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|KAIROUAN : JEWELS OF ARAB-MUSLIM ART (64 photos)|
The city sprungs up from a fortified camp. Huge ramparts hold the most important Holy city in the Maghreb.
Mosques, zaouias and medersas are dispersed all over narrow streets of the Medina and souks. Ochre stone monuments and white wall houses are sumptuous and in total harmony. Open and close at the same time, this city possesses the greatest jewels of the arabic-muslin art and crafts.
© N. Fauqué/TheReportage.com
|ALL ROADS GO THE LORD (26 photos)|
To get over their loneliness and their numerous problems, American truck drivers have gotten some help. They are not alone. For over 50 years now, they have been able to count on Jesus Christ in person who comes to them via the articulated truck of the “Transport For Christ”, an evangelist movement taking off in the United States.
© F. Raevens/TheReportage.com
|NORTH MADAGASCAR (54 photos)|
The northern region of Madagascar has a lot of particularity compared with the capital, Antananarivo and the plateaux.
Its history and geography made this region unique, influenced by multiple continents.
© L. Le Gac/TheReportage.com
|FOOTBALFAN IN KHAYELITSHA, SOUTH AFRICA (40 photos)|
Erwin, 10, lives in Khayelitsha in Cape Town in South Africa, the 2nd largest township in the country after Soweto.
His passion is the soccer, the next World Cup will take place in his country. The subject that is closest to his heart today is Bafana, the national team, that will face to the greatest.
© P. Wang/TheReportage.com
|THE LAW OF SILENCE STARTING TO WEAKEN (22 photos)|
A few natives women from northwestern Quebec, victim of violence, are starting to talk. Cultural and value loss, poverty, unemployment, breaking in tradition, lost of traditional language, use of drugs and alcohol, are among social issues that are the foundation of violence in native community.
© M. Pauzé/TheReportage.com