World Press Photo - Best News Photos of the Year 2015

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Daily Life, 3rd prize stories. A group of friends from Alemão, a slum in Rio de Janeiro, formed a media collective called Papo Reto, or "straight talk". Social media allow them to report stories from their community otherwise ignored by traditional media.<br><br>In this photograph, Papo Reto collective members at Complexo do Alemao with a cableway station and cab in their back; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Feb. 8, 2015.

Daily Life, 3rd prize stories. A group of friends from Alemão, a slum in Rio de Janeiro, formed a media collective called Papo Reto, or "straight talk". Social media allow them to report stories from their community otherwise ignored by traditional media.<br><br>In this photograph, Papo Reto collective members at Complexo do Alemao with a cableway station and cab in their back; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Feb. 8, 2015.

Contemporary Issues, 1st prize stories. Series portraying the plight of Talibes, boys who live at Islamic schools known as Daaras in Senegal. Under the pretext of receiving a Quranic education, they are forced to beg in the streets while their religious guardians, or Marabout, collect their daily earnings. They often live in squalor and are abused and beaten.<br><br>In this photograph, Abdoulaye, 15, is a talibe imprisoned in a room with security bars to keep him from running away. Thies…

Contemporary Issues, 1st prize stories. Series portraying the plight of Talibes, boys who live at Islamic schools known as Daaras in Senegal. Under the pretext of receiving a Quranic education, they are forced to beg in the streets while their religious guardians, or Marabout, collect their daily earnings. They often live in squalor and are abused and beaten.<br><br>In this photograph, Abdoulaye, 15, is a talibe imprisoned in a room with security bars to keep him from running away. Thies…

Contemporary Issues, 3rd prize stories. Although they hadn't planned it, Emily and Kate got pregnant within weeks of each other through artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization, respectively. Their sons were born within four days of each other, and the couple embraced the challenge of raising the two babies at once.<br><br>Kate often kept Emily company while she took baths. Late in the pregnancy, particularly once Emily was overdue, she said that baths were one of the easiest ways…

Contemporary Issues, 3rd prize stories. Although they hadn't planned it, Emily and Kate got pregnant within weeks of each other through artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization, respectively. Their sons were born within four days of each other, and the couple embraced the challenge of raising the two babies at once.<br><br>Kate often kept Emily company while she took baths. Late in the pregnancy, particularly once Emily was overdue, she said that baths were one of the easiest ways…

Contemporary Issues, 2nd prize stories. Libyan migrants being rescued by the international medical relief organization Doctors Without Borders in the Mediterranean Sea.<br><br>In this photograph, an overcrowded rubber dinghy sails from Libya to Italy, Strait of Sicily, Mediterranean Sea, Aug. 26, 2015.

Contemporary Issues, 2nd prize stories. Libyan migrants being rescued by the international medical relief organization Doctors Without Borders in the Mediterranean Sea.<br><br>In this photograph, an overcrowded rubber dinghy sails from Libya to Italy, Strait of Sicily, Mediterranean Sea, Aug. 26, 2015.

Contemporary Issues, 2nd prize stories. Migrants wrapped in emergency blankets two days after being rescued catch sight of the Italian coast for the first time; Strait of Sicily, Mediterranean Sea, Aug. 23, 2015.

Contemporary Issues, 2nd prize stories. Migrants wrapped in emergency blankets two days after being rescued catch sight of the Italian coast for the first time; Strait of Sicily, Mediterranean Sea, Aug. 23, 2015.

Contemporary Issues, 2nd prize stories. Migrants climb on board of a rescue ship by Doctors without Borders to escape their sinking rubber dinghy. Strait of Sicily, Mediterranean Sea, Aug. 21, 2015.

Contemporary Issues, 2nd prize stories. Migrants climb on board of a rescue ship by Doctors without Borders to escape their sinking rubber dinghy. Strait of Sicily, Mediterranean Sea, Aug. 21, 2015.

Contemporary Issues, 2nd prize stories. Migrants rescued off the Libyan coast gather on the deck of the Doctors Without Borders rescue ship and attend a service; Strait of Sicily, Mediterranean Sea, Sept. 3, 2015.

Contemporary Issues, 2nd prize stories. Migrants rescued off the Libyan coast gather on the deck of the Doctors Without Borders rescue ship and attend a service; Strait of Sicily, Mediterranean Sea, Sept. 3, 2015.

Contemporary Issues, 1st prize stories. Former talibes cool off at SOS Talibe Centre in Bafata, Guinea-Bissau, where they are now taken care of by a charity. June 8, 2015.

Contemporary Issues, 1st prize stories. Former talibes cool off at SOS Talibe Centre in Bafata, Guinea-Bissau, where they are now taken care of by a charity. June 8, 2015.

Daily Life, 1st prize stories. A member of a German research team counts the number of penguin species and pairs as part of ongoing research on bird and penguin species in Antarctica; Fildes Bay, Antartica, Dec. 7, 2015.

Daily Life, 1st prize stories. A member of a German research team counts the number of penguin species and pairs as part of ongoing research on bird and penguin species in Antarctica; Fildes Bay, Antartica, Dec. 7, 2015.

Daily Life, 1st prize stories. The winter expedition crew of Russian research team and a Chilean scientist drink Samagon, a homemade vodka, in a bedroom of the Bellingshausen Antarctica base; Fildes Bay, Antartica, Dec. 28, 2015.

Daily Life, 1st prize stories. The winter expedition crew of Russian research team and a Chilean scientist drink Samagon, a homemade vodka, in a bedroom of the Bellingshausen Antarctica base; Fildes Bay, Antartica, Dec. 28, 2015.

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