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Gaza 2009..living in the darkness

I entered Gaza the 12th of January 2009 late in the evening with a group of doctors. It was my first time entering an active war zone and I was feeling kind of nervous. The feeling of anxiety worsened as a sound of bomb dropping near the bus made us all in the “Gaza city”...Read...

Free Burma Rangers

Uprooted minorities, 50 years on the run Mission inside Karen State, Burma Fifty years of civil war against ethnic groups have left Burma one of the poorest countries in the world. The military regime attacks the ethnic minorities, killing thousands, and leaving separated families and millions displaced all around Burma. The Free Burma Rangers (FBR)...Read...

Kos Island: Immigration versus Tourism

In Kos island, tourists that come back from nightclubs in the early hours step into immigrants boats arriving from Turkish coast 3,5 miles away. During the day immigrants stroll around the city waiting for their papers to be processed by the police. They rent bikes, sit around the port and take selfies as they feel...Read...

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