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The latest photo stories from TIME’s contributors.

Pussy Riot’s Next Act: Exclusive Photos of Life After Prison

Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME

TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev hung out with members of Pussy Riot, photographing their busy first days of freedom.

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Whoosh Shazam Chicapah!
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Living in a Real Life Faerieland

LightBox presents photographs documenting the rural gay experience at Faerieland, a colorful, communal sanctuary from a hostile world and a safe space to explore the complex relationships between spirituality, identity and sexuality.

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Moscow Russia February 03 2013 Svetlana Zakharova, prima ballerina of the Bolshoi Ballet, comes out for a curtain call with principal dancer Nikolai Tsiskaridze, who bows in the background, after a performance of Swan Lake on the historical stage of the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow on Feb. 3, 2013.
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TIME’s Best Photojournalism of 2013

From the tunnels deep underneath Moscow to the storm-ravaged aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, the halls of the White House and the chaos in the Central African Republic, TIME photographers captured some of the year’s most compelling news images.

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Paola Kudacki for TIME
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TIME’s Best Portraits of 2013

In a year when the still image maintained its unparalleled power to inform, to shock and, at times, to delight, TIME’s portraits once again put a human face on many of 2013’s most relevant and gripping stories.

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Vatican city ,Saint Peter's Square,PAPAL MASSClosing of the Year of Faithnov 24th 2013
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Photographing Pope Francis, TIME’s Person of the Year in 2013

Rome-based photographer Francesco Zizola reflects on his assignment to cover Pope Francis at the Vatican.

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A dozen bodies of christians (some antibalakas fighters and some civilians) lay down in front of the National Assembly (= parliament)
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Bloodshed in Bangui: A Day That Will Define Central African Republic

William Daniels photographed the latest Muslim-Christian attacks in Bangui, the capital of the beleaguered African nation.

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Koto Bolofo
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Robben Island: Nelson Mandela’s Prison Home

Koto Bolofo’s photographic study of the Robben Island prison that once held Nelson Mandela.

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Nelson Mandela- Photographs by David Turnley
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A Tribute to Nelson Mandela by Pulitzer Winner David Turnley

Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Turnley spent 28 years photographing South Africa’s struggles of apartheid. Documenting the life of Nelson Mandela and his people, Turnley reflects for LightBox on his memories of Nelson Mandela on the day of his release.

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A young girl whose family member Fleuri Doumana, 21, was killed 2 days before by a grenade launched by a member of the Seleka. The rebel group that took power in March 2013 carries out numerous exactions such as murders, kidnapping, torture... Bangui.
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The Crisis in the Central African Republic by William Daniels

On assignment for TIME, photographer William Daniels documented the conflict quickly escalating in the Central African Republic.

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Michael Galinsky
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Flashback to the Timeless Malls of the 1980s

In the winter of 1989, Michael Galinsky drove across the U.S. photographing malls and the people inside them. Looking back, it’s not where in the U.S. Galinsky photographed — it’s impossible to tell Indiana from Arkansas — but when.

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