Photo Essay
The latest photo stories from TIME’s contributors.

Migrant Nation: Liu Jie Documents China’s Ongoing Transformation

Liu Jie

Chinese photographer Liu Jie photographed more than 20 villages in the Chinese countryside, documenting the separation of rural families due to urban migration.

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Rafael Fabrés
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Pacifying the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is bustling in preparation for the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics. Photographer Rafael Fabrés documented how Rio’s police force has radically shifted its fight against violence and drug trafficking in the city’s favelas.

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Alessio Romenzi
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Behind the Picture: Aleppo’s River of Death

After more than 70 bodies were discovered in a river outside Aleppo, Syria, TIME spoke with two photographers — Thomas Rassloff and Alessio Romenzi — about their experiences recording the aftermath of what is allegedly the largest massacre of the civil war in Syria.

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Abolfazl Nesaei
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The Aftermath of an Acid Attack in Iran

When Sommayeh Mehri asked for a divorce, her husband responded with a brutal acid attack. Iranian photographer Abolfazl Nesaei documents how Mehri and her daughters live with the scars.

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John Francis Peters
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Set Adrift in Western China

Photographer John Francis Peters’s road trip through China offers a glimpse at the subtle connections that define the country today.

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Happy 70th Birthday, Janis Joplin: Photos of the Young Blues Star

Janis Joplin’s 70th birthday would have been on Saturday. In tribute, LightBox presents a rare look into the young blues singer’s life by photographer Elliott Landy.

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Adam Ferguson—VII for TIME
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Burma Unbound: Photos from a Waking Nation by Adam Ferguson

Photographer Adam Ferguson traveled to Burma for this week’s issue of TIME, documenting a nation fractured along ethnic and religious lines.

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Dan Holdsworth—Brancolini Grimaldi, London
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The Digital Sublime: Dan Holdsworth’s Virtual Landscapes

By creating virtual versions of places such as the Grand Canyon and Yosemite, Dan Holdsworth responds to, and advances, the history of landscape photography.

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Image: Latif, son of Jam Pumhoom, got polio when he was 8 years old
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Endgame for an Enduring Disease? Pakistan’s Fight Against Polio

Twenty-three years after it was eradicated in the United States, polio still stalks Pakistan, one of three countries left in the world where the devastating disease is still endemic. Photographer Diego Ibarra Sánchez documented Pakistan’s struggle to get a handle on the disease.

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Eric Vandeville—ABACAPRESS.com
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2012: A Year of Strange Landscapes

TIME looks back on the byproducts of man’s folly and nature’s fury in a gallery of the year’s strange and surreal landscapes.

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