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Happy Birthday, Paul McCartney: 70 Iconic Images for 70 Years

K and K Ulf Kruger OHG/Redferns/Getty Images

In honor of Paul McCartney's 70th birthday on June 18, LightBox culled various photography archives to feature 70 iconic images of the Beatle—one for each year of his life.

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Nicole Tung
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As Syria Grieves: Photographs by Nicole Tung

Photojournalist Nicole Tung documented the aftermath of a mortar attack by Syrian Army forces last week. Here she writes about the harrowing images and a family suffering in grief.

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Courtesy of the artist and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta
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Shane Lavalette: Musical Heritage in the New South

Photographer Shane Lavalette turned to music in order to capture the American South for a project commissioned by the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.

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Gillian Laub for TIME
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Last Dance: American Proms by Gillian Laub

Gillian Laub crossed the country to capture the bittersweet anticipation and excitement of high-school proms for TIME.

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Martin Parr—Magnum
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Photographs of the ‘Great British Public’ in London

What does it mean to be British in 2012? That’s a question the London Festival of Photography has tried to answer with its headline show, “The Great British Public.”

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
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After the Revolution: Libya Photographed by Yuri Kozyrev

Abigail Hauslohner drove across Libya with photographer Yuri Kozyrev, and found a new country along the way.

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Greg Miller
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Joplin: One Year After the Tornado

Photographer Greg Miller traveled to Joplin, Mo., in the days leading up to the anniversary of the tornado that devastated the city last year.

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Nick Ballon
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Dust to Dust: The Mythical Graves of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Photographer Nick Ballon captures the intersection of fact and fiction in the Bolivian town where Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid are said to have died.

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Pete Muller—Amnesty International
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Inside South Sudan: Pete Muller Photographs Yida’s Refugees

Photographer Pete Muller—honored last night by the Overseas Press Club—spent a week in Yida, South Sudan and neighboring camps providing visual media support for an Amnesty International research mission looking into wide-ranging human rights concerns in the area.

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A soldier of the northern regime's army, the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF), lies dead, immersed in oil next to a leaking petroleum facility after heavy fighting with southern SPLA troops after they entered Heglig in mid April.
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Tracing the Consequences of War In Divided Sudan

Photojournalist Dominic Nahr recounts the difficulties of covering a war with quickly shifting front lines—and a complex map of rebellions and enmities.

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