Topic: Central African Republic

A riot policeman uses a baton to hit a rioting University of Nairobi student in Kenya's capital Nairobi
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Pictures of the Week: May 16 – May 23

From the public opening of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum to unprecedented flooding in Bosnia and Serbia, from student protests in Kenya and a traveling panda, TIME presents the best photos of the week.

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Paris, France. 19 Mars 2014.Pierre Terdjman #dysturb
Out There

In Paris, Photojournalism Hits the Streets

French photojournalist Pierre Terdjman has decided to cut out the middle man. Frustrated to see magazines pass on his reports from Central African Republic, he’s taken to the streets – posting his images on Paris’ walls in a bid to bring the news directly to the people.

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Humanitarian Crisis in Central African Republic
The Backstory

Photographer Camille Lepage Killed in Central African Republic

The body of French photojournalist Camille Lepage was found in the Bouar region of Central African Republic, the French presidency said in a statement on Tuesday. Lepage, a young photographer committed to the deep documentation of under-covered conflicts in eastern and central Africa, was 26.

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Afghans play on a trampoline along Qargha Lake, on the outskirts of Kabul
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Pictures of the Week: April 25 – May 2

From tornadoes and floods across the US to the canonization of two popes, to preparations for the Kentucky Derby and witches on a train, TIME presents the best photos of the week.

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APTOPIX South Korea Ship Sinking
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Pictures of the Week April 18 – April 25

From mourning the victims of the South Korean ferry disaster to the one-year anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, to Obama in Japan and the running of the Boston Marathon, TIME presents the best photos of the week.

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Gulinga.
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Amid the Atrocities: William Daniels Returns to Central African Republic

Documentary photographer William Daniels captures Central African Republic at a moment of doubt, fear and uncertainty as a series of bloody clashes and violent attacks have plunged the country into one of its darkest periods in modern history.

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Menahem Kahana—AFP/Getty Images
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Pictures of the Week: February 14 – February 21

From deadly protests in Ukraine and a series of shocks at the Sochi Olympics to new waxworks of Ronald and Nancy Reagan and the start of Carnival in Rio, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Bangui.A FACA soldier (Central African army forces - the national army) wounded during fighting with Muslims wait to be treated at the community hospital in Bangui. He was shot during fighting with armed muslims who took arms to fight with christians.
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Witness to Collapse: William Daniels in Central African Republic

Two months after hundreds of people were killed during street fighting between mainly Muslim rebels and Christian vigilantes in Central African Republic, photojournalist William Daniels bears witness to a violent shift in the ground dynamic gripping the fragile nation.

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Kosovo Students Protest
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Pictures of the Week: January 31 – February 7

From the opening of the Winter Olympics in Sochi and mourning the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman to fighting horses in China and the world’s largest baby Jesus, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Central African Republic
Photo Essay

Amid the Violence: Central African Republic’s Looted Storefronts

Jerome Delay’s images of looted Muslim-owned stores in Bangui, the country’s capital, provide an unsettlingly quiet look at the results of the ongoing conflict.

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