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Fall Is in the Air

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The autumnal equinox took place on September 22, marking the end of summer and the start of fall across the Northern Hemisphere. Autumn is the season of harvests, festivals, migrations, winter preparations, and of course, spectacular foliage.
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Death Toll in Gaza Climbs, Israel Calls up More Troops

Death Toll in Gaza Climbs, Israel Calls up More Troops | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it
More than three weeks have passed since Israel launched its current offensive against Gaza, after a series of cross-border kidnappings and killings.
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Tour de France 101st edition

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It’s been a race of survival in this year's tour at the halfway point. Two of the race favorites; Christopher Froome, last year's winner, and former winner Alberto Contador have both crashed out.
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Malaysia Airlines Ukraine Crash: ‘Unreal’ Scenes from Photographer Jerome Sessini

Malaysia Airlines Ukraine Crash: ‘Unreal’ Scenes from Photographer Jerome Sessini | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it
Warning: Graphic images and details can be found in the photographs above and in the text below.  Late Thursday afternoon, a field of sunflowers in the village of Torez in eastern Ukraine was transformed into a scene of a tragedy when Malaysia...
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Brazil Prepares for the World Cup

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Thursday will be the opening day of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The widely-viewed event will bring together 32 national football teams to compete in 64 matches in facilities in twelve cities across Brazil.
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Iraqi Insurgents Capture Northern Cities, Move Toward Baghdad

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Clashes between Iraqi Security forces and hundreds of Sunni militants aligned with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, an offshoot of al Qaeda) resulted in the capture of Mosul and Tikrit by ISIL earlier today.
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Unstoppable: Meet the Dancehall Queens of Brooklyn

Unstoppable: Meet the Dancehall Queens of Brooklyn | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it
At around 1 am on a late-winter night in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, a small line of young men and women forms outside Sugar Mills nightclub. Attendees are searched by a team of bouncers before entering.
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Tiananmen Square, 25 Years Ago

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Twenty-five years ago today, the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) violently cleared Beijing's Tiananmen Square of protesters, ending a six-week demonstration that had called for democracy and widespread political reform.
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Syrians Return to Devastation in Homs

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For this week’s issue of TIME, photographer Yuri Kozyrev and TIME Middle East Bureau Chief Aryn Baker traveled to Syria to document locals returning to the city of Homs, which lies in ruins.
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Syria's City of Homs, Shattered by War

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A little more than three years ago, anti-government protests swept Syria, leading to severe crackdowns and then escalating into civil war.
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Bearing Witness, Losing Her Life

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Camille Lepage, a 26-year-old photographer who considered it her duty to delve into stories in often-overlooked places, was killed in the Central African Republic. Nicholas Kulish remembers.
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Tornadoes kill at least 18

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Tornadoes ripped through the south-central United States Monday morning. Arkansas was the hardest hit, with at least 16 people dead. The storm system produced the first fatalities of this year's U.S. tornado season.
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Testament: Remembering Chris Hondros’ Iconic Photograph From Iraq

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It has been three years since photographer Chris Hondros was killed, along with fellow photojournalist Tim Hetherington, during a firefight in Misrata, Libya, on April 20th 2011.
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At Least 14 Dead in Washington State Mudslide

At Least 14 Dead in Washington State Mudslide | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it
Last Saturday, at 10:45 am, part of a hillside above Oso, Washington -- known by some locals as "Slide Hill" -- collapsed after weeks of heavy rain, sending a wall of mud and debris across a small valley of the Stillaguamish River.
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Things Fall Apart: Masculinity and Violence in Congo

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Last month, as the UK held the first-ever global summit aimed at ending sexual violence in conflict zones, Pete Muller was asked to present his portraits of Congolese women who had been victims of such crimes and, in some cases, have spoken...
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Conflict continues in Gaza

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The conflict in the Mideast has intensified in the last month with turbulent fighting in Gaza strip. Over 800 Palestinians have been killed and over 5,000 injured, according to Palestinan health officials.
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Pictures of the Day: Syria and Elsewhere

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Photos from Syria, Iraq, Palestine and Spain.
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Photos of the Week: 6/7-6/13

Photos of the Week: 6/7-6/13 | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it
In this week's edition, scenes from Brazil as the World Cup begins, Argentina's overflowing Iguazu Falls, a flaming crater in Turkmenistan, a regimental funeral in New Brunswick, Canada, a view of an X-class solar flare, and much more.
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Never Be Comfortable: The Experiences of National Geographic Photographer Cory Richards

Never Be Comfortable: The Experiences of National Geographic Photographer Cory Richards | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it
Cory Richards is now an athlete for North Face and a photographer for National Geographic, but he was once a homeless high school dropout as well.
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Daily Life: May 2014

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For this edition of our look at daily life we share images from Japan, Pakistan, Haiti, United States, Mexico, Spain and other countries around the world.
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A Tribute to Discomfort: Cory Richards

Blue Chalk worked with National Geographic Creative photographer and North Face athlete Cory Richards to create a promotional piece to demonstrate the scope of his…

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Why Has The Falling Man – One Of The Strongest Photographs in History Disappeared [strong graphics]

Why Has The Falling Man – One Of The Strongest Photographs in History Disappeared [strong graphics] | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it
Some dates are defining dates and everyone remembers where they have been on those date. One such date is 9/11. If I asked you where you were on that day you’d probably remember.
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Mexico's Vigilantes

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Over the past few years, drug-related violence in Mexico has driven local citizens to the breaking point.
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Victory Day in Ukraine and Crimea

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President Vladimir Putin visited Crimea today for the first time since the Russian annexation for Victory Day celebrations.
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DIY Skateparks: A Global Architecture of Rebellion

DIY Skateparks: A Global Architecture of Rebellion | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it
Between the mid-1970s and early-’80s hundreds of concrete skateparks popped up in almost every state throughout the U.S.
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The Boston Marathon, 2014

The Boston Marathon, 2014 | Best of Photojournalism | Scoop.it
An American runner, Meb Keflezighi, won The Boston Marathon for the first time since 1983. A year after the bombs exploded near the finish line killing three people and injuring hundreds of others, runners reclaimed the race.
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