Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Maxim Dondyuk‘s work on tuberculosis in Ukraine. While not recent, they have been newly published on Paris Match‘s photo blog. Ukraine is designated as one of 18 “high-priority countries” by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, with some 42,000 absolute cases in 2012. The photographs, made in prison and hospital wards in the eastern region, powerfully illustrate the country’s battle with the disease and make it hard to imagine how things could improve as the brutal civil war rages.
Peter Nicholls: Hunger amid tragedy for South Sudan refugees (Al Jazeera) These photographs draw attention to the plight of South Sudanese refugees in neighboring Ethiopia.
various photographers: Snapshots of Veteran Life Across America (Time.com) TIME collaborated with the Everyday USA photo collective to document veterans stories from all over America.
John G. Morris (CNN) The legendary photo editor speculates on alleged new information regarding the Robert Capa’s famous D-Day pictures.
War photographer Jason Howe’s battle with PTSD (The Telegraph) Sober portrait of a photographer processing years spent on the front lines. Text by Jessica Salter. Video by James Arthur Allen.
First Hassleblad camera in space to be auctioned by NASA (The Washington Post Insight) The fascinating tale of the first Hasselblad in space in 1962, the same brand used on the first moon mission seven years later.
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.