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Brazil
Red earth of no one
By Nadia Shira Cohen and Paulo Siqueira

In October, 2012, the Guarani-Kaiowa indigenous tribe of Brazilian state Mato Grosso Do Sul vowed to fight to their death in a dispute over the land of their ancestors. The community of 50 men, 50 women and 70 children wrote a chilling letter to the Brazilian government. "We have all decided that we will not leave this place, neither alive nor dead."
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Nepal
Andho, a brighter future.
In Nepali language, "andho" indicates a blind person. In Kathmandu, the capital, andho people sing in clubs and play cricket, give massages to mountaineers and run libraries with braille books. In Nepal blindness is a quite widespread disease: the nation is one of the hardest hit in the world compared to the population. And if in big cities to cure cataract illness may be relatively easy, for poor
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Sudan
The endless war
This specific war is nothing more than the backwash of the dramatic conflict that hit the country from 1983 to 2005 and caused almost two million victims, with government troops on one side and the Sudan People's Liberation Army on the other. A clash which intensified after the coup of Omar al-Bashir in '89, and ended with a peace agreement that led to the referendum on 9 July 2011, the Independe
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Germany
The Wall's voices 25 years after
For many years, Berlin was the nucleus of the Cold War between the West and the Communist world. The Wall, which divided the city from 1961 to 1989, became the symbol of the drama suffered by the German population after Nazism and the tragedy of the Second World War. The year 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the destruction of the Wall. We met those who lived the history of the Wall first hand:
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Mongolia
Transmongolian
The Secret History of the Mongols, the oldest literary work written in the Mongolian language, tells how Gengis Khan was able to put under his control more than 30 fighting tribes, and how, once in power, he declared homosexuality immediately illegal in order to attempt to increase the population of his new empire. Today, more than 800 years later, Mongolia is an independent country with the lowes
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Russia
Astrakhan: the Black Gold
The city of Astrakhan is perhaps one of the most famous in the world for the black caviar production. It lies on the bank of the Volga River about 100 Km from the Caspian Sea. This is the place where 95% of the living wild sturgeon concentrates, including the Beluga sturgeon, a species from which the finest caviar of world is obtained. When the caviar was part of the daily food, especially for po
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China
Last call of the Great Wall
This is a 4,000-miles cycling journey along the Great Wall of China, from Dunhuang (Gansu province) across the desert of Xinjiang up to Dandong (Liaoning province) near the border with North Korea; three months spent on a bike through Northern China's mainland.

The Great Wall passes through several provinces: Gansu, Ningxia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia, Hebei and Liaoning, finally r
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Iran
I ran from Iran
"I started photography when I was 18 years old. At the beginning I worked as a waiter in a restaurant in Sari, in Northern Iran, to earn some money to buy me a camera. In 2005 I began taking pictures for Fars News Agency in Iran after I met its picture editor by chance. I still remember that during that time I hardly knew how cameras worked. While I was shooting for them I used to experiment a lot
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