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War is ugly. Fashion is beautiful. War projects the worst of humanity. Photographing war and fashion appear incongruous acts that are difficult to reconcile. Until, perhaps, you take a deeper look.
Desert dancers highlight Andean culture
Dads cherish Sweden's parental leave
Making a 'squat' a home
Traditions of Amazon natives
Glimpse of life on the reservation
Girls behind bars tell their stories
Faces of Sudan's refugee crisis
Show animals and their proud handlers
Rolling out the welcome mat for refugees
Two CNN Heroes have joined forces in a unique effort to help women caught in the global refugee crisis.
South Africa: 'Mama Rosie' cares for Cape Town's AIDS orphans
The images you don't always see
The photographs that don't always make the news, taken by CNN reporters, producers and photojournalists on location around the world.
Sold by their mothers for sex in Cambodia
When Kieu was 12, her mother asked her to take a job. But not just any job. She was delivered to a hotel, where a man raped her for two days.
Nepal's organ trail: How traffickers steal kidneys
In Kathmandu, people begging for kidney treatment is common. Organ trafficking is an illegal, yet thriving trade.
Nearly 20 years after peace pact, Guatemala's women relive violence
What began as psychological torment, name-calling and humiliation turned into beatings so severe Adelma Cifuentes feared for her life. Cifuentes' case is dramatic, but in Guatemala, where nearly 10 out of every 100,000 women are killed, it's hardly unusual.
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