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PJL: April 2014 (Part 2)

Mike Hettwer—National Geographic

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

Features and Essays

Mike Hettwer—National Geographic
Mike Hettwer—National Geographic

Mike Hettwer: The Ship-Breakers (National Geographic) The men of Bangladesh risk their lives to tear apart cargo carriers and tankers | Related field notes by Hettwer here | From the May issue of National Geographic magazine

Sarker Protick: Of River and Lost Lands (PROOF) A project on Ishurdi district in Bangladesh

Ismail Ferdous and Nathan Fitch: The Deadly Cost of Fashion (New York Times) Short film dealing with last year’s Rana Plaza garment factory disaster in Bangladesh

Ami Vitale: Inside The (Not So) Secret World of Pandas (LightBox) Releasing Giant pandas into the wild in Sichuan Province, China

Ian Teh: Fight against malaria at the border between Myanmar and Thailand (Agence Vu)

Vincenzo Floramo: In Burma, It’s Rehab at Gunpoint (Foreign Policy) How Burmese rebels are waging war on the opium industry

Guy Martin—Panos
Guy Martin—Panos

Guy Martin: City of Dreams (Wired Raw File) Turkish soap operas and social unrest collide in surreal photos

Sergey Ponomarev: A Change in Atmosphere in Central Syria (New York Times) Relative calm in parts of Syria is deceptive

Monique Jaques: Female in Gaza (New York Times) Series on women of Gaza

Carl de Keyzer—Magnum
Carl de Keyzer—Magnum

Carl de Keyzer: To Be 20 Years Old in Rwanda (Le Monde) Photos of the country’s youth

David Guttenfelder: Rwanda: The Art of Remembering and Forgetting (National Geographic News) Two decades after the genocide, Rwandans navigate the way forward

William Daniels—Panos for Al Jazeera America
William Daniels—Panos for Al Jazeera America

William Daniels: Trapped in a nightmare in Central African Republic (Al Jazeera America) As the Central African Republic falls into barbaric violence between the country’s Christians and Muslims,23,000 refugees — traumatized, malnourished and dying — remain stuck in the town of Boda

Michaël Zumstein: Central African Republic spirals into chaos (MSNBC) Zumstein has been covering the growing crisis in C.A.R. since September 2013

Bieke Depoorter: After the Revolution: Interior Lives in Egypt (LightBox) Depoorter, a photographer based in Belgium, has found a way to uniquely document everyday Egyptian life

Dina Oganova: Faces of Georgia (The New Yorker’s Photo Booth) A selection from “I am Georgia,” an ongoing project that Oganova began in 2007.

Mauricio Lima: Russia’s Supporters Pile High the Barricades in East Ukraine (New York Times)

Manu Brabo: Crimea’s Self-Defence Force (Al Jazeera) Pro-Russian units say they are maintaining order in the breakaway region, but they have been accused of abuses.

Guillaume Herbaut: Return of the Cossacks (Paris Match L’Instant) Ukraine

William Albert Allard—National Geographic
William Albert Allard—National Geographic

William Albert Allard: Love and Loss on the Seine (National Geographic) The river is a lure for romantics, tourists, sunbathers, anglers, psychiatric patients—le tout Paris | From the May issue of National Geographic magazine

Angelos Tzortzinis: No Easy Comeback (New York Times) Economic struggles continue in Greece

Matt Black
Matt Black

Matt Black: The Geography of Poverty (Project website) Rural California

Christopher Payne: Isle of No Man (New York Times magazine) Photo from Payne’s book, North Brother Island: The Last Unknown Place in New York City

Megan Miller: Bitcoin (Wired Raw File blog) Photographer dives into the strange, subversive world of Bitcoin

Janet Jarman: Marisol: The American Dream (New York Times Lens blog) Jarman has followed Marisol from her childhood in Mexico to life as a young mother in the United States, making images that are educating teachers and doctors about the complexities of immigrant life

Amnon Gutman
Amnon Gutman

Amnon Gutman: Interrupting violence in Brooklyn (MSNBC) Outreach workers trying to reduce violence in the borough

Benedict Evans: A Place to Call Home (BKLYNR) Portraits of first generation Arab-Christian immigrants and their children in Brooklyn

Ilana Panich-Linsman: Growing up in beauty pageants (CNN Photo blog) An inside look at the real life of a preteen beauty queen.

An-Sofie Kesteleyn: My Little Rifle (New York Times Lens blog) The world of real guns for real kids

Edward Burtynsky: Water (Wired Raw File) Photos expose mankind’s uneasy relationship with water

Todd Heisler: A Journey North, From Farther South (New York Times) Hoping for asylum, migrants strain U.S. border

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

Daniel Berehulak: Grand Visions Fizzle in Brazil (New York Times) An array of lavish projects conceived when economic growth was surging now stand abandoned, stalled or wildly over budget.

Natalie Keyssar: In Venezuela, Youths Form the Backbone of Protests (Wall Street Journal)