Maha Kumbh Mela, Allahabad, India
The trading floors of the Lloyd's Building. At peak hours there can be as many as 5,500 people in the building.
Maha Kumbh Mela, Allahabad, India
My name is Mah-Bibi. I don’t know myself but people tell me I am 10. One of my brother’s is 5 and the other is 7. I take care of them. When my brothers are hungry they ask me for food. People tell me there is war but I only think about hunger.
Tony Blair and George Bush bid their farewells. This is their last meeting of Iraq War, Phase One. Within 24 hours the statue of Saddam will make its famous fall. There is a brief discussion on the British side of a 'victory celebration'. Perhaps later. P
Abbas, 15, works from six am until seven pm, seven days a week, 363 days a year. He has never been to school and can't read or write.
For over a month during the Rwandan genocide Flora lay unconscious under dead bodies and maggots until some children found her. Ten years on she stands in between two of her dead sister's children. 17 members of her family were killed in the genocide.
Tony Blair and George Bush bid their farewells. This is their last meeting of Iraq War, Phase One. Within 24 hours the statue of Saddam will make its famous fall. There is brief discussion on the British side of a 'victory celebration'.
The hall of the Blairs' flat is both playroom for the three-year-old Leo and a place for playing the blues.
The next time they meet for their weekly Wednesday meeting, Tony Blair will surrender the Seals of Office.
On seeing us with our video camera, sound boom and stills camera, these aspiring journalists fashioned discarded items from the local rubbish tip.
David Lewis, a regular at Franco's café on Jermyn Street, a popular haunt of locals and financiers.
A victim of sexual slavery.
These Tuareg used to own a hundred head of goats, cows, camels and donkeys per family. Armed bandits have stolen their camels and the drought has claimed all but 2 or 3 cows or goats.
Water is an expensive commodity in Luanda and a large portion of many Luandans’ income is spent on buying portable water.
An Afar boy with hand-made toy Kalashnikov and ammunition belt with grenades made from recycled materials.
For some, the search is not only for grazing pasture, food and water. Mahmoud's expedition is to secure a second wife.
Women leave the village church on their way to celebrate the baptism of a baby boy.
At dawn, a dead body was brought to the bottom of the cliff. Now that it has been hauled up to the entrance of the monastery complex by rope it will be buried on the flat summit.
President Hamid Karzai leaves the Arg (Palace). On the very rare occasions when he does, he has a large heavily-armed escort.
President Hamid Karzai during a rare quiet and unguarded moment as his strolls through the garden of his home in the Palace compound.
Insurer Andrew Barnes and a business associate enjoy lunch at Searcys private members' club at the hope of the Swiss Re building, aka the Gherkin.
Broken fire hydrant. Three times the fire brigade capped the hydrant, three times the children broke it open.
His Holiness Catholicos Aram I, Catholicos of the Armenians of the Great House of Cilicia and His Holiness Partriach Paulos of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church give thanks to our Lord Jesus Christ on the 15th anniversary of Patriach Paulos accession
Ayaz’s father died of Aids last year, so now Ayaz has to work ten-hour shifts sorting second hand clothing for 10 rupees to support his family. His mother didn't know that her husband had AIDS. She has never heard of the illness
Increasingly orphanages are becoming homes to the growing population of HIV+ children who have been abandoned by their parents.
19-year-old Romanian busker Francesca Romeno has lived in Lodnon for six months. Tourists pay to pose with her Queen mask.
The restored roof of the shrine complex, dating from 1425, around the grave of the 11th century Sufi poet and scholar Khwaja Abdullah Ansari (under the blue painted canopy in centre right). In order to protect historic plasterwork and interior murals, the
Arriving at a distribution centre
All serving British Prime Minister's attend an audience each Wednesday to brief Her Majesty the Queen on affairs of State and Government business.
The next time they meet, on Wednesday, Tony Blair will surrender the seals of office.