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Gabriele Stabile
Out There

Refugee Hotel: Strangers in a Strange Land

Bewildered, exhausted, displaced and lost in their own thoughts, the subjects in Gabriele Stabile's new book, Refugee Hotel, have traveled far and suffered greatly. His photographs document refugees' first nights in America, spent anxiously in generic airport hotels as they await the beginning of their new lives.

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Moises Saman—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

TIME’s Best Photojournalism of 2012

Throughout 2012, TIME’s unparalleled photojournalists were there. At a time when so much hangs in the balance, bearing witness can be the most essential act — and that’s what we do. Here's the best of our commissioned photojournalism from 2012.

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Edouard Elias—Getty Images / Aug. 21, 2012
The Backstory

Syria’s Agony: The Photographs That Moved Them Most

As the civil war in Syria reaches even newer levels of horror, TIME asked 28 photojournalists to reflect on their most powerful work from the conflict over the last year. Often directly putting their lives at risk, these photographers have recorded agonizing and traumatic moments for the world to see.

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Ali Ali—EPA
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: November 30 – December 7

From violent protests in Egypt and smugglers tunnels in Gaza to The Duchess of Cambridge's pregnancy and the "Black Marble," — Earth photographed at night from space, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Omar Mullick
Photo Essay

Reflections in a Pashtun Cinema

Photographer Omar Mullick has spent the last decade passing through the countries of Central Asia on assignment. He reflects on his photographs of a Pashtun cinema in Karachi, a space that defied the preconceived images of the region.

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Image: Team Leader and Mine Captain, Rustenburg Platinum Mine, Rustenburg. 1971.
Out There

David Goldblatt Revisits “On the Mines”

LightBox presents exclusive images from the re-release of David Goldblatt's 'On the Mines,' the prolific South African photographer's documentation of the mining industry during apartheid.

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Image: Outhouse, Finger Mountain Wayside, 2009.
Out There

The Last Road North: Ben Huff’s Alaska

In a place where Walmart and McDonald's are now as ubiquitous as sourdoughs and homesteaders, photographer Ben Huff's project on the Dalton Highway embodies the confounding nature of America's 49th state.

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Americans by Chris Morris
Photo Essay

‘Americans’: Christopher Morris Captures a Nation Divided

TIME contract photographer Christopher Morris sought to make an anthropological study of America—not for this week, or for this past election cycle—but a body of work that future generations could look back on to get a sense of the country’s mood.

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Geert Vanden Wijngaert—AP
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: November 23 – 30

From protests in Egypt and life in the aftermath of the Gaza conflict to Myanmar's refugee camps and volcanic lava spilling into the ocean in Hawaii, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Thomas P. Peschak
Photo Essay

The Shark Trade of the Arabian Sea

The shark trade is a thriving industry in the Arabian Peninsula. Last week, the European Union voted to tighten shark-fishing regulations. LightBox presents Thomas P. Peshak's photographs of the industry that has put the region's shark populations on the precipice of degradation.

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