Reality on a Need-to-Know Basis: North Korea has long been one of the world’s most isolated places, but Associated Press photographer David Guttenfelder has been visiting the country regularly since 2008 and helped establish an AP bureau in Pyongyang in 2012.

Reality on a Need-to-Know Basis: North Korea has long been one of the world’s most isolated places, but Associated Press photographer David Guttenfelder has been visiting the country regularly since 2008 and helped establish an AP bureau in Pyongyang in

Behind Closed Doors, Abuse of Domestic Workers - Steve McCurry

Behind Closed Doors, Abuse of Domestic Workers

Steve McCurry photographed women who left their villages with dreams of a better life. Instead, they found themselves physically abused while in virtual servitude in Asia and the Middle East.

Amid the Atrocities: William Daniels Returns to Central African Republic

Amid the Atrocities: William Daniels Returns to Central African Republic

Documentary photographer William Daniels captures Central African Republic at a moment of doubt, fear and uncertainty as a series of bloody clashes and violent attacks have plunged the country into one of its darkest periods in modern history.

the Greek economic crisis in photos

In Waiting: The Greek Economic Crisis in Pictures

Eirini Vourloums: Greece, In Waiting. {Statue under construction. Alexandros Panagoulis, resistance fighter against the fascist regime.

Photographing Hiroshima, Fukushima and Everything in Between

Photographing Hiroshima, Fukushima and Everything in Between

The career of Kikujiro Fukushima, who is still an active photojournalist at spans from the aftermath of the dropping of the atomic bomb in 1945 to the Fukushima disaster of

Egyptian army helicopters protecting demonstrations

Egyptian military helicopters trailing national flags circled over Tahrir Square during a protest demanding that Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi resign in Cairo.

A Hospital From Hell, in a City Swamped by Ebola - NYTimes.com

A Hospital From Hell, in a City Swamped by Ebola

A Hospital From Hell, in a City Swamped by Ebola. Ebola is sweeping into areas of West Africa that had been largely spared the onslaught. The consequences in one Sierra Leone hospital have been devastating.

A Side of Palestinian Life That Doesn’t Usually Make It Into the News

A Side of Palestinian Life That Doesn’t Usually Make It Into the News

Tanya Habjouqa Occupied Pleasures The Gaza Parkour team practices in a cemetery on the outskirts of their refugee camp in Khan Younis, Gaza. The walls show damage from past .

Aleppo, Syria

Aleppo: Scenes from a City of Ruins

Pakistani schoolchildren attend their daily classes in a makeshift school on the outskirts of Islamabad

The Observer's 20 photographs of the week

DIFFERENT LEVELS: Schoolchildren attended class in a makeshift school in a poor neighborhood on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan, Wednesday.

Back and Forth in Central African Republic’s Unholy War

Back and Forth in Central African Republic's Unholy War

Violence and Looting Tear Apart Central African Republic - LightBox

"The Masks We Wear"

A Bahraini boy takes part in a demonstration against the killing of a Shiite protester during clashes with Bahraini police, on February 2013 in the village of Daih, West of the capital Manama. Photo by Mohammed Al-Shaikh.

Keizo Kitajima's New York Series (1981-1984)

A new exhibition in Los Angeles collects 25 of the esteemed Japanese photographer Keizo Kitajima's raw portraits, street snaps, and nightclub shots.

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