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"Spice pet" Jared Miller, photographed on Skid Row in Los Angeles. Jeff Sharlet/Jeff Sharlet hide caption

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Human Connections Light Up 'This Brilliant Darkness'

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"Station Squabble," a photograph by Sam Rowley, on Wednesday won the LUMIX People's Choice Award for wildlife photography. Sam Rowley/Wildlife Photographer of the Year hide caption

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Mice Fight: Wildlife Photography Prize Goes To 'Cheeky' Moment At London Tube Station

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Supporters of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó take part in a march in Caracas in February 2019. Amid Venezuela's isolation and catastrophic economic conditions, Guaidó emerged as a key challenger to Nicolás Maduro's rule, but has had difficulty sustaining his initial mass momentum in support. Cristian Hernandez/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Gulalai Ismail, the Pakistani activist who fled the country after being threatened for taking a stand against sexual violence perpetrated by security forces. She was photographed in Brooklyn, where she is now seeking asylum. Tim McDonnell/NPR hide caption

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Façade of Chicago's first and only Hanukkah-themed pop-up bar in Wrigleyville. Nolis Anderson for NPR hide caption

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In Chicago, Hanukkah Now Has Its Own Pop-Up Bar Experience

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Iran's Lake Urmia has shriveled because of water mismanagement. Photographer Maximilian Mann traveled to northwest Iran to document life in the region. Here, a man walks in what used to be a river to the lake, now just salt. Maximilian Mann hide caption

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Maximilian Mann

Nesma (left) and Anys are Algerian siblings who came out to each other at a party. They live in Paris, and both identify as queer. "It now makes us stronger and committed together for the queer and Algerian causes," Anys says. Mikael Chukwuma Owunna hide caption

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