Photograph by Abed Rahim Khatib—NurPhoto

Jan. 21, 2014. A Palestinian family waiting hoping to cross into Egypt, at the the Rafah border crossing between Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip.

From protests turning deadly in Ukraine and a controversial dolphin hunt in Japan to the icy Orthodox Christian rituals of Epiphany and glow-in-the-dark couture at Paris Fashion Week, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Police evicts homeless movement members from empty building invaded and occupied three months ago, at 1025 rua da #Consolação, at Consolação neighborhood, downtown #SaoPaulo, #Brasil

#eviction #homeless #housing #LMD #moradia #nurphoto #ocupação #reintegração #sem-teto #squat #photojournalism #fotojornalismo #nofilter

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Young Palestinian students at their school, which was damaged during the recent conflict with Israel, on the second day of the school year.
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Israel Should Be In Germany

Israel Should Be In Germany

Free Balochistan Is Israel’s Ally, Says Baloch Writer

Palestinians in Gaza City celebrate in the streets after a deal had been reached between Hamas and Israel over a long-term end to seven weeks of fighting in the Gaza Strip on Aug. 26, 2014 Momen Faiz—NurPhoto/Corbis

A commission that investigated 2006’s war between Israel and Lebanon released a scathing report in April 2007, saying Prime…

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ISIS: Why They MUST Be Stopped

ISIS: Why They MUST Be Stopped

But no special pleading on behalf of Christians is required.

Image: Gail Orenstein / NurPhoto / Corbis

Here’s a chilling thought experiment that, given the arc of world events, might seem eerily like a peek into the not-so-distant future.

Imagine a community of Middle East Christians under assault from a ferocious, well-armed band of terrorists. The Christians live peaceably and faithfully,…

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Homeless man burns and melts copper wires to release them from the plastic coverage and exchange it for cash. He explains that 10 kg of copper worth as much as 1t of cardboard. There was about 1.5 kg of copper which would provide a little more than R$ 10 (aprox. 3€). The railline viaduct above lies in central Sao Paulo

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Homeless man burns and melts copper wires to release them from the plastic coverage and exchange it for cash. He explains that 10 kg of copper worth as much as 1t of cardboard. There was about 1.5 kg of copper which would provide a little more than R$ 10 (aprox. 3€). The railline viaduct above lies in central Sao Paulo

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Supporters of the #LGBT (#Lesbian, #Gay, #Bisexual, #Transexual) movement #protest in #downtown #SãoPaulo, #Brazil, this saturday - 13/09/2014 - evening, demanding laws against #homophobia and hate crimes, after the death of João Donati. Openly #homosexual, Donati was brutally murdered in Goiânia, central Brazil, and inside his mouth police found a note written: “Let’s end this plague”

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