Es bleibt die Hoffnung, dass Emmerson Mnangagwa mehr ist als ein Mugabe-Klon. (Bild: Ben Curtis / AP)

Es bleibt die Hoffnung, dass Emmerson Mnangagwa mehr ist als ein Mugabe-Klon. (Bild: Ben Curtis / AP)

Photos capture the brutality of Kenya’s police before the country’s presidential election next year.  Opposition supporters, some carrying rocks, flee from exploding tear gas grenades fired by riot police.  Photography by Ben Curtis.   Imagine standing next by to these people, trying to get a shot.

Photos capture the brutality of Kenya’s police before the country’s presidential election next year

Photo by Ben Curtis, Photography, Photojournalism, Fotojournalismus, Fotografie

Photo by Ben Curtis, Photography, Photojournalism, Fotojournalismus, Fotografie

A pile of 5,250 illegal weapons are burned by Kenyan police in Ngong, near Nairobi, in Kenya, 2016 - by Ben Curtis, UK

A pile of 5,250 illegal weapons are burned by Kenyan police in Ngong, near Nairobi, in Kenya, 2016 - by Ben Curtis, UK

A Kenyan riot police officer stomps on a protester in downtown Nairobi on May 16. Kenyan police have teargassed and beaten opposition supporters demanding the disbandment of the electoral authority over alleged bias and corruption. The 46 Most Powerful Photos Of 2016

The 46 Most Powerful Photos Of 2016

A Kenyan riot policeman repeatedly kicks a protester as he lies in the street. Photography by Ben Curtis

Puss in Boots - by Ben Curtis Jones<br>giclee on paper

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Credit: Ben Curtis/AP In this photograph by Ben Curtis, South Africans protest against the abduction of hundreds of schoolgirls in Nigeria b...

The 20 photographs of the week

Credit: Ben Curtis/AP In this photograph by Ben Curtis, South Africans protest against the abduction of hundreds of schoolgirls in Nigeria b.

In this photo taken Wednesday, March 26, 2014, Emmanuel Ndayisaba, left, who during the 1994 Rwandan genocide cut off with a machete the hand of Alice Mukarurinda, right, in the swamp where she was hiding and killed her baby girl, but who are now friends, recount their experiences of the genocide at Alice’s house in Nyamata, Rwanda. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) #Photography

She lost her baby daughter and her right hand to a manic killing spree. He wielded the machete that took both. Yet today, despite coming from opposite sides of an unspeakable shared past, Alice Mukarurinda and Emmanuel Ndayisaba are friends.

Credit: Ben Curtis/AP Some of the best photojournalism this week came from Rwanda as the 20-year anniversary of the genocide was commemorate...

The 20 photographs of the week

The Rwandan Genocide: 20 years later Rwandan children listen and pray during a Sunday morning service at the Saint-Famille Catholic church, the scene of many killings during the 1994 genocide, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Sunday, April (Ben Curtis/AP)

Protesters demonstrate in Nairobi after 28 non-Muslims were singled out and killed in a recent attack on a bus by al-Shabab militants. (Ben Curtis/AP)

Protesters demonstrate in Nairobi after 28 non-Muslims were singled out and killed in a recent attack on a bus by al-Shabab militants.

Nigerian women from the Hausa tribe queuing to vote for the presidential elections in Daura [1024x637] Photo by Ben Curtis

Nigerian women from the Hausa tribe queuing to vote for the presidential elections in Daura Photo by Ben Curtis -- OPENPICS.

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I swear I'm the only person on Earth who actually likes math

BEN CURTIS '04 UD HAND SIGNED 8X10 SIGNATURE SHOTS . $25.00. BEN CURTIS2004 UPPER DECKHAND SIGNED 8X10 SIGNATURE SHOTSCLICK ON IMAGE FOR CLEARER AND LARGER VIEW.ITEM PICTURED IS ACTUAL ITEM RECEIVED. ITEM IS SOLD AS IS, NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ON THIS ITEM.

BEN CURTIS '04 UD HAND SIGNED 8X10 SIGNATURE SHOTS . $25.00. BEN CURTIS2004 UPPER DECKHAND SIGNED 8X10 SIGNATURE SHOTSCLICK ON IMAGE FOR CLEARER AND LARGER VIEW.ITEM PICTURED IS ACTUAL ITEM RECEIVED. ITEM IS SOLD AS IS, NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ON THIS ITEM.

Dala in the Sahel belt of Chad - Ben Curtis/Associated Press

Ways of the wind

A dead donkey lies partially covered by the wind-swept sand in an area of desert where villagers take dead animals to avoid the smell and potential for disease affecting them, near the village of Dala in the Sahel belt of Chad.

Rwandan children listen and pray during a Sunday morning service at the Saint-Famille Catholic church, the scene of many killings during the 1994 genocide, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Sunday, April 6, 2014. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) Photography

Rwandan children listen and pray during a Sunday morning service at the Saint-Famille Catholic church, the scene of many killings during the 1994 genocide, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Sunday, April (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) Photography

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