Topic: Turkey

Emin Özmen—Agence Le Journal
Out There

World Press Photo Multimedia Awards Announced

The winners of this year’s World Press Photo Multimedia Awards include an in depth look at national protests in Turkey and train surfing in South Africa.

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The national guard disperses water cannons on anti-government protesters during a protest at Altamira square in Caracas
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Pictures of the Week: March 7 – March 14

From the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 and a deadly explosion in New York, to a feline beauty show in Romania and high heeled, pole dancing robots in Germany, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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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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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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Sept 11 Tribute in Light
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Pictures of the Week: September 6 – September 13

From the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and preparations for Yom Kippur to flash-flooding in Colorado and a rabbit and leopard cub testing their natural instincts, TIME presents the best images 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
Photo Essay

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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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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Wang Yiou—Landov
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: December 7 – December 14

From the elementary school shooting in Connecticut and continued protests in Egypt to Syrian refugees in Turkey and the Pope’s first tweet, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Peter Hapak for TIME
Photo Essay

TIME’s Best Portraits of 2012

A great portrait captures the very essence of its subject, and this year, TIME continued its long legacy of storytelling with a number of compelling photographs of newsmakers, from politicians and businessmen to comedians and Oscar winners.

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Edouard Elias—Getty Images / Aug. 21, 2012
The Backstory

Syria’s Agony: The Photographs That Moved Them Most

As the civil war in Syria reaches even newer levels of horror, TIME asked 28 photojournalists to reflect on their most powerful work from the conflict over the last year. Often directly putting their lives at risk, these photographers have recorded agonizing and traumatic moments for the world to see.

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