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Pictures of the Week: April 6 — April 13

From North Korea's rocket Unha-3 and the Trayvon Martin case to wildfires in the New York City metropolitan area and the 100th anniversary of the Titanic, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Denis Darzacq courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery
Out There

‘Act': Meditations on the Disabled Body

Nearly three years ago, Denis Darzacq began photographing people facing challenges such as cerebral palsy and Down’s Syndrome, which has culminated in a series called ACT, on display at New York City’s Laurence Miller Gallery though June 15.

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Lynsey Addario—The New York Times/Redux
Out There

The Gallery as Public Square: ‘Almost Dawn in Libya’

The 'Almost Dawn in Libya' project aims to show Libyans photographs taken during the civil war in their country and, in doing so, foster peace.

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Peter Hapak for TIME
Photo Essay

The Victims of Assad: Photographs by Peter Hapak

TIME was granted vast access during the first week of April to the Reyhanli and Yayladagi camps in Turkish territory to document, through words and pictures, the travails of the thousands who were fleeing Syria.

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James Nachtwey for TIME
Photo Essay

One Year Later at Minori-kai: James Nachtwey Returns to Japan

In a city on Japan's northeast coast, at a care center for the mentally and physically disabled, discussions about rebuilding what last year's tsunami destroyed are only just beginning.

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James Nachtwey for TIME
Photo Essay

Aung San Suu Kyi’s Path to Victory by James Nachtwey

James Nachtwey followed Aung San Suu Kyi on her road to an election victory in Burma.

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Herb Ritts—© Herb Ritts Foundation
Out There

Herb Ritts Retrospective: Naomi Campbell Remembers the Iconic Photographer

As a new exhibition celebrates the work of fashion photographer Herb Ritts, supermodel Naomi Campbell remembers the legendary lensman.

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Ambroise Tézenas courtesy Galerie Mélanie Rio
Out There

‘Dark Tourism': Ambroise Tézenas and the Pull of Death

Photographer Ambroise Tézenas immersed himself in the tourist experience at sites of death and destruction. The result is 'Dark Tourism,' now on view at Galerie Mélanie Rio in Nantes, France.

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Above: Ginsburg/Spaly Inc via Texts from Hillary; Below: Diana Walker for TIME
The Backstory

The Photograph That Has Everyone Texting Hillary Clinton

On April 4, the Tumblr Texts from Hillary launched a now-viral political meme of imaginary correspondences to the Secretary of State in her sunglasses.

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Oded Balilty—AP
Man on the Wire

Oded Balilty: The Art of Storytelling

AP photographer Oded Balilty's photographs reveal a quieter side of Israeli daily life—beyond the conflict.

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