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Andrea Bruce | Factory Girls in Bangalore, India, 2016

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 Nanju Bheel, 25, is one of many Hindu women living and working cotton fields in southern Pakistan. "In the day we are working in the scorching sun. In the night we are passing through the snakes," she said.

Andrea Bruce | Cotton Widows, Pakistan, 2012

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 Monrovia, Liberia
The Liberian flag flies over fishing boats as the sun sets behind West Point, a fishing community (or township) of Monrovia, located on a peninsula which juts out into the Atlantic Ocean between the Mesurado and Saint Paul rivers. Home to approximately 75,000 people, it is one of Monrovia's most densely populated neighborhoods, and environmental degradation has gradually caused part of the peninsula to erode into the ocean. Endemic problems include overpopulation and diseases such as tuberculosis.
It is rumored that the Liberian government has threatened to move the community to make room for beach-front hotels.

Andrea Bruce/ NOOR for The Open Society Foundations

Andrea Bruce | Fishing Boats, Liberia, 2014

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Beach Positions

Francesco Zizola | Beach Positions, Brazil, 2008

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 Malé, Maldives. October 2009


Malé, one of the most densely populated cities in the world, as seem from a plane. Nearly 104,000 people cram on 5,798 square meters.

Francesco Zizola | Maldives, 2009

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Climate change / sea-level rise in Kiribati

Kadir van Lohuizen | Rising Sea Levels, Kiribati, 2012

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Climate change / sea-level rise in Kiribati

Kadir van Lohuizen | Rising Sea Levels, Kiribati, 2012

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 D.R. Congo, Lubumbashi, 20 October 2013

A cursing during a wrestling competition in the Gécamines suburbs.

Leonard Pongo / NOOR

Léonard Pongo | The Uncanny, D.R. Congo, 2013

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 D.R. Congo, Lubumbashi, 27 October 2013

A group of policeman argues with the owner of a car they just damaged in Kenya neighbourhood.

Leonard Pongo / NOOR

Léonard Pongo | The Uncanny, D.R. Congo, 2013

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 D.R. Congo, Kananga, 10 November 2011

A young woman walks along the Kananga station train tracks.

Léonard Pongo / NOOR

Léonard Pongo | The Uncanny, D.R. Congo, 2011

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Nina Berman | Understanding, New York City, USA, 2016

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Guarding New York City

Nina Berman | Shadows in Grand Central, New York, USA, 2001

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Poland's Coal Industry

Pep Bonet | Blackfields, Poland, 2009

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Blind Faith

Pep Bonet | Blind Faith, Sierra Leone, 2003

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 A goat herdering family in the Sheikh Mountains between Burao and Berbera (names withheld). The family sells their goats to traders who take the animals to Burao Livestock Market where they are purchased for export to Saudi Arabia and other countries in the region. Sheikh Mountains, Somaliland. 06 October 2013.  Over 50% of Somalilands GDP is made up of livestock exports. Most of these animals start their journey from the port of Berbera. Here stockmen herd the sheep and goats onboard boats destined for Saudi Arabia, in time for the annual Haj. The UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation estimates that $250m-worth of animals will leave the port of Berbera and its more ramshackle rival, Bossaso, in the seven weeks before the haj. Berbera Port Authorities estimate 1.3 million animals go through the port in the high season leading up to Haj. The export of livestock through these ports, and the nearby port of Djibouti, represents what is said to be the largest movement of live animal - 'on the hoof' - trade anywhere in the world. Photo Robin Hammond/Panos (pictures@robinhammond.co.uk) Land Grab MM8247. Writer: Joel Bourne (jkbourne2@gmail.com). Photo Editor: Sarah Leen (sleen@ngs.org). Fixer: Ali jama (ajaamac1@gmail.com phone: +252634416613)

Robin Hammond | Goat Hearding in the Sheikh Mountains, Somalia, 2013

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 Sheep and goats walk from Berbera National Health Quarantine, which has capacity to hold 120,000 animals. (Contact Du Abdallah Mohamed Fahiem +252634590591) to Berbera Port where they are loaded onto boats and exported. Berbera, Somaliland. 03 October 2013.  Over 50% of Somalilands GDP is made up of livestock exports. Most of these animals start their journey from the port of Berbera. Here stockmen herd the sheep and goats onboard boats destined for Saudi Arabia, in time for the annual Haj. The UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation estimates that $250m-worth of animals will leave the port of Berbera and its more ramshackle rival, Bossaso, in the seven weeks before the haj. Berbera Port Authorities estimate 1.3 million animals go through the port in the high season leading up to Haj. The export of livestock through these ports, and the nearby port of Djibouti, represents what is said to be the largest movement of live animal - 'on the hoof' - trade anywhere in the world. Photo Robin Hammond/Panos (pictures@robinhammond.co.uk) Land Grab MM8247. Writer: Joel Bourne (jkbourne2@gmail.com). Photo Editor: Sarah Leen (sleen@ngs.org). Fixer: Ali jama (ajaamac1@gmail.com phone: +252634416613)

Robin Hammond | The Next Bread Basket, Somalia, 2013

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 Lagos, Nigeria. Photo Robin Hammond/Panos

Robin Hammond | My Lagos, Nigeria, 2013

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Sebastian Liste | Suleymaniye, Istanbul, Turkey, 2013

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 Andes, Peru - August 20th, 2016: Aerial view of the Andes from the flight Lima-Cusco.
The Andes are the longest continental mountain range in the world. They are a continual range of highlands along the western edge of South America. This range is about 7,000 km (4,300 mi) long, about 200 to 700 km (120 to 430 mi) wide (widest between 18° south and 20° south latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes extend from north to south through seven South American countries: Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina.

Sebastian Liste | The Andes, Peru, 2016

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 SALVADOR DE BAHIA, BRAZIL – DECEMBER 10, 2009: A Selenia (12) dancing and playing with pieces of clothes from the garbage, on December 10, 2009 in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Despite the lack of socio-economic support from the government, they have managed to make a safe place for themselves to live, and form a community of their own, which is safer that the alternatives available to them. However they are currently being evicted by the government due to being there illegally. (Photo by Sebastian Liste/Reportage by Getty Images)

Sebastian Liste | Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, 2009

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