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Jonas Bendiksen
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See Soccer Fans React in Epic Slow Motion

As part of the team producing "Offside" — a Magnum-led project that sees Magnum photographers and a group of Brazilian image makers creatively visualize Brazil during the World Cup — Jonas Bendiksen has shot these epic, super slow-motion videos of soccer fans and amateur soccer players in action.

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Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers
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Pictures of the Week: July 4 – July 11

From Israel's deadly air offensive in Gaza and Brazil's humiliating World Cup exit to French Fashion week's modern attitude and a double wedding for wounded Ukrainian paratroopers, TIME presents the best photos of the week.

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Andrew Esiebo
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#LightBoxFF: Instagram as Revolutionary Media with Andrew Esiebo

Lagos-based photographer Andrew Esiebo says Instagram offers a new future for African photographers to show their work to the world without conforming to Western media ideals.

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Black Diamonds
Photo Essay

Nowhere to Go: Chronicling Soccer’s Human Trafficking Problem

Photographer Jason Andrew's "Black Diamonds" reveals the sordid underbelly of the world's most popular sport in Turkey and West Africa

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TIME Senior Editor Jonathan D. Woods is seen holding a 360Heros scuba rig as he shoots a 360 video of Aquarius Reef Base on June 15, 2014.
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Behind the Making of Deep Dive: TIME’s First 360 Degree Panoramic Underwater Video

Creating an interactive 360-degree panoramic video can be a technological challenge, especially when your subject is underwater. TIME goes behind-the-scenes of its Deep Dive project and speaks with 360Heros' Michael Kintner, who manufactured from scratch an underwater video rig

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Rohingye people, a Muslim population, living in Rakhine State on the northwest coast of Burma have been restricted to their villages and placed in Internally Displaced Peoples (IDP) camps by the Burmese government. They have been the victims of persecution and communal violence by numbers of the Buddhist majority in Rakhine. International NGO's such as MSF have been expelled by the government, leading to a soaring crisis in health care.Photograph by James Nachtwey.
Photo Essay

The Rohingya, Burma’s Forgotten Muslims by James Nachtwey

More than 140,000 minority Rohingya Muslims have been forced to live in camps, where NGOs have been evicted and disease and despair have taken root.

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China/personal project/[Sub/Urban]/on-going/ March 2014/Urbanisation/Guangzhou/picture by Sim Chi Yin / VII Stuck in a moment: In the middle of what is Guangzhou's new Central Business District, this one-time fishing village now lies in a half-demolished state and legal limbo as villagers challenge the government in court for more compensation for their land. Meanwhile, the new business district, with its posh hotels and plush office blocks has arisen all around the urban village which has now largely become cheap housing for migrant workers and remaining residents. All over China, people are being moved off the land and up into apartment blocks, and rural land turned into new towns, as China is swept by a government-engineered massive urbanisation push -- changing landscapes, livelihoods and lifestyles in a single generation. The past year was a watershed in the world’s most populous country: for the first time, there are more Chinese living in urban areas than rural ones.
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Sim Chi Yin Joins VII Photo as an Interim Member

After three years on VII Photo’s Mentor Program, China-based photographer Sim Chi Yin has joined the agency as a full member. She speaks to TIME about her plans and her transition from writing to photography.

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North Korean soldiers and civilians stand on a foot bridge to look at goldfish in a moat as they tour the grounds of Kumsusan Palace of the Sun, the mausoleum where the bodies of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il lie embalmed, in Pyongyang on April 25, 2013.
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David Guttenfelder: The Photographer as Explorer

After 20 years as an Associated Press photographer, David Guttenfelder is once again a freelancer. He speaks to TIME about his life at AP, his future plans and being named one of National Geographic’s new explorers.

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Arkan's Tigers kill and kick Bosnian Muslim civilians during the first battle for Bosnia in Bijeljina, Bosnia on March 31, 1992. T
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In Ukraine, A Battle of Words and Images

As the conflict in Ukraine continues, another battle rages far from the front lines – a battle between Russian news sites and a group of journalists accusing them of misrepresentation. The issue? The Kiev-based reporters say the sites are misusing, and even fabricating, news photographs filed from Ukraine.

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David_Favrod "Mishiko", 2012
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David Favrod’s Mysterious Memories at the Voies-Off Festival

The 2014 Voies-Off Festival supports emerging contemporary photographers from its location on the outskirts of Les Rencontres d'Arles, including David Favrod's visual exploration of public histories and personal memories.

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