Indonesian Marines with U.S. Army interpreter, Pohakuloa training area, Hawaii, 2012.
Indonesian Marines with U.S. Army interpreter, Pohakuloa training area, Hawaii, 2012.An-My Lê
Indonesian Marines with U.S. Army interpreter, Pohakuloa training area, Hawaii, 2012.
Migrants wait in line for clothes distribution in Calais, France, Oct. 8, 2014. Resentment and fear have swept the city in the last year, along with a new wave of migrants hoping to cross illegally into Britain, which they see as a better place than France to start a new life.
Uighur pop star Ablajan performs on stage with his dancers at rehearsals for a planned live webcast concert scheduled for that afternoon in Urumqi, China on July 31, 2014.
A member of the burial team removes a woman who had died the night before in an Ebola clinic in West Point, Monrovia, Liberia.
Two Afghan girls play with an artificial hand, south of Kabul.
Indonesian Marines with U.S. Army interpreter, Pohakuloa training area, Hawaii, 2012.
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Photojournalism Daily: Oct. 28, 2014

Oct 28, 2014

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights the work of photographer An-My Lê in the new book on the American military, Events Ashore. The carefully composed, unexpectedly beautiful large format pictures, made in more than twenty countries over a decade, capture the U.S. armed forces in non-combat activities, from training exercises to humanitarian and scientific missions. The entire body of work explores the role of the military beyond war.

An-My Lê: Events Ashore (The New Yorker Photo Booth)

Marlene Awaad: In Calais, Resentment and Fear Amid Influx of Migrants (The New York Times) Compelling photographs on the plight of migrants in the northern France town.

Adam Dean: Uighur Pop Star Ablajan (Time.com) Photographs of an unlikely pop star in China's restive Xinjiang.

Eyewitness to Hell: Life in Ebola-Ravaged Liberia (Mashable) Photographer Kieran Kesner writes about his assignment covering the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.

Moises Saman: Content Moderation (Wired) Picturing Filipino workers moderating American social networking sites

Life in War, Afghanistan - in pictures (The Guardian) Majid Saeedi's Afghanistan work, recently published as a book by FotoEvidence, is worth another look.

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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