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Inside Chernobyl

Scenes inside the Ukrainian power plant more than 30 years after a nuclear disaster permanently poisoned swathes of eastern Europe.

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 16

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 14

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 13

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 12

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Journey to Antarctica

Seals, penguins and glacial beauty on board the Arctic Sunrise, a Greenpeace ship making the journey to an area the European Union wants to make a safe haven for marine life from industrial fishing.

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Preparing for the International Space Station

American and Russian astronauts get ready for their mission to the ISS, where they will spend the next five months living and working.

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 11

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 10

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Journey on a caravan of misery

Poorer by the day, hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans have concluded that escape is their only option. With the country's currency virtually worthless and air travel beyond the reach of all but elites, buses have become Venezuela's caravans of misery, rolling day and night to its borders and returning largely empty to begin the process all over again. For nine days, a reporter and a photographer from Reuters accompanied the migrants as they headed for what they hoped were better days in Ecuador, Peru, Chile and Argentina.

For nearly 5,000 miles, they rolled through some of South America's most spectacular landscapes, including the vertiginous Andean mountain range and the world's driest desert in Chile. But even though the Venezuelans were awed by the views whizzing by their window, their minds were mostly on the land they had left behind - and the uncertainty facing them in the lands ahead.

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Benghazi’s buildings shattered by war

Many of Benghazi's landmark Ottoman and Italian-era buildings have been wrecked by years of war.

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 09

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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