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Kashmir-based photographer Ahmer Khan on covering Kolkata's last bastion of hand-pulled rickshaws.
NPPA General Counsel Mickey Osterreicher's advice on how photojournalists can handle themselves in tense situations.
Looking back on Whitney Curtis’s images of events unfolding in Ferguson in August, 2014.
Indian Muslim brides and grooms stand in line to register themselves during a mass marriage ceremony for more than 80 couples of various religions in Kolkata, India, Feb. 14.
Monitor reporter Kristen Chick offers a personal account of her travels with Syrian refugees through the Balkans while on assignment.
From the Monitor's weekly InPictures section, a look at Jerusalem's divisions and diversity through its markets.
A glimpse into Zimbabwe's past as an unrecognized state under colonial rule. Monitor archive images from the InPictures weekly print edition reveal Rhodesia.
From images of the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage to the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, here are the photos of the week.
Photographs from the Monitor archive by Gordon Converse reveal the tug-of-war between tradition and innovation in Japan during the 1960s and '70s.
Sid Monroe, of the Monroe Gallery of Photography, explains how news coverage from Ferguson, Mo., ended up in one of the world's foremost art photography shows.
Zoltan Levay and his team of 'Galactic Light Masters' translate the images of Hubble Space Telescope for the human eye.
From images of the Charleston church shooting to the influx of refugees and migrants in Europe, here are the photos of the week.
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