Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Tim Hussin‘s work from the indigenous community of Potosí, Bolivia. The pictures taken in and around Cerro Rico, a mountain that once held vast supplies of minerals, including silver, are a few years old but have been presented anew as a full multimedia experience that includes his notes and striking video portraits. From life underground to a wedding to a young miner’s funeral, Hussin captures the reality of life and death by “the mountain that eats men.”
James Nachtwey: Life After War (TIME LightBox) Photographs of the determination of American combat veterans and wounded soldiers recovering at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland.
Erin Trieb: Liberating a village formerly controlled by the Islamic State (The Washington Post InSight) Scenes of Kurdish troops battling ISIS in northern Iraq.
Kieran Dodds: Scottish Club Hamilton Academical Combines Soccer and Sobriety (The New York Times) This small Scottish soccer club near Glasgow plays a big role in its local community.
James Hill: Somewhere Between War and Peace (The Atlantic) An adapted excerpt from the photographer’s new book.
Anastasia Taylor-Lind (TED blog) One of this year’s TED Fellows interviewed about her Ukraine work and why she became a photojournalist.
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.