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Lorenzo Meloni
b. Italy, 1983 (Associate)
During his reports on the battles against the Caliphate in Syria, Libya and Iraq, Lorenzo Meloni collected objects from the battlefield.
Included were propaganda objects and personal objects of affiliation to the Caliphate by IS fighters. Lorenzo was able to hide them in his flak jacket and take them back to France and photograph them in his living room. Read full story
May 29, 2019
Libya’s escalating violence has prompted international alarm. At least 50,000 people have been displaced and around 400 killed since the conflict resurged last month. The Libyan National Army (LNA) led by Commander Khalifa Haftar has focused their offensive in the capital, Tripoli, which is held by the internationally recognized Government of National Accord (GNA). The LNA, which is allied with a parallel... More...
May 15, 2019
Decreasing dependence on hydrocarbons has been a main priority in Saudi Arabia for decades, gaining new impetus through the plan Saudi Vision 2030 led by Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. By 2030, the country plans to diversify the economy and develop public service sectors such as health, education, recreation and infrastructure. Today, the oil and gas sector accounts for about 50% of Saudi Arabia’s... More...
May 1, 2019
During his reports on the battles against the Caliphate in Syria, Libya and Iraq, Lorenzo Meloni collected objects from the battlefield.
Included were propaganda objects and personal objects of affiliation to the Caliphate by IS fighters. Lorenzo was able to hide them in his flak jacket and take them back to France and photograph them in his living room. More...
Apr 17, 2019
Yemen is suffering from a severe humanitarian crisis following the outbreak of the Yemeni Civil War in 2015.
Water scarcity resulted in at least 16 million people lacking basic healthcare and doctors have struggled with the world's largest cholera outbreak, which resulted in more than 1.2 million suspected cases and 2,500 related deaths since April 2017.
Control over limited water resources is consistently... More...
Apr 12, 2019
Yemen is suffering from a severe humanitarian crisis following the outbreak of the Yemeni Civil War in 2015.
Water scarcity resulted in at least 16 million people lacking basic healthcare and doctors have struggled with the world's largest cholera outbreak, which resulted in more than 1.2 million suspected cases and 2,500 related deaths since April 2017.
Control over limited water resources is consistently... More...
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