Topic: Egypt

Wang Yiou—Landov
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: December 7 – December 14

From the elementary school shooting in Connecticut and continued protests in Egypt to Syrian refugees in Turkey and the Pope’s first tweet, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Moises Saman—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

Photographing the Clashes in Cairo

Magnum photographer Moises Saman photographed clashes on the streets of Cairo for this week’s issue of TIME.

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Barcroft Media / Landov
Man on the Wire

Finding Beauty: Fractal Patterns on Earth as Seen from Space

Over the past two years Professor Paul Bourke has scoured all four corners of the world—via Google Earth—to find incredible geometric structures of a similar nature.

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Gary Hershorn—Reuters
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Pictures of the Week: September 7 – September 14

From ceremonies commemorating September 11th and attacks on U.S. Embassies around the world to the Pencil Nebula in space and playtime weightlifting in North Korea, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Niklas Meltio–Corbis
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Pictures of the Week: August 31 – September 7

From an eruption on the sun and the death of Rev. Sun Myung Moon in South Korea to Redhead Day in the Netherlands and students heading back to school around the world, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Rémi Ochlik—IP3
Out There

Rémi Ochlik’s Revolutions

Revolutions, a book featuring the work of war photographer Rémi Ochlik, who was killed this spring in Syria, has just been published by Emphas.is. LightBox presents images from the book taken during conflicts in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Syria.

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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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Sarah Elliott
In Progress

After the Spring: Women of the Arab Revolution

As Libya and Egypt hold nationwide elections, LightBox presents the work of Sarah Elliott, whose photographs show those who had the most at stake after the revolutions: women.

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Daniel Ochoa de Olza—AP
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Pictures of the Week: June 29 – July 5

From South Sudan’s refugee crisis and Spain’s historic Euro 2012 win to the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team trials and a polar bear cub’s piggyback, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Asmaa Waguih–Reuters
The Backstory

A Mural in Cairo: The Backdrop Of A Revolution

A mural near Tahrir Square serves as a backdrop to the continuing revolution. Painted over and re-painted, it endures as a reminder of history and hope for the future.

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