Photograph by Carsten Peter
For decades, Libyans lived under a dictator who twisted their past. Now they must imagine their future.
Ruggedly independent, the Tuareg struggle to survive amid the turmoil of North Africa.
Armed with cell phones, social media, and sometimes just sheer determination, youth from North Africa to the Middle East are struggling to take ownership of their future.
A rare aerial look at Libya's remote Fezzan region, where ancient societies thrived and collapsed as the rains came and went.
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