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Mar

David Verberckt: Rohingya

About his work says David: During the past several years, I have been documenting the plight of the Rohingya Muslim

18
Mar

Pablo Parra & Alicia Petrashova: Gold Mines

Throughout the history there has not existed any type of mineral as valued as the gold, the man began to

11
Mar

Sutanta Aditya: Life Under The Deadly Shadows Of Sinabung Eruption

An estimated 30,000 people were displaced from their homes after Mount Sinabung on the Indonesian island of Sumatra started erupting

25
Feb

Sharafat Ali Dar: Who Am I – Uncertain Identity

Kashmir, one of the most under-reported conflicts in the world today, is often seen by many as just a territorial

01
Feb

Ranita Roy: Flood in West Bengal, India

The floods of West Bengal have an exceptional peculiarity. Though the state receives heavy rainfall, yet it’s mostly affected by

24
Jan

Marcus Wiechmann: The Yazidis – Where to Go From Here?

The religion of the Yazidis is one of the oldest religious traditions that exists today and gets practised since more

23
Jan

Pavel Volkov: Playing with Darkness

About his project says Pavel: Sergey Mangos story for me is an example of outstanding human strength and power –

18
Jan

Christian Werner: Rubble and Delusion

With the fall of Aleppo, the regime of Bashar Assad once again controls the country’s second-largest city. But is reconciliation

09
Jan

Uno Yi: Lost Children

Lost Children is a photo series documenting the day-to-day routine of five siblings who have since been placed in foster

05
Jan

Juan Carlos: Al-Qayarrah On My Mind

Before the start of the Battle of Mosul, members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also

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