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Peter Biro Mar 3
"It was a pure moment of love and care, and such a pure moment for humanity." RIP who took one of the most poignant photos of the 2015 crisis.
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La Fotografía Magazine Mar 3
"My mission is to make sure that nobody can say: 'I didn't know'." D.E.P.
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Teuta Skenderi Mar 24
An ethnic Albanian boy from , carries a refugee child into Albanian soil to escape Serbian forces. Photographed by the one and only , 1998.
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Shivan Fazil Mar 3
Rest In Peace , a brilliant photographer, who documented, among others, the Kurdish humanitarian struggle after 1991 Uprising, the Syrian refugee crisis.
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Terre des hommes Hellas Mar 2
Farewell to a beautiful human being: The internationally acclaimed photojournalist, Yannis Behrakis, passed away yesterday leaving behind a huge legacy in emotions and pictures. He's been one of the best advocates for human rights. 💔 📸
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Gjeraqina Tuhina Mar 4
One of memorable moments in our lives that was registeres by the eye of . Photo of the father preparing the burrial of his son killed by Serbian forces in .
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aristea Mar 3
“My mission is to make sure that nobody can say: 'I didn't know.’” RIP . The world and Greece has lost a legendary photojournalist. Thank you for your remarkable and passionate contribution. One of finest.
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stefano dossi Mar 7
"nobody can say: I didn't know"
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Jeremy Bowen Mar 3
Very sad to hear that has died. He was a very good guy and a brilliant photographer.
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VII Mar 2
We mourn the death and celebrate the life of our dear and much-loved friend of 30 years, .
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Efthymios Costopoulos Mar 3
“My mission is to make sure that nobody can say: ‘I didn’t know’.” Photojournalist, , passed away yesterday leaving behind an immense legacy in emotions and pictures. The pic of a Syrian family off the Greek island of Lesbos won Behrakis' team the Prize.
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Es Se Mar 4
Pulitzer winner photographer
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Jorgos Papadakis Mar 3
"My mission was to capture history. It is up to you to decide what to do with it." So long
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We.The.People Mar 2
"We showed the world what was going on, and the world cared. It showed that humanity is still alive, we made for these unfortunate people’s voice to be heard. Now with a Pulitzer, we feel that our work has been professionally recognized." ~
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Zeina Awad Mar 3
“My mission is to tell you the story and then you decide what you want to do. My mission is to make sure that nobody can say: ‘I didn’t know’.” Rest In Peace, , thank you for bearing witness
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Annett Grimm 📝 Mar 3
“My mission is to make sure that nobody can say: ‘I didn’t know’.” – , Photographer 📷 (1960 – March 2, 2019) A brave & brilliant beholder of the best & worst of humankind. His critical eye will be missed.
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Oula.Ramadan Mar 3
A red sun is seen over a dinghy overcrowded with Syrian refugees drifting in the Aegean sea between Turkey and Greece after its motor broke down off the Greek island of Kos. RIP you will be remembered!
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Elena Mar 3
Replying to @elenacou
(An ethnic Albanian man places the body of two-year-old Mozzlum Sylmetaj into a coffin next to the coffins of three other family members killed by Yugoslav army troops as they were crossing into Kosovo from Albania.)
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NPPA Mar 3
Sending our condolences to the family and loved ones, gratitude for the work and artistry he contributed to photojournalism and prayers of peaceful rest.
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Teuta Skenderi Apr 23
Memories of war. May we never live them again. A Albanian boy, looks through a bullet hole in a bus window in the village of Lapushnik, near Prishtina. Photo by the one and only , May 1998.
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