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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

17
Dec

Mashruk Ahmed: The War Is Not Over Yet

About his series says Mashruk: We achieved our independence after a big sacrifice for the people of Bangladesh. After a

14
Nov

Byron Smith: Mosul Offensive 2016

Nearly two years since the Islamic State took the city of Mosul in northern Iraq, the Iraqi Army launched an

05
Nov

Linus Escandor II: Philippines’ War on Drugs

Death has been knocking on Filipinos’ doors since Rodrigo Roa Duterte became President of the Philippines on June 30, 2016.

02
Oct

Natascia Aquilano: Sons of Maidan

Ukraine’s eastern periphery is today nothing more than a heap of destroyed buildings, where people live daily with the roar

27
Jun

Stefano Stranges: The Two Faces of the Rebellion

Ukraine, 2014. A country divided by internal tensions between those who look up to Europe and those who still feel

15
Jun

Jan Schmidt-Whitley: Return to Cizre

Jan Schmidt-Whitley shares a story from Cizre: I was a direct witness of the Suruç bomb attack in July 2015

18
Dec

Tien Tran: Bedouins – The Forgotten Victims of the Syrian Crisis

There is no end in sight to the war in Syria. Many Syrians have fled to Europe, where the number

12
Dec

Interview with documentary photographer Robin Hinsch

Robin Hinsch was born in 1987. He studied Photography at the HFG-Karlsruhe in the Class of Prof. Elger Esser, at