The Secret War Crime. Image 2 of 3.  One of the most pernicious aspects of rape whether it happens in the U.S. or in Iraq or South Sudan or Nigeria or Congo is the shame. "Some women wanted their names and faces to be used in the story; others didnt for fear of being stigmatized back at home" TIME's Africa bureau chief Aryn Baker writes. "But they all wanted to be heard." In this photograph Josephine Mwamini 42 was raped in 2010 in her village Walikali by soldiers of the Democratic Forces…

The Secret War Crime. Image 2 of 3. One of the most pernicious aspects of rape whether it happens in the U.S. or in Iraq or South Sudan or Nigeria or Congo is the shame. "Some women wanted their names and faces to be used in the story; others didnt for fear of being stigmatized back at home" TIME's Africa bureau chief Aryn Baker writes. "But they all wanted to be heard." In this photograph Josephine Mwamini 42 was raped in 2010 in her village Walikali by soldiers of the Democratic Forces…

Thousands of homes have been damaged in Louisiana and Mississippi after widespread floods hit the states in the past days. More than 1400 National Guard soldiers have been dispatched to help evacuate at least 4000 people and 350 pets. Find out more on TIME.com.  Photograph by Stacy Kranitz (@stacykranitz) in Leland Mississippi taken March 13 2016. by time

Thousands of homes have been damaged in Louisiana and Mississippi after widespread floods hit the states in the past days. More than 1400 National Guard soldiers have been dispatched to help evacuate at least 4000 people and 350 pets. Find out more on TIME.com. Photograph by Stacy Kranitz (@stacykranitz) in Leland Mississippi taken March 13 2016. by time

Picture 1/3 - For 15 years the world has been trying to ban blood diamondsprecious stones mined in African war zones often by forced labor and used to fund armed rebel movements. In 2003 the diamond industry established the Kimberley Process an international certification system designed to reassure consumers that the diamonds they bought were conflict-free. And yet while the process did reduce the number of conflict diamonds on the market it still remains riddled with loopholes unable to…

Picture 1/3 - For 15 years the world has been trying to ban blood diamondsprecious stones mined in African war zones often by forced labor and used to fund armed rebel movements. In 2003 the diamond industry established the Kimberley Process an international certification system designed to reassure consumers that the diamonds they bought were conflict-free. And yet while the process did reduce the number of conflict diamonds on the market it still remains riddled with loopholes unable to…

#YearinPictures: The village information bureau. Isle of Harris Outer Hebrides. Scotland. 2015.  @OliviArthur & Philipp Ebeling/#MagnumPhotos.  Magnum's Photos of 2015 as curated by Peter van Agtmael features the Magnum membership's choice of their favorite images of the year. by magnumphotos

#YearinPictures: The village information bureau. Isle of Harris Outer Hebrides. Scotland. 2015. @OliviArthur & Philipp Ebeling/#MagnumPhotos. Magnum's Photos of 2015 as curated by Peter van Agtmael features the Magnum membership's choice of their favorite images of the year. by magnumphotos

#YearinPictures: Group of fighters loyal to Sheik Ali Aiyedh inside the Sheik's destroyed house. Mathbah district. Sana'a Yemen. September 8 2015.  #LorenzoMeloni/#MagnumPhotos.  Magnum's Photos of 2015 as curated by Peter van Agtmael features the Magnum membership's choice of their favorite images of the year. by magnumphotos

#YearinPictures: Group of fighters loyal to Sheik Ali Aiyedh inside the Sheik's destroyed house. Mathbah district. Sana'a Yemen. September 8 2015. #LorenzoMeloni/#MagnumPhotos. Magnum's Photos of 2015 as curated by Peter van Agtmael features the Magnum membership's choice of their favorite images of the year. by magnumphotos

@stevewinterphoto @natgeo This was shot for my @natgeo Leopard story out now in the Dec 2015 issue of National Geographic Magazine.  Face off - one young female is challenging a older female for territory and the resident male. The older one won out. This was a 6 second close interaction it seemed like something was going to happen - but they just went their own ways.  This is so similar in many ways to us as humans! Our animal family is so much like us - they find mates they have kids they…

@stevewinterphoto @natgeo This was shot for my @natgeo Leopard story out now in the Dec 2015 issue of National Geographic Magazine. Face off - one young female is challenging a older female for territory and the resident male. The older one won out. This was a 6 second close interaction it seemed like something was going to happen - but they just went their own ways. This is so similar in many ways to us as humans! Our animal family is so much like us - they find mates they have kids they…

Photo by @michaelchristopherbrown. An Mbuti child carries a net while hunting with his family in the Ituri Rainforest located in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Women and children herd the animals towards the net while the men guard the net and catch the game. #congo by natgeo

Photo by @michaelchristopherbrown. An Mbuti child carries a net while hunting with his family in the Ituri Rainforest located in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Women and children herd the animals towards the net while the men guard the net and catch the game. #congo by natgeo

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