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Jun 13, 2018
by Martin Parr
The Grand National horse race has been held annually at Aintree Racecourse since 1839. Martin Parr attended on Ladies Day 2018.

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Jun 12, 2018
by Larry Towell
In February, 2018, Larry Towell travelled to Ukraine to witness the fourth anniversary of the Euromaidan uprising and memorials for the approximately 100 persons who died in the 2014 clashes.
From Kiev he travelled to the Donbass region in the east bordering the separatist republics of Donetsk and Luhansk where he found derelict Soviet summer camps for youth, abandoned coal mines surrounded by depopulating... More...
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Jun 12, 2018
by Jerome Sessini
“The heroin doesn’t discriminate… poor, rich, women, men, black or white, for all it’s the same hell.”
I met Kay (not her real name) in the first LGBT “Sober House” in Cleveland. The house, a sanctuary for recovering drug addicts was opened back in July 2017 by Tony Correa, a former user himself. Those who come to the house have to quit using drugs altogether, it’s a space where they can get away from... More...
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Jun 12, 2018
by Carl De Keyzer
The unprecedented summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and U.S. President Donald Trump will finally take place on 12th June in Singapore. As one of the world’s last communist states, North Korea is also rated as one of the most restrictive. Carl De Keyzer is one of the very few photographers who has had almost-unlimited access to North Korea, allowing him to shoot exclusive images in very... More...
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Jun 6, 2018
by Martin Parr
The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is perhaps the most famous flower and landscape garden show in World. Taking place in May every year, the show attracts thousands of visitors and counts the Royal Family amongst it’s guests. Martin Parr attended Chelsea Flower Show 2018 over two days.

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Jun 5, 2018
by Paolo Pellegrin
According to figures released by the French Ministry of Justice, in 2018 France is facing an unprecedented number of inmates in the history of its penitentiary system.
This surge is explained exclusively by the increase of pretrial detentions and short sentences, and it runs up against the capacity of the French penitentiary structures.

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May 30, 2018
by Carolyn Drake
Great Salt Lake, located in northern Utah, is the western hemisphere’s largest salt water lake.
The lake’s water level has dropped almost 50% since the mid 19th century and with the decrease in volume, the salinity levels have increased - water in the north part of the lake is eight times saltier than the ocean. An important stop for migrating birds, both ecologists and hunters are worried that the... More...
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