Guerrilla Nation

 

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The Monastery of AIDS

 

 

 

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The last stand

 

After two and a half months of revolt and demands in Hong Kong, the only traces left of what could be considered the most importan... See gallery


The damage done

 

The rugged and mountainous forests of Kachin State have been ravaged by conflict since June 2011, when hostilities... See gallery


The broken ones
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Kachin, the Silent War

 

 

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Burma: 40 Year War Continues to Displace Ethnic Kachin

Tens of thousands in Burma's Kachin state have been forced from their homes as fighting continues between Burmese government forces ... See gallery


The Rohingya: Exiled in their own country

 

The Rohingya is a Muslim minority group living in Arakan State, a somewhat isolated region in Northwestern Burma, along the border... See gallery


Lights in the dark

 

 

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Medical commissions

Healthcare in the Saharawi camps exists mainly thanks to international humanitarian aid. Medical commissions sent from different parts of Spain come on a continuous basis.
These surgical (me... See gallery


Garbage dump in the desert

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Portrait of a people in exile

After more than 35 years, Sahrawi people are still living in makeshift camps established in the Algerian Hammada, one of the most inhospitable regions of the Sahara Desert.
Fleeing from Moro... See gallery


Correfoc, playing with fire

 

   It is night and the lights go out. It is the signal that announces the imminent beginning. In the courtyard... See gallery