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Davide Monteleone—VII for TIME
Photo Essay

Change in the Gobi: Mongolia’s Economic Boom

Mongolia is the most sparsely populated country on the planet, yet it is also, by some estimates, the world’s fastest growing economy. David Monteleone's photographs depict the industry, landscapes and people of this country of contrasts.

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Dan Winters
Out There

Last Launch: Dan Winters and the Shuttle Program

Dan Winters grew up during the golden age of space reporting and is one of the few who have mastered the craft of photographing space launches. The magnificent images in his new book, Last Launch, prove that he is a virtuoso at his work.

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Kevin Frayer—AP
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: August 3 – August 10

From the battle for Aleppo and prayers in Hiroshima to the second week of the London 2012 Olympics and sheep fighting in China, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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George Georgiou—Panos
In Progress

The Big Smoke by Bus: George Georgiou Photographs London

Photographer George Georgiou hopped on London's public bus system to document the outer reaches of his home city for his series 'Invisible: London.'

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Brenda Ann Kenneally
In Progress

The Boy from Troy

Brenda Ann Kenneally has spent more than eight years documenting the life of Donny, a young boy from Troy, N.Y. who has been plagued by emotional and behavioral disabilities. Kenneally investigates the complicated social systems that contributed to Donny's problems and the solutions that have started to help him get better.

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Erin Trieb
Out There

Erin Trieb’s Homecoming Project: Capturing War Through Veteran Tales

Sergeant Major Pat Corcoran might never have learned about those heroic efforts to save his life were it not for Erin Trieb, whose photographs will be added to a growing collection for The Homecoming Project, a non-profit organization she started to illuminate the ongoing issues of veterans from the past decades’ wars.

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Nicole Tung
Photo Essay

A Syrian Tragedy: One Family’s Horror

Photographer Nicole Tung writes for LightBox about the horror she witnessed during the battle between Assad loyalists and the Free Syrian Army in Aleppo, Syria.

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Dominic Nahr—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

Somalia in Transition: Photographs by Dominic Nahr

TIME contract photographer Dominic Nahr traveled to Somalia to photograph Mogadishu's return to life after 21 years of civil war.

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Thomas Peter—Reuters
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: July 27 – August 3

From protests in Yemen and a religious festival in Nicaragua to continued fighting in Syria and the summer Olympic games in London, TIME's photo department presents the best pictures of the week.

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Homai Vyarawalla Archive/The Alkazi Collection of Photography
Profile

Homai Vyarawalla: India’s First Female Photojournalist

Homai Vyarawalla, India's first female photojournalist, recently passed away at age 98. Sabeena Gadihoke, her biographer, writes for LightBox about Vyarawalla's prolific career and legacy.

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