AP photographer Bilal Hussein displays one of his photos as part of the War Photographers series.
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Every Wednesday, the 19 episode FACT Production series delves into the life and work of some of the industry's most iconic figures to get the story behind the image.We want people to understand what is really happening in wars," said Shbaro.Today, we live in a world of free flowing information, images and videos. However, photojournalists are often accused of voyeurism, of exploiting people's suffering.However, photojournalists are also humans, capturing the fate of other humans. It is touching to see those occurrenceswhere these photographers bridge the gap and help people rather than just taking a picture and moving on to the next monstrous scene.However, Shbaro underlined her will to show artistic and meaningful images rather than just gore. The images selected aren't gratuitous and don't seem to glamorize violence, rather they are deep and powerful.
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