PJL: July 2014 (Part 2)

Daniel Berehulak for the New York Times

Curated by Mikko Takkunen, a collection of the most interesting photojournalism and documentary photography from across the web.

Featured and Essays

Daniel Berehulak for the New York Times
Daniel Berehulak for the New York Times

Daniel Berehulak: The Perils of Poor Sanitation in India (New York Times) Poor sanitation in India may afflict well-fed children with malnutrition

Luke Duggleby: Inside the illegal dog-meat trade (CNN Photo blog) Luke Duggleby’s photos take viewers inside Southeast Asia’s illegal dog-meat trade. Duggleby, who traveled to Thailand, Laos and Vietnam for the story, documents a business that is estimated to include hundreds of thousands of dogs per year

Ian Teh: The Strait of Malacca : The Crossroads of the World (Agence Vu) Malesia

GMB Akash: Hell for Leather (Panos Pictures) Bangladesh tanneries

Sayed Asif Mahmud: Inside Bangladesh’s Cheap Cigarette Factories (TIME LightBox) Project documenting the many hazards facing workers in Bangladesh’s cheap tobacco factories

Selvaprakash Lakshmanan: Fishing in South India’s Troubled Waters (New York Times Lens blog) A regional conflict between traditional South Indian fisherman and the government of Sri Lanka exposes deep environmental problems in the globalized economy

Carolyn Cole—Los Angeles Times
Carolyn Cole—Los Angeles Times

Carolyn Cole: Gaza Strip (Los Angeles Times) Related audio slideshow: Cole describes scenes in Gaza City, a day after arriving there

Alessio Romenzi: Innocents in the Crossfire in Gaza (TIME LightBox) The world has become used to seeing images of dead civilians caught in the crossfire between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Yet, Alessio Romenzi believes it’s his role to bear witness for future generations

Bryan Denton: Two Baghdad Neighborhoods, a World Apart (New York Times) Bound by bridge, two Baghdad enclaves drift far apart

Lynsey Addario: Iraq: A Country Standing Divided (Reportage by Getty Images)

Bryan Denton and Jason Florio: Qatar’s Soccer Dreams (New York Times) Seeking soccer respect, Qatar looked abroad

Corentin Fohlen
Corentin Fohlen

Corentin Fohlen: Chad (Paris Match L’Instant)

Pete Muller: Things Fall Apart: Masculinity and Violence in Congo (TIME LightBox) Can failed masculinity contribute to violence, asks photographer Pete Muller, who, for the past year, has studied the relationships between ideals of manhood and violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Laura El-Tantawy: A Love of Land in Egypt’s Farms (New York Times Lens blog) After experiencing the tumult of the Arab Spring, Laura El-Tantawy returned to her grandfather’s village to rediscover and appreciate the lives of farmers.