Photographer Lorenzo Meloni's book, "We Don't Say Goodbye" brings together ten years of his work covering conflict in Libya, Syria and Iraq.

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The city of Memphis has released body-camera video of the brutal beating of Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old fatally injured after being pulled over by police earlier this month.

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Senate Ticketmaster hearing on Capitol Hill; a candlelight vigil in Memphis for Tyre Nichols; a prayer in Monterey Park, Calif. for those killed and injured in a shooting; a model presents a unique creation during Paris Fashion Week. See 10 of the week’s most interesting images from around the world, as selected by Washington Post photo editors.

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Friends and activists gathered at a skatepark in Memphis on Jan. 26 to honor Tyre Nichols after five former police officers were charged with his death. Speaking at the vigil, Nichols's mother RowVaughn Wells called for peaceful protests ahead of the release of surveillance and body-camera footage.

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The Washington Post recently visited a detention center where Ukraine is holding prisoners of war.

Photos and videos show the deadly raid as it unfolded and its aftermath.

This six-bedroom, six-bathroom house includes hardwood floors, Cathedral ceilings and a lower level in-law suite.

Seven people were killed and one was critically injured in related shootings at two locations around the coastal city, San Mateo County Sheriff Christina Corpus said.

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Memorials were scattered around the area outside Star Ballroom Dance Studio in Monterey Park, Calif., on Monday. The venue said on Facebook that it would be closed until further notice, but it thanked its supporters “for your prayers and thoughts during this difficult time.”

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Photographer Jordan Conway spent time with activists occupying land just outside Atlanta that is set to become a public safety training center projected to cost upward of $90 million.

People in Asia, the Americas and Europe are among those celebrating Lunar New Year.

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Choir members of Ebenezer A.M.E. Church celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day at his memorial in Washington; San Antonio Abad Church in Malaga, Spain blesses animals on the feast of the patron saint of animals, Saint Anthony; President Biden and Vice President Harris are presented with jerseys during a celebration of the NBA champion Golden State Warriors at the White House; dozens of people were killed and wounded when a Russian missile struck and collapsed an apartment complex in Dnipro, Ukraine. See 12 of the week’s most interesting images from around the world, as selected by Washington Post photo editors.

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The holiday, celebrated in the Orthodox tradition on Jan. 19, commemorates Jesus Christ’s baptism. It took on additional significance in Kharkiv this year.

With ties to politicians and the Civil War, this 7,599-square-foot building is currently home to an antique and arts shop with works dating back centuries.

With his hand on a Bible once owned by Frederick Douglass, Moore was sworn in to become Maryland’s first Black governor and the third elected in U.S. history.

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Martin Amis spent three years photographing closed businesses in the English city of Kent for his book “Closed.”

Photojournalist Wojciech Grzedzinski, working for The Post, witnessed destruction caused to a residential building after a missile attack in the Ukrainian city of Dnipro

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Israeilis protested against its far-right government, which, in the two weeks since taking office, has rushed through plans to overhaul the judiciary system.

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Destroyed armored vehicles lie along the frozen Siverskiy-Donets river in the recently liberated village of Bogorodychne, Ukraine; powerful storms of rain and high winds hit California’s Central Coast; supporters of former Brazilian president Bolsonaro stormed the National Congress in Brasilia in a scene reminiscent of Jan. 6; at the last regular season game in Orchard Park, N.Y., Bills fans show support for player Damar Hamlin, who had previously collapsed on the field during a game in Cincinnati. See 10 of the week’s most interesting images from around the world, as selected by Washington Post photo editors.

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Lisa Marie Presley, who was born into the celebrity spotlight as the only child of Elvis Presley and his wife Priscilla and went on to a career as a singer and songwriter with her own headline-grabbing moments including marriages to pop star Michael Jackson and actor Nicolas Cage, died Jan. 12.

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