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Photograph by Cédric Gerbehaye—Agence VU

Twenty years after the 1993 Oslo Accords, photographer Cédric Gerbehaye explores the reality facing those living under the consequences of a failed peace process in the West Bank with an interactive, multimedia documentary, Broken Hopes.

Photograph by Miquel Dewever-Plana—Agence VU

TodayWorld Press Photo announced the multimedia contest winning productions. Among the winners, Alma, a Tale of Violence has won first prize for interactive documentary: 

For five years, Alma belonged to one of the most violent gangs in Guatemala City. She has committed murder, battery, and brutality. Brutalized herself, she has been jailed many times.

With 18 murders a day, Guatemala is a country undermined by violence. Alma is typical of her generation, where youths grow up in a world in which laws and justice are flouted with impunity. Families mired in poverty, despair, and alcoholism destroy each other in gang warfare that has become an ordinary way of life – and death.

She was sentenced to death by her ‘homies’ the day she wanted to quit the gang. Yet she survived the bullets. Although she will never walk again, she is striving to rebuild her life.

For more information on World Press Photo, visit here. To see this work on LightBox, visit here.

(Authors and directors: Miquel Dewever-Plana and Isabelle Fougère. Producers: Alexandre Brachet and Margaux Missika. Photography and camera: Miquel Dewever-Plana. Text and interview: Isabelle Fougère. Drawings: Hugues Micol. Art direction: Sébastien Brothier. Music: Greg Corsaro. Editing: Lydia Decobert. Animation: Jérôme Gonçalvès. Technical director: Maxime Quintard. Flash developer: David Desprès)

At the age of 22, Alma told her “homies” (the members of her gang) that she wanted to leave. The retaliation came on the same day when two of them attempted to murder her. She survived, but is now paraplegic. (Photo:Miquel Dewever-Plana—Agence VU)

See more of Alma’s story on LightBox.

From the series Missing The Train (Downtown N/R at 59th Street), 2002-2006 

Neil Goldberg’s affinity for the collection of lives that is New York City is on view in his solo exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York, which has recently been extended to run through June 19. See more here.

Photographer Brendan Hoffman worked tirelessly to document the Iowa caucus for TIME. The result is a multimedia project showing what actually happens at a Republican caucus. See more here.

In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness month this October, Nancy Borowick shares her experience of photographing her mother’s second fight against the disease. See more here.

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