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Avec plus de 9 millions de passagers par jour, il est le plus grand d’Europe et détient le record du monde du respect des horaires. La ponctualité de la circulation y atteint 99,99%. Pendant les heures de pointes, près de 3 heures le matin et 3 heures le soir, il y a une rame toutes les 90 secondes. Moscou mai 2017. With more than 9 million passengers a day, it is the largest in Europe and holds the world record in respect of schedules. The punctuality of traffic reaches 99.99%. During peak hours, almost 3 hours in the morning and 3 hours in the evening, there is a train every 90 seconds. Moscow May 2017.

Inside the theater of Moscow’s metro

This underground theater is visually stunning, and its passengers seem to be from another era.

In 2017, a group of Washington Post photographers traveled to all 50 states and Washington, D.C., to photograph and talk to people about what they feel unites them to the rest of the country.

Foto Féminas helps promote the works of female photographers in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Founded in 1906, the modern version of the school takes on boys from all walks of life but still offers a maritime education.

Washington Post staff photographer Michael Robinson Chavez, in several trips to Mexico this year, photographed the toll of the United States’ thirst for drugs on Mexico.

Only 10 minutes away from the celebrated beaches of Acapulco, a dark world of extortion and murder exists. Coroners carry a body through Barranca de la Laja, an impoverished neighborhood with few roads, that clings to a hillside. The body, which had been decapitated and the legs dismembered, was buried in the floor of a residence in the chronically violent neighborhood. Violence and drug use in Mexico are on the increase, a by product of demand for drugs in the United States.

An American war photographer selects the work of a Russian war photographer.

Victoria Will's new book of Tintypes captures actors and directors at Sundance Film Festival.

Maggie Gyllenhaal. (Victoria Will)

Rania Matar uses photography to highlight the shared human experience, particularly that of women, in both the United States and the Middle East.

Brigitte and Huguette, Ghazir, Lebanon, 2014. (Rania Matar)

A veteran of covering the annual Army-Navy football game, Washington Post staff photographer Jonathan Newton shares his special view of the 2017 contest on a snowy day in Philadelphia.

Photographer Robert Pufleb and designer Nadine Schlieper offer an alternative take on Earth's satellite.

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