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THE GARBAGE HOLIDAYS IN FRANCE (24 photos)
The story takes place in France during the summer, on a coastline. We can not be precise in order to preserve the anonymity of the place and characters. Every day, young man from a family, who spends her holidays at the beach, as many of our compatriots, are going to pick up food from supermarket trash.
© A. Mouthon/TheReportage.com
Peace Process in turkish Kurdistan (63 photos)
The end of the PKK's armed struggle against the Turkish state has been officially announced to the people in Diyarbakir. Its leader, Mr Öcalan had negotiated with Ankara that the PKK guerrillas withdrew from Turkey. On the ground, the big question is whether the Peshmerga will happen in Iraq with or without their weapons. And wait to see the counterparty. It speaks of the "Peace Process" to all street corners.
© A. Mouthon/TheReportage.com
ATATURK FACE OF TURKEY (10 photos)
Ataturk, the father of Turkish people and the Turkish Republic is the benchmark for modern Turkey. An emblem and a myth for all Turkey.
© N. IMRE/TheReportage.com
- 200 M€ : EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, MEET ITS INCONSISTENCIES. (30 photos)
An immense logistic and bureaucratic machine works each month to move to Strasbourg and to return to Brussels 4 days later. This operation engages the removal of 3.000 boxes, uses 8 trucks and all that costs 200 million euros / year to Europeans.
© E. Scagnetti/TheReportage.com     
HONG KONG, CITY OF CONTRASTS (49 photos)
The ancient British colony, since 1997 special administrative region of south-eastern China, keeps many contrasts. First of all Hong Kong has the appearance of a megalopolis: a megalopolis often naturally blurred by mist mixed with smokes coming out from economically booming factories massed behind the Chinese boundary.
© P. Plisson/TheReportage.com     
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