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Jungle

An illegal refugee and immigrant camp has been growing near Calais, France since June, 2015. In less than a year, about 6,000 people are estimated to have moved into the camp. It has been nicknamed the Calais Jungle but residents call it simply the...

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U.S. President eyes Alaska

Standing at the bow of the Viewfinder, President Barack Obama gripped the steel railing as the boat cut through the deep blue water of Resurrection Bay amid the mountains, islands and glaciers in the Kenai Fjords National Park.MORE...

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SMALL THIN GIPSY WEDDING

The word Gypsy, in the minds of many, evokes images of beggers, frauds and thieves using handicapped children to appeal to the mercy - and wallets - of passersby, only to collect money for wealthy lives. A 'gypsy wedding', can raise even more...

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AFRIKA, THE WORLD'S DUMP - DOC!...

Limited printed edition of online doc! photo magazine #31. Reportage on world's largest e-waste dump in Agbogbloshie, Accra, Ghana.MORE...

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Leaving Kobani

Syrian Kobani and Turkish suruc have been sister cities for nearly a hundred years. They were mostly inhabited by Kurdish people, related by blood, businesses, and their common culture. When Ottoman Empire collapsed and independent Syria came into...

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SULTAN OF MOMBASA - POLITYKA 15...

Weekly "Polityka", No 16, 15 April 2015. Reportage on current situation in Kenya.MORE...

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The Auschwitz survivor

Mrs. Alfreda Lipska was born in 1922 in village Biała Góra, Poland. Despite her 93 years, Mrs. Lipska is youthful and vigorous. Her demeanor is all the more surprising given her history and suffering during World War II. She is a survivor from the...MORE...

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U.S. President eyes Alaska
Standing at the bow of the Viewfinder, President Barack Obama gripped the steel...
The Auschwitz survivor
Mrs. Alfreda Lipska was born in 1922 in village Biała Góra, Poland. Despite her...
The House of Soviets
The House of Soviets is unfinished building in Kaliningrad, Russia. The design...
New Year's Day in Gdansk
People splash in the cold water at the annual "Walrus Swim" on New...
Showreel 2014
The visual summary of 2014.We had an interesting year. We worked in Alaska,...
Rarely seen Christmas
24.12.2014 Christmas Eve at hospice in Puck Poland. photo: Dominik Werner
Syrian Playground
Since summer 2011 when revolution in Syria turned into civil war which until...
Stories
Pir Shaliar Maciej Moskwa

Deep in the valleys of Iran's Kurdistan province, a stone's throw away from Iraq, the small village of Howraman Takht celebrates...

Newroz in Syria Maciej Moskwa

2011, 21 March Kurdistan, Syria. Newroz is ancient Persian festival. Commonly known as an Iranian New Year. It is also celebrated...

MINGLING CULTURES Common Work

May, 2013. A travelling group of Drepung Loseling Tibetan Buddhist monks spent a week in New Orleans in advance of the Dalai Lama’s...

Sikh Kitchen Paweł Wyszomirski

The Sikhs are one of the most recongizable religious communities in the world. Their homeland is Punjab in India and Pakistan....

The Little Poland in France Przemysław Kozłowski

The Polish community in France, a country that has long been a Polish ally, is one of the oldest in Europe and has nearly 800,000...

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