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Ron Haviv spent seven years photographing the wars in Bosnia and Kosovo. Haviv's photographs of genocide have been used as evidence by the International War Crimes Tribunal. In an interview with NBC's Ann Curry for Depth of Field, Haviv says he receives satisfaction from knowing his work played a role in bringing justice for the victims. Depth of Field is a series of intimate conversations with the world's leading photojournalists who reveal the stories behind their most provocative and acclaimed images.