The €400 sandals looks very similar to a charity shoe that prevents disease in the developing world.
"When the last trains in Tokyo are gone, along with the businessmen and women, students, and the workers of restaurants and bars, Tokyo is deserted, and the 'other face of Tokyo' emerges," writes photographer Masatoshi Naito about his photo book.
For years now, Gaza has been rocked by the proliferation of a synthetic opiate called Tramadol. We sent a photographer to document sales, police confiscations, and the human suffering that pushes people into opiate use.
Photographer Giles Clarke spent months documenting the lives of some of the country's poorest people.
I talked to homeless New Yorkers about taking refuge on the subway, watching out for the cops and why the street outside was sometimes better than sleeping in a homeless shelter.
Stories that offer a complex and nuanced understanding of what central Appalachia looks like 50 years after becoming a byword for poverty.
Called "pajdo," the drug is cheap and plentiful, but destroys the bodies of users who are already suffering under the crushing weight of poverty and racism.
Peruvian photographer Omar Lucas travelled to the town of La Rinconada to spend time with women who spend 11 hours a day panning for gold.
Every Monday night, a group of black-clad, silver-studded punks meet under an overpass in downtown Yangon to distribute food to people living on the streets.
Because of the agility required, many of the collectors are children.
Panic set in after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called a referendum to decide on austerity demands from foreign creditors.
Over the last 21 years, the secretive and controversial US-backed drug war effort dumped weaponised herbicide on 4.3 million acres of land.