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- A convoluted war in Turkey puts “the lives of tens of thousands at risk” — 23 recent photos plus an essay.
- Along the paths running through the no-man’s land north of Greece, temporary identity papers litter the soil. A tiny, but touching representation of what the refugees must discard on their way to the promises of Europe.
- The world’s largest tent; a presidential residence designed after the White House; an Orwellian-sounding “Palace of Peace and Reconciliation”—these are just some of the many odd sights that one can find in the world’s latest gleaming petro-city: Astana, Kazakhstan.
- Every Saturday in the port of Palermo, you will find cars piled dangerously high with stuff, junk. These photographs (and interview) explore how humble-seeming vehicles are recreating a tradition that goes back thousands of years.
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