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Jul 14, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
July 17th 2016 marks 80 years since the start of the Nationalist coup that lead to the Spanish Civil War.
The Spanish Civil War is often depicted as a premise to the Second World War, with civilians being targeted on a regular basis, as was the case in the Spanish town of Guernica.
European intellectuals were extremely concerned about the conflict, participating in the fight or documenting it, as... More...
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Jul 13, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
A collection of some of the world's most iconic protest pictures as documented by Magnum photographers. Covering a diverse range of protests from the Cultural Revolution, Anti-Vietnam War, Sharpeville, Iran, Northern Ireland, Arab Spring to the definitive Tank-Man picture in Beijing - Magnum photographers have been at the forefront of documenting protests for over 70 years.

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Jul 11, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
July 12th marks the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the month-long 2006 Lebanon War, fought between Israel and Hezbollah.

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Jul 11, 2016
by John Vink
Abdul Sattar Edhi, creator of the largest public welfare charity in Pakistan, passed away on Friday, July 8th. He will be honored with a state funeral.
Edhi ran a string of charities, ranging from orphanages, safe houses for women, mental institutions, identification services for deceased homeless and much more.

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Jul 10, 2016
by Leonard Freed
In 1962 Leonard Freed went to Berlin to shoot the wall being erected. There he saw an African American soldier standing in front of the wall and it struck him; that at home in the US, African Americans were struggling for civil rights, and here in Germany an African American soldier was ready to defend the USA.

This prompted a lengthy examination by Freed of the plight of the African Americans at... More...
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Jun 29, 2016
by Mark Power
Friday, July 1st marks the 100th anniversary of the bloody first day of the Battle of the Somme.

The British photographer Mark Power (1959) worked in Peacehaven, a small town on the south coast of England. founded in 1916 as part of the British government’s ‘homes fit for heroes’ campaign, it was hoped that this seaside arcadia would become a place where traumatized war veterans could
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Jun 13, 2016
by Magnum Photographers
The 2016 UEFA European Championship begins on June 10th. Staged every four years, 24 teams will be competing in France with the final being held on July 10th.
Here's a look at European football from the Magnum archive.

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