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Jim Goldberg—Magnum
Photo Essay

A Mini Utopia: Jim Goldberg’s Portraits from Bonnaroo

An amazing array of really bad tattoos, food you shouldn’t eat, really loaded people having a really good time, and incredible music—all part of this year’s festival in Manchester, Tenn.

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USA
Closeup

The Best Pictures of the Week, June 10 – June 17

This week: A butterfly in the midst of the Arizona wildfire; balloons of peace and protest; the world’s tallest statue of Christ; demonstrations in Greece; a “kissing couple” amongst the rioting hockey fans in Vancouver; a flaming blimp; a capsized […]

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Brooks Kraft—Corbis for TIME
Photo Essay

The Race Begins: Republicans Take Over New Hampshire

Brooks Kraft spent the weekend documenting the first step in the long road to the 2012 presidential election…with his phone.

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Moises Saman—Magnum
Photo Essay

Theater of War: Inside Gaddafi’s Libya

From February 26th to April 7th, 2011, Moises Saman was one of the few western photographers allowed to work in Tripoli—as a “guest” of the Gaddafi regime.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for the Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund
Out There

Top Honors For Yuri Kozyrev At Visa Pour L’Image

Just minutes ago, top honors were awarded to TIME Contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev at the prestigious international photo festival, Visa Pour L’Image. Kozyrev received the Visa D’or for his work covering the Arab Spring since January of this year. Here lightBox takes a look back.

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Golan Heights
Closeup

The Best Pictures of the Week, June 3 – June 10

This Week: the Puyehue Volcano erupts in Chile, Syrian demonstrators are killed by Israeli troops in the Golan Heights; the Iranian women’s soccer team banned from the 2012 Olympics; Anti-government protesters in Yemen celebrate President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s departure to […]

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Joachim Ladefoged—VII for TIME
Photo Essay

Let the Graduations Commence: The Class of 2011

For one week, VII photographer Joachim Ladefoged traveled the nation, attending six commencement ceremonies at schools in all parts of the country. From institutions like the United States Military Academy at West Point to Reed College in Portland, Ore., Ladefoged documented the stoicism, uncertainty, excitement and fear that rides along with this year’s graduating class of seniors.

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Claudio Santana—AFP/Getty Images
Man on the Wire

Chile’s Puyehue Volcano

After laying dormant for nearly half a century, the Puyehue volcano in southern Chile erupted on Saturday, shooting a column of ash and gas six miles into the sky and prompting the evacuation of more than 3,500 residents. Here’s some of the best images photographers captured in the past 24 hours.

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Dominic Nahr—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

A Perilous Threat to Rhinos

There are two groups of people shooting rhinos in southern Africa today. The first are poachers, who shoot to kill, then hack off horns and gouge out eyes. The second are game wardens, who stun with tranquilizer darts, then insert tracker microchips into the horn. TIME contract photographer Dominic Nahr captures both.

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Germany
Closeup

The Best Pictures of the Week, May 27 – June 3

This week: a merry-go-round turns inside a former nuclear plant; artillery fire along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border; a one-and-a-half year old boy is killed in Libya by Gaddafi’s forces, military maneuvers and youth movements in Spain; Indonesia’s dog slaughterhouses; The White Soldier; […]

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