Antics in the Wild

This series of photos capture the simian race at their most human and picturesque, from travelling to sleeping to swimming and even "group hugging".

Overpopulation in Pictures

What does the effect of over 7 billion people do to our blue and green planet?

Winning photos: The Reuters Photojournalism Grant

We take a peek at the world through they eyes of tomorrow's photojournalists

The Daily Grind

Before rice gets processed, it must be dried. And while machines reign in today’s mills, one village in Bengal still does the job by hand

The Clothes On Their Backs

Mohammad Rakibul Hasan photographs the 'lucky ones' – Rohingya that made it to safety and are starting from nothing

Ancient Sirens

José Jeuland documents the culture and personalities of South Korea’s haenyeo, who make multiple dives each day to catch seafood in depths of up to 20m.

Melancholy

From the rugged mountains of the India to the gleaming business district of Singapore, Photographer Ravikumar Jambunathan uses black and white images to capture moments of transcendence.

A Boundless Land

The wildest terrain against the warmest moments. Photographer Michele Martinelli explores the lives of Mongolia’s nomadic people