Every year, Reuters recognises the work of one photographer, crowning them Photojournalist of the Year.
2016's title went to Sarajevo-born Damir Sagolj, who spent the year documenting some of the world's most important stories.
From the drug war in the Philippines to the Rio Olympics and the protests and excitement in response to North Korea's first congress in 36 years, Sagolj's images capture moments of joy, terror, and heartbreak from around the globe.
"Photojournalism is there to trigger interest, to make people learn more," the photographer told Reuters. "And in the long term, to be a visual reminder of how great, brutal, happy, sad and unfair the world once was."
Armed security forces take a part in a drug raid in Manila, Philippines, in October.
Kasandra Kate, 12, cries over the open coffin of her father Verigilio Mirano during his funeral at Navotas Public Cemetery in Manila, Philippines in October. He was killed by masked gunmen at his home in September.
Inmates sleep in the open at Quezon City Jail in Manila, Philippines in November.
Two girls play in central Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia in July.
Participants carry torches during a procession in Pyongyang, North Korea's main ceremonial square, a day after the ruling Workers' Party of Korea party wrapped up its first congress in 36 years.
U.S. Gymnast Simone Biles takes in her surroundings during the women's team final at the Rio Olympics, where she took home four golds and a bronze.
A cross hangs from the neck of an onlooker at the scene where a man was killed by unknown gunmen in Manila, Philippines in early October.
A girl and woman sit inside a car as firecrackers and fireworks explode celebrating the start of the Chinese New Year in Beijing just before midnight on February 7.
People look from inside a store as police investigate near the body of a man killed by unknown gunmen in Manila, Philippines in early October. A sign which translates to mean "I am a (drug) pusher, don't be like me" was found near the body.
Girls play guitars at the Mangyongdae Children's Palace in central Pyongyang, North Korea in May.
A subway worker walks away after a train departed the station in central Pyongyang, North Korea in May.
A woman working at the Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang textile mill fixes a machine during a government organised visit for foreign reporters in Pyongyang, North Korea in May.
A performer holds an umbrella as she and others wait for their turn to go on stage at the Longtan park as part of Chinese New Year celebrations in Beijing.
Fireworks explode over participants in a mass dance in Pyongyang, North Korea's main ceremonial square in May.
Performers wearing traditional clothes take pictures of themselves as they wait for delegations to arrive at the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) summit just outside Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia in July.
The mother and other relatives of Florjohn Cruz, who was killed in a police drug bust, mourn by his coffin during his funeral in Manila, Philippines in October.
Cameramen take position atop one of the buildings in Pyongyang, North Korea's main ceremonial square during a mass rally and parade, a day after the ruling party wrapped up its first congress in 36 years.