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    Photoville is a new Brooklyn-based photo destination, a pop-up village of freight containers transformed into temporary exhibition spaces, open from Sept. 19 to 29 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Martin Roemers embarked on "Metropolis" to document urbanization of the world's megacities. <a href="http://photovillenyc.org/about/" target="external">Click here for more Photoville info</a>
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    Child soldiers advance into battle on the outskirts of Monrovia, Liberia, June 2003. "Liberia: Remembering" includes the work of nine photojournalists who were in Monrovia at the end of the civil war in the summer of 2003.
    Mike Kamber/Photoville
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    "Reporting Our World" uses five key photographs to shine a light on domestic and global issues documented by newswomanAnn Curry. The images are brought to life utilizing augmented reality technology, creating an interactive, multimedia experience that connects Curry's broadcast journalism with her passion for photography.
    Ann Curry/Photoville
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    Donald Weber traveled through Russia and Ukraine meeting and living with ordinary people who had survived wars and conflict, the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and the fall of the Soviet Union. He began to see the modern state as a primitive, bloody and sacrificial rite of unnamed and unchecked power. "Interrogations" is on exhibit at Photoville.
    Donald Weber/Photoville
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    Sailors from the USS Kidd transport Somali pirates from the fishing vessel where they were captured to a small Navy craft to be transported for processing. The U.S. Navy broke up a high-seas pirate attack on a cargo ship in the Gulf of Oman, which the pirates' had used as their mother ship, and freed 13 Iranian hostages who had been held captive on board for more than a month.
    Tyler Hicks/The New York Times/Photoville
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    "River Gambia; a 1044KM African Odyssey" is a story about the River Gambia, one of Africa's last free-flowing major rivers, and the plan to build a massive hydroelectric dam on the river. Conservationists fear the dam will have massive environmental impact on many communities, as well as wildlife, that rely on the natural flow and seasonal rise and fall of the water.
    Jason Florio/Photoville
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    "Only in Burundi" features images from Anais Lopez and Eva Smallegange about Burundi with a positive outlook and personal stories of Koky, their guide and narrator. The exhibition shows photos in different sizesand thickness, with colored tape connecting different stories, to have viewers discover modern day Burundi through Koky's eyes.
    Anais Lopez
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    "501 Photographs" exhibit features photos by Nick Zinner, guitar player for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. "Sometimes an image can suggest more than it's showing," Zinner said, "and I need what it evokes to attempt to understand the world, or sometimes laugh or sigh, or simply just remember."
    Nick Zinner/Photoville
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    Almost a year after Hurricane Sandy hit the coastal areas of New York and New Jersey, the road to recovery is still long and hard. With so many images in the mass media depicting landscapes of devastation and disaster immediately after Hurricane Sandy, "How Sandy Hit Rockaway" focuses on the people affected by the disaster and the unique obstacles to recovery facing each individual.
    Kisha Bari/Photoville
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    Two people were reported killed and dozens injured when a row of apartments were destroyed, Nov. 19, 2012, in Gaza City.
    Tyler Hicks/The New York Times/Photoville
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