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VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
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“They Tie Them Up To a Pole”

Ron Haviv has had unprecedented access to the ongoing war in Ukraine, and has also witnessed pivotal moments in modern history, like the breakup of Yugoslavia and the Capitol Riots.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
9:59

The Sicarios Who Kill for $700

Award-winning photographer Mads Nissen creates connections with his photography, finding moments of passion in war or conflict zones, so his photos can inspire change.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
7:17

“The Scariest Moment in My Entire Career”

Photojournalist Paolo Marchetti peers into the darker side of society where nobody else wants to look, hoping to spark change through dialogue.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
6:57

“She Was Inhaling Deeply”

Andrew McConnell grew up during the Troubles in Northern Ireland - now he captures the lives of ordinary people living in conflict zones, rather than those holding a gun.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
7:22

“They Were Hiding Their Sins”

Daniel Ochoa de Olza captures the dual sides of Spain’s complex culture and history, using his photography to reveal the country’s hidden rituals.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
5:42

“I Knew That They Had Killed People”

Alfons Rodríguez is a photographer and filmmaker who has crossed some of the world’s last frontiers, sneaking into North Korea and living with child soldiers.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
7:22

Myanmar’s Opium Wars

Vincenzo Floramo captures moments of ritual, magic and transformation across South East Asia, often living with hard-to-reach communities on the margins of society.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
6:11

I Was Kidnapped Photographing Libyan War Zones

Conflict photographer legend Lynsey Addario talks to VICE about how she was kidnapped in Libya by Gaddafi loyalist forces and held hostage for a week in 2011.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
5:07

The Photos taken as the Taliban took hold of Afghanistan | Developing News

We speak to Chris Steele-Perkins who made four trips to Afghanistan during the 1990s to photograph a country that was being taken hold by the Taliban.
I Was There When...
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Why We Must Never Forget The Bhopal Gas Disaster | I Was There

In 1984, one of the world's worst industrial disasters befell the residents of Bhopal, India, when a nearby pesticide plant leaked a toxic gas. Veteran photojournalist Raghu Rai was there to photograph its aftermath.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
5:23

Watching The Fall of the Berlin Wall | Developing News

Franco-Nigerian photojournalist Pierre Alozie talks about the photos he took at the fall of the Berlin Wall that divided communist East Germany from West Germany.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
5:10

Life or Death: Somali Refugees Escaping War | Developing News

Photographer Alixandra Fazzina recalls her experience documenting the journey of emigrants, or tahrib, risking their lives as they tried to escape Somalia in search of a better life.
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