A showcase of finalists' photographs from "Capture Corruption”, a global photo competition sponsored by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, Transparency International and the International Anti-Corruption Conference
Maralal, a town north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. The event aims to ease tensions between the tribes, which sometimes clash over cattle rustling and land disputes.
Doctors in northeast India say floating clinics are cutting maternal mortality rates on the region's islands
A showcase of the winners' and runners’ up photographs from the global competition "Capture Corruption" sponsored by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, Transparency International and the International Anti-Corruption Conference
Reuters photographer Kim Kyung-Hoon portrays surviving “Comfort Women”, the Japanese euphemism for the tens of thousands of Chinese and Korean women forced into Japanese military brothels before and during World War Two
In a country where homosexuality is illegal, members of Uganda’s LGBT community celebrate Gay Pride near the capital Kampala
Thousands of migrants camp in shanties around Calais, France, trying to board trucks and trains travelling through the Channel tunnel to England
Photos show a Syrian refugee family in the mountains of Lebanon
Photos show migrants starting their journey to other European countries from Greece. The European Union on July 20 again failed to find an agreement on tackling the Mediterranean migrant crisis.
Guiyu, a town in south China, has long been known as the site of one of the world's largest electronics waste dumps
Liberia’s health workers return to work after Ebola epidemic
Life for Syrian refugees in a refugee camp in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon
Reuters photographers in countries from Morocco to Serbia portray migrants on the move and their cherished possessions