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Feb 21, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
Billy Graham - one of the most influential preachers of the 20th Century - has died aged 99. Graham became one of the best-known promoters of Christianity, beginning his worldwide mission in large arenas in 1954. In a 60-year career, he is estimated to have personally preached to 210 million people and reached millions more through TV.

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Feb 6, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
Abu Dis is a suburb east of Jerusalem separated from the Holy City by an 8 meters tall wall. The idea of giving it to the Palestinians to use as their capital has been around since the 1993 Oslo Accords, and Donald Trump is rumored to be the latest to support the project, hoping that it will allow him to strike the “deal of the century”. On the other hand, Palestinians claim they will settle for nothing... More...
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Feb 6, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
The Têt Offensive launched on January 1968, by forces of the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese People's Army of Vietnam against the forces of the South Vietnamese Army of the Republic of Vietnam, the United States Armed Forces, and their allies, turned the tide of the Vietnam War. While the American public had been led to believe that the North Vietnamese had been defeated, this large military operation... More...
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Jan 23, 2018
by Magnum Photographers
Winter sports from the Magnum archive.

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Jan 23, 2018
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France's most celebrated chef Paul Bocuse has died at the age of 91, after suffering from Parkinson's disease for several years. Bocuse rose to fame in the 1970s as a proponent of "nouvelle cuisine", a healthier form of cooking. Bocuse's restaurant, L'Auberge du Pont de Collonges, has had three Michelin stars since 1965 and he was named "chef of the century" by Michelin's rival guide, the Gault-Millau,... More...
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Jan 23, 2018
by Gerda Taro © International Center of Photography
Garda Taro (born Gerta Pohorylle) is often considered the first female war photographer. Born in 1910 to a Polish-Jewish family living in Germany, she was an active anti-fascist who fled the Nazi regime. Within a year of relocating to Paris, she met Endre Friedmann, who would later change his name to Robert Capa. They fell in love and upon the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War decided to go cover the... More...
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Jan 23, 2018
by Mark Power
On January 15th 2018, Airbus announced the company might stop the production of its flagship product, the A380 superjumbo, in the coming months if it was not able to confirm new sales.
A new order of 36 A380 air carriers by Emirates air company on Jan 18, 2018 put this threat on hold.

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