Monthly Archives: September 2016

Meet those who won’t leave Aleppo

Both parts of Aleppo are in a state of war. Conditions in the rebel-controlled east are particularly bad, as they have been for years. But 275,000 people remain there. Meet three people who refuse to leave their hometown, no matter … Continue reading

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Amman’s old school gym for the foreign and the working class

I go to a gym called Man’s Fitness Corner in downtown Amman. There are a few Westerners, but most members are locals or from Africa, the rest of the Middle East and Asia. They’re mostly migrants, refugees, students and other … Continue reading

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Who are the 18 killed in action YPG volunteers?

I put together this photo piece on the YPG’s foreign volunteers who have died while fighting ISIS in Syria with the Kurdish group. It includes a complete list of the dead. They are mostly from the West, but some are … Continue reading

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