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For a Female Boxer from Afghanistan, An Olympic Journey Ends

Afghan boxer Sadaf Rahimi's path to London has ended after the International Boxing Association decided on July 18 that she could not compete, citing concerns that boxing against opponents of much higher standards might threaten her safety in the ring.

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Pictures of the Week: July 13 – July 20

From America's worst drought in 50 years and fierce fighting in Syria to the shootings in Colorado and the start of Ramadan, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Lauren Lancaster for TIME
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The Living Book of Mormon

Every summer for the past 75 years, the earliest stories of Mormonism come to life, up high on the Hill Cumorah in Palmyra, N.Y. LightBox sent Lauren Lancaster to photograph the show and spoke to the 16-year-old playing Joseph Smith.

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Jim Naughten for TIME
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The Way We Were: 1948 London Olympians Look Back

Olympic medalists from the 1948 games in London remember their experiences in the post-war 'austerity' Olympics. Even with a tiny budget and a war-worn country, the athletes managed to have a good time.

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Behind the Covers: Martin Schoeller’s Portraits of the 2012 U.S. Olympians

In his portrait series of gold-medal hopefuls for TIME’s 2012 Olympics special issue, Martin Schoeller shows three U.S. team members—gymnast Gabby Douglas, runner Lolo Jones and swimmer Ryan Lochte—whose passion for sport isn’t contained by training center walls.

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Vincent Fournier
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Imagining the Future Animal

Vincent Fournier worked with animal geneticists to understand how creatures adapt to a changing world. His new work imagines what it would be like if rabbits were super intelligent, ibises had silicon claws and orchids tasted like bananas.

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Google Street View Goes to Antarctica

A new panorama of Antarctica by Google's Street View takes a look inside Ernest Shackleton's expeditionary huts, more than a century after they were built.

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MAJA DANIELS
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Into Oblivion: Documenting the Memory Loss from Alzheimer’s

Photographer Maja Daniels spent three years documenting the residents of an Alzheimer's ward in France, creating portraits that convey the frustrations and challenges of living with dementia.

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Carolyn Drake for TIME
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Camp Karolyi: An Enduring Legacy for U.S. Olympic Gymnasts

This is where every girl who wants to be an elite gymnast must come, at some point in her career, to pay tithings, in the form of blood, sweat, and often tears, to Martha Karolyi.

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Pictures of the Week: July 6 – July 13

From Libya's landmark election and America's heat wave to Spain's running of the bulls and captured Syrian Army soldiers, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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