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Reflections in a Pashtun Cinema

Omar Mullick

Photographer Omar Mullick has spent the last decade passing through the countries of Central Asia on assignment. He reflects on his photographs of a Pashtun cinema in Karachi, a space that defied the preconceived images of the region.

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Americans by Chris Morris
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‘Americans': Christopher Morris Captures a Nation Divided

TIME contract photographer Christopher Morris sought to make an anthropological study of America—not for this week, or for this past election cycle—but a body of work that future generations could look back on to get a sense of the country’s mood.

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Thomas P. Peschak
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The Shark Trade of the Arabian Sea

The shark trade is a thriving industry in the Arabian Peninsula. Last week, the European Union voted to tighten shark-fishing regulations. LightBox presents Thomas P. Peshak’s photographs of the industry that has put the region’s shark populations on the precipice of degradation.

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Image: Winterland, February 1968
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Happy 70th Birthday, Jimi Hendrix: Photos of an Incendiary Talent

On what would have been his 70th birthday, LightBox pays tribute to the guitar wizard through photos made by another iconoclastic creative force, the rock and roll photographer Jim Marshall.

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Jonathan Torgovnik—Reportage by Getty Images for TIME
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Generation of Orphans: South Africa’s Children of AIDS

Jonathan Torgovnik’s photographs put a face on the destructive legacy AIDS has brought upon the families of South Africa.

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Image: Seaside Heights, N.J.
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Flooded, Uprooted, Burned: The Tracks of Sandy on the Shore

After documenting the effects of Hurricane Sandy for TIME, photographer Stephen Wilkes took to the air to show the true extent of the storm’s impact.

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Image: Ervin Pridgen, 52, in his kitchen on the first floor of the Redfern Houses.
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In Sandy’s Shadow: How the Redfern Houses’ True Ordeal Began After the Storm

For many in Sandy’s path, the storm itself was terrifying. On Staten Island, houses collapsed, crushing people underneath; in Breezy Point, families fled blocks of homes in flames. But in Redfern, the real struggle began the next day, when it became clear that power wouldn’t return for weeks.

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image: A man pumping water from the river, Ningxia province.
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Root of the Nation: Zhang Kechun Photographs China’s Yellow River

Chengdu-based photographer Zhang Kechun spent two years photographing from the banks of China’s Yellow River. Though the lunar tones and low horizons feel foreboding, Zhang insists the project carries a message of hope.

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Matilde Gattoni
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Matilde Gattoni: The Swallows of Syria

On Friday, more than 11,000 refugees fled Syria in a single day. LightBox presents photographer Matilde Gattoni’s portraits of the swallows of Syria, female refugees seeking safety in Lebanon from the violence of their homeland.

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Image: Zimbabwe’s first high-density suburb, Mbare, lies south of the capital city, Harare
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Under Mugabe: Robin Hammond Records the Suffering of Zimbabwe

Living on a grant from the Carmignac Foundation, Robin Hammond’s work records the brutality and struggle of life in Zimbabwe under Mugabe.

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