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Paris terrorism photos not en Vogue, says magazine’s picture editor

In the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, many have been left asking why they happened and what can be done to prevent another deadly massacre. Meanwhile some — including Jeremy Corbyn — have asked why terrorist attacks in non-European countries appear to attract less attention. However, for one Vogue fashion journalist the question on her lips is to do with another matter entirely: why weren’t there any photos of a high standard?

Alessia Glaviano — Vogue Italia‘s senior photo editor — has taken to the net to ask why the photos documenting the attack were not of a higher standard.

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