• http://noorimages.com/feature/chibok-and-beyond/

    Al majaris, students of traditional islamic school study the Koran in the same neighbourhood where Abubakar Shekau once lived, the 18th of May 2014, Maiduguri, capital of Borno State, Nigeria. Benedicte Kurzen / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/feature/landscapes-of-success-kurdistans-oil/

    Gas burn-off and oil tanks at the northern oil fields in Kirkuk. Kurdistan's oil surplus has already given them growth unseen in the rest of Iraq. Many oil experts in the Middle East believe that the Kurds will eventually gain considerable if not total control over the oil fields in their region. If they gain such control, their oil revenue will be on par with some of the Arab states of the Persian Gulf. Erbil, Iraq, September 8, 2014. Andrea Bruce / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/feature/child-labour-and-exploitation-in-bangladesh/

    Nodi is a sex worker at Tangail Brothel. She always tells clients that she is 25 years old, but in reality she is only 17 years old. Tangail brothel is in the center of Tangail district, next to the police station, where about 900 sex workers work and live. Fights for clients are common amongst the sex workers as there are not always enough clients and the women are under pressure to pay the rental fee. Bangladesh, Tangail Brothel. April 2013. Pep Bonet / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/photographer/kozyrev/

    Ukrainian troops waited during talks with Russian forces at the military airport in the Crimean village of Belbek, March 2014, Yuri Kozyrev / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/feature/twenty-five-years-after-the-fall/

    25 years ago, on 9 November 1989 NOOR photographer Stanley Greene witnessed the most significant event in recent German history: the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Berlin, november 1989, Girl demolishing the wall, West Berlin. Stanley Greene / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/feature/zaatari-tears-in-the-sand/

    Za'atari refugee camp on the northern Jordan border with Syria. The majority of refugees in Zaatari are from Deraa province in Syria, close to the border with Jordan. These Syrian refugees walk at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq. The Zaatari camp, the biggest, can now be counted the fourth biggest city in Jordan. Syrian Refugees arriving New Years day to the refugee camp , after crossing the border from Syrian , many died on the journey. Stanley Greene / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/feature/slavery-on-the-sugarcane-plantation/

    Sugarcane workers being transported back to the so called 'complexo', a fenced of area where a number of dorms have been build housing 420 workers. When the season is over they have to leave. Kadir van Lohuizen / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/feature/life-death-and-the-grim-routine/

    After two and a half hours of driving the International Medical Corps ambulances and volunteers remind the villagers what Ebola is and also spray a house in which an old lady waits for the results of her test, after her entire family has been decimated, in the village of Mawa, Liberia, September 9, 2014. Benedicte Kurzen / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/feature/depth-of-silence/

    The shipwreck of the 20-metre-long (66 ft) fishing boat that sunk off the coast of the Italian island of Lampedusa on 3 October 2013 killing 366 migrants. The wreck lies at a depth of 50 metres. Island of Lampedusa Italy 22 September 2014. Francesco Zizola / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/feature/the-masks-we-wear/

    Protesters clash with police on Chicago's South Side during the 2012 NATO Summit in Chicago. May 2012. Jon Lowenstein / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/rnw-noor-visual-storytelling-academy-in-mexico-kicks-off/

    RNW-NOOR visual storytelling academy in mexico kicks off

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For the past year and a half, I have been looking at the global consequences of rising sea levels caused…

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