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Phil Bicker

From riots in Brazil and the Miami Heat’s NBA triumph to 213 bear paws smuggled across the Chinese border and a cat that’s running for mayor, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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The Third Floor Gallery in Cardiff, Wales, is exhibiting work from Sebastian Liste’s “Urban Quilombo” series, beginning tomorrow through June 23. There will be an opening tomorrow at 7pm. Visit the gallery’s Web site for more information.

Sebastian, who is represented by Reportage by Getty Images, is a Spanish photographer now living in Brazil. In 2010, while he was earning a Master’s degree in photojournalism at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, he won the Ian Parry Scholarship for his long-term project ‘Urban Quilombo’, about the extreme living conditions that dozens of families face, who set up home in an abandoned chocolate factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.

Caption: A boy jumping from a building of an abandoned chocolate factory, on March 20, 2011, in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. (Photo by Sebastian Liste/Reportage by Getty Images)

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By JAMES ESTRIN

David Alan Harvey has documented Brazil many times before, but in "(based on a true story)," he nakedly reveals his thoughts and experiences in a tale of passion, mystery and danger.

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