20 May 2016

From the archive: daily life in Kabul

Afghan boys sit around a fire after a long day scavenging for recyclables at a garbage dump site in the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan.



04 May 2016

From the archive: SPLA soldier

An Sudan People Liberation Army (SPLA) soldier at the frontline near Bentiu, Unity State, South Sudan.



28 April 2016

27 April 2016

From the archive: Libya war

Libyan rebel fighters praying inside an outpost near Bir Ayyad, in the western mountains of Libya.



25 April 2016

Tearsheets: Iceland in Expresso

Here's the tearsheet of my latest story on the political crisis in Iceland over the Prime Minister's involvement in the Panama Papers and the Icelandic Pirate Party's growing popularity, published in this week's print edition of Expresso.




20 April 2016

On assignment: in Reykjavik, Iceland

Locals gathered in front of the parliament building (Alþingi) in central Reykjavik, to protest against the involvement of Iceland’s government members in the Panama Papers leak.



22 March 2016

On assignment: Cold mornings in Idomeni

Migrants walk by the border post between Greece and Macedonia during a foggy morning in Idomeni, Greece.



16 March 2016

On assignment: on the shores of Lesbos

A spanish volunteer lights an emergency flare to call the attention of Syrian and Afghan migrants approaching the coast of the greek island of Lesbos on a precarious dinghy.



15 March 2016

Tearsheets: Migrant crisis in Expresso

Here's two tearsheets of my feature stories on the refugee and migrant crisis in Lesbos and Idomeni, published in Expresso.




14 March 2016

On assignment: Idomeni

Syrian refugees are seen standing outside their tents, after a night of heavy rain fall, at the Greek-Macedonian border station of Idomeni, Greece.



13 March 2016

On assignment: The cold nights of Idomeni

Syrian refugees sit around a fire pit used to keep tents warm during the cold nights at the border between Greece and Macedonia in Idomeni, Greece. Around 13,000 migrants and refugees, mostly from the Middle East and African nations, are believe to be stranded here awaiting a chance to proceed their journey towards Germany and other northern European countries.



10 March 2016

On assignment: Stranded in Idomeni

Migrants pass by tents set up near the border between Greece and Macedonia (FYROM) in Idomeni, Greece. 

Around 13,000 migrants and refugees, mostly from the Middle East and African nations, are believe to be stranded here awaiting a chance to proceed their journey towards Germany and other northern European countries.



25 February 2016

Tearsheets: Irish election in Libération

The french newspaper Libération published today one of my photographs of anti-austerity campaign in Ireland to illustrate a story on the upcoming Irish elections.



10 February 2016

From the archive: Nuba mountains

Yusef Idris lays in a bed at Gidel Hospital, recovering from severe burns caused by bombardments by Sudan’s Army warplanes in the village of Al Kanyard. Two of his brothers and his aunt died during the attack.



28 January 2016

From the archive: Holocaust survivor

Tomi Reichental, an 80 year old Holocaust survivor, poses for a picture at his house in south Dublin, Ireland. 

Mr. Reichental, who was taken by the Nazis to the notorious Bergen-Belsen concentration camp as a nine-year-old boy, has lived in Dublin since 1959 and regularly talks to Irish schools about his experiences in the concentration camp during World War II. 

He is the author of the book, I Was A Boy In Belsen.



25 January 2016

From the archive: Egypt failed revolution

As the fifth anniversary of the Egypt's revolution approaches, here's a photo taken during clashes between protestors and police in central Cairo in 2011.