Topic: Gaddafi

Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

TIME’s Best Photojournalism of 2011

Sometimes words just aren’t enough. Our photojournalism this year offers the chance to not only see, but also feel the story.

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Green Renaissance—EPA
Closeup

TIME Picks the Most Surprising Photos of 2011

A cat with two faces, rail tracks buckled by the shifting earth after an earthquake in New Zealand, the police rescue of a girl held hostage by her father—these are just a few of the compelling and surprising images to have emerged beyond the main news cycle this year.

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Damir Sagolj—Reuters
Closeup

Pictures of the Week, October 21 – October 28

From the Turkey earthquake and Libya after Gaddafi to protests in Yemen and Halloween monsters, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Jehad Nga
Photo Essay

Return to Libya: Reflections on a Photographer’s Personal Conflict

After the fall of Tripoli, Jehad Nga returned to the country where he was raised to document his dream of a liberated people.

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Joao Silva—The New York Times
The Backstory

Banding Together for a Fallen Colleague: The Friends of Anton

A new website, Friends of Anton, launches in an effort to raise money for Anton Hammerl, a freelance photographer who was killed while covering the Libyan revolution.

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Germany
Closeup

The Best Pictures of the Week, August 19 – August 26

This week: Man walks a high wire, Gaddafi’s regime crumbles, the Pope past and present, World Youth Day, violence and famine in Somalia, idol makers, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, roadside attacks in Israel, burning NATO tankers in Pakistan, […]

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The Backstory

1960s Libya: A Glimpse of Life Before Gaddafi

As the owner of a hotel in 1960’s Libya, Mohamed Nga lived in the rarefied circles of Tripoli’s cosmopolitan society. His son, photographer Jehad Nga, writes about his father’s life before the Muammar Gaddafi regime.

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USA
Closeup

The Best Pictures of the Week, June 10 – June 17

This week: A butterfly in the midst of the Arizona wildfire; balloons of peace and protest; the world’s tallest statue of Christ; demonstrations in Greece; a “kissing couple” amongst the rioting hockey fans in Vancouver; a flaming blimp; a capsized […]

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Andrew Medichini—Pool/UPPA/Zuma Press
Closeup

Closeup: Best Pictures of the Week, April 29 – May 6

This week: The killing of Osama bin Laden and reactions to it from around the world; NATO bombs Muammar Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli, killing his son; the U.S. after tornadoes and flooding; remembering the Holocaust; the beatification of Pope John […]

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Anja Niedringhaus—AP
The Backstory

First Person: A Single Frame from the Conclusion of the Allied Air Strike on Libya by Anja Niedringhaus

Lightbox noticed a strange and unusual photograph among the many compelling images to come out of Libya and asked photographer Anja Niedringhaus for the backstory.

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