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Jul 10, 2018
by Chris Steele-Perkins
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigned on July 9. He becomes the third minister preferring to leave the British government in the last 24 hours, rather than supporting Theresa May’s plans for a soft Brexit, increasing the Prime Minister's legitimacy crisis.

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Jul 10, 2018
by Moises Saman
In late-March North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited Chinese President Xi Jinping and as of early-April, is scheduled to soon meet with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and in May, with President Trump. Kim has also said that he’s open to discussions concerning denuclearization. Analysts see this activity as a strategy to convince the UN to remove economic sanctions. In addition, cordial relations... More...
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Jul 10, 2018
by Claude Oztenberger
French film director Claude Lanzmann died on July 5, 2018 aged 92. Filmmaker, writer, journalist and philosopher, Claude Lanzmann will notably be remembered for directing Shoah, an epic documentary film almost ten hours long featuring the testimonies of Holocaust survivors. Lanzmann lived with Sartre’s longtime companion Simone de Beauvoir from 1952-1959 and was chief editor of Les Temps Modernes from... More...
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Jul 3, 2018
by Burt Glinn
This magnificent book features a remarkable collection of largely unseen photographs of the Beat Generation by renowned Magnum photographer Burt Glinn. This amazing, untouched treasure trove of images was discovered when R|A|P was working with Burt Glinn’s widow, Elena, on a larger retrospective of Glinn’s work. The book features black and white shots, and also over 70 images in colour: an extremely... More...
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Jul 3, 2018
by Cristina Garcia Rodero
Thousands of people took to the streets of Paris for the annual Pride Parade on Saturday in support of LGBT rights. Despite fears that recent homophobic attacks in the French capital would overshadow the event, the march found its way through the French capital under the traditional rainbow colours of the LGBT community.

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Jul 3, 2018
by Sohrab Hura
‘Be careful’, my father had written to me, ‘It’s supposed to be unsafe out there’, words interspersed with photographs from the cargo ship that he was working on as he made his way up the Mississippi river to the port right outside New Orleans. The immigration rules did not allow him to step on American soil and he had no choice but to remain on his ship. His short-lived glimpse of the country had... More...
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Jul 3, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
The political crisis in Nicaragua has resulted in over 200 deaths in two months of protests and ongoing talks between Daniel Ortega's government and the opposition have collapsed. The popular Sandinista revolutionary movement, led by Ortega, of the 1970s is in danger of staining the legacy. Susan Meiselas produced the seminal photo essays on the Sandinista revolution and the later years.

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