CAR Along Religious Lines
The Human Rights Watch: The Unravelling – Journey Through The Central African Republic CrisisDisplaced people find shelter in a disused factory at the Christian mission in Bossangoa, Central African Republic on Nov. 2, 2013.Marcus Bleasdale—VII
CAR Along Religious Lines
A U.S. soldier from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment waits for a CH-47 Chinook helicopter from the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade to land after an advising mission at the Afghan National Army headquarters for the 203rd Corps in the Paktia province of Afghanistan Dec. 21, 2014.
Abu Hisham Abdel Karim loads a taxi with his belongings in the Khalidieh district of Homs, Syria, which had been destroyed by fighting.
BASRA, IRAQ - MAY 26: An Iraqi woman walks through a plume of smoke rising from a massive fire at a liquid gas factory as she searches for her husband in the vicinity of the fire in Basra, Iraq, May 26, 2003.  The fire was allegedly started by looters picking through the factory, and residents in the vicinity feared the explosion of the four liquid gas tanks on the premisis.  Weeks after the end of the war, looting continues to be one of the main problems for both Basra and Bagdad cities as coalition forces struggle to get life back to normal.  (Photo by Lynsey Addario/Getty Images Reportage)
Sunday on the banks of the river Marne. France. 1938.
The Human Rights Watch: The Unravelling – Journey Through The Central African Republic CrisisDisplaced people find shelt

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Photojournalism Daily: Jan. 6, 2015

Jan 06, 2015

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Marcus Bleasdale's work from Central African Republic for an in-depth account of the country's spiral into bloodshed by Peter Bouckaert of Human Rights Watch, with whom the photographer has covered the country since November 2013. The most recent conflict erupted after the now-disbanded Séléka coalition of Muslim rebels ousted the Christian president in early 2013 and began a vicious campaign of looting, torture and murder, mostly against non-Muslims. Two days of street violence in December 2013 left hundreds dead and shocked the global community into action, with French and African peacekeepers sent in to restore security. But the retaliation by armed militia groups known as anti-balaka bred even more death and, in many cases, targetted the Muslim minority, prompting an exodus into the eastern region and neighboring countries. Bleasdale's images provide an important and harrowing documentation of turmoil that has, in recent months, largely been ignored.

Marcus Bleasdale: The Unravelling - Journey Through The Central African Republic Crisis (Human Rights Watch)

Lucas Jackson: U.S. Military’s Last Days of Combat in Afghanistan ( The Reuters photographer documented the final days of the U.S.’s official combat campaign in the country

The Influencers: Lynsey Addario (American Photo) The magazine features Addario as one of the five most influential photographers of the last 25 years

2014 The Year in Pictures (The New York Times) See also the Lens blog article, Choosing the Pictures of the Year, in which photo editors Meagham Looram and Jeffrey Scales explain the thinking behind the selection

Cartier-Bresson's classic is back – but his Decisive Moment has passed (The Guardian) Sean O'Hagan writes somewhat critically about the re-printing of Cartier-Bresson's seminal book, six decades on

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