World Press Photo

From homicides to war, the human condition and homosexuality to great achievements, sex trafficking to acid-burning of women, the common thread running underneath these photographs, selected out of over 103,000 entries worldwide, is the deep seated human desire to live out a life of irrevocable dignity.
The winning image of the 2013 World Press Photo was not faked, it has been confirmed. Swedish photographer Paul Hansen’s
UPDATE: Paul Hansen's 'Gaza Burial' Was NOT Faked (PICTURES) A Swedish photographer who won the 2013 World Press Photo award
A new photography festival opened in Tuscany on Saturday, where the prestigious World Press Photo exhibition vies for attention with an innovative project exploring European identity.
Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda has won the World Press Photo 2011 first prize. His image is of a Yemeni woman cradling