Photos by Martin Mejia Renato Nunez was looking for a fight after drinking seven bottles of beer with his friends.
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Photos by Ramón Espinosa Up a winding flight of stairs at a beachside Havana home, Camila Lopez Rivas lies on the tile floor, smiling mischievously into a video camera circling overhead.
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Photos by Felipe Dana In the early weeks of Angelica Pereira’s pregnancy, a mosquito bite began bothering her.
Photos by Charles Krupa It takes a strict routine and a lot of help to raise a family of special-needs children. Few know this better than Eric and Dennis Volz-Benoit, who have five.
This year’s coverage of entertainment stories offers an up-close view of celebrity portraits, film festivals, concerts, and the industry’s biggest award shows.
Photos by Hatem Moussa The Shati refugee camp in Gaza City has always been a symbol of poverty, a grey concrete jungle with 87,000 people packed into half a square kilometer, or about one fifth of a square mile.
Photos by Muhammed Muheisen The Qasus do not normally cry, but this felt nothing like normal.
Photos by Juan Karita At first glance, the indigenous Bolivian women don’t look much like mountain climbers, with their colorful, multilayered skirts and fringed shawls.
Photos by Jae C. Hong It’s not just a junkyard — or even a really big junkyard — but a living, breathing monument to Los Angeles pop culture. And now it’s headed for the dustbin of history itself.
Anyone hoping that Greece might finally have a quiet year was quickly disappointed in 2015.
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Photos by Wally Santana This is not your father’s lightsaber, Luke.
Europe in 2015 witnessed the greatest movement of people since World War II, as desperate refugees fleeing Middle East violence arrived by the hundreds of thousands on its shores.
Photos by Felipe Dana It’s the same prison — but the different wings are worlds apart.