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Wayne Tilcock—The Enterprise/AP
Man on the Wire

The Prevalence of Pepper Spray in Protests

Nothing disperses a crowd like a shot of chili pepper to the eye. A number of incidents have called attention to the liberal usage of the spray against protesters appearing both defenseless and peaceful.

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© Kishin Shinoyama
Out There

After the Storm: Post-Tsunami Japan by Kishin Shinoyama

Within weeks of the Japan tsunami this March, Tokyo-born photographer Kishin Shinoyama brought his camera to the scene and captured a land ripped apart.

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Lourdes Jeannette
In Progress

Blood Ties: A Photographer Captures Gang Culture In Her Family

Lourdes Jeannette documents the daily life of a group based in Tampa, Florida.

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Louai Beshara—AFP/Getty Images

Pictures of the Week, November 11–18

From demonstrations in support of Iran's nuclear program and Berlusconi's resignation to a castle in the sky and a tiny African nation's preparations for the Pope's visit, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Massimo Berruti—Agence VU
Out There

Lashkars in Pakistan by Massimo Berruti

With a generous grant Massimo Berruti was holed up in the Swat Valley in Pakistan for three months early this year, right around the time when dozens of other photographers were off shooting the Arab Spring. The results are in his new book Lashkars and exhibition in Paris.

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Joakim Eskildsen for TIME
Photo Essay

Below The Line: Portraits of American Poverty

Danish photographer Joakim Eskildsen traveled to five states to document the growing crisis. His photographs appear in the new issue of TIME.

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The Backstory

Behind the Cover: Jamie Chung on Photographing the Hummingbird Drone

TIME's new issue looks at the 50 best inventions of 2011.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for Time
Out There

Are You In This Picture?

From rallies and revolutions to weddings and celebrations, TIME has photographed all the big news events of the year. Now we want to know if we photographed you.

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Out There

Fantasy By Benetton: Feuding World Leaders Get to First Base

Hardly a stranger to edgy advertisements, the Italian clothing company continues its penchant for controversy with a new campaign that features images of various political and religious world leaders kissing.

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Christopher Churchill
Out There

Christopher Churchill on American Faith

In 2004, Christopher Churchill began a personal journey with his old 8x10 camera, driving thousands of miles across the country to photograph an America that felt divided and caught in the middle of a cultural tension.

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