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Israeli Critics Sees Netanyahu Putting His Personal Interests First in Addressing Congress
Israeli PM's proposed trip to Washington has caused controversy in the U.S. and at home
The Story Behind the Photo of Shaimaa al-Sabbagh’s Dying Moments
Egyptian photographer Islam Osama captured the moment Shaimaa al-Sabbagh was killed during peaceful protests in Cairo on Jan. 24
Kurds Repel Major ISIS Offensive in Northern Iraq
At least 36 people were killed in a series of attacks
The Best Pictures of the Week: Jan. 23 – Jan. 30
From Kurdish fighters recapturing the ISIS held town of Kobani, Syria to the deadly attacks on Israeli forces by Hezbollah militants on the Israel-Lebanon border and life returns to normal with Ebola cases down to single digits in Liberia to blizzard Juno hitting the U.S. East Coast, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.
South Africa Grants Parole to Apartheid Death Squad Leader
Eugene de Kock was freed "In the interest of nation building and reconciliation"
Artillery Fire Kills At Least 12 Civilians in Ukraine
There has been a recent surge in fighting between government forces and separatist rebels
Chinese Families Demand Malaysians Retract Statement That MH370 Passengers Are Dead
Relatives were unmoved by the argument that the declaration paves the way for compensation claims
Bomb Blast in Southern Pakistan Kills 56 at Shi’ite Mosque
Hospitals are appealing to residents to donate blood for the wounded
Guantanamo Detainee Exchanged for American POW Attempts a Return to Battle
A Taliban commander exchanged for the release of a POW attempts to return to the battlefield, raising questions about closing Guantanamo
See What Undocumented Immigrants Carry Across the Border
Here are the ordinary objects undocumented immigrants take with them on their journey to the U.S.