Graffiti obituaries are becoming common features in Serbian urban landscapes, mapping out cities and neighborhoods according to affiliations to football clubs.
When Congolese government troops fled the town of Bunagana in 2012, they left behind their personal photos. Photographer Michele Sibiloni was there to collect them.
To honor the dead, burn paper replicas of luxury goods from Wi-Fi routers to race cars.
Hundreds of Tunisians have returned to the ancient trade of buying and selling across the Mediterranean.
La República de los Niños is a children’s theme park that represents the entire workings of a democratic city.
Once night falls in Kolkata, colorful bookstalls turn into a refuge for homeless migrants.