Photojournalism Daily: Nov. 10, 2014

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Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Tomas Munita’s extraordinary work on the plight of Myanmar’s Rohingya minority, which are mostly Muslim and face discrimination from the country’s Buddhist majority. Munita’s photographs from the Rakhine state capture the sordid conditions that some of the more than 100,000 Rohingya encounter in camps. It is a desperate existence, which many now try to flee by sea, in search of a better life.

Tomas Munita: Bleak Existence for Myanmar’s Rohingya Minority (The New York Times)

Chris McGrath: Supertyphoon Haiyan: See Photos of Tacloban Then and Now ( The Getty photographer, who won a World Press Photo award for his Typhoon Hiyan coverage last year, returned to the Philippines for the one-year anniversary.

Kai Wiedenhöfer: Confrontier (TIME LightBox) The German photographer spent seven years documenting the world’s major dividing walls. The stunning panoramic images appear to question the necessity of the very things they depict.

Jeff Jacobson: In the Path of the Pipeline (Politico Magazine) Photographs offer a glimpse to the path of the proposed, controversial Keystone pipeline in Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota.

William Klein (The Guardian) The Paris based, American photographer legend talks about his career to coincide with the release of new work, done on commission for Sony.

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.

A camp full of Rohingya refugees on the edge of Sittwe, Myanmar.
From the series: Bleak Existence for Myanmar’s Rohingya MinorityA camp full of Rohingya refugees on the edge of Sittwe, Myanmar, Oct. 18, 2014. Tomas Munita—The New York Times/Redux
Views Of Tacloban 1 Year After Typhoon Haiyan Devastation
From the series: Supertyphoon Haiyan : See Photos of Tacloban Then and Now Before: A general view of the destroyed coastline in Tacloban City on Nov. 17, 2013 in Leyte, Philippines.After: View overlooking Magallanes district one year after Typhoon Haiyan on Nov. 4, 2014.Chris McGrath—Getty Images
A piece of wall under construction in the Jerusalem neighbourhood of Abu Dis at night. 
Occupied Palestinian Territories, March 2004.
From TIME LightBox post: From Belfast to Baghdad, See the World’s Dividing WallsAbu Dis, Jerusalem, 2004.Kai Wiedenhöfer

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