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September 2017

The Trump effects

in Visual Journalism

REUTERS – The January executive action called for the construction of a multibillion-dollar U.S.-Mexican border wall and detention facilities near the border. It also directed that 5,000 additional Border Patrol agents should be hired, subject to the availability of existing funding.…

This is your brain on art

in Visual Journalism

WASHINGHTON POST – If you think about it, having a great time at the theater defies logic in many ways. We’re surrounded by strangers, bombarded with unusual images and often faced with a wordless language of symbols. Yet, on a good…

Getting to grips with North Korea in 15 graphics

in Visual Journalism

SOUTH CINA MORNING POST – North Korea is never far from the media spotlight, as the rogue state’s nuclear weapons programme gathers momentum and its war of words with the United States threatens to spiral out of control. Here, we…

The Rohingya exodus: a desperate escape

in Multimedia articles/Visual Journalism

REUTERS –  The latest exodus of Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in northwest Myanmar has been called a potential “humanitarian catastrophe”. Around 313,000 refugees have crossed into Bangladesh since Rohingya militants attacked security forces in Rakhine state on August 25, prompting…

Thirty years of Atlantic hurricanes

in Data journalism

AXIOS VISUALS – Hurricane Irma is forecast to be the second major hurricane to stroke the mainland United States in as many weeks. With two devastating storms already in the books, the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season is shaping up to…

Nuclear North Korea

in Visual Journalism

REUTERS – North Korea conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test on Sunday, which it said was a successful detonation of an advanced hydrogen bomb. The country’s nuclear development began in the 1950s and has since grown into a…