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The Syrian civil war has turned Erdine, Turkey, back into the waystation for refugees that it was nearly a century ago.

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Followers of an ancient religion have found an unlikely home in Australia, but keeping the faith alive is a daily struggle.

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The matrilineal Minangkabau people send their young men into the world to earn their fortunes and feed the world.

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Bells, yells, and feasts - intel for the navel of the Mediterranean.

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In a cramped office in a market in Nairobi, the rebel army of South Sudan conducts fragile diplomacy over spring rolls

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India’s Auroville was envisioned as an international community free of government, money, religion, and strife. It hasn’t exactly worked out quite as planned.

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A sports photographer experiments with film in order to stave off boredom on assignment.

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The Wolgadeutsche, German-speaking people from Russia’s Volga River region, live on in pockets of the U.S. where you can still get a decent meat hand pie any day…

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Photographer Claudio Montesano Casillas retraces the life of a young victim of the infamous 2013 Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh.

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From nausea-inducing necessity to horrifying delicacy, the culture of cultures is a gross one.

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A photographer’s odyssey to cover an escalating conflict.

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A music photographer turns his lens to what was behind him the whole time: the crowd.

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