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Photograph by Steven Senne—AP

Feb. 5, 2014. A statue of a man sleepwalking in his underpants is surrounded by snow on the campus of Wellesley College, in Wellesley, Mass.

From the opening of the Winter Olympics in Sochi and mourning the death of Phillip Seymour Hoffman to fighting horses in China and the world’s largest baby Jesus, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

Photograph by Ammar Abdullah—Reuters

Dec. 11, 2013. A Free Syrian Army fighter throws snow at his fellow fighter in Khan Tuman, Aleppo.

From Obama’s selfie at Mandela’s memorial service and the execution of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s uncle to the continuing protests in Kiev and Santa snuggling with a shark, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

March 21, 2013. A hare cowers in the snow near Frankfurt, Germany. One day after the astronomical beginning of spring and days before Easter, temperatures across the country were still cold. (Patrick Pleul—AFP/Getty Images)

From Obama’s first Presidential visit to Israel and the Pope’s inauguration to a series of suicide bombings in Pakistan, Iraq and Somalia and the colorful Lathmar Holi festival in India, TIME presents the best images of the week.

Pictured: Outhouse, Finger Mountain Wayside, 2009. Mile 173.

In a place where Walmart and McDonald’s are now as ubiquitous as sourdoughs and homesteaders, photographer Ben Huff’s project on the Dalton Highway embodies the confounding nature of America’s 49th state. See more on LightBox.

A new panorama of Antarctica by Google’s Street View takes a look inside Ernest Shackleton’s expeditionary huts, more than a century after they were built. 

Explore the interactive panorama on LightBox here.

Khedi Konchieva, 15, goes on a date with her boyfriend in the village of Serzhen-Yurt. A couple on a date in Chechnya must meet in public and sit a few feet apart. Any form of intimate contact is forbidden; some young woman who have sex before marriage risk death at the hands of their family.

Chechen authorities are the unseen presence in Diana Markosian’s photographs of girls growing up in Chechnya. See more here.

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