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In some of the week's most moving images, a Syrian boy is saved from the rubble, UConn celebrates, and more
Photographer Matthew Brandt creates astounding images with extremely old-school methods
A Portland photographer follows a young girl fighting for her place in one of China's martial arts schools
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Photographer Gabriele Galimberti offers revealing portraits of children with their favorite playthings
A New Zealand photographer snuck his country's history into a series of old postcards
In some of the week's most striking images, Obama arrives at the Vatican, rescue workers search for mudslide survivors in Washington, and more
A Baltimore photographer tries to save the birds she loves with a touching, if grim, exhibition
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