West Africa Ebola Outbreak
West Africa Ebola Outbreak

The Post's Michel du Cille spent several weeks documenting the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. 

West Africa Ebola Outbreak
West Africa Ebola Outbreak

In October we used several of du Cille's haunting photographs to help tell the story about how the international community had failed thus far in curbing the epidemic. 

West Africa Ebola Outbreak
West Africa Ebola Outbreak

In October we used several of du Cille's haunting photographs to help tell the story about how the international community had failed thus far in curbing the epidemic. 

Liberia Ebola Clinic
Liberia Ebola Clinic

Michel du Cille visited some of the earliest custom-built Ebola Treatment units in Liberia.

Ebola Survivors
Ebola Survivors

Michel du Cille photographed several Liberians who had been diagnosed with Ebola but survived the disease. The second chance at life, however, was not without it's challenges. Beautiful online presentation by Shelly Tan here.

Liberia's Food Crisis
Liberia's Food Crisis

As the Ebola epidemic raged, the nation struggled to feed itself. 

Life Beyond Ebola
Life Beyond Ebola

In November, Michel du Cille saw a vastly different Liberia from the one he saw in September. He found signs that life was regaining some normalcy as the epidemic seemed to be on the decline. 

Life Beyond Ebola
Life Beyond Ebola

In November, Michel du Cille saw a vastly different Liberia from the one he saw in September. He found signs that life was regaining some normalcy as the epidemic seemed to be on the decline. 

A Child's Journey
A Child's Journey

Michel du Cille photographed the story of the perilous journey a young child in a very remote area had to make to receive medical treatment. 

A Child's Journey
A Child's Journey

Michel du Cille photographed the story of the perilous journey a young child in a very remote area had to make to receive medical treatment. 

Children of War
Children of War

Freelance photojournalist Max Becherer made a series of portraits and performed interviews with children from Israel and Gaza after the war in the summer of 2014.

The End in their Sights
The End in their Sights

Post photojournalist Matt McClain documented a group of soldiers at Ft. Campbell, Ky., expected to be some of the last to deploy to Afghanistan. Online presentation here.

The End in their Sights
The End in their Sights

Post photojournalist Matt McClain documented a group of soldiers at Ft. Campbell, Ky., expected to be some of the last to deploy to Afghanistan.

Medicine Man
Medicine Man

Post photojournalist Linda Davidson worked on this story about a community dealing with allegations of sexual assault by a respected tribal healer. Online presentation here.

Medicine Man
Medicine Man

Post photojournalist Linda Davidson worked on this story about a community dealing with allegations of sexual assault by a respected tribal healer. 

Out of the Shadows
Out of the Shadows

In the wake of President Obama's announcing his executive action on immigration, I hired freelance photojournalists in Missouri, Texas and Nevada to document families affected in different ways by the changes in policy. Online presentation here.

Out of the Shadows
Out of the Shadows

In the wake of President Obama's announcing his executive action on immigration, I hired freelance photojournalists in Missouri, Texas and Nevada to document families affected in different ways by the changes in policy. 

Ferguson Decision
Ferguson Decision

Staff photographer Jahi Chikwendiu and freelance photojournalist Eric Thayer provided around-the-clock visual coverage from Ferguson, Mo. in the days surrounding the decision by a grand jury not to indict Darren Wilson.

Ferguson Decision Unrest
Ferguson Decision Unrest

Staff photographer Jahi Chikwendiu and freelance photojournalist Eric Thayer provided around-the-clock visual coverage from Ferguson, Mo. in the days surrounding the decision by a grand jury not to indict Darren Wilson.

Ferguson Burns
Ferguson Burns

As unrest continued in Ferguson, Mo. in the wake of the grand jury decision, we sent staff photographer Jahi Chikwendiu up in a helicopter to help give a sense of the scale of the destruction on the ground. 

ISIS Road Truckers
ISIS Road Truckers

Amman-based photojournalist Warrick Page photographed Jordanian truckers along one of the major routes through ISIS-controlled territory. More images were posted in an online gallery here

Iraq's Displaced
Iraq's Displaced

Freelance photojournalist Ayman Oghanna helped us show the diversity of experiences among the displaced people and refugees in Northern Iraq. More images online here.

Islamic State
Islamic State

Freelance photojournalist Erin Trieb worked near the front lines in a battle with the Islamic State to retake a town near Kirkuk, Iraq in early September.

Fleeing ISIS
Fleeing ISIS

As Islamic State militants stepped up attacks in Iraq, thousands of refugees fled for the border with Turkey. 

Leaving Syria
Leaving Syria

Attacks and threats of violence from ISIS led 100,000 Syrians to attempt to flee into Turkey in September. 

Kabul Road
Kabul Road

The Post's Afghanistan bureau chief Sudarsan Raghavan wrote a dispatch about how people live with constant threats of violence on one of Kabul's main roads.

Tower of Waste
Tower of Waste

For this piece by reporter David Fahrenthold on government waste, we used a mixture of wire photos and assigned portraits to illustrate a rocket test stand in Mississippi that was mothballed the day construction was finished.

As Indian as Yoga
As Indian as Yoga

An interesting vertical helped illustrate this story about India's yoga minister by Post correspondent Annie Gowen.

Scotland Stays
Scotland Stays

This photograph seemed to capture the mood of many hoping for Scottish independence after the referendum failed. 

West Africa Ebola Outbreak
West Africa Ebola Outbreak
West Africa Ebola Outbreak
Liberia Ebola Clinic
Ebola Survivors
Liberia's Food Crisis
Life Beyond Ebola
Life Beyond Ebola
A Child's Journey
A Child's Journey
Children of War
The End in their Sights
The End in their Sights
Medicine Man
Medicine Man
Out of the Shadows
Out of the Shadows
Ferguson Decision
Ferguson Decision Unrest
Ferguson Burns
ISIS Road Truckers
Iraq's Displaced
Islamic State
Fleeing ISIS
Leaving Syria
Kabul Road
Tower of Waste
As Indian as Yoga
Scotland Stays
West Africa Ebola Outbreak

The Post's Michel du Cille spent several weeks documenting the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. 

West Africa Ebola Outbreak

In October we used several of du Cille's haunting photographs to help tell the story about how the international community had failed thus far in curbing the epidemic. 

West Africa Ebola Outbreak

In October we used several of du Cille's haunting photographs to help tell the story about how the international community had failed thus far in curbing the epidemic. 

Liberia Ebola Clinic

Michel du Cille visited some of the earliest custom-built Ebola Treatment units in Liberia.

Ebola Survivors

Michel du Cille photographed several Liberians who had been diagnosed with Ebola but survived the disease. The second chance at life, however, was not without it's challenges. Beautiful online presentation by Shelly Tan here.

Liberia's Food Crisis

As the Ebola epidemic raged, the nation struggled to feed itself. 

Life Beyond Ebola

In November, Michel du Cille saw a vastly different Liberia from the one he saw in September. He found signs that life was regaining some normalcy as the epidemic seemed to be on the decline. 

Life Beyond Ebola

In November, Michel du Cille saw a vastly different Liberia from the one he saw in September. He found signs that life was regaining some normalcy as the epidemic seemed to be on the decline. 

A Child's Journey

Michel du Cille photographed the story of the perilous journey a young child in a very remote area had to make to receive medical treatment. 

A Child's Journey

Michel du Cille photographed the story of the perilous journey a young child in a very remote area had to make to receive medical treatment. 

Children of War

Freelance photojournalist Max Becherer made a series of portraits and performed interviews with children from Israel and Gaza after the war in the summer of 2014.

The End in their Sights

Post photojournalist Matt McClain documented a group of soldiers at Ft. Campbell, Ky., expected to be some of the last to deploy to Afghanistan. Online presentation here.

The End in their Sights

Post photojournalist Matt McClain documented a group of soldiers at Ft. Campbell, Ky., expected to be some of the last to deploy to Afghanistan.

Medicine Man

Post photojournalist Linda Davidson worked on this story about a community dealing with allegations of sexual assault by a respected tribal healer. Online presentation here.

Medicine Man

Post photojournalist Linda Davidson worked on this story about a community dealing with allegations of sexual assault by a respected tribal healer. 

Out of the Shadows

In the wake of President Obama's announcing his executive action on immigration, I hired freelance photojournalists in Missouri, Texas and Nevada to document families affected in different ways by the changes in policy. Online presentation here.

Out of the Shadows

In the wake of President Obama's announcing his executive action on immigration, I hired freelance photojournalists in Missouri, Texas and Nevada to document families affected in different ways by the changes in policy. 

Ferguson Decision

Staff photographer Jahi Chikwendiu and freelance photojournalist Eric Thayer provided around-the-clock visual coverage from Ferguson, Mo. in the days surrounding the decision by a grand jury not to indict Darren Wilson.

Ferguson Decision Unrest

Staff photographer Jahi Chikwendiu and freelance photojournalist Eric Thayer provided around-the-clock visual coverage from Ferguson, Mo. in the days surrounding the decision by a grand jury not to indict Darren Wilson.

Ferguson Burns

As unrest continued in Ferguson, Mo. in the wake of the grand jury decision, we sent staff photographer Jahi Chikwendiu up in a helicopter to help give a sense of the scale of the destruction on the ground. 

ISIS Road Truckers

Amman-based photojournalist Warrick Page photographed Jordanian truckers along one of the major routes through ISIS-controlled territory. More images were posted in an online gallery here

Iraq's Displaced

Freelance photojournalist Ayman Oghanna helped us show the diversity of experiences among the displaced people and refugees in Northern Iraq. More images online here.

Islamic State

Freelance photojournalist Erin Trieb worked near the front lines in a battle with the Islamic State to retake a town near Kirkuk, Iraq in early September.

Fleeing ISIS

As Islamic State militants stepped up attacks in Iraq, thousands of refugees fled for the border with Turkey. 

Leaving Syria

Attacks and threats of violence from ISIS led 100,000 Syrians to attempt to flee into Turkey in September. 

Kabul Road

The Post's Afghanistan bureau chief Sudarsan Raghavan wrote a dispatch about how people live with constant threats of violence on one of Kabul's main roads.

Tower of Waste

For this piece by reporter David Fahrenthold on government waste, we used a mixture of wire photos and assigned portraits to illustrate a rocket test stand in Mississippi that was mothballed the day construction was finished.

As Indian as Yoga

An interesting vertical helped illustrate this story about India's yoga minister by Post correspondent Annie Gowen.

Scotland Stays

This photograph seemed to capture the mood of many hoping for Scottish independence after the referendum failed. 

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