A new exhibition highlights the vital power of photojournalism in documenting the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan.
Disruptions to trafficking routes out of Afghanistan are leading to an increase in the presence of harmful opioids in the UK.
To mark 20 years since 9/11, Gen Z Muslims reflect on how the tragedy spurred on Islamophobia in Britain, and the impact it’s had on their lives.
A university student awaiting an evacuation flight from outside Kabul airport describes his experience of the crisis in Afghanistan and his fears for the future of his country.
Kiana Hayeri first travelled to the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2013, and has since documented the city’s complex social landscape.
Since Spring 2015, Jacob Ehrbahn has been documenting the worst refugee crisis in recent history. He is determined to make sure the issue, which is still devastating lives, does not fade from public attention.
From 2003 to 2008, Ben Brody worked as a combat photographer in Iraq, capturing the immense brutality that defined the war.
For photographer Andrew Quilty – an immigrant living in war-torn Kabul – the prospect of Covid-19 was panic-inducing. But the reality was an entirely different story.
Steve McCurry’s most iconic work, taken during his extensive travels through Southeast Asia, is celebrated with a luxurious reprint this month.
Sydney-based artist Meena Sadiqi demystifies and celebrates her Afghani heritage in her ongoing Instagram collage project, Meena Home.
Zohra is the first ever all-female music ensemble in Afghanistan’s history, with its members facing death threats and family rejection just for doing what they love.
Conflict, colonialism and tribal rivalry: Steve McCurry’s iconic photographs show the unseen side of the country.