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Photographer Jerome Delay

Photographer Jerome Delay

Jerome Delay is AP’s chief photographer for Africa, based in Johannesburg. After working as an AP stringer in Denver, Colorado and as a staff photographer for Agence France-Presse (AFP) in Washington, DC, Delay has been on staff with th ... Show More

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APTOPIX Mali Fighting
A Malian man dressed in green walks between green doors of closed shops in Gao, northern Mali, Tuesday Feb. 5, 2013. Troops from France and Chad moved into Kidal in an effort to secure the strategic north Malian city, a French official said Tuesday, as the international force put further pressure on the Islamic extremists to push them out of their last major bastion of control in the north.(AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Burundi Political Tensions
Jafeh Hakizimana shows his wounds in the rural Bujumbura village of Kamesa, Burundi, Monday May 18, 2015. Hakizimana is one of three wounded overnight during an attack of his village by Imbonerakure pro-government militias. In Bujubura, the army has been deployed throughout the town as hundreds returned to the streets Monday to protest the president's decision to seek a third term. ( AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Central African Republic
An internally displaced girl looks at a passing French helicopter flying over the Don Bosco Center outside Banghi, Central African Republic, Saturday Dec. 7, 2013. Thousands fled on foot Saturday, as others ventured outside for the first in time in days only to bury their dead following the worst violence to wrack the lawless country in months. Don Bosco officials said over 10,000 seeked shelter for the night. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Burundi Political Tensions
A police officer keeps an eye on demonstrators as a water canon clears barricades in the Nyakabyga district of Bujumbura, Burundi, Friday, May 8, 2015. President Pierre Nkurunziza's officially filed to become a candidate for a potential third term in office. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Niger Hunger Brides
In this picture taken Wednesday, July 18, 2012, Zali Idy, 12, poses in her bedroom in the remote village of Hawkantaki, Niger. Zali was married in 2011. In January 2012, soon after she turned 12, she was carried on a bullock cart to her 23-year-old husband’s home. Even during the best of times, one out of every three girls in Niger marries before her 15th birthday, a rate of child marriage among the highest in the world, according to a UNICEF survey. Now this custom is being layered on top of a crisis. At times of severe drought, parents pushed to the wall by poverty and hunger are marrying their daughters at even younger ages. A girl married off is one less mouth to feed, and the dowry money she brings in goes to feed others. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay) PART OF A 15-PICTURE PACKAGE BY JEROME DELAY

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APTOPIX Guinea Ebola
Residents watch a French delegation led by Annick Girardin, the French development secretary, as they inaugurate the Macenta Ebola treatment center in Macenta, Guinea Conakry, Friday, Nov. 14, 2014. Girardin, who is on a three-day visit to the Ebola-stricken country, officially opened the Macenta Ebola treatment center, built by Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) and the French Red Cross and financed by France at a cost of 11 million euro (14 million US$). (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Mali Elections
Malian women walk around a polling station waiting for it to close in Mali's parliamentary elections in Gao, Northern Mali, Sunday Nov. 24, 2013. Malians trickled in to vote in legislative elections amid heavy security highlighting fears the poll could be sabotaged by rebel attacks. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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Europe And Africa Week In Pictures
Europe And Africa Week In Pictures - FILE - In this file photo dated Saturday, May 23, 2015, refugees who fled Burundi's violence and political tension wait to board a UN ship, at Kagunga on Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania, to be taken to the port city of Kigoma. An outbreak of cholera has infected 3,000 people in a Tanzanian border region where refugees fleeing political unrest in Burundi have massed, the U.N. Refugee Agency said Friday, May 22, 2015, with hundreds more cases being reported daily. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay, FILE)

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APTOPIX Mali Fighting
Bystanders stand by a French APC as a French Puma transport helicopter lands to test the field in the center of Niono, some 400 kms (300 miles) North of the capital Bamako Sunday Jan. 20, 2013. French troops encircled a key Malian town on Friday, trying to stop radical Islamists from striking against communities closer to the capital and cutting off their supply line, a French official said. The move around Diabaly came as French and Malian authorities said that the city whose capture prompted the French military intervention in the first place was no longer in the hands of the extremists. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Evergreen Enterprise World Abandoned Places Photo Gallery
In this July 23, 2013 photo, sand fills an abandoned house in Kolmanskop, Namibia. Kolmanskop, was a diamond mining town south of Namibia, build in 1908 and deserted in 1956. SInce then, the desert slowly reclaims its territory, with sand invading the buildings where 350 German colonists and more than 800 local workers lived during its hay-days of the 1920s. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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Liberia Ebola Essay
FILE - In this Thursday Oct. 2, 2014 file photo, Mercy Kennedy, 9, cries as community activists approach her outside her home on 72nd SKD Boulevard in Monrovia, Liberia, a day after her mother was taken away by an ambulance to an Ebola ward. Neighbors wailed Thursday upon learning that Mercy’s mother had died; she was among the cluster of cases that includes Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian man now hospitalized in Texas. On Thursday, little Mercy walked around in a daze in a torn nightgown and flip-flops, pulling up the fabric to wipe her tears as a group of workers from the neighborhood task force followed the sound of wailing through the thick grove of banana trees and corn plants. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay, File)

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APTOPIX Mali Fighting
A Malian man sits on a window sill to watch the Nigeria versus Mali Africa Cup of Nations semifinal soccer match taking place in South Africa, in Gao, northern Mali, Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Liberia Ebola
An Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) employee walks past drying safety boots at MSF's Ebola isolation and treatment center, in Monrovia, Liberia, Monday Sept. 29, 2014. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak in West Africa authorities are desperately waiting for shipments of aid to help in the fight of this deadly disease. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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Chad Central African Republic
Oumar Bintou, 14, sits in a small shop set in the Zafaye refugee camp, some 15 kms (10 miles) from downtown N'djamena, Chad, Wednesday March 11, 2015. Bintou, from Bangui , has been living in the camp for over a year with over 5000 other refugees of Chadian descent who fled the fighting in Central African Republic. Chad is also hosting thousands of refugees fleeing the current Boko Haram fighting in Nigeria. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Niger Hunger Brides
In this picture taken Friday, July 20, 2012, Sarey Amadou, 14, poses in her bedroom in the remote village of Hawkantaki, Niger. Even though the boy she had a crush on offered a dowry for her, her father insisted that she marry her first cousin, who lives several hours away in the larger village of Guidan Roumdji. Even during the best of times, one out of every three girls in Niger marries before her 15th birthday, a rate of child marriage among the highest in the world, according to a UNICEF survey. Now this custom is being layered on top of a crisis. At times of severe drought, parents pushed to the wall by poverty and hunger are marrying their daughters at even younger ages. A girl married off is one less mouth to feed, and the dowry money she brings in goes to feed others. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay) PART OF A 15-PICTURE PACKAGE BY JEROME DELAY

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APTOPIX Mali Fighting
Children walk on the Askia mausoleum, built in 1495 in Gao, northern Mali, Friday Feb. 15, 2013, one week after a suicide bomber on a motorcycle killed himself attempting to blow up an army checkpoint at the entrance of the town. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Central African Republic
A Muslim child sits inside the St. Pierre church where she and hundreds of other Muslims are seeking refuge in Boali, Central African Republic, some 80kms (50 miles) north-west of Bangui, Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Clashes erupted between Anti-Balaka Christians and Seleka militias as thousands of Muslims try to flee the looting of their neighborhoods, on the day of the inauguration of Central African Republic's interim President Catherine Samba-Panza. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Liberia Ebola
Nowa Paye, 9, is taken to an ambulance after showing signs of the Ebola infection in the village of Freeman Reserve, about 30 miles north of Monrovia, Liberia,Tuesday Sept. 30, 2014. Three members of District 13 ambulance service traveled to the village to pickup six suspected Ebola sufferers that had been quarantined by villagers. Aid donations are still inadequate, as the international community tries to increase the ability to care for the spiraling number of people infected with the disease which has hit Liberia the hardest. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX South Africa Elections
An ANC supporter waits for the ruling party president Jacob Zuma to arrive at a victory party downtown Johannesburg, South Africa, following the announcement of the results for the 2014 national election result Saturday May 10, 2014. South Africa's election commission completed a vote count that confirms the ruling African National Congress as the winner but also shows the strengthening of prominent opposition groups. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Central African Republic
A child carrying a bucket full of water walks in mud after a storm in the airport camp in Bangui, Central African Republic, Sunday Feb. 2, 2014. Over 130,000 have seemed refuge outside the airport, living in dismal conditions, as fighting between Muslim Seleka militias and Christian anti-Balaka factions continues and French and African Union forces struggle to contain the bloodshed. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Central African Republic
Christian residents jubilate as Seleka Muslim militias evacuate the Kasai camp in Bangui, Central African Republic, Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, to relocate and join other Selekas at the PK11 camp. The departure of the fighters was greeted with screams of joy from the crowd of hundreds that gathered to watch them leave for another camp in northern Bangui. “We are free! This is our new year!” they shouted. Seleka became deeply unpopular after they killed and tortured civilians after seizing power in March 2013. Their leader Michel Djotodia stepped down as president earlier this month and went into exile in Benin. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Central African Republic Unrest
People wounded in fighting between anti-Balaka and ex-seleka troops lie in the Community Hospital in Bangui, Central African Republic, Friday, Dec. 20, 2013. Gunfire erupted in and around the capital as Anti-Balaka forces engaged ex-seleka troops. After a period of relative calm, violence has flared anew in the Central African Republic with angry demonstrations against Chadian peacekeepers, shootouts at checkpoints and the destruction of a mosque. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Central African Republic
A displaced child walks through Bangui's monastery where she and over 10,000 others found refuge in Bangui, Central African Republic, Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013. French forces spread out across the town on Sunday, as Seleka forces kept their patrols despite an order to return to their barracks. Red cross officials say over 400 have died since Christian militias attacked the capital last Thursday. French President Francois Hollande announced Saturday that France was raising its deployment to 1,600 troops. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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APTOPIX Mali Elections
A Malian boy changes a light fixture at a polling station during Mali's parliamentary elections in Gao, Northern Mali, Sunday Nov. 24, 2013. Malians trickled in to vote in legislative elections amid heavy security highlighting fears the poll could be sabotaged by rebel attacks. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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