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Homosexual prisoners at Sachsenhausen camp wearing uniforms with pink badges, stand in columns under the supervision of SS guards.

Malte Wandel :: SEIN ODER HABEN, Southafrika and Mosambik.

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A boy badly burned by the Hiroshima bomb four years earlier, seen in 1949 by Carl Mydans

BELARUS. 1997. Novinki Asylum, Minsk. Three boys in a hallway. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

BELARUS (photographer Paul Fusco), 1997. Novinki Asylum for Chernobyl victims, Minsk.

BELARUS. 1997. Novinki Asylum, Minsk. After breakfast these boys are placed on mats in a hall where they rock and huddle all day. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

BELARUS. 1997. Novinki Asylum, Minsk. Two boys who are not able to walk, pause before they crawl off to join their friends in the yard. Paul Fusco/Magnum Phots

BELARUS (photographer Paul Fusco), 1997. Novinki Asylum for Chernobyl victims, Minsk.

BELARUS. MINSK. 1997. Novinki Asylum. This young boy cannot walk - he spends all of his days silently and alone on his bed. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

BELARUS. 1997. Novinki Asylum, Minsk. A young boy always crouches in fear and trembles if anyone gets too close to him. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

BELARUS. 1997. Novinki Asylum, Minsk. The boys on the floor. The boys are fed on the floor. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

Paul Fusco :: Chernobyl Legacy: Novinsky Asylum, Minsk, Belarus, 1997.

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TUNISIA. Tunis. January 18, 2011. Riots between police and demonstrators. Alex Majoli

Residents of West Berlin show children to their grandparents who reside on the Eastern side, 1961

Think twice about what candy companies you support this holiday season. Child slavery is alize and well and supported by our major chocolate corporations. Click here for a list of brands that DON'T use child slaves. List inc Hersheys and Reeses. Consider giving twizzlers and other such chocolate-free candies for Halloween and gifts.

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EuroMaidan, A bloody Feb. 18, as police and protesters face off after at least 22 killed, by Anastasia Vlasova

South Africa, 2000 - Care giver comforted an AIDS sufferer. (by James Nachtwey)

TUZLA, Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2/7/2014 — Violent protests by thousands of unpaid workers in a northern Bosnian city spread to other parts of the country Thursday and have morphed into widespread discontent in an election year about unemployment and rampant corruption.

TUZLA, Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2/7/2014 — Violent protests by thousands of unpaid workers in a northern Bosnian city spread to other parts of the country Thursday and have morphed into widespread discontent in an election year about unemployment and rampant corruption.