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Andrei Stenin, a Russian photojournalist, was born on December 22, 1980, in the town of Pechora.
2003: Started his career as a journalist writing for the Society sector of Rossiyskaya Gazeta; contributed to Gazeta.ru for several years.
2008: Worked as a stringer of Russian and foreign media outlets, including Itar-TASS, RIA Novosti, Kommersant, Reuters, the Associated Press and France Press.
2009: Started working at RIA Novosti as a photojournalist.
2014: Special correspondent of the Rossiya Segodnya Integrated Directorate of Photography.
Stenin received many prizes for his photographs, most of which he made in conflict areas, including two Silver Camera awards.
Andrei Stenin was on a business trip in eastern Ukraine when he went missing on August 5, 2014. According to a source, he may have been detained by the Ukrainian security service. Campaigns in support of Stenin, #FreeAndrew, were held around the world. People in many countries expressed their concern for him, and international public and professional organizations issued statements.
On September 3, 2014, it became known that Andrei Stenin had died in early August. The car he was driving was shelled and burned up on a motorway near Donetsk.
Andrei Stenin was awarded the Order of Courage (posthumously) for bravery and heroism in the performance of his professional duties.
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Football fans rally on Taksim Square, Istanbul.
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A man plays piano for the protesters in Taksim Square in Istanbul.
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Inside a burned and destroyed Coptic Christina church in the Minya province. During August 14-17 unrest following dispersal of Muslim Brotherhood camps and ousted Islamist President Morsi supporters by the police and the military, about 50 churches were destroyed or burned including 30 Orthodox Coptic churches, 14 Catholic churches and monasteries as well as 6 Protestant prayer houses.
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Policemen standing in a cordon in Independence Square.
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Berkut special foces and housing and utilities staff during a storm of the camp of the supporters of Ukraine's integration with the EU on Maidan Square in Kiev.
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Wounded Ukrainian paratroopers taken captive during a combat operation in Shakhtyorsk.
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