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Al Khumaini Msallam Qudiah is seen exiting his rubbled home in Khan Younis, southern Gaza, on Nov. 1st 2014.Al Khumaini and his sons live in the rubbled home, while his wife and daughters live with their relatives. His farmland was bulldozed by Israeli army. He began building new farm, with the bricks and material from his rubbled home.
The Washington Post In Sight: Farmers in GazaAl Khumaini Msallam Qudiah leaving the ruins of his home in Khan Younis, southern Gaza, on Nov. 1, 2014. Khumaini and his sons live in the home while his wife and daughters live with their relatives. His farm was bulldozed by the Israeli army and he began building a new farm with the bricks and material from the rubble.Jošt Franko
Al Khumaini Msallam Qudiah is seen exiting his rubbled home in Khan Younis, southern Gaza, on Nov. 1st 2014.Al Khumaini and his sons live in the rubbled home, while his wife and daughters live with their relatives. His farmland was bulldozed by Israeli army. He began building new farm, with the bricks and material from his rubbled home.
The Gaza Parkour team practices in a cemetery  on the outskirts of their refugee camp in Khan Younis, Gaza. The walls show damage from past Israeli incursions.
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The Washington Post In Sight: Farmers in GazaAl Khumaini Msallam Qudiah leaving the ruins of his home in Khan Younis, s
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Photojournalism Daily: Nov. 28, 2014

Nov 28, 2014

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Jošt Franko's work on farmers in Gaza. Franko has been photographing a group of them in the Palestinian enclave since 2013. He returned this fall to gauge the toll of this past summer's conflict. What he found is damaged homes, bulldozed farmlands and ruined olive trees. Franko's pictures offer a compelling look at a community desperate to rebuild its livelihood in the wake of war.

Jošt Franko: Farmers in Gaza (The Washington Post In Sight)

Tanya Habjouqa: Occupied Pleasures (Slate Behold) Habjouqa's World Press Photo Award winning series shows a side of Palestinian life that doesn’t usually make it into the news.

Rodrigo Abd: Peru Attacks Illegal Mining (The Associated Press Images) These photographs document the government's battle against illegal mining in the country's southeastern jungles, where 50,000 hectares of rainforest have been wiped-out in the last couple of years.

Bieke Depoorter: I Am About to Call It a Day (The New Yorker Photo Booth) Work from Depoorter's road trip around the United States in 2010, has been collected into a new book called, I Am About to Call It a Day.

The Islamic State and Photography (Aperture Foundation Blog) Sam Powers considers the strategies and visual imagery of IS from a photographic standpoint.

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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