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Photo: Alessio Romenzi

'Innocents in the Crossfire': Alessio Romenzi's Shocking Photographs from Gaza

The world has become used to seeing images of dead civilians caught in the crossfire between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, says Italian photographer Alessio Romenzi. Yet, he believes it’s his role to bear witness for future generations.

Photo: Christopher Morris—VII for TIME

The Photo That Made Me: Christopher Morris, Panama 1989

The Photo That Made Me is a new LightBox series in which renowned photographers discuss a picture that jump-started their career, garnered them international attention or simply sparked their interest in photography. This inaugural installment features TIME contract photographer Christopher Morris, who talks about a powerful image he made in Panama in 1989.

Photo: Brendan Hoffman—Prime Collective for Getty Images

#LightBoxFF: Brendan Hoffman in Eastern Ukraine

This week on #LightBoxFF, TIME speaks with Moscow-based photographer Brendan Hoffman (@hoffmanbrendan) – co-founder of the photography collective, Prime – about using Instagram to document the recent unrest in Eastern Ukraine and the civilian life that endures amid the violence.

Photo: Bulent Kilic—AFP/Getty Images

Face to Face on the Front Lines

TIME talks to Bulent Kilic, a bold young photographer whose compassion and integrity are as strong as his imagery.

Photograph by Olivier Voisin (1974 - 2013)—Demotix/Corbis

Twenty-five journalists have died in Syria alone since the inception of the conflict in March 2011. Freelance photojournalist Olivier Voisin died of shrapnel wounds near the city of Idlib while covering the conflict earlier this year. In an email sent to a friend shortly before his passing, Voisin expressed his fear that the war will continue for many years. Voisin died in February. He was 38.

In Memoriam: Remembering the Photographers We Lost in 2013 on LightBox.

Photograph by Robert Nickelsberg

Twelve years after the start of the American war in Afghanistan, a look at photographer Robert Nickelsberg’s intense images of the decades-long conflict, recently published in a new monograph from Prestel.

For more information on the book, author signings and related multimedia presentations visit afghanistan.robertnickelsberg.com.

Photograph by Cédric Gerbehaye—Agence VU

Twenty years after the 1993 Oslo Accords, photographer Cédric Gerbehaye explores the reality facing those living under the consequences of a failed peace process in the West Bank with an interactive, multimedia documentary, Broken Hopes.

Nov. 15, 2012. The brother of Palestinian boy Walid al-Abadlah, who according to hospital officials was killed in an Israeli air strike, kisses his body during his funeral in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip. (photo: Ibraheem Abu Mustafa—Reuters)

From escalating violence in the Gaza Strip and austerity riots in Europe to the flooding of Venice and murmurations of starlings in Scotland, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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