Hungary's Toxic Flood: Memories in Red

On Oct. 4, 2010, the northwest corner of the dam at the No. 10 reservoir of the Ajka alumina plant collapsed, flooding the nearby towns of Kolontar and Devecser with 35 million cubic feet of red mud. The mud is a waste product of the process by which bauxite is refined into alumina, a form of aluminium oxide. As a result of the spill, 10 people were killed, more than 100 injured, and many left homeless. Six months later, nearby residents remain uncertain of their safety.

Kastelypark: Ravaged by Red Mud

When the Ajka alumina plant reservoir was breached and toxic red mud flooded the region in 2010, it destroyed not only people's lives, but full ecosystems.Kastelypark forest serves as a grim reminder.

Toxic Red Flood

The lives of the citizens of Ajka were turned upside down October 4th, 2010 when the dam of an alumina plant reservoir collapsed, unleashing a flood of red alkaline sludge.

The Deadliest Village in Russia

At the front line in Russia's war on terrorism, it's a war not just of bullets and bombs, but of ideas; and it's a war the Kremlin appears to be losing.

The Chaplain's Closet

Many of the wounded who come to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center arrive with nothing but whatever they happen to be wearing.

The Wounded in Transit

Germany's Landstuhl Regional Medical Center is the first destination for American troops wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.

A Second Chance on Life

The lowest donor country in the Eurotransplant network, Germany's growing percentage of organ donations comes from unlikely sources.

Photographs on the Façade

On mothers Day in Norway the NGO Congo Women projected a multimedia piece, including images by Marcus Bleasdale, on the facade of the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, Norway.

The Spanish Prisoner

Human egg donors in Spain are predominantly immigrant women with few other legal options for making money.