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TIME An official puts up a portrait of Zimbabwe's new president, Emmerson M

Harare, Zimbabwe

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An official puts up a portrait of Zimbabwe's new president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, ahead of a meeting of the ZANU-PF central committee in downtown Harare on Dec. 14, 2017. Mnangagwa was swept into office after 93-year-old Robert Mugabe, who ruled since 1980, resigned in November as protesters demanded his ouster. Photograph by Philimon Bulawayo—@reuters

TIME Prince Harry and Prince William stepped away onto the red carpet at th

  • 13.12.2017 17:31
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Prince Harry and Prince William stepped away onto the red carpet at the 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' premiere at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Dec. 12. The princes conversed with stars of the film—both human and droid alike—including Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) and Daisy Ridley (Rey). They also received a greeting from BB-8 as Storm Troopers flanked the sides of the carpet. Prince Harry was even gifted a Storm Trooper helmet of his own. In August, @johnboyega confirmed rumors that the brothers made cameos as Storm Troopers. The film comes out in theaters on Dec. 15. Video source: AP

TIME Doug Jones defeated Republican Roy Moore on Dec. 12, becoming the firs

  • 13.12.2017 08:07
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Doug Jones defeated Republican Roy Moore on Dec. 12, becoming the first Democratic senator to represent Alabama in two decades and further narrowing the Republican’s slim majority in the upper chamber. Jones, who the Associated Press called the winner shortly before 10:30 p.m. ET, also became the first Democrat to succeed in 2017’s Congressional special elections, with the exception of California’s 34th district, which only had Democrats contending for the seat. Video source: Pool

TIME An Associated Press investigation has found the rape of Rohingya women

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An Associated Press investigation has found the rape of Rohingya women by Myanmar's security forces to be "sweeping and methodical." Individual and extensive interviews with 29 girls and women who fled to Bangladesh, nearly two-dozen of them photographed here by @w0ngmayee, resulted in a "sickening sameness" in their stories, from the military-style uniforms of the attackers to the horrific acts. The United Nations has said Myanmar's military uses rape as a "calculated tool of terror" in routing the mostly Buddhist country of the Muslim minority; Myanmar has denied the allegations. Photographs by @w0ngmayee@ap.images/@shutterstock

TIME Roy Moore, a Republican Senate candidate in Alabama, arrived on horseb

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Roy Moore, a Republican Senate candidate in Alabama, arrived on horseback to vote in a better race on Dec. 12, 2017. The 70-year-old Republican was twice ousted as state Supreme Court chief justice after flouting federal law, the Associated Press reports, and now he’s attempting a political resurrection amid accusations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls while in his 30s. In Moore’s path is Doug Jones, a 63-year-old Democrat and former U.S. attorney best known for prosecuting two Ku Klux Klansmen who killed four black girls in a 1963 church bombing. The winner will take the seat previously held by Jeff Sessions, who resigned to become attorney general. Video source: CNN

TIME Flames from the Thomas Fire burn behind a decorated Christmas tree in

Carpinteria, California

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Flames from the Thomas Fire burn behind a decorated Christmas tree in the hills above Carpinteria, Calif., on Dec. 11, 2017. The Thomas Fire in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties has consumed more than 230,000 acres over the past week, making it the fifth-largest fire in the state's history. Photograph by Robyn Beck—@afpphoto/@gettyimages

TIME Ultra-Orthodox Jews gather at the funeral Rabbi Aharon Leib Shteinman

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Ultra-Orthodox Jews gather at the funeral Rabbi Aharon Leib Shteinman in the central Israeli city of Bnei Brak on Dec. 12, 2017. Shteinman, the spiritual leader of Israel's non-Hassidic ultra-Orthodox Jews of European descent and one of the country's most influential and powerful rabbis, died on Tuesday. He was 104. Photograph by @odedbalilty@ap.images/@shutterstock

TIME Several women who previously accused President Trump of sexual harassm

  • 12.12.2017 05:02
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Several women who previously accused President Trump of sexual harassment shared their stories again on Dec. 11, in a joint news conference that called on Congress to investigate their allegations. Jessica Leeds, Samantha Holvey and Rachel Crooks first shared their stories before the 2016 election, the Associated Press reports, and decided to again speak out publicly amid the recent revelations of sexual misconduct by prominent men in business, politics and media. At least 16 women have made claims against Trump, who has denied the allegations. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders similarly dismissed the accusations on Monday, saying the "American people and knew this and voted for the president." Video source: Brave New Films

TIME Russian President Vladimir Putin declared an end to his country's mili

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Russian President Vladimir Putin declared an end to his country's military presence in Syria on Dec. 11, 2017. Putin's remarks at a Russian air base in Latakia province marked his first visit to the country and, the Associated Press reports, the first by a foreign head of state to the war-ravaged nation since the conflict began. He declared victory against the "terrorists" and announced a partial pullout of troops. Russia launched an air campaign in 2015 that allowed Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces to gain the upper hand against the Islamic State and Syrian rebel groups. Video source: Russia Pool

TIME Megyn Kelly (@megyntoday) spoke to TIME about the new reality for wome

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Megyn Kelly (@megyntoday) spoke to TIME about the new reality for women. "I think women are starting to believe we don’t have to just live like this. I always thought maybe things could change for my daughter—I never thought things could change for me." TIME recognized Kelly by naming her one of the Silence Breakers, TIME’s Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment. Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ for TIME. #TIMEPOY

TIME Dana Lewis and Crystal Washington are two of the seven current and for

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Dana Lewis and Crystal Washington are two of the seven current and former employees of New York City's Plaza Hotel who filed a suit against the hotel for “normalizing and trivializing sexual assault” among employees there. "It's going to affect you whether you report it or not. So you might as well get justice and you might as well report it for yourself, for other people that may be going through it. Speak out, have a voice. That's what I'm doing," says Washington. (Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, which owns the Plaza, said it takes remedial action against harassment when warranted.) TIME honored the Plaza Hotel Plaintiffs as the Silence Breakers, TIME's Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment. Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ for TIME. #TIMEPOY

TIME @milano_alyssa and @selmablair spoke to TIME about the importance of t

  • 10.12.2017 22:08
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@milano_alyssa and @selmablair spoke to TIME about the importance of teaching boys from a young age to respect others. Milano and Blair are among the Silence Breakers, TIME’s Person of the Year, for speaking out about sexual assault and harassment. Read the full story on TIME.com. Video by @spencerbakalar, @juliamarielull and @dianetsai_ for TIME. #TIMEPOY