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Father Luis Manuel Padilla holds a wounded government rifleman shot down in the streets of Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, during a bloody revolt against President Betancourt in June 1962. More than 200 were killed before rebels were beaten. This photo won the Pulitzer Prize for Hector Rondon. (AP Photo/Hector Rondon)

50 Years Ago: The World in 1962

Syria in Ruins - In Focus - The Atlantic

Syria in Ruins

Before And After Picture At Carlisle Indian Boarding School (

Dear Reddit, This Is My Great-Grandfather

9390 views on Imgur: The magic of the Internet

This Ministry of Defence photo, made available on October 25, 2012, shows Lance Corporal Liam Tasker and his Springer spaniel mix Theo. Theo, the bomb-sniffing army dog who died in Afghanistan on the day his handler was killed, has been honored with Britain's highest award for animal bravery. Springer spaniel mix Theo was posthumously awarded the Dickin Medal at a ceremony in London. (AP Photo/ MoD) #
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Afghanistan: October 2012

In Focus - Afghanistan: May 2012 - The Atlantic

Afghanistan: May 2012



Lucky Marine in Afghanistan

Lucky Marine in Afghanistan

Gallery: Revolution Graffiti | Foreign Affairs

Gallery: Revolution Graffiti

A grateful nation ...

Afghanistan, August 2012: Return of the Fallen

Canadian soldier takes cover in Afghanistan

The View From Kandahar

Photographer Louie Palu's portraits of the war down south.

Gallery: Revolution Graffiti | Foreign Affairs

Gallery: Revolution Graffiti

120 mm mortar in action

Afghanistan: October 2012

Fantastic picture

G.I. Joe

A year in the life of the American soldier.

In urban combat make your own door.

Battle for Syria | Pictures | Reuters

Free Syrian Army fighters take positions as one of them points his weapon through a hole in a wall in Aleppo's Saif al-Dawla district March 20, 2013. REUTERS/Giath Taha