Al Qayyarah oil field fires, Iraq.

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Frontline of conflict in Donbas, east Ukraine. Local Raya tells her story close to the airport, a location where fighting still continues in a village turned to rubble and vegetation.

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A soldier downs an energy drink as there is no time to eat a meal

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In the town of Maryinka, the captain of a battalion radios his scouts to pinpoint nearby snipers and gunmen.

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Local Nadezha stays behind in Donbas looking after the pets of neighbours long gone

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A local family retire for the night as the village is pounded by bombs

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A soldier shows his discontent for taking a photograph (not allowed on the frontline) as they take fire...

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...to which he nervously lights a cigarette during a moonlit battle

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Soldiers search for movement following a fierce firefight

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In Pakistan, the brick manufacturing industry thrives on slave labour, using debt as a way to lure people to work for factory owners.

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Bosnia: 20th anniversary of the war

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Rwanda: locals pass a mass grave site aware of what is taking place behind the corrugated fence.

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A volunteer worker emerges from a 80-100ft excavation shaft. Oxygen is low and the heat exceeds that of the 26c above.

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Bone fragments pulled fresh from beneath the ground are placed on a tarpaulin next to a dig site.

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Works dig at a site discovering bones throughout the day

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Clothing recovered from excavations contains hair and bone fragments. Sometimes ID cards are discovered to offer better verification of the victims discovered.

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Workers sift through soil for bone fragments and clues to identities

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Somalia: More than 360,000 people are affected by regular (almost yearly) drought caused by climate change creating famine and disease as a consequence. Little aid is delivered and agencies on the ground begin to struggle without necessary media coverage to spotlight problems of the displaced. 24 million people are faced with food insecurity. Recovering from civil war, plagued by terrorism and regular droughts, year on year Somalia contends with more than one problem.


Increasing extreme weather patterns are diluting the availability of fertile soil causing widespreadfood shortages and an undetermined future. 
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Migrant faces in the UK.

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