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Pictures of the Week: July 26 – August 2

From violence in Egypt and the first gay marriages in Rhode Island to Zimbabwe’s elections and a purple water cannon at a protest in Kashmir, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Pictures of the Week: July 19 – July 26

From the birth of the royal baby and the Pope’s visit to Brazil to the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War and silhouettes captured across the world, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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JORDAN. Zaatari. Refugee Camp. September 1, 2012. A Syrian boy waves from aboard a bus heading back to Syria from the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. Many families have decided to return to Syria due to the bad living conditions in the Zaatari refugee camp. Zaatari, Jordan. September 1, 2012.The camp was first opened in July 2012 to host the Syrians fleeing the violence that erupted in 2011 and 2012. As of late August 2012 the camp houses 15,000 Syrian refugees.Contact email:New York : photography@magnumphotos.comParis : magnum@magnumphotos.frLondon : magnum@magnumphotos.co.ukTokyo : tokyo@magnumphotos.co.jpContact phones:New York : +1 212 929 6000Paris: + 33 1 53 42 50 00London: + 44 20 7490 1771Tokyo: + 81 3 3219 0771Image URL:http://www.magnumphotos.com/Archive/C.aspx?VP3=ViewBox_VPage&IID=2K7O3RKHMKU0&CT=Image&IT=ZoomImage01_VForm
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Nowhere People: The Refugees of Syria by Moises Saman

Another war, another refugee crisis. This reoccurring dynamic is all too familiar for Moises Saman after years of working in areas of conflict. Last week, TIME International marked World Refugee Day with a portfolio of Saman’s work in print. Here, LightBox presents the photographer’s thoughts on his work with refugees in Jordan, Turkey and Iraq.

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Pictures of the Week: May 17 – May 24

From deadly tornadoes in the Midwest and the final week of the Cannes Film Festival to a wheelchair beauty contest in Moscow and the U.S. Naval Academy’s storied freshman initiation, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Pictures of the Week: May 3 – May 10

From the safe return of three kidnap victims in Ohio and the rescue of a woman trapped for 17 days in the rubble of a garment factory in Bangladesh to Israeli air strikes in Syria and a teddy bear hospital in Germany, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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2013 Overseas Press Club Winners Announced

Since 1948, the Overseas Press Club of America has recognized photojournalists for exceptional photographic reportage. Fabio Bucciarelli, Samuel James, Bernat Armangue and Oded Balilty were recognized as the winners of this year’s OPC prizes.

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Pictures of the Week: April 12 – April 19

From the Boston marathon bombing and Margaret Thatcher’s funeral to the bird flu outbreak in China and the lighter side of North Korea, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Wire Photographer Spotlight: Daily Life by Muhammed Muheisen

Muhammed Muheisen’s photographs are poignant visual reminders of how humanity awakens and lives out each day in Pakistan, Syria and Afghanistan. Here, TIME presents a selection of the Associated Press photographer’s work from the past calendar year. Muheisen was part of the AP team awarded the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News photography from Syria.

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Monument to late Pope John Paul II is winched into position behind an amusement park in Czestochowa
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Pictures of the Week: April 5 – April 12

From Margaret Thatcher’s death and a 24 hour vigil for victims of gun violence to elections in Venezuela and the world’s biggest Pope statue, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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The Veils of Aleppo: Photographs by Franco Pagetti

They are a familiar sight to anyone who has been on the frontlines in the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo: striped sheets that once blocked the harsh sunlight or a neighbor’s prying eyes, now acting as shields against more lethal threats.

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