In Sight: These opulent villas are 50 miles from the Islamic State’s front line in Mosul

A Russian photojournalist selects powerful images about Africa made by his Italian colleague; ‘War can feel distant at times like that, but it can also feel never-ending’: Ashley Gilbertson’s photographs of bombing sites in Nigeria; In case you missed it: This is winter life on a cold Canadian island; ‘I buried my negatives in the ground in order that there should be some record of our tragedy.’ The photographs of Henryk Ross.;
 
In Sight
A curated view of your world in photographs
 
 
These opulent villas are 50 miles from the Islamic State’s front line in Mosul
Spread in rows like little ornate white boxes, these are the homes of Dream City.
A Russian photojournalist selects powerful images about Africa made by his Italian colleague
PHOTOGRAPHERS edit PHOTOGRAPHERS: Francesco Zizola spent years covering the suffering of African people and the route across the Mediterranean Sea by those seeking refuge in Europe. Yuri Kozyrev selects work from his archive.
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‘War can feel distant at times like that, but it can also feel never-ending’: Ashley Gilbertson’s photographs of bombing sites in Nigeria
The insurgent group Boko Haram has increasingly victimized children as suicide bombers. Ashley Gilbertson traveled to sites of these bombings to photograph the daily life that is disrupted by these tragedies.
 
In Case You Missed It
This is winter life on a cold Canadian island
The ups, downs and icy in-betweens of the life and character of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
 
‘I buried my negatives in the ground in order that there should be some record of our tragedy.’ The photographs of Henryk Ross.
At great personal danger, Ross documented the cruel truth of life under Nazi rule.
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