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Only a few nights to his departure, Amir hangs out with his friend in a park late at night and smokes a joint to relax. Tehran, Iran.
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Only a few nights to his departure, Amir hangs out with his friend in a park late at night and smokes a joint to relax. Tehran, Iran.Kiana Hayeri
Only a few nights to his departure, Amir hangs out with his friend in a park late at night and smokes a joint to relax. Tehran, Iran.
Timur is playing with a watergun in the backyard of the family's home in Sevastopol, Crimea.
In late September polar bears flock to the native town of Kaktovik in the Alaskan Arctic to eat at "the boneyard": the remains of whales annually hunted by the community.
Road to Khyber Pass. Afghanistan. 1956.
Runak,14, from Shengal, makes her way down the mountain after a week. August 2014. Sinjar Mountains, Iraq.
Only a few nights to his departure, Amir hangs out with his friend in a park late at night and smokes a joint to relax.
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Photojournalism Daily: Oct. 16, 2014

Oct 16, 2014

Today's daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Kiana Hayeri's work that explores Iran's sexual minorities. The photographs capture the story of a 19-year-old gay man called Amir, who moves to Turkey in the hope of a better future. The series is a powerful document of the young adult at a life's crossroads and in the midst of continuing sexual transformation, and it just received an Honorable Mention from the 2014 Emerging Photographer Fund.

Kiana Hayeri: Jense Degar (The Other Sex) (Burn Magazine)

Misha Friedman: Bogdan and Yegor (Time.com) A Crimean gay couple decides to emigrate as Russian homophobia sets in.

Katie Orlinsky: Bear Town USA (Al Jazeera America) A small Alaskan village goes through major changes as Arctic Sea ice retreats.

Seeing Beauty Where Others Do Not (The New York Times Lens) Sarah Stacke writes about Marc Riboud, whose Asia work is now on show at the Rubin Museum of Art, in New York.

A Lens to the Front (Roads & Kingdoms) The story behind Metrography, the first and only independent photo agency in Iraq.

Chasing Militants While Pregnant (BBC World Service — Outlook) Fascinating radio interview with French photographer Veronique de Viguerie on some of her most dangerous assignments. Starts 30 seconds in.

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.

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