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USA. Chicago, Illinois. 1966. Muhammad ALI on a bridge overlooking the Chicago River and the city's skyline.
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Printing Money on Instagram: A Guide for Photographers

Can Instagram offer a new revenue source to photographers? Magnum Photos seems to think so as it offers, for a limited time, an unprecedented selection of prints from its roster of award-winning photographers

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PJL: June 2014 (Part 2)

Curated by Mikko Takkunen, a collection of the most interesting photojournalism and documentary photography from across the web.

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USA. New York. Long Island. US actress Marilyn MONROE. 1955.
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On Bloomsday, Marilyn Monroe Reading Joyce’s Ulysses

Eve Arnold once photographed Marilyn Monroe reading James Joyce's Ulysses. In a bathing suit. On Long Island.

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PALESTINIAN YOUTHS TAKE PART IN A SUMMER CAMP ORGANIZED BY THE HAMAS MOVEMENT IN RAFAH
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Pictures of the Week: June 6 – June 13

From the start of the 2014 World Cup and violent clashes in Mosul, Iraq, to Pope Francis' prayer for Peace in the Middle East and Angelina Jolie's impassioned pleas to end sexual violence in conflict, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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#LightBoxFF: 11 Photographers Capture the World Cup

Live the 2014 Soccer World Cup through the eyes of 11 photographers TIME has selected in partnership with the Photographic Museum of Humanity

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HONDURAS. Tegucigalpa. 2002. HONDURAS. Tegucigalpa. 2002.
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The World’s Love Affair With Soccer: A History in Photos

From the beaches of Rio de Janeiro to the busy streets of London to the stadiums of Buenos Aires, TIME presents a view of the global fervor around the big, beautiful game, seen through the eyes of Magnum Photos’ award-winning photographers.

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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - JUNE 2014: Carlos Henrique do Nascimento, 46, is known as Caíque. He is a bricklayer and goes to all the games Vasco play. Caíque is reputed to bring luck to the team. Vasco is his religion. He goes to all the games with a banner that reads ‘faith’ and the leaves of a rue plant that many people in Brazil believe brings luck. (Photo by Sebastián Liste/ Reportage by Getty Images)
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Football Comes Home: Soccer as Religion in Brazil

Brazil-based Sebastián Liste took these powerful photos of soccer fans and soccer players in Rio de Janeiro, for whom football is no mere pastime, it is a religion.

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A World of Selfies Adorns France’s Most Symbolic Monument

French street artist JR brings together 4160 selfies as his latest mass participation art project goes on show in Paris, France

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This is the closet thing I had to an image of my father. A cut out of him in my mother's photo album.
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Inventing My Father: Diana Markosian’s Long Journey Home

Photographer Diana Markosian traveled back to her native Armenia to reconnect with her father, a man with whom she'd had no contact since she was a child.

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Scott Alario—Courtesy Kristen Lorello New York
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Fatherhood and Folklore: Behind Scott Alario’s Photographic Fables

Photographer Scott Alario set out to create a fantasy land for his daughter in his lush, black and white photos. Now nearly six-years-old, she's calling the shots, and pushing his work in the direction of a dreamy documentary of family and fatherhood.

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