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WORLD PRESS PHOTO 2013 DANIEL BEREHULAK
RIKUZENTAKATA, JAPAN - MARCH 07: Pine trees, uprooted during last year's tsunami, lay strewn over the beach on March 07, 2012 in Rikuzentakata, Japan. As the one year anniversary approaches, the areas most affected by an earthquake and subsequent tsunami that left 15,848 dead and 3,305 missing according to Japan's National Police Agency continue to struggle. Thousands of people still remain without homes living in temporary dwellings. The Japanese government faces an uphill battle with the need to dispose of rubble as it works to rebuild economies and livelihoods. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images) NO SALES, THIS MATERIAL IS FOR SINGLE USE PUBLICATIONS IN PRINT OR FOR A TEMPORARY ONLINE PUBLICATION, AND MAY BE USED EXCLUSIVELY TO PUBLICIZE THE 2013 WORLD PRESS CONTEST AND EXHIBITION. IT MAY NOT BE PUBLISHED AS PART OF AN ARTICLE OR ANY OTHER ITEM THAT CONTAINS NO DIRECT LINK TO WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES. THE PICTURE MAY NOT BE CROPPED OR MANIPULATED IN ANY WAY. - KEYSTONE PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS PUBLICLY DISTRIBUTED HANDOUT PHOTO. THE COPYRIGHT IS OWNED BY A THIRD PARTY ** This material is for single publications in print or for a temporary online publication, and may be used exclusively to publicize the 2013 World Press Photo contest and exhibition. It may not be published as part of an article or any other item that contains no direct link to World Press Photo and its activities without prior permission from the photographer or agency.
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WORLD PRESS PHOTO 2013 JAN GRARUP
Death or Play. Women´s Basketball in Mogadishu.Women's basketball? In Europa and the U.S., we take it for granted. But consider this: In Mogadishu, war-torn capital of Somalia, young women risk their lives every time they show up to play..Suweys, the captain of the Somali women´s basketball team, and her friends play the sport of the deadly enemy, called America. This is why they are on the hit list of the killer commandos of Al Shabaab, a militant islamist group, that has recently formed an alliance with the terrorist group Al Qaeda and control large swathes of Somalia...Al Shabaab, who sets bombs under market stands, blows up cinemas, and stones women, has declared the female basketball playersun-islamic. One of the proposed punishments is to saw off their right hands and left feet. Or simply: shoot them...Suweys´ team trains behind bullet-ridden walls, in the ruins of the failed city of Mogadishu – protected by heavily armed gun-men. The women live in constant fear of the islamist killer commandos. Stop playing basketball? Never, they say..Women´s basketball in the world´s most dangerous capital. (Jan Grarup/Laif) NO SALES, THIS MATERIAL IS FOR SINGLE USE PUBLICATIONS IN PRINT OR FOR A TEMPORARY ONLINE PUBLICATION, AND MAY BE USED EXCLUSIVELY TO PUBLICIZE THE 2013 WORLD PRESS CONTEST AND EXHIBITION. IT MAY NOT BE PUBLISHED AS PART OF AN ARTICLE OR ANY OTHER ITEM THAT CONTAINS NO DIRECT LINK TO WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES. THE PICTURE MAY NOT BE CROPPED OR MANIPULATED IN ANY WAY. - KEYSTONE PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS PUBLICLY DISTRIBUTED HANDOUT PHOTO. THE COPYRIGHT IS OWNED BY A THIRD PARTY ** This material is for single publications in print or for a temporary online publication, and may be used exclusively to publicize the 2013 World Press Photo contest and exhibition. It may not be published as part of an article or any other item that contains no direct link to World Press Photo and its activities without prior permission from the photographer or agency.
(HO) 163678000
WORLD PRESS PHOTO 2013 FAUSTO PODAVINI
01 June 2010, Rome, Italy. Despite her husband's life-threatening disease, Mirella devoted her life to assisting Luigi, trying to be positive and reassuring, looking after him with intense love and respect. Everyday care, usually done in a few minutes, takes hours when it concerns someone with dementia. Mirella, 71, spent 43 years of her life with the only person she loved, with all of life's difficulties, laughter, and beautiful moments. But over the last six years things changed: Mirella lived with her husband Luigi¿s illness, Alzheimer¿s, and devoted her life to him as his caregiver. (Fausto Podavini) NO SALES, THIS MATERIAL IS FOR SINGLE USE PUBLICATIONS IN PRINT OR FOR A TEMPORARY ONLINE PUBLICATION, AND MAY BE USED EXCLUSIVELY TO PUBLICIZE THE 2013 WORLD PRESS CONTEST AND EXHIBITION. IT MAY NOT BE PUBLISHED AS PART OF AN ARTICLE OR ANY OTHER ITEM THAT CONTAINS NO DIRECT LINK TO WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES. THE PICTURE MAY NOT BE CROPPED OR MANIPULATED IN ANY WAY. - KEYSTONE PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS PUBLICLY DISTRIBUTED HANDOUT PHOTO. THE COPYRIGHT IS OWNED BY A THIRD PARTY ** This material is for single publications in print or for a temporary online publication, and may be used exclusively to publicize the 2013 World Press Photo contest and exhibition. It may not be published as part of an article or any other item that contains no direct link to World Press Photo and its activities without prior permission from the photographer or agency.
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WORLD PRESS PHOTO 2013 STEPHAN VANFLETEREN
Guinea is one of the least developed countries in the world.More than 60% live below the poverty line of $ 1 per day. Three quarters of the population is illiterate. Health care is substandard and priceless for most of the people.These portraits are from people with different kind of diseases who will maybe be helped or been helped by the Ngo Mercy Ships on the hospital ship "African Mercy", that is docked in the capital Conakry. From simple operations as cataract, teeth problems, skin diseases to more delicate orthopaedic or tumor surgery are operated by surgeons , doctors and caring nurses who work voluntary on the hospital ship. Specified text. Makone Soumaoro, 30 years, goitre 2018;I don't have pain, but I am worried that my neck swells that much.I hope that it is not a tumor, because I am a housewife and my man and three children need me. (Stephan Vanfleteren/Panos for Mercy Ships/De Standaard) NO SALES, THIS MATERIAL IS FOR SINGLE USE PUBLICATIONS IN PRINT OR FOR A TEMPORARY ONLINE PUBLICATION, AND MAY BE USED EXCLUSIVELY TO PUBLICIZE THE 2013 WORLD PRESS CONTEST AND EXHIBITION. IT MAY NOT BE PUBLISHED AS PART OF AN ARTICLE OR ANY OTHER ITEM THAT CONTAINS NO DIRECT LINK TO WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES. THE PICTURE MAY NOT BE CROPPED OR MANIPULATED IN ANY WAY. - KEYSTONE PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS PUBLICLY DISTRIBUTED HANDOUT PHOTO. THE COPYRIGHT IS OWNED BY A THIRD PARTY ** This material is for single publications in print or for a temporary online publication, and may be used exclusively to publicize the 2013 World Press Photo contest and exhibition. It may not be published as part of an article or any other item that contains no direct link to World Press Photo and its activities without prior permission from the photographer or agency.
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