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A young girl warily eyes a guerrilla fighter in the Lubero district, where a rebel group meets with U. personnel, Congo, [Credit : James Nachtwey] [via]

<b>James Nachtwey. From "The Birds Of Hope: With A Black Hawk Medevac Unit In Afghanistan." January 17, 2011 issue.</b> <br><br> A Marine carries an Afghan child, one of two wounded by coalition aircraft during an air support mission in Marjah.

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<b>James Nachtwey. From "The Birds Of Hope: With A Black Hawk Medevac Unit In Afghanistan.</b> <br><br> A Marine carries an Afghan child, one of two wounded by coalition aircraft during an air support mission in Marjah.

Afghanistan, 1996 - Land mine victims learned to walk on prosthetic legs  at ICRC clinic. 	(by James Nachtwey)

James Nachtwey - Afghanistan, 1996 - Land mine victims learned to walk on prosthetic legs at ICRC clinic.

Kosovo, 1999 - Ruins of Djacovica, destroyed by Serbs. (by James Nachtwey)

Kosovo, 1999 - Ruins of Djacovica, destroyed by Serbs. (by James Nachtwey)

James Nachtwey War Photo Journalism Horror Color Soldier POW Violence…

James Nachtwey War Photo Journalism Horror Color Soldier POW Violence Photography

A fotografia de guerra de James Nacthwey

Somalia, 1992 - Famine victim sewn into burial shroud. By James Nachtwey

Sudan - My Heart Breaks #Africa, #pinsland, https://apps.facebook.com/yangutu

James Nachtwey - Sudan, 1993 - Famine victim in a feeding center.

La Mirada Difusa (Cultura, Frikadas y Tontunas de la Era Moderna): Fotógrafos: James Nachtwey

This photographer captured one man slicing the neck of another man in the 1998 riots in Indonesia.

Intravenous rehydration was critical to reviving cholera victims, Zaire, 1994.

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

Intravenous rehydration was critical to reviving cholera victims, Zaire, By James Nachtwey

James Nachtwey – The Improviser | British Journal of Photography

Portraits of War: The camera became the critical tool in helping us understand the ravages of conflict.

Army evacuating wounded soldiers from a village football field in El Salvador, 1984

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TIME contract photographer James Nachtwey was awarded the Dresden International Peace Prize on Feb. The remarks delivered by Wim Wenders touched on this image from of the Army evacuating wounded soldiers from a village football field in El Salvador.

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