Category: Stories

  • France, Paris migrant camp

      26 March, 2016. France, Paris. About a thousand of refugees and migrants from Afghanistan, Sudan, Somalia and Eritrea had found shelter under the Paris elevated railroad near the Stalingrad subway station in the north of the city. Migrants are living in squalid conditions, surrounded by trash and with no bathrooms. Residents of the camp…

  • Unfinished: Portraits of Kurdish Women fighters

    Unfinished: Portraits of Kurdish Women fighters

      “We want to demonstrate to the world the presence of women and their capability to fight and defend their rights as well as to be able to take a position in the military sphere.” A member of Women’s Protection Unit “YPJ” said.

  • Gaza’s forgotten residents

    Gaza’s el-Wafa Center for Aged Care is home to tens of elderly Palestinian men and women, many of whom suffer from physical ailments and have no relatives left to care for them. The home, located in the central Gaza Strip, provides its residents with basic health services, meals and rehabilitative care. Caretakers at the centre,…

  • Syrians flee battle for Tal Abyad

    Thousands of Syrians have been fleeing the city of Tal Abyad on the Turkish-Syrian border since it began to be targeted by US-led coalition jets amid ground clashes between fighters of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group and Syrian Kurdish units of the YPG backed by their allies.

  • The Battle for Kobane

    Fighters from the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) and Kurdish Peshmerga are fighting against Islamic State (IS) group in the Syrian besieged border town of Ain al-Arab (Kobane)

  • Um Al-Nasser Bedouin Village, GAZA

    Um Al-Nasser Bedouin Village, GAZA

      The Bedouin village is an area in the north of Gaza Strip known as Um Al Nasser village which is home to many of Gaza’s Bedouin. Gaza Bedouin community is a poorly funded, often neglected sector, whose simple homes are predominantly made of galvanized sheets for walls, floors of sand. Curtains are used as…

  • Rebuilding Gaza’s Tunnels

    Rebuilding Gaza’s Tunnels

    After the Egyptian army destroyed from their side all the tunnels connecting Gaza to Egypt, Palestinian tunnel workers and owners are starting to rebuild the underground channels in Rafah, near the border between Egypt and the Gaza Strip.

  • The Little Smuggler

    Mohamed Alhwani a 12-year-old, Palestinian refugee lives in Rafah city near the Egyptian border in the southern Gaza Strip, he spend 6 hours a day at work inside the tunnel, and returns late at night while in the morning he goes to school.

  • City of the Dead in Cairo and Gaza

    Cairo and Gaza are sharing the same suffering as both of their citizen took the cemeteries as homes to live and practice their daily life with dead and tombs.

  • The Battle of Aleppo, 2012

    The Free Syrian Army in Aleppo is made up of separate brigades and battalions, They cooperate when they encounter shortages of ammunition or manpower. Once rebels had liberated the countryside of Aleppo , they moved onto the city of Aleppo to fight Bashar al-Assad Army there.