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By Sebastian Rich
Luny, 14, is one of the lucky ones. He was recently released from an armed group in South Sudan, where he spent three years of his young life.
By Larisa Epatko
People trekked to ancient villages and medieval ruins to view and photograph the Perseid meteor shower in the wee hours of Friday. This year's display produced more bright streaks in the nighttime sky than in years past.
By Lisa Desjardins
Outside the Republican National Convention, in downtown Cleveland's Public Square, it was a swirl of humanity as protesters and supporters alike made their case about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
As one of the worst droughts ever recorded in Southern and Eastern Africa continues, photojournalist Sebastian Rich has been documenting the desperate lives of the most vulnerable affected in Malawi and Mozambique for UNICEF. View a collection of his photos.
It was August 2004, and the Iraq war was about a year old. Fighting was intense in Sadr City, a suburb of Baghdad. NPR photojournalist David Gilkey was embedded with the troops. His photos captured a firefight and the anguish…
At concerts, camera phones have replaced cigarette lighters to show audience appreciation. Here are five tricks of the trade by a professional concert photographer.
WASHINGTON -- In 1980, a nightclub opened in Washington, D.C., away from the tourists' Candie's sandals and Polaroid cameras, and among the bail bondsmen and porn shops.
By Mia Collis
The Kenya Wildlife Service burned the largest stash of elephant tusks and rhino horns ever assembled in one place on Saturday. It was an effort to eliminate the prized but illegal ivory from the market.
By Corinne Segal
Jeanne Selander had never worked in a jail before she came to save the zoo at the Stock Island Detention Center in Key West.
Severe droughts are stifling Somalia and forecasts of little rain this year will make things worse, particularly in northern Somalia where people are dependent on livestock for food, the United Nations recently said.
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