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The winners of Sony’s World Photography Awards have been announced, and the winner of the Current Affairs category was Russia-born Ilya Pitalev, a photographer who works for RIA Novosti, a Russian and international news agency. His series on North Korea reveals how the regime celebrates it’s on going dominance of the state, and the lengths it goes to portray success to the wider world.

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Luc Busquin is both photographer and pilot. He likes to combine his two loves from his home in Phoenix, Arizona by capturing stunning shots of the clouds, the sky, and the land beneath it.