International photojournalism

Italy
In the rice triangle

The European China is located between Lombardy and Piedmont and is a perfect network of ditches, streams and small canals ten thousand kilometres long. A unique hydraulic system in continental Europe waters 235,000 hectares of fields which produce most of European rice. During spring, the "rice tria
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Nagorno Karabakh
The Limbo Nation
A forgotten drama

Nagorno Karabakh is a landlocked region in the South Caucasus, lying between Lower Karabakh and Zangezur, covering the southeastern range of the Lesser Caucasus mountains. In 1991 its inhabitants decided for independence, shortly after the collapse of the Soviet Union. But, unluckily, they never rec
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Italy
The two faces of Milan

Abandoned skyscrapers, incomplete neighborhoods, as well as deserted factories, empty schools, vacant houses and offices, derelict swimming pools and parking lots. Milan is looking forward to Expo 2015 but is ignoring an embarrassing present: almost 1,7 million square metres in the city are occupied
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North Korea
The Cult

Their faces are on the big wall paintings that in a country with no advertising board are the only spots of color in the cities, suspended in a surreal atmosphere where time seems to have been frozen in the 1950s. They are inside the government buildings and on the pins that every North Korean citiz
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Italy
Mr. President, I'm Italian too

G2 (Generation 2) is the common definition used to identify boys and girls born in Italy from foreign parents, who, according to the Italian government, can't be Italian citizens until they turn 18. The issue is becoming of great interest and involves artists like Amir, a young rapper born in Italy
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Western Sahara
Lost Saharawi
A dying nation

Mohammed Abdelaziz, President of the SADR - Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic -, died on May 31 2016, after a long sickness. He devoted his full life to the struggle for the freedom of his people, who mostly are still living in 4 refugee camps in Southern Algeria. We have met him some time ago during
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China
Ordos, a ghost city

It's the most spectacular example of a Chinese phenomenon: unsold flats, unlet shops, empty office blocks. The Kangbashi district began as a public-works project in Ordos, a wealthy coal-mining town in Inner Mongolia. The area is now filled with office towers, administrative centers, government buil
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Thailand
Thai Child Boxing

Thai boxing, or Muay Thai is not stranger to controversy. It's a rough sport that can make Western boxing look like a gentlemen' s hobby. Muay Thai fighters employ punches, kicks, knee and elbows strikes that can incapacitate the opponents. But what is even more controversial is that underage childr
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Ethiopia
A waterless paradise

"Drought in Ethiopia is worse than a military coup". This is what Sando Santilli admits as he jumps on his car heading to Sora, in Southern Ethiopia. Sandro - an Italian-born from a family based in Addis Ababa for 3 generations - designs and produces filtering systems to make pond and muddy river wa
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Italy
Rome, the fountain of desires

As for every huge, renowned city, Rome has its own ritual: throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountain grants the visitor to come back to the eternal city. Where all these coins end up eventually? Who collect and use them? Every morning, short after dawn, 4 employees from AMA (the company in charge of t
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Greenland
Arctic ice

The expedition 'Graal II' has been organized by the French speleological association Spele'Ice, created and lead by speleologist Serge Aviotte at his 14th expedition on the Greenland glaciers. The explored area is approximately 80 km north of Ilulissat, on the eastern coast of Greenland, on the 70th
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Tunisia
In the traffickers' web

Two and a half years after the fall of Ben Ali's regime in January 2011, Tunisia is still one of the main places from which many refugees and immigrants take off to reach Italy. The police and the coast guard do not patrol ports and territorial waters, and many Tunisians, as well as refugees coming
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Palestine
Gaza is wonderful!

From the outside Gaza looks like an open air jail. Even if the people who live there dream about a normal life, for the rest of the world Gaza looks like hell. Seen from the inside instead, Gaza is a place of dignity and hope that - unluckily - nobody wants to tell about. Gaza is Wonderful! it is ob
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China
Chinese on holidays

Having fun is glorious! Quoting the well known Deng Xiaoping words about getting rich, this could be the modern slogan for the Chinese holidaymakers. A few days on the seaside are today a must for the new Chinese middle class. The tropical island of Hainan, nicknamed the Hawaii of China, is now the
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Thailand
The Bangkok Attraction

In Bangkok prostitution it's a thriving industry. One estimate published in 2003 placed the sex trade in Thailand at US$ 4.3 billion per year or about three percent of the Thai economy and the number of sex workers from 80.000 to two million women and men. The people who benefit from their services,
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Egypt
Revolutionary Art
How artists stand up for freedom
Among the thousands of young people who crowded the Egyptian squares during the revolution in 2011 - demanding a radical change to the Egyptian regime - there were also many artists. Just like the other demonstrators, they were fed up with a political system which has been systematically erasing peo
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International photojournalism