Topic: Mali

Jehad Nga for TIME
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Inside the Photographer’s Studio: Malick Sidibe

Jehad Nga photographs the small, storied one-room home and studio of renowned portrait artist Malick Sidibe, light years from the art centers of the world and exactly where he wants to be in his life and in his career — the same neighbor to Malians that he has always been, despite the fame that has gradually found him.

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Jerome Delay: Photographing Mali’s Invisible War

French photographer Jerome Delay has spent the past month photographing the unfolding conflict in Mali for the Associated Press. Here, LightBox presents a selection of his recent work alongside his reflections on his time in-country.

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Pictures of the Week: February 8 – February 15

From The Pope’s resignation and murder charges for Oscar Pistorius to carnival celebrations in Rio and a meteorite hitting Earth, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Pictures of the Week: February 1 – February 8

From Chicago gun violence and the exhumed body of Richard III to the world’s first “bionic man” and a bear walking a tightrope, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Pictures of the Week: January 25 – February 1

From a deadly nightclub fire in Brazil and French soldiers in Timbuktu, to Superbowl preparations in New Orleans and koala bears in China, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Pictures of the Week: January 18 – January 25

From the French intervention in Mali and the Obama daughters enjoying the Inauguration to the surreal, icy aftermath of a fire in Chicago and a headless princess in London, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Dominic Nahr—Magnum for TIME
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Travels Through Islam: The Sands, and Waters, of Time

In February 1352, Islamic scholar and explorer Ibn Battuta set off from the city of Sijilmasa at the edge of the Sahara to journey with a camel caravan to lands far to the south. TIME contract photographer Dominic Nahr follows his footsteps.

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