International photojournalism

Germany
Tempelhof playground
The take-off runaway of dreams

From the City of the Wall to the Lung of Europe. Thanks to the Tempelhof airport recovery project, Berlin is again relishing in large open spaces. After the acquisition of the 386 hectares that marked the history of German aviation and their conversion into a huge urban park in 2009, the city admini
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Italy
Venice for sale
What do we really know about the most incredible town of the world?

Flooded (even) by over 30 millions of visitors per year, Venice is collapsing. Or probably it's just our society mirroring itself in this city in a ruthless, emblematic way, so hard that we almost can't stand the view of the reflected image. Residents leaving the town, tourists frantically taking pi
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Philippines
A Liter of Light
How a tiny Filipino Ngo went from distributing a modified plastic bottle to starting a solar revolution

It all started in the shantytowns, where millions of people all over the world are forced to live in darkness even in broad daylight. The shacks are often windowless, or so crammed that no light can get through, while electric power is too expensive or simply nonexistent.

In 2011, a Fili
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Sweden
The Paper Forest
Chopping trees down in Sweden

When we think about deforestation our mind goes directly to the Amazon forest in South America. But there is another piece of untouched nature that is disappearing: the Swedish forest.
Under the new slogan "bioeconomy", many industry sectors want to use more trees as raw material: fuel for car
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Italy
Untamed
Of men and fights

"Seeing those men leaving all behind to have a chance to reach their goals was so intense. That was when I fell in love with this sport".
These are the words used by almost all MMA fighters when they describe how their dream was born.
Twenty years ago they were pioneers testing themselves
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Italy
Etnaland
Daily life under the highest volcano in Europe

For ancient Greeks it was the realm of Vulcan, the God of fire. But the gigantic shape of Mongibello (from the Latin 'mons' and the Arab word 'giabal', meaning both mountain), always inspired more trust than fear: the spit-firing Etna - UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2013 - has always been conside
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Iceland
The sheep party
Rettir, a very special round up celebration

In Iceland you can measure time both by looking at your wrist watch or the return of the sheep to their stone folds.
It's a centuries old practice, traditionally held between September and October: sheep farmers round up their animals, which has been let free for the whole Summer, and then celeb
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United States
Stonewall. The temple
Have you ever been at the intersection of senses?

At the Stonewall Inn in New York City - the club where the legendary Stonewall riots took place in 1969 during which the gay liberation movement and the modern fight for gay and lesbian rights officially began - nothing is just quite like it seems: the lights of the bar at 53, Christopher Street, in
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Belarus
The last wall
Doors open, windows closed

In Belarus another European wall fell, but very few have realised it. When President Lukashenko announced that for the citizens of 80 countries a visa was no more needed to enter Belarus, somebody thought this was a kind of a revolution. There was just only one condition: everyone must enter Belarus
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Europe
Next generation at sea
New routes of hope in the Mediterranean

With the arrival of the vessel Iuventa - belonging to the NGO "Jugend Rettet" - the humanitarian emergency in the Mediterranean sea changes its route. This ship represents a Europe quite different from the one gravitating around Bruxelles bureaucracy and banks' interests: it's the fresh, energetic f
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Nigeria
Blessing Okoedion
The courage of freedom between Italy and Nigeria

At the end of June 2018, she has been awarded the prestigious "Hero of the Year" award by the US State Department for her commitment to the fight against human trafficking.

A former victim of human trafficking and forced to prostitution in Italy, Blessing is a young woman from Nigeria w
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India
The long road to school
Education in Zanskar has a solid base, stamina and some firm feet

Zanskar is a remote valley in Northern India, wedged between Ladakh and Kashmir, and hosts the namesake river, a tributary of the Indus. During winter, the numerous villages of the valley would be completely isolated from the rest of the world but since the river freezes, people can use it as a icy
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Italy
This Land is Our Land
How properties confiscated to the mafias come back to the civil society

"We run this place, work this land, but we do not own it. The civil society owns it".
Pietro Fragasso, president of the social cooperative Pietra di Scarto of Cerignola, in the Apulia region, is a kind, warm person. His glance becomes really serious when he talks about goods confiscated to the
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Mexico
The wall
The oddest frontier

The flow of migrants to the US Mexico border shows no sign of stopping.
As we all know, Donald Trump announced his plans to build a wall during his 2016 presidential campaign, and he confirmed this after his unexpected victory. He promised that Mexico would pay for the wall, although it's stil
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Nigeria
The Lagos shuffle
Total chaos in the centre of excellence

A city of 18 million, Africa's first and one of the largest on the planet. No longer Nigeria's capital since 1991, when Federal ministries were relocated in Abuja, yet the country's real financial core.

A cancer of concrete and steel where hopes and dreams and fortunes are made and shatter
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Argentina
The revolution of Antonio Gil
A legendary hero revives and fuels today's hopes in South America

From the suburbs of Buenos Aires to the most isolated Pampas' areas, a few words sound loud across Argentina: "Gracias, Gauchito Gil!".

The veneration of the legendary hero of the Paraguayan War (1864-1870), a man who came from a rural life to end being decapitated by the Liberal Party, is
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International photojournalism