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James Nachtwey - Somalia, 1992 - Child starved by famine, a man-made weapon of mass extermination.

Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide; Photographs By James Nachtwey - LightBox

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

Refugees lined up to receive medical assistance in Zaire. Some died while they waited, Zaire, By James Nachtwey

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Salt of the Earth by Sebastiao Salgado (Serra Pelada State of Para Brazil

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taken by James Nachtwey, famous for his war photographs and documentation

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The Rwandan Genocide in Over the course of approximately 100 days over people were killed according to a Human Rights Watch estimate The Hutus did not have a good reason for killing the Tutsis. Were they jealous? Did the Hutus want more?

James Nachtwey - 1989 Photo Contest | World Press Photo

A succession of disasters hit Sudan in First drought, then flooding. A plague of locusts devoured what little grows on the land, and hunger and civil war claimed many victims.

Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide; Photographs By James Nachtwey - LightBox

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

Children were especially susceptible to the disease, Zaire, By James Nachtwey

Foto iconiche / premio Pulitzer

Foto iconiche che hanno vinto il premio Pulitzer

Photographer Patrick Farrell captured this image of a young boy salvaging a stroller from his home after the devastating Haiti earthquake of

Il marxismo libertario: VIETNAM 1975: SCACCO AL RE! RICORDANDO LA GUERRA U...

A female Viet Cong suspect is questioned at gunpoint by a South Vietnamese officer at Tam Ky, November 1967

A fotografia de guerra de James Nacthwey

Somalia, 1992 - Famine victim sewn into burial shroud. By James Nachtwey

Rwanda. 1994 - A Hutu man at a Red Cross hospital, his face mutilated by the Hutu 'Interahamwe' militia, who suspected him of sympathizing with the Tutsi rebels. (James Nachtwey) This famous picture has been reproduced many, many times. I think this is one of the best crops and captions I've seen.

National Geographic Omissions

1994 - A Hutu man at a Red Cross hospital, his face mutilated by the Hutu 'Interahamwe' militia, who suspected him of sympathizing with the Tutsi rebels. (James Nachtwey) This famous picture has been reproduced many, many times.

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