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  Noir: A journey into the Afghan night

Photographer Eric Bouvet follows a group of elite French commandos embarking on a night mission in Afghanistan’s Kapisa Valley.

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VII Magazine: Chernobyl, 25 years later

Audio news reports and VII photographer Gary Knight’s images of the destroyed reactor pay tribute to the somber 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

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VII Magazine: The Rebels

In part two of a two-part series on Libya, VII photographer Franco Pagetti documents the Benghazi rebels’ struggle for victory.

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VII Magazine: The cult of Gadhafi

In part one of this two-part series on Libya, VII photographer Christopher Morris captures the faces of Moammar Gadhafi’s followers over the course of a month in Tripoli.

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VII Magazine: Revisiting Chernobyl

As Japan’s nuclear crisis intensifies, VII Magazine features Antonin Kratochvil’s haunting images and videos of the vast destruction caused by the 1986 disaster at Chernobyl.

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VII Magazine: Girls of the Lord’s Resistance Army

In the second in a series from VII photojournalist Marcus Bleasdale, a young Ugandan woman recounts being recruited as a child soldier at the age of 11, then forced into motherhood. Hear her story and see the photos at VII Magazine, a special Need to Know partnership.

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  The leaves keep falling

An intimate portrait of two Vietnamese families whose children are severely disabled from exposure to Agent Orange still left in the environment.

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Egypt erupts

Three VII photographers take an up-close look at the defiance and anger that has been pouring out into Egypt’s streets since the protests began on January 25.

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Egypt under Mubarak

As protesters take to the streets, five VII photographers take a glimpse at Egypt under Mubarak’s rule.

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