Today's daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Pete Muller's compelling pictures from war-ravaged eastern Congo, which document the heavy price local populations continue to pay for the conflict. The series adds to the photographer's already impressive coverage in the country, from rape victims, to the military, and investigations on the role of masculity and violence.
Pete Muller: In Congo, trapped in violence and forgotten (The Washington Post) See also the portrait series: Faces of the enduring Congolese war and the Photographer's Notebook video post in which Muller talks about working in Congo.
Phil Moore: The Real Impact of War in the Democratic Republic of Congo (TIME LightBox) Another look at the long-term effects the war has had on civilian populations in the country.
Yann Mingard: Deposit (Wired Raw File) Documenting Swiss bunkers turned into secretive data centers.
Forest McMullin: Black Cowboys (and Girls) (Slate Behold) Portraits from a rare all-black rodeo.
Various photographers: Hong Kong Protests (Time.com) Lots of remarkable work coming from the pro-democracy demonstrations, by photographers such as Chris McGrath and Xaume Olleros.
Gerry Badger: Building Sight (British Journal of Photography) Badger muses on photography's relationship to the built environment.
Getty Images Grants 10 Year Anniversary (Reportage by Getty Images Vimeo page) Winners and judges of the Getty grants reflect on their experiences with the program and its meaning to photojournalists.
Photojournalism Links is a compilation of the most interesting photojournalism found on the web, curated by Mikko Takkunen, Associate Photo Editor at TIME. Follow him on Twitter @photojournalism.