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S-21, THE EVIDENCE OF THE INDESCRIBABLE (14 photos)
The genocidal Khmer is still one of the biggest enigma in modern history. How could such a regime go so far in madness? But it asks mainly those who can go into horror as far as the regime did...
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Cuba, 50 years after the revolution (24 photos)
50 years after the cuban revolution, how is now perceived one of the most acclaimed and criticized system of government ?
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VOODOO AS LAST HOPE (34 photos)
Devastated by the earthquake ravaged by weather and the recent outbreak of cholera, Haiti, the pearl of the Antilles is the land of voodoo. Religious syncretism combining Christian iconography and rituals inherited from the voodoo in Benin, Haitian voodoo is more than ever for the people of this country plagued by ills that continue to build a shelter, a way not to lose hope but also necessary catharsis.
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IRAN / UNESCO : SHADEGAN LAGOON (61 photos)
Shadegan lagoon, located in the town of the same name, is one of the 18 listed lagoons of UNESCO's World Heritage. The lagoon - locally known as “Hoor” tends to be one of the outstanding entertainment and natural attractions of Khuzestan. To understand its significant role in the ecosystem, economics and employment of the province and the town of Shadegan, a brief introduction to Khuzestan is required.
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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.
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