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Boys play with snow by the Kremlin walls in central Moscow, December 25, 2014.  REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Officer kills man in St. Louis suburb

Tension amid protests and vigils after officials said a man pulled a gun on police late Tuesday at a gas station in Berkeley, Mo.

Life in North Korea

From rural villages to the bustling capital of Pyongyang, a rare peek into the highly isolated country.

Day in photos

St. Paul’s choristers, Hanukkah and Christmas celebrations, Japanese Emperor Akihito’s birthday and more.

The best editorial cartoons of 2014

A collection of cartoons from around the country.

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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.

Ambassador Car Decorated for a Wedding by a Net Strung with Fresh Flowers, Jodhpur Park, Kolkata, 1998

Seeing the old world blend with the new in Calcutta, India’s former capital

A photographers’s decades-long pursuit to capture the complexities of one of India’s greatest cities.

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Best of The Washington Post photography 2014

A collection of photos for the year.

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    Remembering Indian Ocean tsunami victims

    Ten years later, coastal communities commemorate the anniversary of the devastating event.

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      (Nikki Kahn / The Washington Post)

      Preparing the dead in Sierra Leone

      Officials adhere to strict burial rules to prevent the spread of Ebola.

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      Iconic Washington Post images: Buy reader favorites

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