A Lars Boering, managing director of World Press Photo © Marieke van der Velden

"Be nice" urges World Press Photo MD Lars Boering as the organisation withdraws Giovanni Troilo's images

Cover image by Catherine Losing and Anna Lomax, shot for Riposte magazine

Process, experiment & abstraction are the key themes for our April issue, which is now available to pre-order

VIDEO: How Dominic Hawgood created his first major solo show after winning BJP's International Photography Award

Cargo of Middle Passage, 1989

Rotimi Fani-Kayode died 25 years ago, exiled for the crime of homosexuality. As Nigeria adopts new anti-gay legislation, his legacy lives on

IN PICTURES: Dominic Hawgood's IPA-winning Under the Influence series launched to a packed-out crowd last night at the TJ Boulting gallery in central London

Twenty-five years ago, software designed by a self-taught coder allowed photographers, media publications, governments and artists to enhance and manipulate photography. How did photoshop change photography, and will the company survive?

The 25-year-old Moscow-based photographer Danila Tkachenko explores Russia's "secret cities" - the giant, snow-covered structures that once defined an era, and now lie in state

Carlo Bavagnoli, Biafra, c.1968

"Images can dehumanise us. They can make it easier to kill people,” says Mark Sealy, curator of Human Rights Human Wrongs, currently on exhibit at The Photographers' Gallery

You're invited to Dominic Hawgood's IPA-winning series Under the Influence, opening at the beautiful TJ Boulting Gallery in Fitzrovia, London

She died in a nursing home in Chicago, leaving a secret trove of photographs. Now she's been nominated for an Oscar. Leah Borromeo explores her life.

VIDEO: Watch how George Georgiou made Last Stop, his study of London's streets from the serendipitous perspective of the buses he rode as a teenager

From the series What remains (c) Sarker Protick

“By default a photograph stores the past, but it also has the ability to project itself in the future." Sarker Protick on his photo essay recognised by World Press Photo today

"We ended up back at Alex’s apartment, they did their thing, and I was a witness." Mads Nissen recounts how the Best News Photo of the year was created

First Prize Portraits Category, Singles: Raphaela Rosella, Australia. Laurinda waits in her purple dress for the bus that will take her to Sunday School in Moree, New South Wales. She is among the many socially isolated young women in disadvantaged communities in Australia facing entrenched poverty, racism, trans-generational trauma, violence, addiction, and a range of other barriers to health and well-being. © Raphaela Rosella

Judges look for powerful images that evoke emotion in the Portraits category of this year's World Press Photo

First Prize Spot News Category, Singles: Bulent Kilic, Turkey. A young girl is pictured after she was  wounded during clashes between riot police and prostestors, after the funeral of Berkin Elvan, the 15-year-old boy who died from injuries suffered during last year's anti-government protests on 12 March 2014 in Istanbul. Riot police fired tear gas and water cannon at protestors in the capital Ankara, while in Istbanbul, crowds shouting anti-government slogans lit a huge fire as they made their way to a cemetery for the burial of Berkin Elvan. © Bulent Kilic / Agence France-Presse

"You can see the shock in her eyes." Bulent Kilic relays the stories behind his two winning images in World Press Photo's Spot News singles category

The Final Game © Bao Tailiang, shooting for the Chengdu Economic Daily, which won the Sports Singles category

Manipulated images were entered into every category of World Press Photo - but sports was particularly bad

World Press Photo Contest 2015: The members of the specialised and general jury in Amsterdam (c) Bas de Meijer

Storytelling and news images beyond the cut and thrust of the action came to the fore in this year's World Press Photo

Ebola Virus for National Geographic Magazine. Medical staff at the Hastings Ebola Treatment Center escort a man in the throes of Ebola-induced delirium back into the isolation ward from which he escaped in Hastings, Sierra Leone, on Sunday, 23 November 2014. In a state of confusion, he emerged from the isolation ward and attempted to escape over the back wall of the complex before collapsing in a convulsive state. A complete breakdown of mental facilities is a common stage of advanced Ebola. The man pictured here died shortly after this picture was taken. © Pete Muller / Prime for National Geographic

The 2015 World Press Photo jury announces its list of winners after an intense period of judging at the contest's headquarters in Amsterdam

World Press Photo announces winner: "Today, terrorists use graphic images for propaganda. We have to respond with something more subtle, intense and thoughtful"

© Tsering Topgyal

You can vote for an overall winner of the Magnum 30 Under 30 Award, who have just announced their 30-long prize list