Lt. Col. Brian Filler (left) and Tech. Sgt. John Oliver watch over the Galuch Valley from the top of a mountain in Laghman province in eastern Afghanistan on March 27. They are part of a team of Joint Terminal Attack Controllers for the U.S. Air Force, traveling on the ground with combat troops and coordinating with aircraft to reduce the likelihood of airstrike errors.
Brandishing an image of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, forces celebrated after retaking the eastern Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf on March 12 from rebel forces fighting to topple the regime.
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An Egyptian soldier argues with protesters during a rally in Cairo's Tahrir Square in March against proposed constitutional amendments. Many in Egypt now say that the military, once embraced by anti-government protesters who forced President Hosni Mubarak from office, is bypassing civilian laws and courts.
Joao Montanaro works on a cartoon in his studio with his father, Mario Barbosa. He says his fascination with cartoons began when his dad showed him several anthologies featuring Brazil's best cartoonists when he was younger.
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This year's Humana Festival includes Jordan Harrison's Maple and Vine, about a couple who decides to abandon their 21st-century lives to join a community o 1950s reenactors.
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