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Pictures of the Week: February 17 – February 24

From protests in Afghanistan and India's Mahashivratri festival to Olympic test events in London and Whitney Houston's funeral in New Jersey, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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80th Anniversary
Photo Essay

Happy 80th Birthday, Johnny Cash: Rare and Unpublished Photos of the Country Music Icon

To celebrate the anniversary of his birth on Feb. 26, here are photographs of the county-music master from the Sony Music Archive.

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Teun Voeten
Out There

The Disappearing Afghan Box Camera

The Afghan box camera—a homemade wooden device known as the kamra-e-faoree, meaning “instant camera”—has been used to preserve memories in Afghanistan for generations. But it is in danger of being forgotten.

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Courtesy the Artist / Eric Fischl and April Gornik
Out There

Cindy Sherman: The Heroine with a Thousand Faces

Cindy Sherman takes pictures only of herself, but she always insists she doesn’t make self-portraits. A retrospective of her work is on view Feb. 26 – June 11 at New York's Museum of Modern Art.

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Rémi Ochlik—Bureau 233/Polaris
Photo Essay

In Memoriam: Rémi Ochlik, 1983 – 2012

French photographer Rémi Ochlik was killed on Feb. 22 when Syrian forces bombed a makeshift media center in the besieged city of Homs. We present a tribute to this promising young photojournalist's work.

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Marco Grob for TIME
Photo Essay

Election 2012: Faces of the Latino Vote by Marco Grob

For the new issue of TIME, photographer Marco Grob spent a weekend chronicling the faces of Latino voters in Phoenix, Ariz.

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Ernesto Bazan
The Backstory

Camaraderie in Cuba: Ernesto Bazan’s Self-Publishing Philosophy

When the Cuban government cracked down on Ernesto Bazan's practice of teaching in 2006, the photographer turned to his students for help publishing his images.

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Rachel Hulin
In Progress

The Flying Baby

Exhausted and bored on an assignment, photographer Rachel Hulin thought it would be fun to make her baby fly. So her son Henry flew.

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James Nachtwey
Out There

Wim Wenders Presents the Dresden Peace Prize to James Nachtwey

On Feb. 11, James Nachtwey was awarded the Dresden International Peace Prize, an award given to those who go above and beyond to prevent violence. Oscar-nominated director Wim Wenders presented the prize.

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Dominic Nahr—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

Revolution Lost: Photographs by Dominic Nahr

After the miraculous 18-day revolt that ousted the authoritarian regime of President Hosni Mubarak, many proud Egyptians say the youth succeeded where decades of repressed and compromised opposition parties had not. But twelve months later, Tahrir Square is a ravaged and frustrated version of its former self. TIME contract photographer Dominic Nahr documents Egypt's struggling youth movement.

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