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Gaza Today, July 22nd, 2014

Gaza Today, July 22nd, 2014

Cover Photo: Tilde De Wandel, (the cover photo was published on positive magazine on august 9th, 2012, all the other photos have been taken the 22nd of july, 2014) #452520724 / A picture taken from the southern Israeli Gaza border shows smoke billowing from the coastal Palestinian enclave following an Israeli air strike on


Goskateday 2014: Rome

Photos: Giacomo Cosua The 24th of June has been the international skateboard day: skaters all around the globe met to enjoy their favourite sport. We have been in Rome, documenting the #goskateday in the Italian capital, even if in Milan the meeting was much bigger. An amazing spot, under the “Ponte della Musica” (The music

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Not in the news: Ukrainian Shearers

Photos & text by Imanol Villota Ivan, Denys and his four fellow Ukrainian countrymen have rested on several mattresses inside his van. No other amenities demanded. Here is an opportunity to return to their country, now at war, with some savings. There will be no rest for them over the next few weeks. It begins


Transnistria: Body building.

Transnistria (also called Trans-Dniestr or Transdniestria) is a breakaway state located mostly on a strip of land between the River Dniester and the eastern Moldovan border with Ukraine. Since its declaration of independence in 1990, and especially after the War of Transnistria in 1992, it is governed as the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR, also known

Buried paradise

Buried paradise

Reportage by Valeria Scrilatti On 20th September 1991, Montenegro declared itself the first ecological state of the world. This statement has soon turned out to be a broken promise: the duties and responsibilities to preserve the nature of this young country,considered one of the last ecological oasis in Europe, have been buried under concrete. The


No to Big Cruise Ships in Venice Demonstration

Giacomo Cosua reporting from Venice “No more big ships in Venice!” That was the message of the demonstration that took place yesterday in Venice, starting from Piazzale Roma, the bus station of the city until the Port of the city, with the idea of blocking the access to the cruise ships for few hours. These


Clinging to Peace

Along the banks of the Moei River in eastern Myanmar, also known as Burma, a woman named Naw Bee Po lives with her husband and 4 children in a small village. At first glance it appears to be a peaceful, tight knit community whose primary interests include education for their children, land to cultivate and


Between Tides

Photos by Carlos Zaya About 1 hour after the arrival sitting in the back seat of a local taxi heading to the hotel, tragedy strikes down from no where and takes us by shock. What happened next turned pretty much everything upside down. A boy, who looks like less then ten years old, is trying