18-year-old student Sean Hawkey returns to the country of his birth – often called the most violent place in the world – for a new photo series.
In the past 24 hours, Spain has crossed too many red lines in Catalonia for a so-called democracy. The damage cannot be undone, explains Marta Bausells in Barcelona.
Photographer Ivar Wigan has been documenting Jamaican street style for 10 years. Then a friend's murder gave the project a new layer of meaning...
Journalist Óscar Martinez is on first name terms with the street gangs of El Salvador - the most violent country in the world outside an official war zone.
Journalist Luciana Nanci watched anti-coup demonstrations brutally repressed by police with tear gas, stun grenades and water cannons. This is what she saw.
The uniformed street gangs who inspired The Warriors were violent pillars of community identity, before being destroyed by gentrification and the drug trade.
The US is awash with guns, with firearms outnumbering people by over 40 million. One San Diego community is offering a unique solution: allowing people to drop in a gun and walk away with a gift. But will it be enough to stem the bloodshed?
In a culture of systemic overcrowding, job cuts and ever-increasing numbers of prisoners, violent altercations are becoming a familiar sight in jails across the UK. "Wholesale reform is needed," experts have warned.
From Mike Brown in Ferguson to Mark Duggan in London, black lives are being lost at the hands of police. But activists in the US and UK are coming together to share stories and fight for change.
Photographer Michael Zbieranowski’s Someplace Else project breaks into Instagram feeds to remind us just how commonplace and everyday shootings in the US have become.
Boogie reveals the hidden world of poverty and violence that exists in the shadows of cities around the world, from New York to Kingston, Jamaica. But what did he find on the streets of Rio?
Cartel Land profiles two vigilante movements who took up arms against drug cartels on opposite sides of the US-Mexico border, and asks what would you do in their shoes?