"Suffering and triumph on a massive scale. All of it under-reported. And frustration. Frustration that no-one seems to be paying attention. That about sums up my posting to the Congo so far," writes John Wessels, a photographer based in Kinshasa.
“'Where is the ice?' That’s the question that I heard most often when people saw the images from my Antarctica trip," writes Mathilde Bellenger, a videog journalist based in Chile who recently visited the white continent.
"As soon as we stepped off the plane, the cameras were rolling. Not our cameras. The government's," writes Joe Freeman, a reporter based in Bangkok, of his government-organized tour of northern Rakhine state in Myanmar, the epicentre of the Rohingya crisis.
“I felt an intense flash of heat and turned around and saw a ball of fire coming towards me. I didn’t know what it was. I just followed it, snapping away without stopping. Then I heard the screams and realized what had happened. Ten seconds and it was over,” writes Ronaldo Schemidt of the photograph -- a Venezuelan protester in flames -- that earned his the prestigious 2018 World Press Photo of the Year.
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