International photojournalism

Italy
The Strait for Unesco?
Calabria and Sicily joined by the Strait of Messina

For once we do not speak about the elusive bridge - mysterious and imaginary - which should link the two cities, but rather about the breaking idea of nominating the entire area between the main Southernmost regions of Italy, to the World Heritage Sites list of the Unesco. The official request will
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Italy
Baranzate multiethnics

A tiny, yet vibrating, melting pot in a small centre about 8 km northwest of Milan. Dozens of families, at least 70 different nationalities, live together peacefully in Baranzate, a commune of 11.000 inhabitants with the highest concentration - 26,5% costantly rising - of immigrants in Italy. This l
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Liberia
Madam President, Nobel for Peace

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has been president of Liberia since January 2006 and, at 73, is the first woman in the history of Africa to be elected head of state. They call her the Iron Lady, the black Thatcher: without exaggeration. Sirleaf is a self-made woman, thanks to her tenacity and integrity. She w
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Kenya
Happy 50th birthday

The independent state of Kenya turned 50 in 2013. Since 1963 Nairobi, the largest city in Eastern Africa with more than 4 million people, is the capital of a developed country growing at a fast rate, where wealth is concentrated in the hands of few millionaires. Nairobi is a mirror for the country:
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Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hopping Into Tito's Bunker

It was October 1962 and the Cuban missile crisis was about to drag Europe into the nightmare of a global nuclear warfare. Although the Russians decided to dismantle all their atomic weaponry, the Cold War kept going on until the fall of the Communist regimes at the end of the 1980s and all the gover
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United Kingdom
Tomb Riders

In the United Kingdom, reverend Paul Sinclair, a Scottish-born ex Pentecostal minister, ex motorcycle stuntman, created a funeral entrerprise with no rivals in the world: a fleet of motorcycle hearses that guarantee the departed a last voyage definitely out of the ordinary. The idea was successful b
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Mongolia
Ulaanbaatar, the glam side

Ulaanbaatar (Ulan Bator) looks like a chip of future popped out in the middle of an apparently frozen country in his distant past. All around, Mongolia is wholly made of steppes and deserts, inhabited by nomads who still live in "Ger" (traditional circular tents) and crossed by herds of yaks and hor
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China
Winter In Beijing

Lunar new year in Beijing, during the Spring Festival, among neighborhood fairs, frozen lakes and fried scorpion delicacies. Looking for the fascination of the Forbidden City and the ancient temples, under a sky as clear as it gets throughout the year. For those who love the bitter cold and the uniq
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Italy
The death supermarket

Dying has its own price, and it's shown on a price tag. This is the new frontier of consumerism: funerary consumerism with products, services, marketing communication and even special offers. Business, to cut a long story short. This is the core business of Tanexpo, the biennal fair of Bologna devot
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Kuwait
Can't wait

One of the Gulf's richest countries, with a most troubled recent history. Invaded in 1990 by Saddam Hussein's Iraqi troops, it was literally razed to the ground. Oil wells were burned. A curtain of thick black smoke filled the sky, and for a year the sun did not rise over the country. To date, many
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Brazil
The forgotten Sertao

It's the other Brazil, the anti-Amazon, the poorest and most arid region in Latin America. The Sertao, the Brazilian outback, is twice the size of England: part sea, part desert and part steppe, where life is hard and poverty is rife in the streets. Half of South America's poorest inhabitants live h
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Kenya
Masai Training School

"The shuka? It's red, because when you fight you won't see your blood and you won't be afraid". The courageous Masai warrior smiles. The young German manager who has just arrived in the Laikipia plateau, two hundred kilometres north of Nairobi, isn't so amused. This is the location of the new Masai
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Mozambique
Quirimbas Time Machine

Forgotten islands off the northern coast of Mozambique, once flourishing and crowded, the nerve centres of the Swahili kingdom, the province of the Islamic empire, then of the slave trade and the Portuguese colonial administration. Today they're abandoned to themselves, the colonial architecture slo
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Niger
Africa International Film Festival

In December, 2009, the ION film festival, an itinerant film festival, landed in Port Harcourt, capital of Nigeria's oil industry. The idea of the festival was to unite the World's three largest film producers: Hollywood, Bollywood and Nollywood, besides the aim to renew the image of the tormented Ni
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Palestine
The rubbish-fish boy

Gaza's youngest fisherman picks up his net among waste in the port. His name is Atef, he is 10 years old, a fan of the Barcelona football team and lives in the so-called Beach Camp, the Al-Shati refugee camp north of Gaza City. "There is not much fish off shore and we cannot go out more than 6 miles
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Mongolia
Hunting with Eagles

A legend says that the Kazakh people were created together with the eagles. ' There are also a great number of eagles, all broken to catch wolves, foxes, deer, and wild goats ' writes Marco Polo in his Travels, describing the great hunting expeditions which took place in Cathay. Once diffuse in the
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International photojournalism