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  • Rohingya refugee camp
    The crowded makeshift homes in Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee settlements spread out over flood-prone fields and slippery hillsides.
  • Hands around a cup of tea at a Kabul cafe
    Mohammad Elham drinks tea in a cafe in Kabul, Afghanistan. Germany deported Elham in early 2017 after rejecting his asylum request. The 36-year-old says he fears for his life because of his previous work with Afghanistan’s intelligence agency.
  • UN humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock in Geneva, December 2017
    UN humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock in Geneva, December 2017
  • School in Maminzo village, Pakistan
    Spread over 1.2 hectares of land, locals say the four-room schoolhouse in Maminzo village was first destroyed in 2005.
  • Hanif Ullah, a local education activist, inspects dust-covered desks and chairs at a shuttered school in Maminzo village, Pakistan.
    Hanif Ullah, a local education activist, inspects dust-covered desks and chairs at a shuttered school in Maminzo village.
  • People asleep on the street with suitcases in Colombia
    Many Venezuelans are short on cash, and they sleep on the streets while they make more money to go further into Colombia
  • Venezuelans cross the border into Colombia under a sign that reads "migracion"
    Every day thousands of Venezuelans walk into Cucuta Colombia, crossing a bridge that marks the border between both countries. Many decide not to return to their country
  • A Venezuelan migrant feeds her child
    A Venezuelan migrant feeds her child at the Divine Providence Dining Hall in Cucuta, Colombia. The Catholic charity is feeding around 1,000 venezuelans each day
  • A Venezuelan migrant feeds her child at the Divine Providence Dining Hall in Cucuta, Colombia. The Catholic charity is feeding around 1,000 venezuelans each day
  • Venezuelan immigrants line up for food at the Divine Providence Dining Hall in Cucuta, Colombia
  • JIM head Edmond Mulet briefs the Security Council
  • Physics students at Marib University
  • The six columned Queen of Sheba's throne is believed to have been a temple
  • A burial at Marib's war cemetery, several months before journalists visited
  • Demonstration in Bujumbura

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