VII photographer Franco Pagetti gives an intimate look at the daily lives of women living in a prison in Bogotá, Colombia.
After years of covering the war in Iraq, VII photographer Ashley Gilbertson shares his perspective on the toll that war takes on soldiers, their families, the country and himself as a journalist.
Across the globe, 1.4 billion people live without electricity. VII photographer Peter DiCampo looks at the problems and solutions of “energy poverty” as he shares stories of life in the dark.
Writer Beth Macy tells the story of former U.S. poet laureate Donald Hall, his life of poetry, loss and creation, and his thoughts on publishing his final book of poems.
Nigeria’s recent presidential election triggered massive post-election violence in the northern part of the country. VII photographer Benedicte Kurzen brings these photos and videos from the ground.
Photographer Eric Bouvet follows a group of elite French commandos embarking on a night mission in Afghanistan’s Kapisa Valley.
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.
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.
As protesters take to the streets, five VII photographers take a glimpse at Egypt under Mubarak’s rule.