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Kosovo marks 10 years of independence but its people remain divided

On Feb. 17, Kosovo celebrates the 10th anniversary of its independence from Serbia. Still not recognized by about 100 nations (including Russia, Spain, Greece and China), Kosovo is struggling to exist. Its population has lost hopes of a transparent governance structure, and international missions and military presence are still necessary to strengthen the state’s capacities […]

Forty-two photographers are sharing the limelight at the World Press Photo awards.

From thousands of images submitted, these six photographs are battling it out for the title of World Press Photo of 2017

Washington Post photographer Carolyn Van Houten's intimate images of America's iconic redwoods.

(Photo by Carolyn Van Houten/The Washington Post)

Kyler Zeleny has collected more than 6,000 Polaroids. He couldn't find who they belonged to so he set out to give them life by asking creative minds to write stories about them.

Photographer Nick Otto documents the six-day funeral for a respected Daoist priest following his death earlier this year.

The Norwegian painter was using more than a paint brush for self-portraiture.

(Edvard Munch/Courtesy of Munch Museum)

Claire Rosen sets up elaborate feasts where animals are invited to the table.

(Claire Rosen)

During a journey with international scientists in search of a virus in the Congo Republic, Washington Post photojournalist Melina Mara captured images of people along the remote rivers.

IMPFONDO, REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Villagers swim and play along the Oubangui River in the remote north eastern area of the Republic of Congo in the Impfondo area, Republic of Congo Tuesday August 29, 2017. A team of Center of Disease Control scientists traveled to this Central African nation to study the MonkeyPox virus on the ground. (Photo by Melina Mara/The Washington Post)

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