Daniel Berehulak

New York Times

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Daniel Berehulak is a Pulitzer-prize winning photographer for the New York Times.

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A new level of ruthlessness is being encouraged and sanctioned by the President of the Philippines.

Behind the lens, capturing 'slaughter' in the Philippines

A new level of ruthlessness is being encouraged and sanctioned by the President of the Philippines.

from To the Point

A new level of ruthlessness is being encouraged and sanctioned by the President of the Philippines.

Behind the lens, capturing 'slaughter' in the Philippines

A new level of ruthlessness is being encouraged and sanctioned by the President of the Philippines.

from To the Point

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