International photojournalism

Europe
Journey of a life
How a simple flight can change your life

If you are sick and need bone marrow transplant to survive, there is a chance in over 100,000 that you will find a compatible donor somewhere in the world. When a batch of bone marrow is extracted from a donor, there are only 24-36 hours before it can be safely implanted in the recipient patient. Be
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Guinea Bissau
Saudade Bissau

When during Fifteenth century the Portuguese fleet begun to sail the Atlantic ocean, Guinea coasts were among the first territories to be explored, and in 1446 Portugal declared them as its own possession. The real colonisation started a lot later, and it was the result of endless conflicts - mostly
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China
Rolls Royce generation
Young millionaires in Shanghai: not an ordinary Chinese life

They are the new Chinese entrepreneurs. Young, bright, lovers of luxury, they refuse the past (that is, politics) and look at the future with managerial grit. Boasting U.S. University degrees and European girlfriends. To settle they chose Shanghai, the New York of the East, an ambitious, cosmopolita
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Liberia
Ebola - Third Millennium plague
Where an invisible death has the efficiency of a soldier

The new principles that regulate social relations in Monrovia are simple: if you touch the wrong person, you die. Touch the person who has touched the wrong person, you die. Get on the wrong taxi, you die. You distractingly scratch your eye or light a cigarette with the hand that has touched the wro
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Italy
Isola: the Island of Milan
The place to be

"L'Isola" (the island) is a former popular and working class district built at the end of the ninetenth century around Porta Nuova, close to the center of Milan. In recent years the district has undergone many changes becoming the new "place to be" while waiting for the Expo 2015. But unlike what ha
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India
Women Empowerment
Violence on women in India has never been so evident

A 23 years old girl was gang raped by six men on a bus in Delhi suburbs. The injuries she reported were so dramatic she died after two weeks in December 2012. Instead of hiding her tragedy, her family demanded openly justice and forced India to become aware of this latent problem. Violence against w
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World
Destination Hope

The right to health is universal, yet health is a right often denied. For many, it is simply too far away to be reached easily. Millions of people all over the world are forced to take long and sometimes excruciating trips to access the medical assistance which is not available in their city or coun
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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 throu
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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 compar
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Bangladesh
Ship eaters

Chittagong, Bhatiary seafront, south-eastern Bangladesh: a laid-up ship arrives on a beach in the Gulf of Bengal to be dismantled. Like ants, hundreds of men, often adolescents, attack it to take it to pieces: a supertanker, weighing 20 thousand tons, literally disappears in four months. It produces
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China
New York of the Far East

In the 1930s it was the Paris of the East. Worse, they called it "Asia's whore". Today, almost a Century later, Shanghai has become the new New York: the head of the dragon, the locomotive of economic growth, the entrance door of the world's richest country (China will soon become that). Thus, Shang
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Bolivia
Tinku fighting
A project by Francesco Alesi & Jesper Klemedsson.

At 4,000 meters of altitude, in the Bolivian Andes, life is a constant struggle. Here, descendants of the Incas still live from the fertile soil of the mountains. But it takes more than just ancient skills for to have a good harvest: according to the people of the Andes, once a year Mother Earth (Pa
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Japan
Hakone, Rising Sun's hot side
How Japanese people relax in their best onsen

Onsen is the Japanese word for hot spring, and indicates also the bathing facilities around the spring itself. Onsen have been frequented and loved for centuries and, due to its volcanic origin, there are lot of them evrywhere in the country. Japanese people are used to enter naked into the onsen,
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Israel
Beach life

Tel Aviv is worldwide known as the city that never sleep, the place where there is always at least a club open, 24 hours a day. One of the local favourite leisure activities, anyway - enjoyed by tourists, too - is to crowd the 5 kilometers of beaches extending along an endless line of big hotels in
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Italy
Crazy Emerald Coast

Fifty years ago the Aga Khan discovered the Emerald Coast. In 2012, the Emir of Qatar bought it for 600 million Euros. In between, decades of craziness and extravagance which turned the small Sardinian waterfront in the world's most exclusive paradise. Once upon a time, goats would graze on Capricci
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South Korea
On the border
The last wall of the Cold War is a funfair closely watched by soldiers

Its name is Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), and it is the buffer zone created at the end of the war in 1953. Five hundred kilometres along the 38th parallel, open to tourists after half a century of isolation, which become a coast-to-coast trip through pristine nature reserves, underground tunnels
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International photojournalism