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NYT Photo
Black-and-white images that pay homage to a very different Paris:
The hardest (and most important) job in Afghanistan, via @NYTmag. Pictures by @TylerHicksPhoto
Voters unlikely to care about Hillary Clinton email furor. Classic viral photo via @UpshotNYT:
Pres Obama signs HR 240; thanks Congress for bill that funds "the extraordinary work of our men and women" at DHS.
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To honor Julio Cortázar’s birth, Hugo Passarello took portraits of fans and friends in Paris:
In Liberia, children return to school as the Ebola outbreak ebbs. Photos by @berehulak:
Debate over ‘Redskins’ as nickname trickles down to Buffalo suburb. Photos by @brendanbannon:
A Muslim prison chaplain says he is caught “between the cutting board and the cleaver.”
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Wednesday's @NYTSports cover story, photographed by Michael Appleton:
A week on the frontlines with the Afghan National Police. Photographs by @TylerHicksPhoto:
"Mundane stories told by great storytellers become fantastic, memorable ones." Photos, too:
Hillary Clinton accepting an award in Washington Tuesday night. Photo by @jabinbotsford.
A blast at a mine in Donetsk, Ukraine killed several and left dozens trapped Wednesday morning
“We want to bring it back to what it was in the 1930s and 1940s." Photos from Radio City:
Portraits of Julio Cortázar’s fans in Paris, the setting of his celebrated novel “Hopscotch.”
Bill Cunningham notes the popularity of icy shades of blue this winter
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This Afghan teenager survived a brutal attack by her brother after fleeing an abusive husband.
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Sylvia Plachy found refuge in a visual language:
March 1935: Skiers on a slope of Mount Rainier in Washington. From the Lively Morgue:
Women’s shelters are one of the most provocative legacies of Western presence in Afghanistan:
"Spider on the Coke machine" - photos by the amazing Sylvia Plachy
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