Topic: Morocco

A piece of wall under construction in the Jerusalem neighbourhood of Abu Dis at night. Occupied Palestinian Territories, March 2004.
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From Belfast to Baghdad, See the World’s Dividing Walls

Twenty five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it seems more and more separation walls are going up around the world. Photographer Kai Wiedenhöfer has spent seven years documenting them.

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John Glenn—NASA
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John Glenn, First American to Orbit the Earth, Turns 93

To say John Glenn was a pioneer would be something of an understatement. The Ohio native, who turns 93 on July 18, was one of the Mercury Seven, the first astronauts NASA ever sent into space

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Siege of Donetsk Airport
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Pictures of the Week: May 23 – May 30

From the Santa Barbara drive-by shootings and Ukrainian presidential elections to martial law in Thailand and Kim and Kanye’s wedding extravaganza, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Pictures of the Week: November 1 – November 8

From the election of New York’s new mayor and typhoon Haiyan hitting the Philippines to Prince Charles’ visit to India and a gorilla massage, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
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The New Islamists: Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev

Morocco’s Islamists are not seeking to take their country back to some ancient golden age, but instead trying to bring it to the 21st Century without losing its religious moorings.

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John Francis Peters
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Insha’Allah: Morocco’s Changing Culture

Photographer John Francis Peters explores the country’s current landscape, both environmental and social.

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Tiana Markova-Gold
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If You Smoke Cigarettes in Public: Prostitution in Morocco

The winners of the 20th Lange-Taylor prize, photographer Tiana Markova-Gold and writer Sarah Dohrmann, share an exclusive sneak peek of their project on sex workers in the nation.

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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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