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  • A landscape of tents on a sandy mountain
  • A portrait of a young girl close up
  • A young boy in Afghanistan pours water
  • Two children walk in a completely dry, sandy mountain area in Afghanistan
  • Wahyu Triwandi and his friends lift a motorcycle stuck in the dirt in Petobo, a village near Palu in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, which was devastated by a 28 September 2018 earthquake.
  • Map showing Nigeria, Niger, and Libya with Kano, Agadez, Tummo, and Tripoli
  • The catering unit of the Christian Women Fellowship International, a cooking class that is taught by Oduwa.
  • Group of fashion students looking to instructor with fabric on a table.
    Fashion class ad Idia Renaissance.
  • Map of Sulawesi showing epicentres of earthquake
  • map of northern south america and the caribbean showing migration from venezuela
  • A beach scene with a vendor on a bike
    On Maracas beach local informal beach vendors have prevented Venezuelan migrants from selling products. More than 4,800 Venezuelans are seeking asylum in Trinidad and Tobago, but they don’t have the legal right to work.
  • Enrique Ceballos and his family wait at the Living Water Community Centre in Port of Spain, days after reaching Trinidad and Tobago. Ceballos is one of an estimated 40,000 Venezuelans now living in the Caribbean country.
  • Two life jackets abandoned by migrants in Greece.
    Two abandoned life jackets in Greece.
  • The river border between Turkey and Greece
    A deflated boat on the Greek side of the Evros river.
  • A fence with barbed wire next to a field of sunflowers.
    The fence is bolstered by thermal cameras. Farmers have special permission to continue to use their fields.
  • A group of Syrian and Iraqi refugees behind a fence
    A group of Syrian and Iraqi refugees, both families and unaccompanied minors, are housed together.
  • Ruhullah (far right), Muhamet (next to him), and several extended relatives in Erzurum.
  • Firoza holding a photo from her wedding night.
  • Khadija in her home in Erzurum.
  • Over 300 people are buried in the village of Sidiro, but just a few have tombstones.
  • A plastic boat caught in the trees of the Evros river.
  • Inside Alexandroupoli hospital.
  • Pavlos takes whatever items he can off each body, individually bagging and cataloguing each one.
  • The villagers in Sidiro built their own stone ghusl table to prepare the bodies before burial. Two locals use it to play.
  • The morgue can keep up to two dozen bodies at a time. Here, Pavlos stands in front of the last corpse to arrive in 2017.
  • Map of Myanmar and Bangladesh including Rohingya camps, the Rakhine state, as well as satellite damage zone per UNOSAT
    A military crackdown in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine State pushed more than 700,000 Rohingya into Bangladesh after 25 August 2017. Satellite imagery shows suspected damage to Rohingya villages in Myanmar, and expanding refugee camps in Bangladesh.
  • Rohingya women wait to be seen by a doctor at a clinic for pregnant women run by COAST, a local NGO.

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