Today's daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights José Colón's powerful work on African migrants trying to reach Spain's North African enclave of Melilla. The photographs intimately capture the hopefuls' desperate and dangerous attempts to bypass the barriers that separate the European territory from Morocco, and some show what they encounter if they manage to cross. They risk everything to seek asylum, work opportunities or just a better life. But in reality, they are often detained and can be sent back.
Lorenzo Tugnoli: The Little Book of Kabul (TIME LightBox) Beautiful black-and-white photographs show a less seen side of Afghanistan: its artists.
Warrick Page: Iraqi Christian Refugees in Jordan (The New York Times) Christians from Mosul find refuge in a church in Amman.
Douglas Ljungkvist: Everywhere, USA (MSNBC) Fascinating, slightly off-beat look at small town America, through a collection of photographs from places sharing the name Middletown across the country.
Guillermo Cervera: A 300 Mile Conversation About War (American Photo) Coinciding with his first solo exhibition in New York, the photographer stars in Sebastian Junger’s new documentary, The Last Patrol.
Alex Ogle (CNN) The Hong Kong-based AFP photojournalist talks about his photographs from the pro-democracy protests.
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.