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  • Tourists on a boat on Lake Tana set off from Bahir Dar, the capital of the Amhara region in Ethiopia
  • Fatma Rajab Sakr, a 32-year-old mother from Damascus, began working in Classic Apparel's factory inside the Al Hassan Industrial Complex in January. She is now able to support her daughter with her income from the factory.
  • Mohammad Amr, 25, is one of only a handful of Syrians working at the Classic Fashion factory in the Al Hassan Industrial Complex in Amman
  • Mohammad Amr, a 25-year-old from Daraa, is one of only a handful of Syrians working at the Classic Fashion factory in the Al Hassan Industrial Complex in Amman
  • Nature is starting to take over the resettlement village
  • Vehicle of the New Liberty Gold mine project with the logo of the company created by Taylor's close ally
  • Residents of Lu Jia outside their new apartments 20 years after they were relocated from disaster-prone areas
    Residents of Lu Jia outside their new apartments, 20 years after they were relocated from disaster-prone areas
  • A camp near Sittwe, Myanmar, for Rohingya displaced by violence in 2012
    A camp near Sittwe, Myanmar, for Rohingya displaced by violence in 2012
  • A camp in Pawktaw, Myanmar, for Rohingya displaced by violence in 2012
    A camp in Pawktaw, Myanmar, for Rohingya displaced by violence in 2012
  • A statue of 19th-century Ethiopian Emperor Tewodros—a legend to many Amhara—dominates the piazza area in the centre of the city of Gondar, in Ethiopia's northern Amhara region
  • Outskirts of the city of Gondar, in the northern Ethiopian Amhara region
  • Ahmad Yassin Hamood, 28, successfully applied for a work permit through his employer at a nut roastery in Amman last summer
  • Ahmad Yassin Hamood, 28, applied for a work permit through his employer at a nut roastery in Amman last summer
  • An Eritrean migrant newly arrived in Ethiopia shows the little money he has left
    Paying smugglers to escape Eritrea leaves many migrants with little money left over
  • Luel Abera, reception coordinator at the Adinbried entry point, keeping track of the number of Eritrean arrivals.
    Luel Abera keeps track of new arrivals
  • A boy looks over from a clifftop in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia
    The harsh landscape of northern Ethiopia's Tigray region
  • Malik Anwar Zeb, a tribal elder in Pashat village in Bajaur Agency, holds a meeting to discuss the Pakistan government's proposed reforms for the FATA region
    Malik Anwar Zeb, a tribal elder in Pashat village in Bajaur Agency, holds a meeting to discuss the government's proposed reforms for the FATA region
  • Children studying in an open air school in the town of Mamund
    Children studying in an open air school in the town of Mamund
  • Malik Ghulam Rasul Khan, a tribal elder in Pakistan's Bajaur Agency
  • Soldiers in Pakistan's FATA region, in March 2017, where they've been fighting to eliminate militant groups
    Soldiers in Pakistan's FATA region, in March 2017, where they've been fighting to eliminate militant groups
  • Serdé Ranodio and his children stand in front of the family's hurricane-damaged home in Coteaux
  • Carnival celebrations fill the streets of Les Cayes with much-needed colour and festive spirits
  • The ruins of a church destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in the small fishing town of Saint Pierre du Coteaux
  • Five months after Hurricane Matthew, Coteaux's beach is still littered with rotting palm trees and debris
  • Men from west Mosul are searched as they arrive at an army checkpoint

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