 18 May 2009 13:41:32 -0400

Bruce Gilden’s special brand of tough Brooklyn-bred bravado pierces through in one breath in this “leftover” story about one particular rat. He burst into this hilarious monologue, lasting two minutes and eight seconds.

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Soul Hunt

Mon, 18 May 2009 13:28:21 -0400

Air, water, earth, fire are the four elements used in pagan rituals, be they by the shamans of Siberia, the Voodoo in Haiti, the Dogon of Mali, the Shinto in Japan, or the Bari of the Amazon.

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Silicon Forest

Mon, 18 May 2009 13:08:54 -0400

Akademgorodok (Academic City) is the center of Russia's science industry. It was created during the Cold War by the Soviet Union, and is located in a Siberian forest where winters are minus 4 to minus 31 degrees Fahrenheit. This is how it exists today.

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Mon, 18 May 2009 12:19:18 -0400

Between 1998 and 2005 I traveled through the fringes of the former Soviet empire, exploring the oblique stories of half-forgotten enclaves and restless territories. Many of these places are quaintly obscure, but as I came to discover, they offer stark proof that the breakup of the Soviet Union is still a work in progress.

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Pop Sixties

Mon, 18 May 2009 11:48:53 -0400

Magnum In Motion presents a multimedia piece in conjunction with the forthcoming book Pop Sixties, published by Abrams, and furnished with photographs exclusively from Magnum.

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One Planet, One Chance

Mon, 18 May 2009 10:59:11 -0400

Rich countries are already preparing public health to deal with future climate shocks. For poor countries it is much harder: they need international support to adapt. We are drifting into a world of adaptation apartheid.

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New York

Mon, 18 May 2009 10:16:50 -0400

Capturing the true diversity that makes this city great, this selection of images spans Erwitt's career, including many previously unseen works from the '50s and the '60s.

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Coney Island

Wed, 13 May 2009 15:09:34 -0400

For ten years, (1970-1980) Bruce trudged Coney's sandy beaches and boardwalks in his work boots and fishing hat, two cameras slung around his neck, himself an unordinary beachscape sight.

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Viet Nam at Peace

Wed, 13 May 2009 14:30:50 -0400

Griffiths comments on a selection of images from his book Viet Nam at Peace, a monumental chronicle of the conditions in post-war Viet Nam with over 500 black and white images

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Requiem in samba

Wed, 13 May 2009 14:03:17 -0400

The music of samba formed the backdrop for Italian photographer Alex Majoli's time in Brazil. Looking to escape Europe and the life he knew, Majoli came to Brazil in 1995. Living in the poor favelas, he encountered a beautiful but violent culture and discovered a powerful outlook on life.

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Bolivian Elections

Wed, 13 May 2009 13:37:25 -0400

In December 2005, Christopher Anderson travelled to Bolivia to witness the election of Evo Morales. He turned his excursion into an interactive diary with updates from the field.

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Personal Best

Wed, 13 May 2009 12:10:35 -0400

Elliott loves dogs, beaches, nudists and religion as "interesting photographic topics." Explaining why he has to do books, he says, "I've been around so long, most editors think I'm dead."

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Wed, 13 May 2009 11:41:25 -0400

For Alec Soth, Niagara Falls wasn't merely a tourist destination but a place whose cultural identity let him explore the human inability to sustain the intense emotional peaks of new love and passion.

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Minutes to Midnight

Wed, 13 May 2009 11:28:39 -0400

Trent Parke captured "Minutes to Midnight" during a two-year journey across Australia at the end of which his son was born. It is both a document of a nation mourning the loss of a perceived innocence and a man's vision and evolution.

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War In Lebanon

Wed, 13 May 2009 11:06:15 -0400

Christopher Anderson covered the 2006 conflict between Hezbollah and Israel from its first days. In this story he gives a look behind the frontlines of the war through pictures and sound that he recorded in the field.

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