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Back and Forth in Central African Republic's Unholy War

That Central African Republic even managed to squeeze into last year’s news cycle is a grim feat. After all, it was stacked against heavyweights like the July downing of a Malaysian jet over eastern Ukraine, protests across the U.S. 1,352 more words

Diez preguntas con fotógrafa Karla Gachet

En el mes de octubre tuvimos la grata oportunidad de entrevistar a la fotógrafa ecuatoriana, Karla Gachet. Primera mujer que forme parte de el staff de reporteros gráficos de el diario El Comercio. 28 more words


Scottish teens face historic vote

Scotland’s independence referendum is looming. And, unusually, among those who will be deciding whether to stay with the United Kingdom or split are Scotland’s 16- and 17-year-olds. 872 more words


View from above: Nature and civilization collide

Side effects often carry a negative connotation. Depression is a common side effect of cancer; smog is a side effect of emissions.

But what about the alteration of land, such as wind turbines or man-made lakes? 357 more words


Dwindling witnesses of the Holocaust

The old man exited a car and immediately ran through the forest to what he remembered was a mass gravesite. “The Germans were here,” he said. 481 more words



The Depth of Winter

Kacper Kowalski takes to the skies above Poland to gain a vantage point over a country gripped by harsh winter. Temperatures can drop to – 30 C degrees and stay below zero for months. 217 more words


My interview with Abbie Trayler-Smith

Me: When did you first become interested in photography?

Abbie: I first became interested in photography aged 13 or 14 when I got my own SLR camera and began trying to understand the bewildering world of apertures. 741 more words