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Nary a Drop to Drink

The chemical spill in West Virginia poisoned the water, and may have poisoned the state’s trust in the industries that have sustained and plundered it
Journalists on Trial and in a Cage in Egypt
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Journalists on Trial and in a Cage in Egypt

Australian journalist Peter Greste (3rd R) of Al-Jazeera and his colleagues stand inside the defendants cage during their trial for allegedly supporting the Muslim Brotherhood at Cairo's Tora prison on March 5, 2014. The high-profile case that sparked a global outcry over muzzling of the press is seen as a test of the military-installed government's tolerance of independent media, with activists fearing a return to autocracy three years after the Arab Spring uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak.
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Frédéric Lagrange Captures 17 Years of Mongolia

With their deep attachment to the spirit of the land, Mongolia’s nomadic herders continue to live as they have for centuries. French photographer Frédéric Lagrange documents their lives in his new book, “Mongolia.”