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Editor’s choice

Our top photos from the last 24 hours.

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Photos of the week

Our top photos from the past week.

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Images of June

Our top photos from the month of June.

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Inside North Korea

Rare scenes from within the reclusive state.

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Photos of the week

Our top photos from the past week.

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Images of April

Our top photos from the month of April.

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Unrest in Venezuela

Ongoing protests in Venezuela demanding political change have turned increasingly violent.

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Violence in Central African Republic

Images from the sectarian violence in the Central African Republic that have left almost one million residents, or a quarter of the population, displaced by fighting since the mostly Muslim Seleka rebel group seized power in March last year in the majority Christian country.

from Photographers' Blog:

Welcome to Chiberia

Chicago, Illinois

By Jim Young

It was dubbed "Chiberia" here in Chicago: record low temperatures with a wind chill in the -40 Celsius range (-40 Fahrenheit).

I knew it was coming. I had been dodging the bullet for two winters in Chicago and eventually "real cold" had to arrive here sooner or later. I had survived 30+ years of Canadian winters and lived through a -50C (-58F) wind chill in Ottawa, but I have had two of the nicest winters in my life in the Windy City. In February 2012 it was 80F and I was walking around in flip flops, but certainly not this week.

from Photographers' Blog:

20 years covering conflict: Goran Tomasevic

As in the ruins of Beirut, Sarajevo or Stalingrad, the conflict in Syria is a sniper's war. Men stalk their fellow man down telescopic sights on suburban streets, hunting a glimpse of flesh, an eyeball peering from a crack, using decoys to draw their prey into giving themselves away.

During weeks spent tracking the fluid frontline of the battle, veteran war photographer Goran Tomasevic provided daily evidence of an escalating conflict that the UN estimates has killed 100,000 people. Tomasevic photographed with exceptional proximity as combatants mounted complex attacks, managed logistics, treated their wounded, buried their dead - and died before his eyes.

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