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When I told friends or family that I was going to cover a blind track and field tournament they asked some variation of “how?”
Located beachside I immediately thought of basing the main photo for this trip on this famous “ukiyoe” print by the artist Hokusai.
Just noticing that he was bothered by my presence and my camera felt like a small victory in front of a man who made life and death decisions over an entire country.
And that was it; both men were dead in less than a minute.
To descend into the Danakil depression is like stepping in another world.
This sounded like a very good reason to leave Beijing for a day and report about such an extraordinary achievement.
I was a wide-eyed kid again, thankful that my job as a photographer afforded me access to witness a world-first.
I’m running through the desert outside a tiny town called Encino with a Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter flying above me.
In China, Harleys confer status and turn heads.
In the United States and Canada, vault burials have grown in popularity since the early 1900s. So when Reuters contacted me about a conservation cemetery, one of four in the country, I was intrigued with the very niche market.
It was the Lucha VaVoom, a show of Lucha Libre Mexican wrestling and Burlesque performances at the Mayan theatre in Los Angeles.
I flew to Cleveland on Monday after three women, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, and a child escaped from the home of Ariel Castro after allegedly being held there for about a decade.
For four days, I met parents of girls who had gone missing. Every story was different, every story was equally sad.
It's been called the most exciting two minutes in sports.
It was surreal, you could hear the flames roaring and the peaceful sound of the waves crashing on the beach simultaneously.
The Hindi film industry or Bollywood can make a star, a household name out of anyone overnight.
What did I know about Chechnya before last week?
Every time I have to cover a story related to the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center I always hope that I will be able to forget that day and the so many lives affected by the tragedy.
She saw her son Reinaldo being beaten and shot dead by traffickers from a rival slum.
Days before last Christmas, city authorities initiated a program of voluntary disarmament for citizens encouraging them to swap their pistols, revolvers, guns and the occasional 60 mm mortar round for bicycles, tablets or cash.