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  • Destroyed ambulance
    Two ambulances in Eastern Ghouta were destroyed in an airstrike earlier this month, while parked near a makeshift hospital
  • Abdon Choque Flores looks out over what remains of Lake Poopó
  • Ruined building block
  • Destruction: A painting by American artist Thomas Cole (1836)
    Destruction: A painting by American artist Thomas Cole (1836)
  • Militas in Iraq
  • Iraqis in a truck
  • Men sit in the desert
    Men are separated from their families so they can be screened for ties to IS
  • Child in desert
  • Syrian girls use tablets in Zaatari camp's "Ideas Box"
  • Displaced people from east Aleppo
  • IDPs southeast of Aleppo
  • Woman and child
    Syrian IDPs south of Aleppo are staying in collective shelters
  • The morning after the fire at Moria camp, refugees sift through the charred remains of their belongings
  • Helen Lima de Souza and her baby Maria Fernanda who was born with microcephaly
  • A system of barriers for security screening dominates an aid distribution point at the berm between Jordan and Syria
    A system of barriers for security screening dominates an aid distribution point at the berm between Jordan and Syria
  • Tourists trek through Solukhumbu District in the Everest region
    Tourists trek through Solukhumbu District in the Everest region
  • An early warning system installed in Phungithanka Village, which will receive an automated warning if there is a risk that the Imja Lake will overflow
    An early warning system installed in Phungithanka Village, which will receive an automated warning if there is a risk that the Imja Lake will overflow
  • Imja Lake has become one of the biggest glacial lakes due to glacial melt over the past few decades. It's now 1.28  square kilometres with a depth of 150 metres.
    Imja Lake has become one of the biggest glacial lakes due to glacial melt over the past few decades. It's now 1.28 square kilometres with a depth of 150 metres.
  • A young woman looks down to the town of Namche Bazaar, which is a gateway to the Everest region
  • The controlled exit channel built to lower the level of Imja Lake
    The controlled exit channel built to lower the level of Imja Lake
  • Buddhist monks perform a ceremony after a successful project to lower the level of the Imja Glacier Lake
    Buddhist monks perform a ceremony after a successful project to lower the level of the Imja Glacier Lake
  • A bombed out ambulance
  • Refugee students race each other in long multiplication on the blackboard at the 66th Middle School in Athens
  • Shezie and Ravina from Afghanistan chat as they settle in to English class
  • A group of Eritrean migrants are picked up by a local
  • A teacher holds a lesson in a makeshift school in Kashmir.
  • A malnutrition clinic in Sana'a
  • A malnutrition clinic in Sana'a
  • Families gather for another distribution of cash handouts.
  • Families receive small monthly cash transfers from the World Food Programme.
  • Approaching the militarised “red zone” towards the border with Niger, displaced families gather for another distribution of cash handouts.
  • IDP man fled an attack by Boko Haram
    Ali Mboudou fled an attack by Boko Haram

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