An in-depth video interview with the award-winning photographer Pete Muller—searching, sensitive work that explores questions of masculinity and violence among the war-torn, embattled men of Congo. Photographs
I cover news and features. I am interested in storytelling. I learnt photography whilst studying graphic design at the College of Fine and Applied Arts, Khartoum. My first assignment with Reuters was 2005.
“Who are you? Why do you want to take our photos?” they asked me. “Who gave you permission?” Like in many other places, Sudanese society can be stuffy and conservative. There’s a strong focus on traditional
ISIL fighters lay bombs and explosives at UNESCO world heritage site a month after capture, monitoring group says. Fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have planted landmines explosives
Excitement over the U.S. women’s soccer team in the FIFA World Cup finals is sweeping the country, generating interest in a sport usually associated with men. The U.S. women’s team ranks second only to