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4.16.19

We Spoke to Devastated Parisians About the Notre Dame Fire

Last night, thousands gathered near the cathedral to sing and watch centuries of history burn.

4.1.19

Photos of Life in 'Portugal's Toughest Neighbourhood'

Photographer José Ferreira's new project captures a marginalised community as it's torn down.

2.18.19

I Spent Months in the Parts of Lisbon the Government Tries to Hide

Intendente is one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Lisbon. But far away from the tourists, another reality exists.

7.31.18

Joyous Photos Show There's More to Life in Gaza Than Conflict

Four Gaza-based photographers are capturing their favorite parts of the region to show a different side of the territory and its people.

6.26.18

Buddhas, Brandy and Wild Horses: Beautiful Photos of the Deserted French Countryside

Photographer Mathieu Mouillet spent 18 months documenting life in France's 900-mile-long stretch of empty land.

6.25.18

Photos of the Celebrations in Istanbul after Erdoğan's Presidential Victory

The win means that Erdoğ​an is now more powerful than ever.

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5.22.18

Photos of Life, Loss and Abandoned Steel Mills in a Belgian Town

Photographer Sebastiaan Franco has been documenting Seraing for six years.

3.14.18

Photos of Modern Vikings Keeping Their Traditions Alive

Vikings Against Racism are out to show that you can cherish ancient traditions without being a bigot.

3.9.18

Millions of Spanish Women Went on a Feminist Strike

An estimated five million women across Spain joined a historic strike to mark International Women's Day.

2.11.18

Just Some Great Photos of a Pagan Festival Where People Dress Up as Demons with Pigtails

At the Surva festival, Bulgarians don bear, demon and priest costumes to welcome spring and ward off the evil spirits of winter.

11.29.17

Photos that Show Just How Endearingly Ridiculous Humans Are

Otto Snoek has spent the last couple of decades capturing the strange and glorious diversity of his hometown, Rotterdam.

11.22.17

Stereotype-Defying Photos of East Africa's Maasai People

Twenty East-African photographers prove that Maasai culture involves a lot more than the spears, beads and brightly coloured clothing Western photographers tend to capture.

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