On February 24, Russia's attack against Ukraine began. From February 26 to June, I stayed and worked in Ukraine. Warning: this project contains war and death
Until july 2020, in Sudan homosexuality was still punishable by death. The death penalty has been abolished but punishments still exist and are still ostracized in society.
Ronaldo has big ears, lives in the jungle and kills people. The bull elephant has already trampled to death more than a dozen residents in Chitwan National Park.
Like many radical groups, the Taliban are often perceived from the outside as a uniform block of inhuman fighting and killing machines. In fact, they appear to many Afghans, especially in large cities where they have not been able to appear in public for the past 20 years, as strangers, savages, and lepers.
A single mother who produces alcohol to make a living in the former Islamist dictatorship of Sudan.
A year ago, the Islamic State terrorist organization was defeated in Syria. But in the ongoing war, many people continue to wrestle with the dark legacy left behind by the jihadists.
Portraits of young men working as sex workers in the central park »Tiergarten« in Berlin Germany.
The de facto regime in Moldova located east of the Dniester River between Moldova and the Ukraine.
Old women are forced to work in a bone job among the mangroves as mussel fishers due to their precarious financial situation in Senegal.
On the run from the future. Strictly Protestant Mennonites in the Caribbean in Mexico.