An Iraqi man walks by the scene of an attack on U.S. Army Humvees that caused several American casualties in the Al-Waziriyah neighborhood of Baghdad, Iraq. Monday, April 26, 2004. Photo: Moises Saman/MAGNUM
Charlie Haughey (Chieu Hoi to his friends in the Army 25th Infantry Division), a now-retired cabinet maker, was drafted to the US Army in 1967. He served a tour of duty in Vietnam from March 1968 to May 1969 with the 25th. Charlie, a photographer from a young age, was commissioned by his commanding officer to take photos—not traditional combat photos, but morale-boosting content to uplift the spirits of the members of the unit. When he left Vietnam for good, Charlie brought back to the United States almost two thousand negatives that had captured his unique view on the war and life in the army. The negatives lay in boxes until the fall of 2012, when a chance meeting brought them out of dormancy.
Photo : Charlie Haughey
Photo : Manu Brabo—AP / Oct. 3, 2012
A convoy with the U.S. 1st Marine Division is protected by Marines sitting by the side of a road just north of the Euphrates river, Tuesday, March 25, 2003. (Ozier Muhammad/The New York Times)
Abidjan, Ivory Coast — Men captured by forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara and detained for unknown reasons arrive at a checkpoint serving as an operating base near Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Heavy arms fire rang out Wednesday near the home of Laurent Gbagbo, the country's strongman who remained holed up in a subterranean bunker, as forces backing his rival assaulted the residence to try to force him out, diplomats and witnesses said.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: REBECCA BLACKWELL / AP
Drug dealers point guns at the police at Grato shantytown in Alemão slum on November 26, 2010 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (THIAGO CARDOSO/AFP/Getty Images)
Daily routine of war in Aleppo by Jenan Moussa :
1er prix (spot news, single) - Paul Hansen. Gaza. 20 Novembre 2012
Suhaib Hijazi, et son grand frère Mohammed, qui devait bientôt avoir quatre ans, ont été tués lorsque leur maison a été détruite par un missile israélien. Leur père, Fouad a également été tués, leur mère est en soins intensifs à l'hôpital Shifa. Leur religion impose un enterrement rapide Le corps de Fouad est mis sur une civière, alors que ses frères portent les enfants vers la mosquée.
Le photographe de l'AFP Joseph Eid est devenu le premier photoreporter d'une agence internationale à accompagner les soldats du régime syrien dans leurs déplacements à Alep, le 3 septembre. Son reportage dans les quartiers de Salahedinne (photo) et Seif al-Dawla décrit une ville fantôme, ravagée par les bombardements et désertée par ses habitants. (AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID)
War is Hell. An unidentified U.S. personnel wears this sign on his helmet. He is with the 173rd Airborne Brigade Battalion on defense duty at Phuc Vinh airstrip in South Vietnam. June 18, 1965
Photo : Horst Faas
An anti-Gaddafi fighter fires a Grad missile during clashes with Gaddafi forces in Sirte, October 11, 2011. After weeks of fighting, National Transitional Council (NTC) forces have taken most of Sirte and driven Gaddafi loyalists into two northern neighborhoods near the Mediterranean shore. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
Libya — A Libyan rebel fighter on the road to Ras Lanuf on Sunday.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: LUIS SINCO / LOS ANGELES TIMES
The New York Times said the journalists, including photographers Tyler Hicks (left) and Lynsey Addario (below left), with reporters Stephen Farrell and Anthony Shadid, were last in contact with their editors Tuesday morning from the town of Ajdabiya. Hicks has photographed in places such as Kosovo, Chechnya, Congo, Ethiopia, Sudan, Iraq and Afghanistan.
This photograph taken on October 18, 2012 shows two rebel soldiers in Syria guarding their sniper's nest in the Karmel Jabl neighborhood of Aleppo as light streams through more than a dozen holes made by bullets and shrapnel in the tin wall behind them. This picture won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography on April 15, 2013.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: JAVIER MANZANO / AFP / Getty Images
Children immediately go home after they managed to get some food handouts.
Photo : Jenan Moussa
Afghan shepherd Asadullah Daad Mohammad, 12, sleeps on his bed May 10, 2011 at the International Committee of the Red Cross Orthopedic Center in Kabul, Afghanistan. Asadullah lost his legs, left eye and a finger, most likely after he stepped on a land mine while he was out with his goats and sheep in a Paktya province south of Kabul about five months ago. (amran Jebreili/Associated Press)
Rwanda 1994 - Un survivant des camps de la mort Hutu.© James Nachtwey / Agence VII
Jusqu’au 15 janvier 2011, la bibliothèque municipale de Lyon rend hommage à l’un des plus grands photojournalistes des guerres et misères de notre époque. Une exposition indispensable pour comprendre que la paix est un combat de tous les instants.