AVDIIVKA, UKRAINE - OCTOBER 23. Benjamin, 26, (right) a Sergeant and senior battery officer, and a soldier with the call sign Brodiaga (tramp in English), 23, take cover in a trench system as incoming shells whistle overhead and land nearby at an artiller
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Benjamin, 26, (right) a Sergeant and senior battery officer, and a soldier with the call sign Brodiaga (tramp in English), 23, take cover in a trench system as incoming shells whistle overhead and land nearby at an artillery position manned by Ukraine’s 59th Brigade around 8km the Avdiivka front line on 23rd October 2023, in Donetsk Region, Ukraine. Ukrainian defences are coming under increased pressure as Russia’s military drives to capture the destroyed city of Avdiivka. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Benjamin, 26, (right) a Sergeant and senior battery officer, and a soldier with the call sign Brodiaga (tramp in English), 23, take cover in a trench system as incoming shells whistle overhead and land nearby at an artillery position manned by Ukraine’s 59th Brigade around 8km the Avdiivka front line on 23rd October 2023, in Donetsk Region, Ukraine. Ukrainian defences are coming under increased pressure as Russia’s military drives to capture the destroyed city of Avdiivka. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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NAIROBI, KENYA - [DATE]: The bodies six giraffes lie on the outskirts of Eyrib village in Wajir county on December 10, 2021 in Kenya. The giraffes, weak from lack of food and water, died after they got stuck in mud as they tired to drink from a nearly dri
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In this aerial view, the bodies of six giraffes lie on the outskirts of Eyrib village in Sabuli Wildlife Conservancy on December 10, 2021 in Wajir County, Kenya. The giraffes, weak from lack of food and water, died after they got stuck in mud as they tried to drink from a nearly dried-up reservoir nearby. They were moved to this location to prevent contamination of the reservoir water. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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In this aerial view, the bodies of six giraffes lie on the outskirts of Eyrib village in Sabuli Wildlife Conservancy on December 10, 2021 in Wajir County, Kenya. The giraffes, weak from lack of food and water, died after they got stuck in mud as they tried to drink from a nearly dried-up reservoir nearby. They were moved to this location to prevent contamination of the reservoir water. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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KYIV, UKRAINE - MAY 1: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky poses for a portrait after speaking to Washington Post journalists in a board room on May 1st 2023, in Kyiv, Ukraine. Russia has launched a series of missiles at Ukrainian cities in the second
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky poses for a portrait after speaking to Washington Post journalists in a board room on May 1st 2023, in Kyiv, Ukraine. Russia has launched a series of missiles at Ukrainian cities in the second pre-dawn attack in three days. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky poses for a portrait after speaking to Washington Post journalists in a board room on May 1st 2023, in Kyiv, Ukraine. Russia has launched a series of missiles at Ukrainian cities in the second pre-dawn attack in three days. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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KHERSON, UKRAINE - JUNE 7: People and their pets are rescued by volunteers and emergency responders in small boats in central Kherson around 300 meters from the Dnipro river on June 7, 2023 in Kherson, Ukraine. Rescue efforts continue after a major dam an
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People and their pets are rescued by volunteers and emergency responders in small boats in central Kherson around 300 meters from the Dnipro river on June 7, 2023 in Kherson, Ukraine. Rescue efforts continue after a major dam an

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People and their pets are rescued by volunteers and emergency responders in small boats in central Kherson around 300 meters from the Dnipro river on June 7, 2023 in Kherson, Ukraine. Rescue efforts continue after a major dam an

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MOUNT KENYA NATIONAL PARK, KENYA - SEPTEMBER 28: The Lewis Glacier, Mount Kenya’s largest glacier, lies among rocks on September 28, 2023 in Mount Kenya National Park, Kenya. The second-highest peak in Africa, Mount Kenya, holds some 11 shrinking glaciers
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The Lewis Glacier, Mount Kenya’s largest glacier, lies among rocks on September 28, 2023 in Mount Kenya National Park, Kenya. The second-highest peak in Africa, Mount Kenya, holds some 11 shrinking glaciers said to be rapidly melting due to the burning of fossil fuels, fires, deforestation and land use changes as well as industrial and agricultural developments. Mount Kenya National park and the forest reserve, combined, are inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (Photo by Ed Ram/Getty Images)

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The Lewis Glacier, Mount Kenya’s largest glacier, lies among rocks on September 28, 2023 in Mount Kenya National Park, Kenya. The second-highest peak in Africa, Mount Kenya, holds some 11 shrinking glaciers said to be rapidly melting due to the burning of fossil fuels, fires, deforestation and land use changes as well as industrial and agricultural developments. Mount Kenya National park and the forest reserve, combined, are inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (Photo by Ed Ram/Getty Images)

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ZAPORIZHZHIA OBLAST, UKRAINE - JULY 7: Asoldier with the call sign Honey (right) struggles to control a surveillance drone as soldiers with the call signs Labrador (left) and Miami (centre) looks on in a trench in a tree line belonging to Ukraine’s 78th A
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A soldier with the call sign Honey (right) struggles to control a surveillance drone as soldiers with the call signs Labrador (left) and Miami (centre) looks on in a trench in a tree line belonging to Ukraine’s 78th Assault Regiment, forward from the village of Mala Tokmachka July 7 2023, in Zaporizhzhia Oblast Ukraine. The Washington Post spent the night and morning with a unit from Ukraine’s 78th Assault Regiment using Kamikaze and surveillance drones on the Zaporizhzhia frontline. Photos by Ed Ram/For The Washington Post

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A soldier with the call sign Honey (right) struggles to control a surveillance drone as soldiers with the call signs Labrador (left) and Miami (centre) looks on in a trench in a tree line belonging to Ukraine’s 78th Assault Regiment, forward from the village of Mala Tokmachka July 7 2023, in Zaporizhzhia Oblast Ukraine. The Washington Post spent the night and morning with a unit from Ukraine’s 78th Assault Regiment using Kamikaze and surveillance drones on the Zaporizhzhia frontline. Photos by Ed Ram/For The Washington Post

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KYIV, UKRAINE - JANUARY 2: A man inspects damage to windows caused by a falling missile in a Kyiv suburb on New Years Eve, on January 2nd 2023, 2022 in Kyiv, Ukraine. A wave of Russian missiles hit cities across Ukraine, on New Years Eve and into the new
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A man inspects damage to windows caused by a falling missile in a Kyiv suburb on New Years Eve, on January 2nd 2023, 2022 in Kyiv, Ukraine. A wave of Russian missiles hit cities across Ukraine, on New Years Eve and into the new year. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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A man inspects damage to windows caused by a falling missile in a Kyiv suburb on New Years Eve, on January 2nd 2023, 2022 in Kyiv, Ukraine. A wave of Russian missiles hit cities across Ukraine, on New Years Eve and into the new year. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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KYIV, UKRAINE - JANUARY 3: Kate Turchanova, drama school student, looks out of the window in the stairwell of her apartment block into the morning light on January 3rd 2023, in Kyiv, Ukraine. During the war Kate has been raising money for soldiers by sell
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Kate Turchanova, drama school student, looks out of the window in the stairwell of her apartment block into the morning light on January 3rd 2023, in Kyiv, Ukraine. During the war Kate has been raising money for soldiers by selling military style clothing online. Kate says her fiancée is being held as a prisoner of war by Russian forces after he was captured defending the Azovstal Steelworks during the battle for Mariupol. The couple were friends before the start of the conflict but they declared their love for each other one he started fighting and he proposed to Kate as the steel works were under siege. The Washington Post is marking a year since the start of Russia’s full scale invasion of Ukraine by meeting Ukrainians who have resisted occupation in the face of relentless violence and emotional trauma. (Photos by Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Kate Turchanova, drama school student, looks out of the window in the stairwell of her apartment block into the morning light on January 3rd 2023, in Kyiv, Ukraine. During the war Kate has been raising money for soldiers by selling military style clothing online. Kate says her fiancée is being held as a prisoner of war by Russian forces after he was captured defending the Azovstal Steelworks during the battle for Mariupol. The couple were friends before the start of the conflict but they declared their love for each other one he started fighting and he proposed to Kate as the steel works were under siege. The Washington Post is marking a year since the start of Russia’s full scale invasion of Ukraine by meeting Ukrainians who have resisted occupation in the face of relentless violence and emotional trauma. (Photos by Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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ZAPORIZHZHIA OBLAST, UKRAINE - JULY 7: A soldier with the call sign Miami signals to the pilot as he catches a surveillance drone (next to a Kamikaze drone on the left)  by a trench in a tree line belonging to Ukraine’s 78th Assault Regiment, forward from
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A soldier with the call sign Miami signals to the pilot as he catches a surveillance drone (next to a Kamikaze drone on the left) by a trench in a tree line belonging to Ukraine’s 78th Assault Regiment, forward from the village of Mala Tokmachka at dawn on July 7 2023, in Zaporizhzhia Oblast Ukraine. The Washington Post spent the night and morning with a unit from Ukraine’s 78th Assault Regiment using Kamikaze and surveillance drones on the Zaporizhzhia frontline. ( Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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A soldier with the call sign Miami signals to the pilot as he catches a surveillance drone (next to a Kamikaze drone on the left) by a trench in a tree line belonging to Ukraine’s 78th Assault Regiment, forward from the village of Mala Tokmachka at dawn on July 7 2023, in Zaporizhzhia Oblast Ukraine. The Washington Post spent the night and morning with a unit from Ukraine’s 78th Assault Regiment using Kamikaze and surveillance drones on the Zaporizhzhia frontline. ( Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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ODESA, UKRAINE - DECEMBER 16: Ballerinas perform Les Sylphides at the Odesa National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet on December 16th 2023, in Odesa, Ukraine. The human toll of the Russia’s war on Ukraine’s art world is being felt across the country.
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Ballerinas perform Les Sylphides at the Odesa National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet on December 16th 2023, in Odesa, Ukraine. The human toll of the Russia’s war on Ukraine’s art world is being felt across the country. Some cultural figures who signed up to fight are returning from the frontlines in body bags. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Ballerinas perform Les Sylphides at the Odesa National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet on December 16th 2023, in Odesa, Ukraine. The human toll of the Russia’s war on Ukraine’s art world is being felt across the country. Some cultural figures who signed up to fight are returning from the frontlines in body bags. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Nurses attend to a severely malnourished baby in Banadir Maternity & Children Hospital in the Wadajir District of Mogadishu, Somalia on Wednesday 1 June 2022. Babies hands are tied with card board to stop them touching medical feeding and breathing tubes.
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A severely malnourished baby lies on a bed for treatment in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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A severely malnourished baby lies on a bed for treatment in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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ZAPORIZHZHIA, UKRAINE - OCTOBER 29. Artem (left) and Oleksandr Kuts, (right) Danylo Kovalenko’s close friends, stand on the banks of the partially drained Dnipro River in Zaporizhzhia, in an area where they used to hang out with Danylo Kovalenko and other
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Artem (left) and Oleksandr Kuts, (right) Danylo Kovalenko’s close friends, stand on the banks of the partially drained Dnipro River in Zaporizhzhia, in an area where they used to hang out with Danylo Kovalenko and other friends on 29th October 2023, in Zaporizhzhia Region, Ukraine. People starting their adult life in Ukraine are regularly confronted by the death of their peers, as Russia’s war continues to take young lives, both on the battlefield and in Ukrainian cities. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Artem (left) and Oleksandr Kuts, (right) Danylo Kovalenko’s close friends, stand on the banks of the partially drained Dnipro River in Zaporizhzhia, in an area where they used to hang out with Danylo Kovalenko and other friends on 29th October 2023, in Zaporizhzhia Region, Ukraine. People starting their adult life in Ukraine are regularly confronted by the death of their peers, as Russia’s war continues to take young lives, both on the battlefield and in Ukrainian cities. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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The Afghan flag flies in Kabul in 2019.

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The Afghan flag flies in Kabul in 2019.

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KHERSON, UKRAINE - NOVEMBER 01 - People walk past retail buildings destroyed by shelling in October in central Kherson on 1st November 2023, in Kherson, Ukraine. A year since Ukrainian forces liberated Kherson from Russian occupation, civilian are attempt
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People walk past retail buildings destroyed by shelling in October in central Kherson on 1st November 2023, in Kherson, Ukraine. A year since Ukrainian forces liberated Kherson from Russian occupation, civilian are attempting to live a normal life as the city is hit daily by Russian artillery. ( Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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People walk past retail buildings destroyed by shelling in October in central Kherson on 1st November 2023, in Kherson, Ukraine. A year since Ukrainian forces liberated Kherson from Russian occupation, civilian are attempting to live a normal life as the city is hit daily by Russian artillery. ( Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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ZAPORIZHZHIA, UKRAINE - OCTOBER 29. Artem, one of  Danylo Kovalenko’s close friends, shows The Washington Post a photo of Danylo Kovalenko, and Diana Haidukova, in Zaporizhzhia, on 29th October 2023, in Zaporizhzhia Region, Ukraine. People starting their
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Artem, one of Danylo Kovalenko’s close friends, shows The Washington Post a photo of Danylo Kovalenko, and Diana Haidukova, in Zaporizhzhia, on 29th October 2023, in Zaporizhzhia Region, Ukraine. People starting their adult life in Ukraine are regularly confronted by the death of their peers, as Russia’s war continues to take young lives, both on the battlefield and in Ukrainian cities. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Artem, one of Danylo Kovalenko’s close friends, shows The Washington Post a photo of Danylo Kovalenko, and Diana Haidukova, in Zaporizhzhia, on 29th October 2023, in Zaporizhzhia Region, Ukraine. People starting their adult life in Ukraine are regularly confronted by the death of their peers, as Russia’s war continues to take young lives, both on the battlefield and in Ukrainian cities. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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KYIV, UKRAINE - DECEMBER 13: Residents and emergency service workers assess damage to a residential block where a missile landed in Kyiv December 13th 2023, in Kyiv Region, Ukraine. Russia's second missile assault on Kyiv this week injured at least 53 peo
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Residents and emergency service workers assess damage to a residential block where a missile landed in Kyiv December 13th 2023, in Kyiv Region, Ukraine. Russia's second missile assault on Kyiv this week injured at least 53 people, damaging homes and a children's hospital, Ukrainian officials said on Wednesday, as President Volodymyr Zelenskiy pleaded in Washington for more help for his country. (Photos by Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Residents and emergency service workers assess damage to a residential block where a missile landed in Kyiv December 13th 2023, in Kyiv Region, Ukraine. Russia's second missile assault on Kyiv this week injured at least 53 people, damaging homes and a children's hospital, Ukrainian officials said on Wednesday, as President Volodymyr Zelenskiy pleaded in Washington for more help for his country. (Photos by Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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CHASIV YAR, UKRAINE - APRIL 21: Soldiers with the call signs ‘Samurai’ from Ukraine’s 77th Brigade unloads a shell casing after firing a howitzer gun on the outskirts of Chasiv Yar on April 21st 2023, in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Ukrainian troops are targe
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Soldiers with the call signs ‘Samurai’ from Ukraine’s 77th Brigade unloads a shell casing after firing a howitzer gun on the outskirts of Chasiv Yar on April 21st 2023, in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Ukrainian troops are targeting new Russian positions in Bakhmut by using artillery and reconnaissance drones from the neighbouring town of Chasiv Yar. (Photos by Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Soldiers with the call signs ‘Samurai’ from Ukraine’s 77th Brigade unloads a shell casing after firing a howitzer gun on the outskirts of Chasiv Yar on April 21st 2023, in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Ukrainian troops are targeting new Russian positions in Bakhmut by using artillery and reconnaissance drones from the neighbouring town of Chasiv Yar. (Photos by Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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ODESA, UKRAINE - DECEMBER 16: Audience members watch as ballerinas perform Les Sylphides at the Odesa National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet on December 16th 2023, in Odesa, Ukraine. The human toll of the Russia’s war on Ukraine’s art world is bein
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Audience members watch as ballerinas perform Les Sylphides at the Odesa National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet on December 16th 2023, in Odesa, Ukraine. The human toll of the Russia’s war on Ukraine’s art world is being felt across the country. Some cultural figures who signed up to fight are returning from the frontlines in body bags. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Audience members watch as ballerinas perform Les Sylphides at the Odesa National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet on December 16th 2023, in Odesa, Ukraine. The human toll of the Russia’s war on Ukraine’s art world is being felt across the country. Some cultural figures who signed up to fight are returning from the frontlines in body bags. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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People displaced by conflict wait at a full resettlement area near Montepuez, Cabo Delgado.
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Families displaced by conflict wait at a full resettlement area near Montepuez, Cabo Delgado

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Families displaced by conflict wait at a full resettlement area near Montepuez, Cabo Delgado

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CHASIV YAR, UKRAINE - APRIL 21: Used 105mm shell casings are stacked in a civilian garage infornt of a bicycle on the outskirts of Chasiv Yar on April 21st 2023, in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Ukrainian troops are targeting new Russian positions in Bakhmut b
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Used 105mm shell casings are stacked in a civilian garage infornt of a bicycle on the outskirts of Chasiv Yar on April 21st 2023, in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Ukrainian troops are targeting new Russian positions in Bakhmut by using artillery and reconnaissance drones from the neighbouring town of Chasiv Yar. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Used 105mm shell casings are stacked in a civilian garage infornt of a bicycle on the outskirts of Chasiv Yar on April 21st 2023, in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Ukrainian troops are targeting new Russian positions in Bakhmut by using artillery and reconnaissance drones from the neighbouring town of Chasiv Yar. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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ODESA, UKRAINE - DECEMBER 17: Borys Aisenberg, 78, Borys Aisenberg’s father, cries as he sits under pictures of his son and a painting painted by his son (right) at his family home in Oleksandrivka, on December 17th 2023, in Odesa region, Ukraine. The hum
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Borys Aisenberg, 78, Borys Aisenberg’s father, cries as he sits under pictures of his son and a painting painted by his son (right) at his family home in Oleksandrivka, on December 17th 2023, in Odesa region, Ukraine. The human toll of the Russia’s war on Ukraine’s art world is being felt across the country. Some cultural figures who signed up to fight are returning from the frontlines in body bags. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Borys Aisenberg, 78, Borys Aisenberg’s father, cries as he sits under pictures of his son and a painting painted by his son (right) at his family home in Oleksandrivka, on December 17th 2023, in Odesa region, Ukraine. The human toll of the Russia’s war on Ukraine’s art world is being felt across the country. Some cultural figures who signed up to fight are returning from the frontlines in body bags. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Camels drink from an oasis near North Horr in Marsabit, northern Kenya.

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Camels drink from an oasis near North Horr in Marsabit, northern Kenya.

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BUKHMUT, UKRAINE - APRIL 18: A walking soldiers is seen out of the window of a armoured vehicle driven by soldiers of Ukraine’s 93rd Brigade on April 18th 2023, in Bahkmut, Ukraine. Ukrainian and Russian armed forces are fighting bloody battles in the rui
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A walking soldiers is seen out of the window of a armoured vehicle driven by soldiers of Ukraine’s 93rd Brigade on April 18th 2023, in Bahkmut, Ukraine. Ukrainian and Russian armed forces are fighting bloody battles in the ruined eastern city of Bakhmut, Ukraine’s military says. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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A walking soldiers is seen out of the window of a armoured vehicle driven by soldiers of Ukraine’s 93rd Brigade on April 18th 2023, in Bahkmut, Ukraine. Ukrainian and Russian armed forces are fighting bloody battles in the ruined eastern city of Bakhmut, Ukraine’s military says. (Ed Ram/For The Washington Post)

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Tanzanian Battalion troups from MONUSCO wait in Eringeti to escort raod construction workers back to their base
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Tanzanian Battalion troops from MONUSCO wait in Eringeti to escort road construction workers back to their base

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Tanzanian Battalion troops from MONUSCO wait in Eringeti to escort road construction workers back to their base

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Emanuel Sikuku, 25,  dispares infront of his home that was destroyed in demolition site in Mukuru Kwa Njenga
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Emanuel Sikuku, 25, dispares infront of his home that was destroyed in demolition site in Mukuru Kwa Njenga. Tens of thousands of people in Mukuru Kwa Njenga informal settlement had their homes demolished without warning in November 2021 to make way for construction of a Chinese backed toll road known as the Nairobi Expressway.

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Emanuel Sikuku, 25, dispares infront of his home that was destroyed in demolition site in Mukuru Kwa Njenga. Tens of thousands of people in Mukuru Kwa Njenga informal settlement had their homes demolished without warning in November 2021 to make way for construction of a Chinese backed toll road known as the Nairobi Expressway.

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NAIROBI, KENYA - [24/12/2021]: A pastor speaks to people who have had their houses demolished and asks for money as they prepare to spend Christmas Eve sleeping in a makeshift displacement camp in Mukuru Kwa Njenga, in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, on 24th of
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 A pastor speaks to people who have had their houses demolished and asks for money as they prepare to spend Christmas Eve sleeping in a makeshift displacement camp in Mukuru Kwa Njenga, in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, on 24th of December 2021. Tens of thousands of people in Mukuru Kwa Njenga informal settlement had their homes demolished without warning in November 2021 to make way for construction of a Chinese backed toll road known as the Nairobi Expressway.

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 A pastor speaks to people who have had their houses demolished and asks for money as they prepare to spend Christmas Eve sleeping in a makeshift displacement camp in Mukuru Kwa Njenga, in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, on 24th of December 2021. Tens of thousands of people in Mukuru Kwa Njenga informal settlement had their homes demolished without warning in November 2021 to make way for construction of a Chinese backed toll road known as the Nairobi Expressway.

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The view from a look out point in the regional centre of employment in Borodianka that was being used as a Russian base.
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A man cycles past a scull gratified on a sign outside an administrative building that was used as a base by the Russian military in Borodianka, north of Kyiv.

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A man cycles past a scull gratified on a sign outside an administrative building that was used as a base by the Russian military in Borodianka, north of Kyiv.

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Prisoners in Block Six in Pul-e-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Afghanistan's capital Kabul. The prison wing held 2,000 Taliban. Shot on assignment for BBC News in 2019.

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Prisoners in Block Six in Pul-e-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Afghanistan's capital Kabul. The prison wing held 2,000 Taliban. Shot on assignment for BBC News in 2019.

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Women embrace before saying goodbye before the woman in the yellow gets on an amoured bus evacuating residents of Kreminna, a town five miles from the front line.
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Women embrace before saying goodbye before the woman in the yellow gets on an amoured bus evacuating residents of Kreminna, a town five miles from the front line.

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Women embrace before saying goodbye before the woman in the yellow gets on an amoured bus evacuating residents of Kreminna, a town five miles from the front line.

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Kabul, Afganistan in 2019.

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Kabul, Afganistan in 2019.

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A militaary helipcopte flies over Beni
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A military helicopter flies over Beni. After years of conflict between the DR Congo’s ineffective army, islamist rebel forces and local militias, Uganda's military have involved themselves in the conflict with, some say deepening the crisis.

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A military helicopter flies over Beni. After years of conflict between the DR Congo’s ineffective army, islamist rebel forces and local militias, Uganda's military have involved themselves in the conflict with, some say deepening the crisis.

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Taliban elders stand inside a prison block in Pul-e-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Afghanistan's capital Kabul. In 2019 the prison wing held 2,000 Taliban.

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Taliban elders stand inside a prison block in Pul-e-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Afghanistan's capital Kabul. In 2019 the prison wing held 2,000 Taliban.

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Oleksiy Agarkov was an alchoholic and disliked by his neighbours and a shell hit his house in 2015. He was  injured and and no one came to collect him for days and he got frost bite in both of his legs and they had to be amputated.
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Oleksiy Agarkov was an alchoholic and disliked by his neighbours and a shell hit his house in 2015. He was injured and and no one came to collect him for days and he got frost bite in both of his legs and they had to be amputated.

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Oleksiy Agarkov was an alchoholic and disliked by his neighbours and a shell hit his house in 2015. He was injured and and no one came to collect him for days and he got frost bite in both of his legs and they had to be amputated.

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Block Six is in Pul-e-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Afghanistan's capital Kabul. The prison wing held 2,000 Taliban. There were reports of Taliban prisoners attacking the prison guards and even sometimes taking control of part of the prison. In July 2019 we gained access to Block Six, met Taliban prisoners and reported on the peace deal.


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Block Six is in Pul-e-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Afghanistan's capital Kabul. The prison wing held 2,000 Taliban. There were reports of Taliban prisoners attacking the prison guards and even sometimes taking control of part of the prison. In July 2019 we gained access to Block Six, met Taliban prisoners and reported on the peace deal.


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Konstantin Kharkamov looks through a damaged window of the property in Saltivka
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Konstantin Kharkamov looks through a damaged window of the property in Kharkiv's heavily bombarded district of Saltivka.

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Konstantin Kharkamov looks through a damaged window of the property in Kharkiv's heavily bombarded district of Saltivka.

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Mother Ifrah Mohamud feeds her two year old Najax Ahmed Mahumed, a severely malnourished baby girl, via a tube in Banadir Maternity & Children Hospital in the Wadajir District of Mogadishu, Somalia on Wednesday 1 June 2022. Babies hands are tied with card
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Ifrah Mohamud feeds her severely malnourished daughter, Najax Ahmed Mahumed, 2, via a tube in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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Ifrah Mohamud feeds her severely malnourished daughter, Najax Ahmed Mahumed, 2, via a tube in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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Taliban elders Mullah Sultan (R) and Mawlawi Fazel Bari (L) stand outside a prison block in Pul-e-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Afghanistan's capital Kabul. In 2019 the prison wing holds 2,000 Taliban.

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Taliban elders Mullah Sultan (R) and Mawlawi Fazel Bari (L) stand outside a prison block in Pul-e-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Afghanistan's capital Kabul. In 2019 the prison wing holds 2,000 Taliban.

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Kabul, Afganistan in 2019.

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Kabul, Afganistan in 2019.

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A Taliban member lies inside a prison block in Pul-e-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Afghanistan's capital Kabul. In 2019 the prison wing held 2,000 Taliban fighters.

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A Taliban member lies inside a prison block in Pul-e-Charkhi prison on the outskirts of Afghanistan's capital Kabul. In 2019 the prison wing held 2,000 Taliban fighters.

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he corridor of school impacted by missile strike in Stepanakert during the 2020 conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh.

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he corridor of school impacted by missile strike in Stepanakert during the 2020 conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh.

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Worshipers visit the Trapezna Church in Kyiv
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Worshipers visit the controversial overnight service at Trapezna Church in Kyiv for Orthodox Easter.

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Worshipers visit the controversial overnight service at Trapezna Church in Kyiv for Orthodox Easter.

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Deputy head teacher Lida Mkrtchyan next to the housing of what's thought to be a powerful missile. Shushi destroyed cultural centre, that houses a theatre can be seen in the background in Nagorno-Karabakh.

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Deputy head teacher Lida Mkrtchyan next to the housing of what's thought to be a powerful missile. Shushi destroyed cultural centre, that houses a theatre can be seen in the background in Nagorno-Karabakh.

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Men lie in bed in n a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region
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Men lie in bed in n a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region.

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Men lie in bed in n a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region.

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A  man sits in an empty square in the centre of Slovyansk.

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A  man sits in an empty square in the centre of Slovyansk.

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Men ride motorbikes in central Kabul in 2019.

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Men ride motorbikes in central Kabul in 2019.

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A woman holds her malnourished baby in Banadir Maternity & Children Hospital in the Wadajir District of Mogadishu, Somalia on Wednesday 1 June 2022.
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A mother holds her malnourished baby in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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A mother holds her malnourished baby in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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People displaced by conflict at an aid distrubition point near Montepuez, Cabo Delgado.
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Displaced people receive aid at a distribution point in northern Mozambique. 

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Displaced people receive aid at a distribution point in northern Mozambique. 

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Displaced people walk to meet their relatives in Pemba, northern Mozambique. 

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Displaced people walk to meet their relatives in Pemba, northern Mozambique. 

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A man fishes on the beach at sunset in Pemba, Cabo Delgado.
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A man fishes in Pemba in northern Mozambique. 

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A man fishes in Pemba in northern Mozambique. 

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An MSF aid worker performs a health check on a child at a resettlement area near near Montepuez, Cabo Delgado.
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A MSF worker checks a child's health as families displaced by conflict wait at a full resettlement area near Montepuez, Cabo Delgado

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A MSF worker checks a child's health as families displaced by conflict wait at a full resettlement area near Montepuez, Cabo Delgado

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Men pack dispalced people's luggage into a mini bus at the bus station at Montepuez, Cabo Delgado.
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Men pack dispalced people's luggage into a mini bus at the bus station at Montepuez, Cabo Delgado. Men pack dispalced people's luggage into a mini bus at the bus station at Montepuez, Cabo Delgado. ×
Men pack dispalced people's luggage into a mini bus at the bus station at Montepuez, Cabo Delgado. Men pack dispalced people's luggage into a mini bus at the bus station at Montepuez, Cabo Delgado. ×
Worshipers visit the Trapezna Church in Kyiv
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Worshipers visit the controversial overnight service at Trapezna Church in Kyiv for Orthodox Easter.

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Worshipers visit the controversial overnight service at Trapezna Church in Kyiv for Orthodox Easter.

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People recently diplaced by ADF attacks who are sheltering in a school near Mbau just south of Oicha
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People recently diplaced by ADF attacks who are sheltering in a school near Mbau just south of Oicha

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People recently diplaced by ADF attacks who are sheltering in a school near Mbau just south of Oicha

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A woman from the Banu communtiy in a rente house near Oicha that she has been able to rent with the help of cash from the norwegian refugee council.
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A woman from the Banu community in a rented house near Oicha that she has been able to rent with the help of cash from the Norwegian refugee council.

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A woman from the Banu community in a rented house near Oicha that she has been able to rent with the help of cash from the Norwegian refugee council.

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A billboard stand wrapped around a tree stands infront of a partially destryed government buidings in Buzi town, Central Mozambique.
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A billboard stand wrapped around a tree stands infront of a partially destryed government buidings in Buzi town, Central Mozambique.

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A billboard stand wrapped around a tree stands infront of a partially destryed government buidings in Buzi town, Central Mozambique.

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Tanzanian Battalion troups from MONUSCO travel back from Eringeti as they escort road construction workers back to their base near Beni
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Tanzanian Battalion troups from MONUSCO travel back from Eringeti as they escort road construction workers back to their base near Beni

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Tanzanian Battalion troups from MONUSCO travel back from Eringeti as they escort road construction workers back to their base near Beni

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Tanzanian Battalion troups from MONUSCO travel back from Eringeti in an armoured vehicle as they escort road construction workers back to their base near Beni
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Tanzanian Battalion troups from MONUSCO travel back from Eringeti in an armoured vehicle as they escort road construction workers back to their base near Beni

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Tanzanian Battalion troups from MONUSCO travel back from Eringeti in an armoured vehicle as they escort road construction workers back to their base near Beni

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In the garden of a hotel in Beni, Tommy Tambwe, who leads North Kivu’s Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration program, holds a meeting of community members aimed at disarming Mai Mai groups and engaging young people.

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In the garden of a hotel in Beni, Tommy Tambwe, who leads North Kivu’s Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration program, holds a meeting of community members aimed at disarming Mai Mai groups and engaging young people.

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Teachers and journalist are trained in the use of weapons in Zaporizhzhia
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Teachers and journalist are trained in first aid in Zaporizhzhia.

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Teachers and journalist are trained in first aid in Zaporizhzhia.

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Women roll barrels of water back to town after collecting it from a reservoir in Sabuli Conservancy. One more poor rainy season will make this the longest drought the region has experienced in four decades. Shot for National Geographic.

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Women roll barrels of water back to town after collecting it from a reservoir in Sabuli Conservancy. One more poor rainy season will make this the longest drought the region has experienced in four decades. Shot for National Geographic.

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In the garden of a hotel in Beni, Tommy Tambwe, who leads North Kivu’s Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration program, holds a meeting of community members aimed at disarming Mai Mai groups and engaging young people.
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In the garden of a hotel in Beni, Tommy Tambwe, who leads North Kivu’s Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration program, holds a meeting of community members aimed at disarming Mai Mai groups and engaging young people.

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In the garden of a hotel in Beni, Tommy Tambwe, who leads North Kivu’s Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration program, holds a meeting of community members aimed at disarming Mai Mai groups and engaging young people.

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Military helicopers stand in Beni's aport near a disused palne
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Congolese military helicopters stand in Beni's aport near a disused plane. After years of conflict between the DR Congo’s ineffective army, islamist rebel forces and local militias, Uganda's military have involved themselves in the conflict with, some say deepening the crisis.

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Congolese military helicopters stand in Beni's aport near a disused plane. After years of conflict between the DR Congo’s ineffective army, islamist rebel forces and local militias, Uganda's military have involved themselves in the conflict with, some say deepening the crisis.

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A ranger pours cool water on the giraffe’s body while another helps him stand up. To help the giraffe, the team sedated him with a tranquilizer dart, then removed the wire snare from his leg with bolt cutters. Shot for National Geographic.

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A ranger pours cool water on the giraffe’s body while another helps him stand up. To help the giraffe, the team sedated him with a tranquilizer dart, then removed the wire snare from his leg with bolt cutters. Shot for National Geographic.

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Ester Mukohe, age 17, is a student and was caught in the christmas day blast.
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Ester Mukohe, age 17, is a student and was caught in the christmas day blast. After years of conflict between the DR Congo’s ineffective army, islamist rebel forces and local militias, Uganda's military have involved themselves in the conflict with, some say deepening the crisis.

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Ester Mukohe, age 17, is a student and was caught in the christmas day blast. After years of conflict between the DR Congo’s ineffective army, islamist rebel forces and local militias, Uganda's military have involved themselves in the conflict with, some say deepening the crisis.

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Ali Abdullahi Mohamed, a severely malnourished boy aged 27 onths, is examined by a nurse as he receives treatment in a ward supported by in Banadir Maternity & Children Hospital in the Wadajir District of Mogadishu, Somalia on Wednesday 1 June 2022.
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Ali Abdullahi Mohamed, a severely malnourished 27-month-old boy, lies on his bed for treatment in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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Ali Abdullahi Mohamed, a severely malnourished 27-month-old boy, lies on his bed for treatment in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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Mohamed Sharmarke Osman, one year old boy sits on Hassan Ali Nur, his gandfather’s lap, as he receives treatment in a ward in Banadir Maternity & Children Hospital in the Wadajir District of Mogadishu, Somalia on Wednesday 1 June 2022.
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A father holds his malnourished baby in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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A father holds his malnourished baby in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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NAIROBI, KENYA - [12/12/2021]: Camels, weak from lack sustenance, drink from a salt water well as they migrate to find food near Mochesa in Wajir county on December 9, 2021 in Nairobi, Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created foo
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Camels, weak from lack sustenance, drink from a salt water well as they migrate to find food near Mochesa in Wajir county on December 9, 2021 in Nairobi, Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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Camels, weak from lack sustenance, drink from a salt water well as they migrate to find food near Mochesa in Wajir county on December 9, 2021 in Nairobi, Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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Fisherman and informal workers start their day in at Praia Nova in Beira, central Mozambique.
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Fisherman and informal workers start their day in at Praia Nova in Beira, central Mozambique.

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Fisherman and informal workers start their day in at Praia Nova in Beira, central Mozambique.

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The seawall that was partially destroyed by cyclone idai in Beira, central Mozambique.
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The seawall that was partially destroyed by cyclone idai in Beira, central Mozambique.

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The seawall that was partially destroyed by cyclone idai in Beira, central Mozambique.

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Catarina Joaquim Ukanga (Left) near the mosque where she stayed during the cyclone, in Buzi town, Central Mozambique.) near her home, in Buzi town, Central Mozambique.
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Catarina Joaquim Ukanga at her home near the northern bank of the river Buzi, in Buzi town, Central Mozambique. Record breaking cyclones have devastated the coastline of central and northern Mozambique in recent years with meteorologists suggesting climate change is increasing the frequency of extreme weather events.

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Catarina Joaquim Ukanga at her home near the northern bank of the river Buzi, in Buzi town, Central Mozambique. Record breaking cyclones have devastated the coastline of central and northern Mozambique in recent years with meteorologists suggesting climate change is increasing the frequency of extreme weather events.

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People cross the river Buzi in Buzi town, Central Mozambique.
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People cross the river Buzi in Buzi town, Central Mozambique.

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People cross the river Buzi in Buzi town, Central Mozambique.

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Kenya Wildlife Service rangers prepare to move the body of a giraffe in Lagboqol, part of Wajir County in northeast Kenya. The giraffe died last November after getting stuck in mud as it tried to find water in this nearly dried-up reservoir. Shot for National Geographic

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Kenya Wildlife Service rangers prepare to move the body of a giraffe in Lagboqol, part of Wajir County in northeast Kenya. The giraffe died last November after getting stuck in mud as it tried to find water in this nearly dried-up reservoir. Shot for National Geographic

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Somali-Kenyan Sharmake Yussuf poses for a portrait outside the town of Garissa. As the competition between people and wild animals over scarce resources in the area grew increasingly deadly, Yussef became determined to find a way to help people thrive alongside wildlife rather than see it as a threat. Since 2011, he’s been working directly with locals on community conservation efforts. Shot for National Geographic.

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Somali-Kenyan Sharmake Yussuf poses for a portrait outside the town of Garissa. As the competition between people and wild animals over scarce resources in the area grew increasingly deadly, Yussef became determined to find a way to help people thrive alongside wildlife rather than see it as a threat. Since 2011, he’s been working directly with locals on community conservation efforts. Shot for National Geographic.

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A vehicle drags the dead giraffe found in the dried-up reservoir in Wajir County, with Wildlife Service rangers close behind on foot. Rangers believe the giraffe died a few weeks prior, already weak from hunger and dehydration before it got stuck in mud. Moving the giraffe’s body prevents the mud from being contaminated. Shot for national Geographic.

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A vehicle drags the dead giraffe found in the dried-up reservoir in Wajir County, with Wildlife Service rangers close behind on foot. Rangers believe the giraffe died a few weeks prior, already weak from hunger and dehydration before it got stuck in mud. Moving the giraffe’s body prevents the mud from being contaminated. Shot for national Geographic.

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Kenya Wildlife Service rangers catch and sedate a giraffe just outside of Garissa in March. The giraffe had been caught in a snare set by poachers and, without help, would likely have been killed soon by humans or predators. Poachers set snares for giraffes to eliminate competition for scarce resources, and to sell their meat for extra income. Shot for National Geographic.

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Kenya Wildlife Service rangers catch and sedate a giraffe just outside of Garissa in March. The giraffe had been caught in a snare set by poachers and, without help, would likely have been killed soon by humans or predators. Poachers set snares for giraffes to eliminate competition for scarce resources, and to sell their meat for extra income. Shot for National Geographic.

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A malnourished baby lies in next it's mother in Banadir Maternity & Children Hospital in the Wadajir District of Mogadishu, Somalia on Wednesday 1 June 2022.
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A severely malnourished baby lies on a bed for treatment in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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A severely malnourished baby lies on a bed for treatment in Banadir Maternity and Children Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, on June 1, 2022. - Four consecutive seasons of poor rains have left millions of drought-stricken people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia facing starvation.

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Svitlana Shevchenko, head of the Kyiv Region Administrative Courts,  and Volodymyr Masovets, Svitlana's deputy, at his home in Bucha that was slept in and looted by Russians
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Svitlana Shevchenko, head of the Kyiv Region Administrative Courts, and Volodymyr Masovets, Svitlana's deputy, at his home in Bucha that was slept in and looted by Russians.

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Svitlana Shevchenko, head of the Kyiv Region Administrative Courts, and Volodymyr Masovets, Svitlana's deputy, at his home in Bucha that was slept in and looted by Russians.

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NAIROBI, KENYA - [DATE]: A family migrates in search of grazing land in Wajir county on December 10, 2021 in Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock t
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A family migrates in search of grazing land on December 10, 2021 in Wajir County, Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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A family migrates in search of grazing land on December 10, 2021 in Wajir County, Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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NAIROBI, KENYA - [12/12/2021]:  Assistant Chief to Eyrib Village Abdi Karim (right) and teacher at the local school Abdikadir Aden (left) walk on the mud in a dried up reservoir on the outskirts of Eyrib village in Wajir county on December 10, 2021 in Ken
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Assistant Chief of Eyrib Village, Abdi Karim (right), and teacher at the local school, Abdikadir Aden (left), stand in the mud in a dried up reservoir on the outskirts of Eyrib village in Sabuli Wildlife Conservancy on December 10, 2021 in Wajir County, Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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Assistant Chief of Eyrib Village, Abdi Karim (right), and teacher at the local school, Abdikadir Aden (left), stand in the mud in a dried up reservoir on the outskirts of Eyrib village in Sabuli Wildlife Conservancy on December 10, 2021 in Wajir County, Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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NAIROBI, KENYA - [12/12/2021]:A pastoralist looks at gestures at dead goats that lie on the outskirts of Eyrib village in Wajir county on December 10, 2021 in Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pus
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A pastoralist gestures at dead goats that lie on the outskirts of Eyrib village on December 10, 2021 in Wajir County, Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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A pastoralist gestures at dead goats that lie on the outskirts of Eyrib village on December 10, 2021 in Wajir County, Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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Iryna Heorhiyivna cries in her home in Kostyantynivka before Nina is evacuated.
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Iryna Heorhiyivna cries in her home in Kostyantynivka before her mother Nina is evacuated.

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Iryna Heorhiyivna cries in her home in Kostyantynivka before her mother Nina is evacuated.

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NAIROBI, KENYA - [DATE]: Sheep, that were weak from months of drought, lie dead by the side of the road after they died from cold when the rain came, in Wajir county on December 10, 2021 in Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has create
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In this aerial view, sheep, weak from months of drought, lie dead by the side of the road after they died from cold when the rain came, on December 10, 2021 in Wajir County, Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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In this aerial view, sheep, weak from months of drought, lie dead by the side of the road after they died from cold when the rain came, on December 10, 2021 in Wajir County, Kenya. A prolonged drought in the country's north east has created food and water shortages, pushing pastoralist communities and their livestock to the brink. The area has received less than a third of normal rainfall since September.

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Recovered bodies crushed by rubble after a 250kg bomb hit a block of flats in Borodianka in early March, according to Ukrainian officals.
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Recovered bodies crushed by rubble after a 250kg bomb hit a block of flats in Borodianka in early March, according to Ukrainian officials.

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Recovered bodies crushed by rubble after a 250kg bomb hit a block of flats in Borodianka in early March, according to Ukrainian officials.

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Regina Ndinda, 53, Pastor of a small church reads and makes note from a bible after being made homeless. she has been working in the church that was demolish for 25 years
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Regina Ndinda, 53, Pastor of a small church reads and makes note from a bible after being made homeless. she has been working in the church that was demolish for 25 years.

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Regina Ndinda, 53, Pastor of a small church reads and makes note from a bible after being made homeless. she has been working in the church that was demolish for 25 years.

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An elderly man sits on his bed in a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region
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An elderly man sits on his bed in a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region.

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An elderly man sits on his bed in a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region.

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Teachers and journalist are trained in first aid in Zaporizhzhia.

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Teachers and journalist are trained in first aid in Zaporizhzhia.

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Wounded soldiers receive treatment in a hospital in dnipro
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A wounded soldier receives treatment in a hospital in Dnipro

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A wounded soldier receives treatment in a hospital in Dnipro

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Men fix the window of a school in the town of Pokotylovskyy Lytsey on the outskirts of Kharkiv.
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Men fix the window of a school in the town of Pokotylovskyy Lytsey on the outskirts of Kharkiv.

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Men fix the window of a school in the town of Pokotylovskyy Lytsey on the outskirts of Kharkiv.

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A destrouyed militry vehicle near Stara Basan, left behind after Russian forces occupied the village
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A destroyed military vehicle near Stara Basan, left behind after Russian forces occupied the village

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A destroyed military vehicle near Stara Basan, left behind after Russian forces occupied the village

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Men, women and children get off a bus in Zaporizhzhia after having arrived from Mariupol.
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Women and children get off a bus in Zaporizhzhia after being evacuated from Mariupol.

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Women and children get off a bus in Zaporizhzhia after being evacuated from Mariupol.

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Laura is from eastern DRC but has been in living in Kampala since her family fled the violence there in 2011. 

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Laura is from eastern DRC but has been in living in Kampala since her family fled the violence there in 2011. 

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A destroyed hsoue a village in Chernihiv region
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A destroyed house and part of a tank in a village in Chernihiv region north of Kyiv.

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A destroyed house and part of a tank in a village in Chernihiv region north of Kyiv.

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Worshipers visit the Trapezna Church in Kyiv
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Worshipers visit the controversial overnight service at Trapezna Church in Kyiv for Orthodox Easter.

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Worshipers visit the controversial overnight service at Trapezna Church in Kyiv for Orthodox Easter.

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Men, women and children get off a bus in Zaporizhzhia after having arrived from Mariupol.
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An elderly woman is helped off a bus in Zaporizhzhia after being evacuated from Mariupol.

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An elderly woman is helped off a bus in Zaporizhzhia after being evacuated from Mariupol.

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Men fix the roof o the property in Saltivka
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Men fix the roof of a damaged property in Kharkiv's heavily bombarded district of Saltivka.

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Men fix the roof of a damaged property in Kharkiv's heavily bombarded district of Saltivka.

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Destruction in the Saltivka district of north eastern Kharkiv
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Destruction is seen in Kharkiv's heavily bombarded district of Saltivka.

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Destruction is seen in Kharkiv's heavily bombarded district of Saltivka.

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Men fix the window of a school in the town of Pokotylovskyy Lytsey on the outskirts of Kharkiv.
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Men fix the window of a school in the town of Pokotylovskyy Lytsey on the outskirts of Kharkiv.

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Men fix the window of a school in the town of Pokotylovskyy Lytsey on the outskirts of Kharkiv.

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A slide and childrens play area is seen through a window of a building used by Russians as a base in Kutuzivka
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A children's play area is seen from a building used as a Russian base in Kutuzivka, on the outskirts of Kharkiv.

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A children's play area is seen from a building used as a Russian base in Kutuzivka, on the outskirts of Kharkiv.

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Wounded soldiers receive treatment in a hospital in dnipro
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A wounded soldier receives treatment in a hospital in Dnipro

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A wounded soldier receives treatment in a hospital in Dnipro

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Ukrainian firemen clear rubble after a 250kg bomb hit a block of flats in Borodianka in early March, according to Ukrainian officals.
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A block of flats in Borodianka hit by a 250kg Russian Bomb in early March, according to Ukrainian officials.

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A block of flats in Borodianka hit by a 250kg Russian Bomb in early March, according to Ukrainian officials.

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In eastern Ukraine about 30,000 civilians, mostly elderly, cross the contact line every day. They walk though a war zone between territory held by Russian-backed fighters and land controlled by the Ukrainian government. Many make the journey to collect their pensions on the other side.  Photography for BBC News.

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In eastern Ukraine about 30,000 civilians, mostly elderly, cross the contact line every day. They walk though a war zone between territory held by Russian-backed fighters and land controlled by the Ukrainian government. Many make the journey to collect their pensions on the other side.  Photography for BBC News.

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People carrying bags and pets to an armoured bus evacuating residents of Kreminna, a town five miles from the front line.

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People carrying bags and pets to an armoured bus evacuating residents of Kreminna, a town five miles from the front line.

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An elderly man sits on his bed in a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region

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An elderly man sits on his bed in a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region

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Svitlana Shevchenko, head of the Kyiv Region Administrative Courts, and Volodymyr Masovets, Svitlana's deputy, at his home in Bucha that was slept in and looted by Russians.

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Svitlana Shevchenko, head of the Kyiv Region Administrative Courts, and Volodymyr Masovets, Svitlana's deputy, at his home in Bucha that was slept in and looted by Russians.

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Yuriy Gukasian, who went blind, sits on his bed in a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region. He was very upset and frustrated and kept calling for a doctor.

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Yuriy Gukasian, who went blind, sits on his bed in a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region. He was very upset and frustrated and kept calling for a doctor.

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Evacuee Oksana cries into a napkin in a hotel as explains how her time in the Azovstal steelworks has changed her.

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Evacuee Oksana cries into a napkin in a hotel as explains how her time in the Azovstal steelworks has changed her.

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Close to Kenya's costal border with Somalia, Kiangwe Primary School has reopened after seven years of closure due to fears of terror attacks. Threats of violence from nearby Al Shabab cells meant children in the local village missed huge chunks of their education. Photography for Der Spiegel. 

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Close to Kenya's costal border with Somalia, Kiangwe Primary School has reopened after seven years of closure due to fears of terror attacks. Threats of violence from nearby Al Shabab cells meant children in the local village missed huge chunks of their education. Photography for Der Spiegel. 

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A disused health facility on the outskirts of Sloviansk that was hit by an airstrike in late April.

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A disused health facility on the outskirts of Sloviansk that was hit by an airstrike in late April.

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Protester are dispersed by tear gas fired by police officers as they demand the Kenyan government to take action for better living conditions during the Covid-19 pandemic during a May Day rally marking the international labor day in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Protester are dispersed by tear gas fired by police officers as they demand the Kenyan government to take action for better living conditions during the Covid-19 pandemic during a May Day rally marking the international labor day in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Yevhen Kryvoshey, a widower, who was evacuated a month ago from Izyum in his shared room in a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region

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Yevhen Kryvoshey, a widower, who was evacuated a month ago from Izyum in his shared room in a nursing home in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk Region

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On the 14th March 2019 Cyclone Idai made landfall in central Mozambique. The storm changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people, many of whom are still living in tents or without roofs in resettlement camps, waiting for promises of reconstruction to be delivered. Photography for BBC News.

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On the 14th March 2019 Cyclone Idai made landfall in central Mozambique. The storm changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people, many of whom are still living in tents or without roofs in resettlement camps, waiting for promises of reconstruction to be delivered. Photography for BBC News.

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Hennadiy Stasenko, head of the Borodianka court in Kyiv region stands where his desk was next to the caucus of his computer in the Borodianka court house.

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Hennadiy Stasenko, head of the Borodianka court in Kyiv region stands where his desk was next to the caucus of his computer in the Borodianka court house.

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Juliette Miguel owns a small shop at the entrance to Savane resettlement camp. Nearly 100,000 people are still displaced after Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique. The majority of them live in resettlement camps in makeshifts housing that would be destroyed if another cyclone hit. Photography for Vice World News.

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Juliette Miguel owns a small shop at the entrance to Savane resettlement camp. Nearly 100,000 people are still displaced after Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique. The majority of them live in resettlement camps in makeshifts housing that would be destroyed if another cyclone hit. Photography for Vice World News.

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People displaced an insurgency in northern Mozambique wait at a full resettlement area near Montepuez, Cabo Delgado. Photography for The Telegraph.

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People displaced an insurgency in northern Mozambique wait at a full resettlement area near Montepuez, Cabo Delgado. Photography for The Telegraph.

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Yevhenia Patrivna's apartment is half a kilometre from the front line on the Ukrainian government held side the conflict zone. Like thousand of others, she has to cross military check points to collect her pension.


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Yevhenia Patrivna's apartment is half a kilometre from the front line on the Ukrainian government held side the conflict zone. Like thousand of others, she has to cross military check points to collect her pension.


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Aristide is 19 and has been in Uganda for 8 years. He came to Kampala as a refugee with his family has won a scholarship for secondary education. 

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Aristide is 19 and has been in Uganda for 8 years. He came to Kampala as a refugee with his family has won a scholarship for secondary education. 

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A protester is arrested and placed in the back of a vehicle by police officers as people demand the Kenyan government to take action for better living conditions during the Covid-19 pandemic during a May Day rally marking the international labor day in Nairobi.  Photography for AFP.

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A protester is arrested and placed in the back of a vehicle by police officers as people demand the Kenyan government to take action for better living conditions during the Covid-19 pandemic during a May Day rally marking the international labor day in Nairobi.  Photography for AFP.

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Pupils at a primary school in northern Guatemala see their classes get smaller as more families leave indigenous communities to go to the US. 

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Pupils at a primary school in northern Guatemala see their classes get smaller as more families leave indigenous communities to go to the US. 

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Samuel arrived in Uganda from the DCR in February 2019. After a family dispute, his step brothers killed his mother and father.  They later killed his older brother in front of him with machetes. He escaped and is now working to start a business in Kampala.

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Samuel arrived in Uganda from the DCR in February 2019. After a family dispute, his step brothers killed his mother and father.  They later killed his older brother in front of him with machetes. He escaped and is now working to start a business in Kampala.

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Members of Mathare Social Justice Centre watch a film screening as part of a human rights focused film festival in Mathare, an informal settlement in Nairobi, Kenya. Photography for Under Our Skin, Kenya.

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Members of Mathare Social Justice Centre watch a film screening as part of a human rights focused film festival in Mathare, an informal settlement in Nairobi, Kenya. Photography for Under Our Skin, Kenya.

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An Armenian soldier prays for his wounded brother with two senior colleagues. A conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh killed thousands of soldiers and civilians in 2020. Photography for Vice World News.

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An Armenian soldier prays for his wounded brother with two senior colleagues. A conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh killed thousands of soldiers and civilians in 2020. Photography for Vice World News.

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Protesters demand the Kenyan government take action for better living conditions in the Covid-19 pandemic during a May Day rally marking the international labor day in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Protesters demand the Kenyan government take action for better living conditions in the Covid-19 pandemic during a May Day rally marking the international labor day in Nairobi, Kenya.

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