Topic: War

Riccardo Gangale
The Backstory

A Fixer in Need: Good News from The Pastor

Pastor Marrion P’Udongo worked as a fixer with just about every journalist who passed through Congo, and spent years guiding photographers through displacement camps, firefights, and into the homes of people who’d been raped and assaulted. The Pastor needed help, and the world responded. An update on his condition after a kidney transplant.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for the Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund
Photo Essay

Dispatch from Yemen: Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev

TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev documents life in Yemen during a critical time in the country’s history.

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Marcus Bleasdale—VII
The Backstory

A Fixer In Need

As journalists and photographers, we all fill with pride when we see our byline printed on the page. But never does the reader see the names of the fixers who make it all happen. Now one of these fixers is in need.

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Martyr cemetery in Tripoli
Photo Essay

Theater of War: Photographs by Christopher Morris

TIME photographer Christopher Morris documents what Libyan government minders have orchestrated, and beyond, capturing the subtleties of a closely watched society at war with itself.

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Kill Team
The Backstory

The Trophy Shot

The photographs taken by the “Kill Team” are shocking but “trophy shots” have existed since cameras went to war.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
In Progress

Dispatch from Libya: Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev

Updated March 31, 2011
TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev photographs the ongoing battle between rebels and Gaddafi forces in eastern Libya.

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Eugene Richards
Out There

War Becomes Personal: Interview with Eugene Richards on Capturing the Aftermath of the Iraq War

The book War Is Personal is an unflinching look into fifteen lives forever altered by the war in Iraq. Watch an interview with the author here.

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US Army soldier Jones practices his golf swing while at the main firebase in the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan.
Profile

Infidel: Tim Hetherington Examines the Lives of Men Fighting In Afghanistan

Check out our video interview with the photographer and Oscar nominated filmmaker on his latest book Infidel.

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Trevor Paglen
Profile

Photographing the Invisible World of the Military: Interview with Trevor Paglen

Trevor Paglen discusses his book Invisible, a photographic effort to uncover covert military operations and classified intelligence organizations.

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Adam Ferguson—VII Network for TIME
The Backstory

Witness to a Civilian Casualty

While on assignment in Afghanistan, photographer Adam Ferguson documents the unintentional killing of an Afghan girl in a U.S.-fired mortar strike. Ferguson, who was wearing an audio recorder strapped around his neck, also captured startling sounds of war amid the tragic aftermath.

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