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Caracoles Mine
From the series: Cerro Rico - The Mountain That Eats MenA miner stands on the edge of a mineral off-loading track outside an active mine on the mountain Cerro Rico in Potosí, Bolivia.Tim Hussin
Caracoles Mine
Wounded American service members in rehab at Walter Reed Hospital. Wayne Waldon, Army Capt., retired - leg amputee. Rock climb. Cedric King, Army Master Sergeant - bilateral leg amputee. Swimming pool. Stephanie Morris, Army E4 - external leg prosthetic. Adam Hartswick, Army Sergeant - bilateral amputee. Video monitor therapy.by James Nachtwey
The Hamilton Academicals Football Club plays patrick Thistle at New Douglas Park in Hamilton, Scotland.
A MAN AND WOMAN WENT THROUGH THE BARREN MOUNTAINS OF BADAKHSHAN PROVNCE IN NORTHERN AFGHANISTAN, ONE OF THOSE MOST DEEPLY AFFECTED BY THE RECENT DROUGHT, ON THEIR WAY TO THE TOWN OF KEMISH IN THE AREA CONTROLLED BY THE NORTHERN ALLIANCE.  PHOTO BY JAMES HILL/19 OCTOBER 2001.
Gashaw Jaffar, a Peshmerga soldier, guards a checkpoint at the Farmanday Peshmerga base outside Sulaimaniyah, Kurdistan, Iraq. Sept. 2003.
People drive classic American car in Old Havana, Cuba, Oct. 16, 2014.
From the series: Cerro Rico - The Mountain That Eats MenA miner stands on the edge of a mineral off-loading track outsi
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Photojournalism Daily: Nov. 7, 2014

Nov 07, 2014

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Tim Hussin's work from the indigenous community of Potosí, Bolivia. The pictures taken in and around Cerro Rico, a mountain that once held vast supplies of minerals, including silver, are a few years old but have been presented anew as a full multimedia experience that includes his notes and striking video portraits. From life underground to a wedding to a young miner's funeral, Hussin captures the reality of life and death by "the mountain that eats men."

Tim Hussin: Cerro Rico - The Mountain That Eats Men (Storehouse)

James Nachtwey: Life After War (TIME LightBox) Photographs of the determination of American combat veterans and wounded soldiers recovering at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland.

Erin Trieb: Liberating a village formerly controlled by the Islamic State (The Washington Post InSight) Scenes of Kurdish troops battling ISIS in northern Iraq.

Kieran Dodds: Scottish Club Hamilton Academical Combines Soccer and Sobriety (The New York Times) This small Scottish soccer club near Glasgow plays a big role in its local community.

James Hill: Somewhere Between War and Peace (The Atlantic) An adapted excerpt from the photographer's new book.

Anastasia Taylor-Lind (TED blog) One of this year's TED Fellows interviewed about her Ukraine work and why she became a photojournalist.

AP Photojournalist Franklin Reyes Marrero Dies in Havana Car Crash (American Photo)

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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