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The 10 Most Impressive Photo Essays From November 2015 (10 pics)

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November has come and gone, but before it left it gave us some excellent photo essays.

The New York Times Magazine: The Displaced
Chuol, 9, escaped into a vast swamp in South Sudan when fighters swept into his village.

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National Geographic News: Inside the World of Egypt’s Salafist Muslims
Abdul Rahman, a 27-year-old Salafist from Al Mansurah, Egypt, prays—often with great intensity and emotion—on the banks of the Nile River.


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From National Geographic Magazine's December issue: How the Virgin Mary Became the World’s Most Powerful Woman
As the sun sets in Medjugorje, Bosnia and Herzegovina—a hot spot for Virgin Mary sightings—devotees of diverse faiths and nationalities gather to pray.


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The New Yorker Photo Booth: Paris Overnight
La Belle Équipe restaurant, Rue de Charonne, Paris, Nov. 18, 2015.


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TIME LIghtBox: See Iran Coming Out of the Shadows
An Iranian woman walks through a haze of smoke caused by the burning of the herb esfand. According to popular belief, this ritual drives away the evil eye.


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Le Monde: Pope in Bangui
Pope Francis visits Saint Sauveur parish, where nearly 4000 displaced live, in Bangui, Central African Republic, Nov. 29, 2015.



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TIME LIghtBox: The Price of Jade
A team of miners work in a jade mine. Some miners work alone while some like this young men here work by a team in a small plot land that is owned by their 'Lao-ban' (meaning 'Boss' in Chinese), Hpakant.


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The New York Times: Kurds Launch Offensive Against ISIS in Mount Sinjar, Iraq
Pesh merga fighters watched from a hilltop as vehicles from their unit deployed across Highway 47, below them.


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The New York Times: In Mexico, Mennonite Farmers Struggle With Water Shortage
Mennonite children played recently at a family farm in Capulín, Mexico. Hundreds of Mennonites plan to leave Mexico for other colonies in other countries, where land is cheaper and water is more plentiful.


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NBC News: Buddhists Search for Bliss in Remote Tibetan Plateau Tibetan Buddhist nomads cook and stay warm by candlelight at dusk following a chanting session as part of the annual Bliss Dharma Assembly at the Larung Wuming Buddhist Institute in Sertar county, in the remote Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan province, China, on Oct. 31, 2015.


10 The 10 Most Impressive Photo Essays From November 2015 (10 pics)


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№1 Author: shade (5 Dec 2015 14:31) Total user comments: 1523


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Religion, war, and poverty. Depressing.
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