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Mai 1968

The Guardian

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Produced by: Staff

Agnes Poirier's tour of the significant places and events during the Year of Revolt. More…


Faith & Family

Valley News

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Produced by: James Patterson

Todd and Terry Farlow raise their eight children by the Bible in central Vermont. More…


All Out of Hope, Seeking Shelter in Pakistan

The Washington Times

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Produced by: Katie Falkenberg, Christian Fuchs

Women who suffer from domestic violence in Pakistan have no where else to turn but to a shelter. More…


Girders and Steel

The Los Angeles Times

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Produced by: Mary Vignoles, Albert Lee, Bryan Chan, Marc Martin, Mel Melcon

A look at the construction of the Los Angeles Police Department's new headquarters building. More…


The Lourdes of Twang

The New York Times

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Produced by: Emily Rueb, Tim Shaffer, Amy O'Leary

More than 200 guitars are made at Martin each day, many more than when the company first opened in New York City in 1833 (it moved to Nazareth in 1839). But for any guitar player or music lover, getting to see the basic stages in the creation of a Martin moves them powerfully, putting some in touch with emotions they might have thought too inaccessible to be reached. More…


Vietnam Orphans: Legacy of Horror

Newsweek

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Produced by: Justin Mott, Laura Lo Forti

Photographer Justin Mott, who has worked in Cambodia and Vietnam since 2005, spent a week in the Ba-Vi orphanage outside Hanoi in 2007, documenting lives of children alleged to be third-generational agent orange victims. More…


A Quiet Night's Menace

The Los Angeles Times

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Produced by: Rick Loomis, Hector Becerra

Saturday night, July 21, and it's been slow in South Los Angeles, scary slow. Two Los Angeles police officers stop a pair of young gang members for jaywalking, a good excuse to ask some questions. Video and audio on the streets of South L.A. with the LAPD, narrated by The Times' Rick Loomis and Hector Becerra More…


Photographer's Journal: A View of Chad's Refugee Crisis

The New York Times

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Produced by: Jan Grarup, Alexis Mainland, Patrick Witty, Michael Lindsay

Jan Grarup describes his recent experience in Cameroon and Chad. More…


The Other Oil Shock

The New York Times

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Produced by: Justin Mott, Amy O'Leary, Danielle Belopotosky, Darcy Eveleigh

Rising prices for cooking oil are forcing residents of Asia's largest slum, in Mumbai, India, to ration every drop. Bakeries in the United States are fretting over higher shortening costs. And here in Malaysia, brand-new factories built to convert vegetable oil into diesel sit idle, their owners unable to afford the raw material. More…


The Assassination of Benazir Bhutto

The New York Times

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Produced by: John Moore, Patrick Witty, Thomas Lin

An eyewitness account from John Moore, a photographer from Getty Images, who was at the scene of the blast during the assassination of Benazir Bhutto. More…