International photojournalism

Italy
Endless Duomo
Go deep in Milan's art and history of its most famous Cathedral

Under the Milan cathedral, better known as Duomo, there's a hidden factory where, from centuries, a lot of people work endlessly: bricklayers, carpenters, sculptors, restorers. The Duomo is an infinite construction site because itÂ’s built with a marble so unique and beautiful but also fragile when i
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Slovenia
Ljubljana
Europe's green capital

Ljubljana appears to be the perfect manifesto of an environmentally sustainable city. It has been proclamed "European Green Capital for 2016", by the EU Commission and his celebrating its new soul with events and ambitious projects.

With its 287,000 inhabitants, has suddenly become a model
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Slovenia
Metelkova
Artistic squatting in Ljubljana

Forget Christiania and other failed, utopian "alternative" spots. In the heart of Ljubljana (Slovenia's capital), in what was a 19th century military barracks of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, lie one of the largest and arguably most successful urban squats in Europe. The self proclaimed Metelkova "Me
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India
Mother Teresa for Saint!
The angel of Calcutta

On September 4th, 2016 Pope Francis will proclaim saint a tiny nun from Albania, born in 1910 and passed away 87 years later: Mother Teresa. Just by saying that name everybody recalls immediately her minute figure, wrapped up in a white and blue sari, always with a smile on her wrinkled face. Having
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United States
Jail Zoo
Living in a cage

There is a sanctuary six miles from Duval Street in Key West, Florida where abandoned, abused, confiscated and donated animals are cared for by inmates at the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Stock Island Detention Center. The farm started 20 years ago as a haven for a flock of ducks whose numbers whe
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Italy
(Un)welcome to Austria
Here's how the migrants will try to cross the Alps

In 2016, once the "Balkan route" is closed, migrants will land on Italian coasts. And come summer, many will try to cross the Alps. But at the Brenner Pass, the main gateway to Northern Europe, Austria has sealed the borders for them, and many believe the risk is that sooner or later this will creat
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Philippines
Tomb raiders
Manila North Cemetery's population is very much alive

At least six thousand people arrived at Manila's North Cemetery well ahead of schedule: for they are all still alive. The space reserved for the dead, in the capital of the Philippines which counts more than 12 million inhabitants and suffocates under the weight of an out-of-control overpopulation,
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Oman
Fair winds
Sailor women of the Middle East

Ibtisam Al-Salmi, 25 years old, is the most professional woman sailor in the Middle East. She is an Omani girl and since 2012 she trains at the Oman Sail, a non-profit organization that was established in 2008.

His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said's vision was to rekindle Oman's maritime h
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Europe
Via Francigena
From Rome to Jerusalem along the ancient pilgrim paths

'A journey of a thousand miles always begins with a single step'.

The act of reaching a far destination on foot shows the will to test oneself strength investing some of your energy and time to get deeper into a man's soul. The time spent walking may really change your life. The Italian Mi
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Europe
Pure white
Albinism in Europe

Albinism is a rare (and thus little studied) genetic anomaly that affects people in variable extent in every corner of the earth. The available data are scarce and it is not easy to get an idea of its spread. In Europe there seems to be an incidence of 1 in 17,000, in Africa the percentage is higher
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World
Brothers and Sisters
My Mennonite family

"I used to be a Mennonite, so I began to tell a story about Russian Mennonites who today live in German speaking villages in Sibiria, Germany and Manitoba (Canada). Although Russian Mennonites have been living apart for up to two decades, they are still connected by their faith, their traditions and
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Brazil
The rhythm of a change
Favelas new lifestyle

The favelas of Rio de Janeiro are mostly known for violence and drug trafficking. But, even if those problems still exist, life for most of the inhabitants has nothing to do with that. Favelas are becoming safer and better organized. The majority of them have running water and electricity and offer
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Venezuela
The Q crisis
When a life in a queue is a nightmare come true

High inflation, continuos blackouts, hospitals without medications, endless queues out of supermarkets and the capital, Caracas, declared the "most dangerous town in the world".

Venezuela is living one of its worst moments: corruption, devastating policies and the oil price drop put the wh
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Cuba
Islam in Cuba
Another faith under the Caribbean sun

According to a recent, yet unofficial, survey, the Cuban Muslim community should count around 4,000 people, most of them converted in recent years. Raul Castro's government is in fact more flexible not just in terms of diplomatic and trade relations, but also in terms of freedom of belief. This resu
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Kenya
Kakuma, nowhere on Earth
Where Islamic terrorism meets no-man's land

In the extreme north of Kenya, not far from the South Sudanese border, is a hot, dusty and waterless place called nowhere. Or Kakuma, as it translates in the local Turkana language. Since 1992, Kakuma is the place that the Kenya government has chosen to give temporary shelter to hundreds of thousand
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Mexico
Facing the Blue
Shark fishing in Mexico

Shark fishing in Mexico is considered one of the toughest and most dangerous jobs in the world.
"Miedo y respecto" (fear and respect) are two words that Reyes Cosio, a 10 years experienced shark fisherman, always uses to define the relationship between himself and the surrounding environment.
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International photojournalism