Manoocher Deghati has been photographing news, conflicts and social issues around the globe since 1978, starting with the Iranian revolution and then war with Iraq in his native Iran. After being forced into exile in 1985, he worked for several major agencies, magazines, and the United Nations, in Central America, northern Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East....
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