Prima di uccidere, la guerra sussurra

Un piccolo pupazzetto giallo è appeso al calcio della pistola ancora dentro la fondina. Una traccia di nero sbiadita dovevano essere gli occhi e...

Congo, war, disability, and our fight against Covid

The story I am telling from the city of Goma is a seemingly distant one—as far away as the Democratic Republic of the Congo...

Lights, shadows and war reporting

Covering a conflict is something to be done on tipotoes, admitting what we do not undersant. A priest reminded me that we, journalists, if...

On the ground in DRCongo. Why now

I should have left for the Democratic Republic of the Congo a year ago. A year that has radically changed our daily life. Nobody...

Degrees of Latitude illustrated

Every month, a new illustration telling something about us, our vision and the world we are tyring to navigate!

It’s time to look beyond our borders

As comfortable as a home can be, it is always a cramped space when we are forced to spend days, weeks in it. The...

Refugee journalists, the challenge of reporting from exile

Abdulwahab Tahhan is a journalist and a refugee. From his exile in London, he documents the war that is devastating his homeland of Syria,...