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There's nothing wrong with a good story portraying terrible things. But there's no obligation to watch it over and over, either.
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A Test of Faith
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Manhattan, Masters of Sex and several upcoming shows are finding drama in subjects other than scowling tough guys stabbing people.
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Alexis Okeowo: Beyond Nigeria
The mass kidnapping of the Chibok schoolgirls has awakened the conscience of the world
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The Other Threat to Rwanda
Two decades after the genocide, the country's leaders must learn to embrace political dissent
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'Under His Watch, Malaysia Is No Progressive Society'
Malaysia should be an example of religious tolerance. It is proving to be the opposite
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Theater of War: Photographs by Christopher Morris
TIME photographer Christopher Morris documents what Libyan government minders have orchestrated, and beyond, capturing the subtleties of a closely watched society at war with itself.
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Dispatch from Japan: James Nachtwey’s Impressions in Words and Pictures
TIME photographer James Nachtwey was one of the first photographers on the ground in northern Japan covering the devastating effects of the earthquake and tsunami. Here is an essay, in his words, accompanied by additional...
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