BlogPhotosTime : top 100 des images de l’année 2015

Time : top 100 des images de l’année 2015

Retour sur cette années 2015 avec les 100 photos sélectionnées par le TIME. De la crise des migrants, aux attentats de Paris en passant par le séisme au Népal, la guerre en Ukraine et la course présidentielle aux Etats-Unis, découvrez 100 clichés qui résument parfaitement cette année 2015.

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Protestation contre le troisième mandat de Pierre Nkurunziza – Burundi – 11 mai 2015

A protester wears grass around his face to obscure his identity during a protest against President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to run for a third term, in Bujumbura, Burundi, May 11. 2015. East African leaders will hold a summit in Tanzania on May 13 aimed at breaking the political deadlock in Burundi and ensuring the country holds peaceful elections, Tanzania's presidency says. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Cérémonie d’ouverture des Championnats du monde d’athlétisme – Pékin – 22 août 2015

Performers take part in the opening ceremony of the 2015 IAAF World Championships athletics event at the "Bird's Nest" National Stadium in Beijing on August 22, 2015. AFP PHOTO / FRED DUFOURFRED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images

AFP PHOTO / FRED DUFOURFRED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images

But de Carli Lloyd en finale de la Coupe du Monde de football – Vancouver – 5 juillet 2015

Jul 5, 2015; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; United States midfielder Carli Lloyd (10) celebrates with teammates after scoring against Japan during the first half of the final of the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup at BC Place Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports

Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports

Victoire de Serena Williams à Wimbledon – Londres – 11 juillet 2015

TOPSHOTS US player Serena Williams celebrates with the winner's trophy, the Venus Rosewater Dish, on the clubhouse balcony after her women's singles final victory over Spain's Garbine Muguruza on day twelve of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon, southwest London, on July 11, 2015. RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE -- AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNISADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images

ADRIAN DENNISADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images

Un béluga joueur à l’Hakkeijima Sea Paradise – Yokohama – 20 juillet 2015

TOPSHOTS A beluga whale sprays water towards visitors during a summer attraction at the Hakkeijima Sea Paradise aquarium in Yokohama, suburban Tokyo on July 20, 2015. Tokyo's temperature climbed over 34 degree Celsius on July 20, one day after the end of the rainy season. AFP PHOTO / Toshifumi KITAMURATOSHIFUMI KITAMURA/AFP/Getty Images

Toshifumi KITAMURATOSHIFUMI KITAMURA/AFP/Getty Images

Des vagues gigantesques lors du cyclone Marcia – Australie – 20 février 2015

epa04986336 YEARENDER 2015 FEBRUARY Young people take shelter from big sea waves due to the Tropical Cyclone Marcia on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, 20 February 2015. EPA/DAVE HUNT AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT

EPA/DAVE HUNT AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT

Johanara, 10 ans, apprend le surf – Bangladesh – 24 janvier 2015

10 year old Johanara surfs January 24, 2015. The Bangladeshi surf girls are a group of eight outgoing and spunky girls ranging in age from ten to thirteen†years old living and working in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Poverty is forcing them into an early adulthood, as they are obligated to shoulder the responsibility of earning money to help feed their families. Early each morning, rain or shine, they leave their homes and†make their way to the beach,†where they work selling jewelry and eggs until late into the night before returning home. Their families are unable survive without the girls' income. Most children who have been conscripted into the role of wage earners have little joy in their lives, but for the past year and a half they have been learning to surf and skateboard thanks to the efforts of 25-year old surfer, lifeguard, surfer, and beach worker Rashed Alam, his wife, American expat Venessa Rude, and the Coxs Bazar Lifesaving and Surf club. Surfing and skating empowers them, giving them an outlet to be children.

Allison Joyce- Redux

Nuage de neige après un tremblement de terre – Népal – 25 avril 2015

In this photograph taken on April 25, 2015, a cloud of snow and debris triggered by an earthquake flies towards Everest Base Camp, moments ahead of flattening part of the camp in the Himalayas. Rescuers in Nepal are searching frantically for survivors of a huge quake on April 25, that killed nearly 2,000, digging through rubble in the devastated capital Kathmandu and airlifting victims of an avalanche at Everest base camp. AFP PHOTO/ROBERTO SCHMIDTROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images

ROBERTO SCHMIDTROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images

Survivants d’une avalanche – Afghanistan – 28 février 2015

epaselect epa04641146 Survivors of an avalanche wait to receive relief goods distributed by an Army helicopter in Paryan district of Panjshir province, Afghanistan, 28 February 2015. According to local officials rescue teams restarted operations to find the victims of avalanches in Afghanistan's north-east as the total bodies found to at least 184 bodies in different areas of Panjsher province, with the total overall casualties at least 233 in various avalanche affected areas. EPA/HEDAYATULLAH AMID

EPA/HEDAYATULLAH AMID

New York sous le verglas – 20 février 2015

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 20: Ice floes are viewed along the Hudson River in Manhattan on a frigidly cold day February 20, 2015 in New York City. New York, and much of the East Coast and Western United States is experiencing unusually cold weather with temperatures in the teens and the wind chill factor making it feel well below zero. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) *** BESTPIX ***

Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Maison bombardée – Donetsk – 22 janvier 2015

epa04986316 YEARENDER 2015 JANUARY A general view of the kindergarten No9 which was shelled in Debaltseve, Donetsk area, Ukraine, 22 January 2015. The violence in eastern Ukraine surged again amid reports that government troops gave up Donetsk airport after months of fighting against pro-Russian separatists. EPA/ANASTASIA VLASOVA

EPA/ANASTASIA VLASOVA

Yulia Novomlynets, 18 ans, attend de se faire soigner – Donetsk – 17 février 2015

epaselect epa04623992 Yulia Novomlynets (18) waits in a line to receive the humanitarian aid in the local Palace of Culture which is used as a bomb shelter in Mironovka village, near Debaltseve of Donetsk area, Ukraine, 17 February 2015. Fighting escalates in eastern Ukraine, only hours after German Chancellor Merkel discusses the implementation of a three-day old ceasefire with Ukrainian President Poroshenko and Russian President Putin, who heads to Budapest. EPA/ANASTASIA VLASOVA

EPA/ANASTASIA VLASOVA

Funérailles d’Artiam (4ans) tué dans les bombardements – Kuivisevsky – 20 janvier 2015

Mourners gather around a coffin bearing Artiam, 4, who was killed in a Ukrainian army artillery strike, during his funeral in Kuivisevsky district on the outskirts of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015. At least three civilians were killed in shelling Tuesday in eastern Ukraine as fighting continued between government and rebel forces in the separatist-held city of Donetsk. (AP Photo/Manu Brabo)

AP Photo/Manu Brabo

Soldat ukrainiens – Artemivsk – 15 février 2015

ARTEMIVSK, UKRAINE - FEBRUARY 15: Ukrainian soldiers conduct operations along the road leading to the embattled town of Debaltseve on February 15, 2015. A ceasefire began at midnight between Pro-Russian Separatists and the Ukrainian forces brokered by the EU, Russia and Ukraine. Debaltseve has become the focal point with reportedly 8000 Ukrainian forces trapped in a bottleneck inside the city.

Ross McDonnell

Musa, soldat kurde, regarde les décombres – Kobane – 26 janvier 2015

TOPSHOTS Musa, a 25-year-old Kurdish marksman, stands atop a building as he looks at the destroyed Syrian town of Kobane, also known as Ain al-Arab, on January 30, 2015. Kurdish forces recaptured the town on the Turkish frontier on January 26, in a symbolic blow to the jihadists who have seized large swathes of territory in their onslaught across Syria and Iraq. AFP PHOTO/BULENT KILICBULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images

BULENT KILICBULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images

Un jeune garçon marche devant une barricade de bus – Alep – 15 mars 2015

A young boy walks past a makeshift barricade made of wreckages of buses to obstruct the view of regime snipers and to keep people safe, on March 14, 2015 in the rebel-held side of the northern Syrian city of Aleppo. Syria's conflict enters its fifth year on March 15, 2015 with the regime emboldened by shifting international attention and a growing humanitarian crisis exacerbated by the rise of the Islamic State group. AFP PHOTO / KARAM AL-MASRIKARAM AL-MASRI/AFP/Getty Images

KARAM AL-MASRIKARAM AL-MASRI/AFP/Getty Images

Evacuations après un bombardement – Alep – 9 juin 2015

TOPSHOTS Syrian rescue workers and citizens evacuate people from a building following a reported barrel bomb attack by Syrian government forces on the central al-Fardous rebel held neighbourhood of the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, on June 9, 2015. AFP PHOTO / KARAM AL-MASRI KARAM AL-MASRI/AFP/Getty Images

KARAM AL-MASRI/AFP/Getty Images

Jeune fille à l’hôpital – Douma – 22 août 2015

A wounded Syrian girl looks on at a make shift hospital in the rebel-held area of Douma, east of the capital Damascus, following shelling and air raids by Syrian government forces on August 22, 2015. At least 20 civilians and wounded or trapped 200 in Douma, a monitoring group said, just six days after regime air strikes killed more than 100 people and sparked international condemnation of one of the bloodiest government attacks in Syria's war. AFP PHOTO / ABD DOUMANY (Photo credit should read ABD DOUMANY/AFP/Getty Images)

ABD DOUMANY/AFP/Getty Images

Jeune femme prise de douleur après un accouchement – Inde – avril 2015

Nazreen Khatoon winces in pain as she is repositioned by a nurse as she lies gravely ill while suffering from severe postpartum anemia at the Tezpur Civil Hospital in Tezpur, Assam, India, April 2015. Khatoon delivered her son, Kashari Pam, roughly three weeks prior, and returned to the hospital about two weeks after delivery when her condition worsened. When we met her, she was in dire need of both blood and iron, and was not receiving either from the Tezpur Hospital; she was eventually referred to a private hospital, where she was able to receive better care, but at a great expense to the family. Many of Assam's state-run medical facilities are often overcrowded and unhygenic, with an insufficient number of doctors, and patients sprawled out in the floors and hallways due to a limited number of beds. Assam has the highest rate of women dying in chidbirth and from pregnancy-related causes in all of india, where roughly 50,000 women die annually in childbirth across the country. Many families in Assam work on the tea plantations, where there is a high rate of pregnant and lactating women who are severely anemic due to poor diets and little to no prenatal care, leading to a high number of pregnancy complications. (Credit: Lynsey Addario/ Getty Images reportage for Every Mother Counts)

Lynsey Addario/ Getty Images

Un jeune enfant souffrant de malnutrition est couvert d’un voile pendant sa guérison – Afghanistan – 6 avril 2015

Gul Ahmad, an infant boy suffering from acute malnutrition, is covered by his mother's scarf while being treated in the therapeutic feeding centre ward at the Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) administered Boost Hospital in Lashkar Gah, the capial of Helamnd Province in southern Afghanistan. Malnutrition, according to MSF staff, is a chronic problem in Afghanistan. In most cases it is not malnutrition that sees children admitted to hospital but an illness that has been brought on by the child's inability to fight off infection because its body is so degraded of vital nutrients. In infants in Afghanistan, malnutrition is often the result of mothers feeding their baby's formula or even tea instead of breast milk. The reason for this is generally a lack of access to information and education for new mothers.

Andrew Quilty – Oculi

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Comme le disait Verlaine, kikoo à tous. Mon manège à moi c’est le cinéma. Les films en noir et blanc c’est mon dada car je suis daltonien. Je ne suis pas trop 3D car je n’ai plus que deux dés chez moi. J’aime bien aussi la pub. La créative et non la créatine. Le sport également, pur et sans artifices. Cut. Elle est bonne, on la garde.


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