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28 Feb
Muhammed Muheisen is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer who says he's determined to be more than just a messenger. Over the past two decades he's taken photographs of refugees and internally displaced people across the world, documenting their despair, their struggles and their hope. He's also the founder and chairman of the Everyday Refugees Foundation, an organisation that works to empower refugees and educate the wider world about their plight. He joined us for Perspective to tell us more.
21 Mar 2020
Before and after satellite images and still photographs of landmarks worldwide show the impact coronavirus is having around the globe.

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