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On January 27th, 2011, Dominic Nahr began documenting mass protests in Cairo that ousted former president Hosni Mubarak and ignited similar struggles throughout the middle east. This multimedia photo essay combines many unpublished images by Nahr woven with audio he recorded from Tahrir Square. Dominic Nahr was commisioned by TIME to do this reportage.

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On October 30, 1974 in Kinshasa, Zaire, now known as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Muhammad Ali, faced George Foreman for the title of world heavyweight champion. Abbas’ photos of the fight are a document of a fight frozen in time, in black-and-white stills—the fight that cemented Muhammad Ali’s reputation as “The Greatest.”

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Bruce Gilden first traveled to Haiti in 1984 and made 19 trips over the course of 10 years. In 2011, he photographed the temporary structures in Port-au-Prince in digital and in color for the first time.

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Tanzania has faced double HIV/AIDS epidemics: an old generalised epidemic, (more than 6% prevalence in the general population) and more recently, a new concentrated one among injecting drug users (IDUs). Dar Es Salam is one of the areas most affected by this last epidemic.

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The Burmese continue to live a real-life version of Animal Farm. When I posed as a tourist to make these pictures, there always seemed to be shadows following me. Big Brother has many little brothers.

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Workers handpick tomatoes by the ton. They must harvest 2.5 tons a day, just to earn minimum wage. It's a backbreaking job that quickly takes a toll on a worker's body. Suddenly, a worker can't afford to buy the tomatoes he used to pick by the ton. Photojournalist Susan Meiselas and audio journalist Cecilia Vaisman visited Immokalee, Fla., a produce center for some of the nation's biggest food distributors.

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In Access To Life, eight Magnum photographers portray thirty people in nine countries around the world before and four months after they began antiretrovial treatment for aids.

 

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Je veux parler de l’être humain, des dualités et contradictions de la vie; les anciennes traditions et les nouveaux rituels, le naturel et le supra naturel, religieux et païen, douleur et plaisir, humains et dieux, corps et esprit, eau et terre, vie et mort. - Cristina Garcia Rodero

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