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Sep 13, 2014
by Stuart Franklin
With the forecasts on the referendum on independence for Scotland predicting a very close result, a momentous change and the break-up of the United Kingdom could be a reality.

Stuart Franklin followed the Yes and No campaign trail across Scotland in the final week of canvassing. More...
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Sep 8, 2014
by Michael Christopher Brown
(Some imagery in this story has either been deleted or modified to fit U.S. Military Special Operations Forces [SOF] guidelines. To request an original image without facial modification please contact Magnum Photos and Michael Christopher Brown will make a request with the U.S. Military SOF.)

“My job is to look at Africa and see where the threat to the United States is,” General Linder said as he... More...
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Aug 29, 2014
by Michael Christopher Brown
During the Congo wars these past two decades, involving dozens of armed groups, and in an economy that largely relies on aid from the UN and NGO’s, some women, such as Hamida, who has four children, become somewhat forced to prostitute themselves in order to survive.
Hamida, 26, is a sex worker living in Benghazi, a neighborhood in the city of Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo (D.R.C.). She moved... More...
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Aug 28, 2014
by Abbas
Most prominent among the many African boutiques which line the Goutte d’Or neighbourhood in Paris is La Reine de Saba, owned and managed by Ms Awa Daabo. Recently she organised a fashion show aboard a barge on the river Seine, sponsored by the Kenyan Embassy. Models had to dress and make up in the narrow space on the barge. Then they did their catwalk, to the delight of the audience. More...
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Aug 26, 2014
by Moises Saman
(In mid-August, Moises Saman was documenting the plight of trapped Yezidi refugees in Kurdistan for TIME when the helicopter he was traveling in crashed. Saman and most of the passengers escaped with minor injuries and only days later the stranded Yezidis were rescued.
Below is Time Lightbox Editor Olivier Laurent's interview with the photographer.)

The Yezidis – one of Iraq’s oldest and most... More...
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Aug 25, 2014
by Alex Majoli
This past winter Time Magazine sent Alex Majoli to photograph the production of the first half of the 7th and final season of the critically acclaimed TV series, Mad Men.
The show's plot focuses on the operations of a 1960's advertising agency and the lives of its employees during the span of that tumultuous decade.
Since it's premiere in 2007, Mad Men has won fifteen Emmy Awards, four Golden Globes... More...
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Aug 14, 2014
by Jerome Sessini
Jerome Sessini has continued his coverage of the conflict between the Ukrainian government and pro-Russia separatist rebels. Most recently, he's explored the humanitarian situation in the east, primarily in the besieged rebel hold-outs of Lugansk, Uglegorsk and Donesk. More...
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