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When 33-year-old photojournalist Enri Canaj returned to his Albanian homeland with his wife he was struck by the strong family ties that serve as the foundation for the social system that many Albanians have lived their lives by since the 15th century. This social code is known as the Kanun.
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In Northern Mali, photographer Ferhat Bouda chronicles the complex, confusing conflict that has entangled al Qaeda-linked jihadists, the Malian army, French-led international forces and the Tuaregs, an indigenous group that has been fighting for independence in the region for decades.
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Guia Besana explores the modern woman's battle with perfectionism in her photo series, “Under Pressure.” Taken in Paris, the images are meant to depict different conditions that many women feel regarding their traditional and contemporary roles in society, including competition at work and the pressure to look “good.”
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Following her book, “Somerset Stories Fivepenny Dreams,” photographer Venetia Dearden returned to her childhood home of Somerset, nestled in the English countryside three hours from London to photograph more quiet moments of everyday life.
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Robert Capa is recognized for his extensive coverage of war and conflict during his relatively short photographic life. Through his friendships with many actors, Capa photographed Ingrid Bergman, Humphrey Bogart, Orson Welles, and John Huston, among others, in intimate moments on European film sets.
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On June 17, 1990, four months after being released from his prison cell in South Africa, Nelson Mandela found himself in a portrait session with renowned photographer Yousuf Karsh. Mandela was one of 15,312 people photographed by Karsh during his career.
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Earlier this year, photographers Alessandro Cosmelli and Gaia Light joined actors in Bedford, Pennsylvania, where a nearby abandoned village served as the backdrop for an Elbe Day re-enactment. Elba Day took place on April 25, 1945, shortly before the fall of Berlin and the end of World War II.
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Recent history has not been kind to the Ashaninka, the largest indigenous group in the Amazon rainforest. Through the years, its people been displaced, enslaved and even killed. Even today, their lands are at risk. But they continue to endure.