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epa04648642 Veterinary Dieter Goebel examines a female loggerhead turtle (lat. Caretta caretta) born in 1965, at the annual animal show in the Meeresmuseum in Stralsund, Germany, 05 March 2015. The health checks include taking samples and extensive shell maintenance. This is one of five giant tortoises resident in Stralsund.  EPA/JENS BUETTNER

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The career of Washington Post photojournalist Michel du Cille

Michel du Cille died at 58 doing the work he loved. He was completely devoted to the story of Ebola, and he was determined to stay on the story despite its risks.

Iraqi refugees enjoy a game of Taolee (Backgammon) while discussing their day at Alraffedean Cafe in Dearborn, Mich., June 11, 2014. (Salwan Georges)

Welcome to Dearborn, MI: The Arab Capital of North America

The city near Detroit has become a sprawling hub for Iraqi refugees seeking freedom and a new start.


(Jane Hahn / For The Washington Post)

‘The Massacre of Womey’

A mass killing is an extreme illustration of the problems health workers face in West Africa while fighting Ebola.

(Timothy A. Clary / AFP/Getty Images)

Inside MoMA’s ‘Björk’ exhibition

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(China Stringer Network / Reuters)

Animal views

Fun and fascinating creatures around the world.

(Michael S. Williamson / The Washington Post)

Remnants of the war

Experts are combing through items that have been left at the Vietnam Wall over the years for a planned education display.

(Ariana Cubillos / AP)

These incredible murals show how Hugo Chávez lives on in Venezuela

Followers have covered walls all across the country with colorful murals depicting their charismatic leader who died two years ago.

(Rich Lipski)

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