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Famine Roils War-Torn South Sudan

The U.N. made a formal declaration of famine in parts of South Sudan, which has been mired in civil war since 2013.

The Week In Pictures, March 25-31

The UK formally triggers the Brexit process, homes are blown up during a gun battle in India, anti-Putin protesters are arrested by the hundreds in Russia and more in The Week in Pictures.

The Week In Pictures, March 18-24

A terrorist attack in London, a meat scandal in Brazil, a salvage operation for South Korea's sunken Sewol ferry and more in The Week in Pictures.

The Week in Pictures, March 11-17

South Korea removes their president, Trump faces controversy, North Korea ratchets up tension and more in The Week in Pictures.

Winter Storm Stella in Photos

The storm hammered the Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic Tuesday with a mix of sleet and snow and wind.

South Bronx, Beyond Clichés

Mel Rosenthal took pictures of the South Bronx that did not negate the fundamental dignity of the people who lived tough lives there.

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