"It was a conscious thing to move the book away from scandal and towards white alliance."
Here are some of the winning editorial projects and single images from the 2015 International Kontinent Photography Awards, chosen from thousands of entries from 92 countries around the globe. Warning: Some of these images are graphic.
"The top 1% of the world’s population holds 50% of the world’s wealth, while the bottom 50% of the world’s population holds 1% of the wealth."
Cuteness in a bag.
"Being lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender is becoming more and more difficult in Russia as sexual minorities are facing discrimination, harassment, and violent attacks." Contains graphic images.
As a blanket ban on psychoactive substances moves closer, BuzzFeed News visits the Home Office's legal highs lab.
Two subscription boxes. One week. Loads of mild discomfort.
Photographer Anna Larson’s project Barely Different focuses on her two daughters, Semenesh and Haven, over a two-year period.
The computer program mimics what the human mind sees. We got inside Google’s brain and took our own pictures.
Lord Dobbs tells BuzzFeed News how Margaret Thatcher caused him to write House of Cards, why he believes in a small government, and why Ed Miliband wouldn't make a good lead character.
Ammar Awad photographs and talks to Palestinians embracing the Ramadan selfie trend in Jerusalem.
With her photo series Baldvin, Icelandic photographer Sigga Ella captures the beauty of women with alopecia, an autoimmune disorder that causes the loss of hair.The anonymous quotes in this piece are all taken from the project.
These nine men and women were among the first to respond when four suicide bombers struck London's transport system on Thursday 7 July 2005, killing 52 people.
Gabriela Herman is asking people with one or more gay parents about how it has affected them.
Glastonbury's six-week clean-up begins as 177,000 revellers begin heading home.
Photographer Corinna Kern's project A Place Called Home documents London's squatting scene.
Photographer Ivette Ivens wants to make public breastfeeding "a totally normal thing".
Hope you like your drinks chilled.
The 2015 iPhone Photography Award winners prove that great photography is in the eye, not the camera.