I choose these pictures from newspapers as they come, day by day, turning the pages. I have no prejudice when it comes to reporting the tragic consequences of idiocy. This week, of the 32 photographs I’ve selected, 15 depict violent events from the past and present. Wars, massacres, destruction, racism, hate, accidents: all these words are pleonastic, their meaning trivialized.
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