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Photo by Steve McCurry,
1991 | Kuwait
Under the black clouds of burning oil fields during
the Gulf War, camels forage desperately for shrubs and water in southern Kuwait. Front-line photographs of regions ravaged by human strife can also illuminate war’s environmental cost.