Topic: protest

St. Louis shooting protest
The Backstory

Two Radically Different Photos Embody Tensions in St. Louis

For the last two months, Laurie Skrivan, a staff photographer with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, has been documenting the protests that have gripped Ferguson, Mo. Out of the hundreds of images she’s produced since Michael Brown’s death, two, shot on Oct. 8, embody the strong tensions in the region

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Referendum in Donbass
Photo Essay

Jerome Sessini In Eastern Ukraine: Rebel Vote Turns Deadly

Magnum photographer Jerome Sessini captured the fallout as armed men identified as Ukrainian national guardsmen fired on a crowd gathered at polling location for a sovereignty referendum, deemed illegitimate by the government, in eastern Krasnoarmeisk.

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City of Dreams
Photo Essay

Playacting for Power in Istanbul: Portraits of Protesters and Soap Opera Stars

Following a long hiatus away from photography after being injured in Libya, photojournalist Guy Martin writes for LightBox about his newest project pairing the theatricality of Istanbul’s protests with the drama of its soap opera stages.

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South Africa Holds A National Day Of Prayer For Nelson Mandela
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Pictures of the Week: December 6 – December 13

From Obama’s selfie at Mandela’s memorial service and the execution of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s uncle to the continuing protests in Kiev and Santa snuggling with a shark, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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SOUTH AFRICA. Soweto. December 6, 2013. Reaction to the death of Nelson Mandela on the streets outside of his former home.
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Pictures of the Week: November 29 – December 6

From tributes to the life of Nelson Mandela and violent protests in Ukraine and Thailand to chaos in the Central African Republic and a rare cloud inversion filling in the Grand Canyon, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Putin visits Pope Francis
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Pictures of the Week: November 22 – November 29

From the Pope meeting Putin and the Central African Republic nearing the brink of civil war to Cyber Monday preparations and passing the Olympic Flame under water, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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APTOPIX Spain Sheep Crossing
Photo of the Day

Sheep March on the Streets

In TIME’s photo of the day, sheep march on the streets of Madrid

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Demonstration in Istanbul
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Pictures of the Week: June 7 – June 14

From ceremonies marking the six-month anniversary of the Sandy Hook massacre and continued unrest in Turkey to the recovery of a rare World War II German bomber from the sea and the newly renovated Nelson Mandela Center in South Africa, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Gezi Park Protests
Photo Essay

Turmoil in Istanbul: Guy Martin at Turkey’s Gezi Park Protests

Photographer Guy Martin writes for LightBox about his experiences on the periphery of the weekend’s tumultuous protests in Istanbul’s Gezi Park.

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War Is Personal
Photo Essay

The Hero in the Cowboy Hat: Carlos Arredondo’s Story, by Eugene Richards

After the tragic events at the Boston Marathon, a hero in a cowboy hat emerged. Carlos Arredondo was identified as helping Jeff Bauman in a now-iconic photograph appearing on front pages around the world. In 2006, Eugene Richards began photographing Arredondo, an anti-war activist, after he lost his first son in Iraq — eventually publishing his story in War is Personal. Richards spoke to LightBox about his relationship with Arredondo.

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