STOP PRESS: Video-reportage from Antalya Protests over the death of Berkin Elvan


Regular FM`s readers have already met our Correspondents From the World Cody and Giselle. They currently are in Turkey where they witnessed Turkish riot police firing tear gas and water cannon to disperse several hundred people protesting over the death of Berkin Elvan.  [traduzione in italiano in basso] Berkin Elvan, who has been in a … Continue reading

Reportage: Alexandria by Jean-Marc De Coninck


Alexandria: And this freedom? Photos and text by Jean-Marc De Coninck Egypt’s most occidental and second town, continues actively with the participation of evicting Mohamed Morsi, the in 2012 democratically elected president and founder of the party for Liberty and Justice (PJL) emerging from the Muslim Brotherhood. Alexandria, once housing one of world’s seven Wonders, … Continue reading

Reportage: Land of Light by Giannis Papanikos

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Giannis Papanikos was born in Thessaloniki. In 2011 he bought his first camera and began studying photography in Stereosis school of Photography in the center of Thessaloniki. At the same time he started working as a photojournalist,  and doing assignments for a Free Press Ecological Journal. The first project he worked on was called ” … Continue reading

Reportage: The Indignados by Joey Panetta

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– The Indignados Photos and text by Joey Panetta –As we currently find ourselves in the midst of a global economic and social tail spin, I’d like to focus on a group of people that have adopted the name, The Spanish Indignados.   Like the Occupy Wall Street movement (OWS), the Indignados were brought together in … Continue reading

Reportage: The creature in the wild


Text and photos by Sandra van Hoek – Over thousands of years, bears have been pointed out as dangerous beasts. Meat eaters, ruthless, rampaging camps, backyards and homes only in search of food, killing everything that comes in their way. The coliseum in Rome most likely has a graveyard with hundreds if not thousands bone … Continue reading

Reportage: Iceland

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Testo e fotografie di Cecilia Bianchi Le destinazioni come al solito sono terre fredde, ghiacciate, semi desolate. E’ passato del tempo, ma ricordo quelle settimane come le più tranquille e rilassate che una persona possa sperare di godersi in una vita. Periodo di calma prima della tempesta che ancora non sapevo sarebbe arrivata. Un viaggio … Continue reading

Reportage: Nowhere In Israel


Nowhere In Israel by Jenna Gang [Traduzione in Italiano in basso] – I first visited Israel in 2010 and fell in love with its sunlight. Back in America, I continually  thought of when I would return. Each night I imagined the rustling waves of the Mediterranean Sea to help me fall asleep.  I wanted to … Continue reading

Reportage: March Against Rape – Beirut (Lebanon) by Rachel Partamian


March Against Rape – Beirut (Lebanon) Photos and text by Rachel Partamian [Traduzione in Italiano in basso] Lebanon is a country which does not criminalize sexual harassment and rape in all it’s forms. On January 14 2012 , men and women decided to go to the streets to call the government to decide on laws … Continue reading

Reportage: A Tibetan Protest


A Tibetan Protest by Joey Panetta [scroll down for italian version] While photographing my way through India a few years back, I stopped off in the small mountain village of Dharamsala, in Himachal Pradesh. I anticipated some great photo opportunities here as this was the home town of the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government … Continue reading

Reportage: Before and after – How genocide changed Rwanda’s women


Before and after – how genocide changed Rwanda’s women Written by Sarah Davinson Photographs by  Annie Bungeroth [Scorrere in basso per la traduzione in Italiano] Rwandan women live with the scars of war. Many are trying to rebuild their lives after losing homes, livestock and belongings. All said they would never be the same again… … Continue reading