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2017 Year in Review

Below are some of Ronen Tivony’s highlights from 2017 which was dominated by covering raging wildfires and protests.

New York Post: The photos from 2017 we’ll never forget

CNN Travel: 2017 World’s Best Travel Photos

The Wall Street Journal: Photos of the Day: Dec. 1

MSN: Best travel pictures of 2017

Yahoo News: Top 10 viral moments of 2017

BuzzFeed: 22 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week, Nov 3

Lonely Planet: Photos from around the world this week to inspire your wanderlust- Oct 27

People Magazine: Most Shocking Images of the Southern California Wildfire

The Wall Street Journal: Photos of the Day, Oct 29

Huffington Post: 50 Photos From 2017 That Show The Power Of Women’s Rage

Entertainment Weekly: Stan Lee’s LA Comic Con

MSN: 2017 Pride Month Best Pictures

Refinery29: The Best Photos Trending This Week

Teen Vogue: What to Know About the Yulin Dog Meat Festival, and What People Are Doing to Stop It

VICE News: The VICE Morning Bulletin

MSN: 50 Times Women Dominated in 2017

Fortune Magazine: California Fires: Pictures of the Inferno Devouring Napa

MSN: Aerial views of the famous landmarks around the world

Rolling Stone: The Trump Administration Just Attacked Birth Control Access

Cosmopolitan: Amber Rose SlutWalk 2017

MSN: Sports pictures of the month: Sept. 2017

BuzzFeed: 30 Devastating Images From Wildfires That Have Scorched The World

MSN: Weather pictures of the month: Nov 2017

Marie Claire: Powerful LGBT Pride Month Photos

New York Post: Weekend pride marches turned into anti-Trump protests

MSN: Week in Pictures: Sept 7

Glamour Magazine: How Our Conversations Around Pregnancy and Motherhood Changed in 2017

Sports Illustrated: Southern California wildfires: Rams cancel practice

CNN: Fierce wildfires feast on Southern California

MSN: Largest wildfire in Los Angeles history

Huffington Post: 29 Photos Of Love And Resistance Inspired By Trump’s Muslim Ban

BuzzFeed: This Is What 100 Years Of Women’s Protest Looks Like In The US

Bloomberg: The Ground Has Shifted on U.S. Health Care

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