July 24, 2016 / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Mark Johnson, Mark Hoffman
From 6,000 miles away, Tarif Bakdash tries to heal victims of the Syrian civil war.
A 44-year-old father of five recounts during a clinic session in March with social worker Stacey Volkman (left) and Syrian-born pediatric neurologist Tarif Bakdash the seven months of torture he endured in Syria. Image by Mark Hoffman. Jordan, 2016.
July 24, 2016 / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Mark Johnson, Mark Hoffman
In Jordan, Wisconsin medical team treats refugees who have survived bombing and torture.
Zaatari camp
July 24, 2016 / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Mark Johnson, Mark Hoffman
A medical team from Wisconsin crosses the globe to help at a camp of 80,000 refugees in Jordan.
July 17, 2016 / Untold Stories
Jon Cohen
The "Ending AIDS" project covers efforts to end AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa and the United States, focusing on South Africa, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, Kenya, San Francisco, New York and Atlanta. This...
July 17, 2016 / Untold Stories
Aditi Kantipuly
Globally, 3 million HIV patients have experienced ocular complications. Yet, a reference to CMV retinitis, an opportunistic infection responsible for more than 90 percent of cases of AIDS-related...
Armed guards stand watch outside of the Basilica of Santa Maria, one of the oldest churches in Rome. After the terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels, soldiers have been stationed all over the city in tourist-centric areas: in front of government buildings, piazzas and even university campuses. Image by Amanda Ulrich. Italy, 2016.
July 17, 2016 / Untold Stories
Amanda Ulrich
Refugees who make it to Rome are entering an environment they weren’t necessarily expecting: one that’s heavily polarized politically and full of distrust.
Chinko ranger
July 12, 2016 / Virginia Quarterly Review
Elliott Woods
In the ungoverned wilds of the Central African Republic, a group of young conservationists uses every resource it can muster—from technology to armed confrontation—to protect a vital habitat.
Burning drugs
July 12, 2016 / VICE News
Simeon Tegel
Paraguay is the largest marijuana producing nation in South America, and it's government is fighting an old school war to stop the cultivation, sparking corruption and human rights abuses.
Kazansky Station
July 11, 2016 / The Guardian
Joseph Schottenfeld, George Butler
Each week, thousands of men take a four-day rail journey from Tajikistan to Moscow in search of employment.
Maria Ivanova
July 5, 2016 / Hromadske
Misha Friedman
Photo essay about women on new Ukrainian police force.
Gary Nelson
July 3, 2016 / Smithsonian
Daniella Zalcman
Photographer Daniella Zalcman explores how native populations had a new nation foisted upon them
Greek authorities vowed to move the people to other camps
July 3, 2016 / PRI's The World
Jeanne Carstensen, Jodi Hilton
On the first night of Ramadan, residents of the informal tent camp at Piraeus port in Athens line up for special meals to break their fast.
Patients with chest injuries strengthen their lung capacity with water bottles in the physical therapy room at the Emergency hospital in Lashkar Gah, Afghanistan. Image by Paula Bronstein. Afghanistan, 2015.
June 29, 2016 / Time
Paula Bronstein
Paula Bronstein documents the heavy price paid by civilians in Afghanistan's endless war.