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|FRENCH FARMING DECLINE (58 photos)|
“An angel saved my life at the crucial moment. As I was on my knees and ready to kill myself…" Ganay’s experience is an increasingly familiar story across France.
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|CARPATHIAN MONASTERY (50 photos)|
Close to the frontier with Moldova and the Ukraine and beyond the fearsome and fabulous realm of Vlad Tepes or Dracula, as some prefer to call him a succession of monasteries emerge between beech forests, rivers, valleys and a number of plains.
© E. Scagnetti/TheReportage.com
|BANGLADESH: Climate refugees (34 photos)|
The phenomenon of migration climate is already visible in the world, especially in Bangladesh or in some Pacific islands. Climate change touches already every corner of the world and every aspect of people’s lives.As the global temperature increases, its impacts will become even more extreme.
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|COUNTRYSIDE, THE OTHER FRANCE (69 photos)|
Indebted, operated, silent, but Proud to be farmers!
In sixty years the farmers are now endangered.
The epic of the ordinary people that one can still meet in remote spots, along goatherd tracks. They are our memory. To all of us. Wisdom of a world carrying a legend, a world that knews how to listen and how to observe the daily beauty surrounding it.
© M. Saud/TheReportage.com
|THE LION KINGS OF MEDINA - SENEGAL (64 photos)|
To be a "boy Medina", a local youth, is at the same time an honor and a duty. An unknown good-for-nothing would fast be tracked down, the Baye Fall stay up ! Medina also has its Kings : "Simbel" or "Gaïndés", the lion-kings. Every time they invest a sector, fear, joy, jubilation, even madness spread into the streets. All began with a legend, a myth, a story like some griots tell in the villages of the bush.
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